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Discover quantum career and study pathways

Be prepared to make your mark and get a head start in a competitive job market. 

Did you know Australia's quantum industry is forecast to generate around 8,700 jobs by 2030 and more than double to 19,400 jobs by 2045?  

At the free Quantum Australia Careers Fair you’ll hear about the many rewarding careers in quantum technology already on offer. From quantum architect, engineer to product manager, there are numerous potential roles suiting a variety of skills and interests. 

Meet with government and industry employers to learn about job and internship opportunities, what they’re looking for and how to make an impression.   

And find out more on study pathways, training and upskilling opportunities available in quantum science and emerging technologies.

Who should attend?

This event is for anyone looking for a career or looking to develop new skills in an exciting and emerging technology field including early-career researchers, career advisors, undergraduate, post-graduate and PhD students. 

When: The Careers Fair will be held on Day 1 (20 February) of Quantum Australia from 9:00am AEDT (in-person) to 11:30am with Morning Tea provided. 
Where: In-person only at Royal Randwick (see here for details) 
Cost: The Careers Fair is FREE for students and educators. Please note charges will apply if you wish to attend the full conference program starting from 12pm on the 20 February.  

Join us for a 1-hour panel discussion with experts and employers on what it takes to succeed in quantum technology. 

The panellists who will be joining us include: 

  • Andrew Doherty, Professor, University of Sydney and former CTO at PsiQuantum, a quantum computing company
  • Giuseppina Dall’Armi-Stoks, Research Leader at Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG)
  • Amanda Seedhouse, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Sydney-based quantum computing startup, Diraq
  • Byron Villis, Quantum Measurement Engineer at Archer Materials
  • Chris Vale - Director, Quantum Future Science Platform, CSIRO Manufacturing

The careers fair will follow the panel session and feature potential employers, training and research organisations working across quantum science and technology within Australia and overseas.

Careers Fair Exhibitors



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