QNLP Product Evangelist

Location Oxford

Job Opening

Cambridge Quantum is seeking an Evangelist for Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP), and Compositional Intelligence (CI) program more broadly, to work with the Oxford-based QNLP team. In this role, you will be actively engaging with the quantum community and clients to promote Cambridge Quantum’s QNLP & CI research, products and offerings.

We aim to break barriers and create a technological revolution that will create palpable change in the world and the everyday lives we lead. We are looking to grow our culture with passionate collaborators and talented minds who are just as enthusiastic about applying their knowledge and skills to do more and do good with quantum computing.

Please reach out to Cambridge Quantum’s human resources group using the contact information enclosed below and register your interest with our careers team. Should you have any questions, comments or enquiries, or if you’d like to request any disability accommodation you might require during the application or recruiting process, please contact us.

 

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Email: careers@cambridgequantum.com

Job Description
  • Participating and leading in delivering multiple scientific projects.
  • Acting as project manager and client point of contact, for integrated projects.
    Developing and implementing effective and efficient tools for the tracking and management of project tasks, activities and milestones.
  • Defining statements of work that include project scope, resource requirements, goals and deliverables by working closely with Clients and the relevant operational and scientific teams.
  • Attending, leading and providing input to teleconferences and face-to-face
    client meetings.
  • Leading project meetings and workshops, ensuring that clear, concise agendas are set and followed, with actions recorded and followed up.
  • Capturing, tracking and monitoring milestones from project plans, communicating movements of these milestones to the relevant audience(s).
  • Planning, controlling and executing projects including risk management, change control processes and documentation.
  • Working with other project managers to define tools, processes and methodologies to be used.
  • Organising and gathering information from across the business, giving recommendations to the scientific team.