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Technical Program Manager - Quantum Computing, Amazon Braket

Job ID: 2093600 | Amazon Dev Center U.S., Inc.


Job summary
Amazon Braket is an AWS service and team of engineers and scientists working to make it easy for customer to explore quantum computing.

We are looking for a Technical Program Manager to help grow one of AWS’s newest and most forward looking services. You will drive programs and solutions that help customers experiment with quantum technologies, develop new skills, discover potential applications, and plan for the future. You must enjoy working on complex and ambiguous problems, you will enjoy working with engineers and scientists, and thrive in a fast-paced and uncertain market. You are familiar with software development best practices, building and managing scalable systems, and delivering a user experience that customers will love.

Responsibilities include managing programs that span multiple engineering and applied science teams and other AWS services. You will drive integration activities with our external quantum hardware partners, defining and delivering against operational and security requirements. You will be a force multiplier, contributing to the strategic and tactical planning of the organization, setting goals and helping to prioritize resources.

Work/Life Balance
At the Amazon Braket, we understand that developing quantum computing technology is a marathon, not a sprint. Mental and physical wellness is encouraged within our team and throughout AWS. The work/life integration within Amazon encourages a culture where employees work hard and have ownership over their downtime. We work hard to establish informal and structured wellness elements that can be done virtually.

Mentorship and Career Growth
We are committed to the growth and development of every member of the Amazon Braket team. You will receive career-growth-minded management and mentorship from a software and science team and also have the opportunity to participate in Amazon's mentorship programs.

Inclusive and Diverse Culture
Amazon Braket is intentional about attracting, developing, and retaining amazing talent from diverse backgrounds to build a world class team. We’re looking for a new teammate who is enthusiastic, empathetic, curious, motivated, reliable, and able to work effectively with their peers. With quantum computing being a new and growing initiative within AWS, you would have an opportunity to make an impact on our inclusive team culture.


  • BS or MS degree in a technical discipline or equivalent experience in an IT-related field.
  • 5+ years of project/technical program management experience and knowledge of program management tools or methodologies


  • Experience managing efforts in server-less architectures, large-scale distributed systems and/or complex enterprise-scale systems
  • Exposure to Quantum Computing and/or High Performance Computing
  • Experience with IT security technologies and processes, including security audits
  • Experience delivering products comprised of hardware or firmware in addition to software components
  • Experience in project/ technical program management with a proven ability to work effectively with all organizational levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to managed project/task prioritization, procurement, project planning and schedule development.
  • Proven success of influencing and developing productive working relationships with resources and internal or external customers.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse, talented team

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