The Quantum Computing Report (QCR), established in 2015, is the leading and most authoritative web site devoted to the quantum computing industry.  Articles posted in the QCR have been referenced or quoted in major national and international media outlets including the Washington Post, CNBC, Forbes, Scientific American, The Economist, Nature Magazine, The Guardian, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Gizmodo, and many others.  We have the highest quality reader base which includes quantum computing industry executives, venture capitalists, government policy analysts, U.S. Congressional staffers, enterprise end users, and researchers from academic, commercial, and non-profit organizations. The QCR is viewed by thousands of these users in over 115 countries worldwide.

The Quantum Computing Report is now looking for a Social Media Coordinator who can help us to expand our footprint in social media and attract additional readers to our web site.  The Social Media Coordinator will have the following duties:

  • Create QCR accounts at LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook
  • Build up as large a follower base for these accounts as possible
  • Post notices whenever a new article is published on the QCR to invite readers to read them
  • In coordination with the Managing Editor, make or respond to comments in these social media outlets that pertain to the QCR.

The ideal candidate will be someone who has an interest in quantum computing and is also highly experienced in utilizing social media.  The successful candidate will have personal accounts of their own and utilizes social media on a frequent basis. The candidate will know how to leverage hashtags and other tools to be able to promote our message as widely as possible and also to measure the results. Our expectation is that this will require 2-3 hours of work per week and we will pay a monthly stipend for this activity.

For those interested in finding out more about this opportunity you can contact our Managing Editor, Doug Finke, at