|Title:||Associate or Senior Associate Editor, Quantum Information|
The Associate or Senior Associate Editor will decide on publication of the most exciting and consequential results in the field of quantum information, conducting a thorough and high-quality peer-review process. For that, we seek a talented candidate with broad and extensive research experience in quantum information at the postdoctoral level, and outstanding communication skills. A successful candidate will work together with the editorial teams of two top-notch journals, PRX Quantum and Physical Review Applied, in addition to interacting with their Lead Editors and Editorial Boards. The Associate or Senior Associate Editor, will also be responsible for engaging and building connections with researchers from this highly multidisciplinary research community.
APS has a “remote first” concept that promotes equal treatment and equal access within the United States, independent of physical work location, with a majority of staff working primarily from remote work locations. APS values diversity and welcomes candidates from a variety of backgrounds. APS offers a dynamic work environment with an outstanding total compensation package, including salary, outstanding benefits, and excellent paid time off.
Travel: The position requires some business travel to attend conferences and events, and to interact with researchers at their institutions and universities.
Our Editorial Offices are located on Long Island. We are operational in most US states. The Editorial Department allows flexible work hours; responsiveness is required, however, during the core 9 am to 5pm Eastern Standard Time workday. The successful candidate will join a collaborative international team of editors across the Physical Review journals.
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