Freelancing is fine, but I am in perpetual search of a full-time job, with benefits. Yeah, I know. Me and a few million others.
But I come across nanotech-related work in my job search that I am quite underqualified for and that use pretty big scientific words in their descriptions, so I figured maybe NanoBot readers might get a few job leads.
I'll post these from time to time ... whenever I have the time.
The job below, in green energy, seems like a growing field -- although I hope the "energetics" in the company name does not refer to "nanoenergetics," which involves the nasty business of blowing up stuff ... and people.
Energetics seeks a Nanotechnology/Materials Scientist to be located in our Washington, D.C. office.
The selected candidate will assist clients in DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program with a variety of activities required to run an effective technology research and development program. Specifically, the candidate will assist EERE’s Industrial Technologies Program with its R&D programs in nanomanufacturing, materials, and other areas. Responsibilities may include:
Evaluating energy, technology, and market trends. Evaluating technical and economic feasibility, identifying and assessing applications and markets, and projecting future impacts of new technologies. Characterizing technical and market barriers to commercialization and deployment, and evaluating strategies to overcome these barriers. More here