I am, of course, extremely underqualified for the nanotech jobs I come across in my own quest for work. Below are a couple of job listings from a company called Nantero. They're working on carbon nanotube based memory devices.
I wrote about Nantero and its technology here, which then set off a spirited debate over the merits of both the company and its methods.
Anyway, things can't be going too poorly if they're hiring in this economy. Here are the listings.
Senior Coat Engineer
Under general supervision, develop coat and characterization methods (including defects and defectivity), assess film quality, work with end customers to meet the stated quality requirements and lead a team of engineers in the processing of silicon wafers in the clean room. More here
Senior Characterization Scientist
Scientist with 3-5 years experience with analytical chemistry, developing analytical methods, QC methods, validation tests for chemical products, such as colloidal systems and/or liquid carbon formulations, slurries or colloids,... More here