Nanoramic Laboratories is an innovative, high-tech start-up company tasked with making state-of-the-art advancements in the Energy Storage Sectors. As an organization, we place an emphasis on maintaining a strong company culture that promotes employee engagement, wellness, and development. We have a system of values designed to instill trust in employees and empower all team members to share ideas and opinions. By giving our employees the power to introduce new concepts, we enable our major projects to be built from the ground up, rather than from the top down.

At Nanoramic, continuous learning and education will be an important part of your job. We invest in regular education days and build out customized development roadmaps for every employee. This allows employees to freely collaborate with their managers to build out a custom map tailored to their individual interests. We are a company of smart, talented individuals who work hard, but also understand and respect work/life balance. As part of this mentality we share a common belief that family comes first. Benefits such as flexible scheduling and a company-wide holiday from December 24 to January 1 ensure our employees can put their best foot forward in their personal lives, as well as their professional lives. If you are self-motivated, eager to learn new things, and excited by a good challenge, you will fit into the Nanoramic Team.

If you are self-motivated, eager to learn new things, and excited by a good challenge, you will fit into the Nanoramic Team. For more information about our company culture, visit!

The Senior EDLC Electrode Engineer will support the engineering of the electrode coating processes for EDLC cathodes and anodes This position will lead the process development for coating and formulations through pilot process scale up, including mixing and coating.

Job Responsibilities:

  • EDLC electrode design and manufacturing process development
  • Designing, prototyping and testing EDLC cells including cylindrical cells and pouch cells
  • Develop coating processes for aqueous and solvent based formulations
  • Deploy rheology and particle size analysis to characterize slurries throughout the mixing process.
  • Support electrode coating scale-up from R&D through to pilot manufacturing
  • Prepare project reports and product documentation
  • Identify, procure and implement new equipment to achieve coating process requirements.
  • Lead teams in a systematic approach to resolution using data-driven analysis / decision making.

Job Characteristics:

  • Fast-paced environment with a focus on timely, correct results
  • Great deal of attention devoted to getting results that are timely and accurate
  • Demonstrates expertise in finding creative solutions to problems
  • Highly dependable and precise


  • At least 5-10 years of industrial experience in electrode and process development
  • Depth knowledge of coating technologies.
  • Experience with slurry preparation, roll-to-roll coating, slitting, and calendaring.
  • Analyze electrode performance
  • Experience of laboratory environment with analytical equipment (CV, SEM, TGA, FTIR, DSC, microscope, voltammetry)
  • Experience of scale-up from lab scale to pilot and mass production scale.
  • Experience researching and vetting new manufacturing technologies and manufacturing equipment in a high-volume production environment.
  • B.S. degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Science, or Materials Science
  • M.S. or PhD in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Science, or Materials Science a Plus

We offer a competitive compensation package that is based off candidate experience in combination with a thorough market data analysis. Included in our employment offer is a range of benefits including 401k company match, BCBS health insurance, HSA or FSA benefits, vision insurance, dental insurance, disability and life insurance, and 15 vacation/sick days throughout the year. In addition to regular PTO, our entire organization takes 11 national holidays and a company holiday period from December 24th to January 1st each year.

Nanoramic is currently requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated unless there are religious or medical accommodations that are agreed upon. Please note any new hires will be asked if they are vaccinated, and/or mandated to become vaccinated prior to being offered a position. The company is happy to consider accommodation requests for new hires, as needed.

Nanoramic is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.