Battery Engineer: Develop advanced Li-ion battery electrolyte formulations using state of the art battery laboratory equipment; fabricate and test Li-ion cells using battery cyclers; analyze cell performance data based on battery test results; use statistical tools to analyze experimental data; and perform laboratory tests to support scientific investigations. Write technical reports and research articles; summarize and present data; and research latest technical developments in battery industry. Requirements: Master’s degree in Materials Science or similar field; hands on ability with wet chemistry lab and familiarity with battery cell fabrication techniques; battery testing with Arbin battery testers including writing and modifying schedule files; battery electro-analytical testing techniques EIS, CV and LSV tests. The position also requires demonstrated ability to use materials characterization techniques SEM and XRD to study battery degradation mechanisms. Must also have proven ability to work independently, write technical reports and write research articles.

Mail resume to: James Tantalo, Controller, NOHMs Technologies, Inc., 1200 Ridgeway Ave, Suite 110, Rochester, NY 14615