Maintenance Supervisor - Equipment Supervisor over the Photo/Etch/Thinning

Greater KC Area


Not too long ago CNN/Money and Money magazine ranked this location/town 44th on its list of the 100 Best Cities to reside in the United States.

The ranking improved to 27th more recently as well


Benefits - Full, begin the first day

Relocation Assistance Available - Yes

Bonus Eligible - Yes

Interview Travel Paid – Yes



Equipment supervisor with experience in etch AND (Photolithography OR Photo-lithography OR "Photo lithography" OR Photo OR litho OR lithography) and thinning



1.Evaluate standard critical performance indicators, availability, MTBF, MTTR

2.Supervise hourly technicians; performance management, scheduling and payroll

3.Manage and reduce costs in spare parts and consumables

4.Manage continuous improvement to improve wafer and die yield

5.Document, schedule and follow up on preventative and predictive maintenance

6.Interview and provide recommendation on technical resources

7.Establish shift scheduling for direct reports





•General working knowledge in multiple areas; mechanical, electrical, pipe-fitting, construction, calibration, preventative maintenance, spare parts

•Preferred: Good working knowledge in all areas listed above



•10 years as a Maintenance Technician or similar experience

•Preferred:  Supervisory experience



•Interact well with a variety of employees and managers

•Leadership capabilities

•Detail oriented in electrical and mechanical work and documentation

•Positive attitude, strong work ethic, record of excellent attendance



•Associates Degree


Physical Environment:

•Work in the area of and with hazardous substances and may be required to select, inspect and wear appropriate PPE while working in the area of or with these hazardous substances.  The employee must be able to pass a pulmonary function test prior to employment.

•May work with and around powered equipment and industrial machinery and will be responsible for complying with all environmental, health, and safety procedures, applicable federal, state, and local regulations and standard operating procedures