Semiconductor Equipment Technician or Engineer (Multiple Openings)
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


DIM (Diffusion, Implant, Metals) 


Key Words - Implant E500, NV10, XPI80 (for one of the openings)

Key Words - Metals Varian 3290's and 3280's and 3180's and 3190's (for one opening)

ALSO, Diffusion OR Implant OR Metals OR Varian OR E500 OR NV10 OR “nickel vanadium” OR XP180 OR 3290 OR 3280


WLP (Wafer Level Packaging) 

Key Words – bump, Pacline 300 A50 is the specific name of the plater that we need specific experience on. Experience in Epi is considered a plus but is not a requirement.


PETP (Photo, Etch, Thinning, Probe) 

Key Words - MPA, Semitool Ozone, Disco DFG 8540, Applied Materials P5000, Canon i3/i4 Stepper, Electroglas Probers (these are key words for both positions)

 •Hands-on experience with semiconductor wafer processing equipment and materials, highly preferred, including; SVG coater and developer tracks, Canon MPA, Canon i3 and i4 steppers, Karl Suss, Semitool Sirius Ozone Stripper, Semitool SAT, Lam and P5000 Dry Etcher, Disco Polisher, Advantek Laminator, Lintec Delaminator, and Wet Etch processing.

•In depth understanding of Optics and/or chemical process specific to lithography and etch.



Always needed, Diffusion, Implant, Electronics, Varian, AMAT, CVD, Thin Films, Metal Deposition, RTA, Centura, Novellus, Concept One, Bruce Furnace, TEL, SVG, Thermco, Endura, 3180, 3190, 3280, 3290, steppers


Then again the above with the following below in the overall job description


Performing complex electrical maintenance on semiconductor manufacturing equipment, including EPI or WLP;

Troubleshooting a variety of tools for electrical, mechanical or vacuum issues;

Communicating and coordinating with others to ensure production requirements are met;

Learning and following all safety policies and chemical handling guidelines;

Updating schematics, installing retrofits and upgrades as part of the team.


One or more years of experience in electronic equipment maintenance, specifically EPI and/or WLP (wafer level packaging);

Experience performing preventative and corrective maintenance on “platers”;

Experience in electronics, and/or AMAT, CVD, RTA, Endura, SVG, diffusion, thin films, Metal Deposition, Novellus, Thermco, etc.;

Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds;

Strong attention to detail, good work ethic, and communication skills;

Willing to work some weekend/night shifts.