Our employees are our greatest assets, so we encourage career growth and promotion from within. We are looking for energetic, intelligent people who love a changing work environment and enjoy overcoming challenges. HANA not only believes in investing in its employees, but also in giving back to the community. We participate in local recycling programs and local charity events and is a member of the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce.

Throughout the year, HANA provides activities and events for all employees to relax and have fun. Some of the events offered throughout the year include: Sprit Day, Summer Picnic, Hana Anniversary Party, Fat Tuesday Chili Cook Off, Almost Cinco de Mayo Celebration, Halloween Party, Patriots Day Picnic, Cleveland Indians Family Night Out, and the annual HANA Holiday Celebration. We also acknowledge and reward staff for milestone work anniversaries and attendance excellence. Popcorn Thursdays are also events employees look forward to each week!


To grow HANA Technologies through innovative approaches that continuously improve our processes and the value we provide for our customers. To create an internal atmosphere that empowers our staff and positions them to succeed, while providing them with an equitable work-life experience. To maintain high ethical standards and continue our commitment to social, economic, and environmental growth to better the communities in which we live and work.  

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Hana Technologies, Inc. (HTI), located in Twinsburg, Ohio, is a corporation that specializes in manufacturing services for small products that require semiconductor packaging, microelectronics assemblies, liquid crystal technology, and many combinations and variations thereof.  HTI also has high-volume lines producing Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) devices.  We seek professional and skilled workers (engineers, equipment operators, technicians, etc.) to support our around-the-clock production needs. Open positions will be posted on our website for qualified candidates to apply for employment consideration.


* To apply please fill out the application form at the bottom of this page or submit the Application for Employment form at the end of the Job Description.

Equipment Technician

Job Description

Position Title: Equipment Technician

Last Revised: May 2021

Department: Operations/Non-Exempt Supervisor’s

Title: Engineering Manager



Support manufacturing operations by installing, maintaining, & repairing equipment. Key player in equipment uptime, quality & run rate.



  • High school diploma or equivalent vocational training.

  • Associate degree in technical discipline preferred

  • 2 years of experience in equipment setup, electronics assembly, semiconductor, LCD technology or related field.

  • Solid understanding of electrical and mechanical systems operation and repair.


  • Assist with equipment installations, startup, & qualifications

  • Perform preventive maintenance & calibrations on equipment.

  • Troubleshoot electrical & mechanical equipment & material problems

  • Assist engineering with process developments

  • Collect & report data on process, product, or machine performance

  • Monitor equipment uptime, report & propose solutions to equipment issues

  • Run production equipment & train operators as needed

  • Review new or old documentation for accuracy and/or compliance

  • Other duties as assigned.



  • Ability to solve complex technical problems

  • Proficient computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Access, Outlook)

  • High mechanical aptitude with the use of basic hand tools

  • Ability to read and understand, electrical schematics, equipment manuals & mechanical drawings

  • Use of measurement devices – i.e. calipers, force gauges, DMMs, microscopes, etc.

  • Ability to work in cleanrooms * Strong communication skills with supervisors, operators, & peers


Job Description

Position Title: Operator

Last Revised: 4/22/2021

Department/FLSA Status: Operations/Non-Exempt

Supervisor’s Title: Production Supervisor



Operators perform manufacturing processes in the following areas: front & back-end display production, RFID inlay/tag production & testing, and camera assembly & testing. Initially operators are assigned to one area and after learning required specifications will be cross trained in as many areas as possible to meet production schedule demands.



HS Diploma or equivalent

• Ability to follow detailed instructions & adhere to ESD, cleanroom gowning, & safety protocols



Duties for each area include and are not limited to: Micro-Display:


  • PI coating: Clean all products, coating, & align silicon wafers

  • Assembly: Assemble glass wafers to silicon wafers

  • Saw: Saw wafers into cell form

  • Fill: Fill displays with liquid crystal

  • Test: Testing all products through various methods

  • Inspection: Inspect products to ensure customer specs are met

  • Packaging: Cell attach & wire bond products to customer flex or board RFID

  • RFID Inlay Assembly: Operation, set-up, & routine preventative maintenance of automated, roll-to-roll manufacturing line

  • RFID Conversion Dry to Wet: Operation, set up & routine preventive maintenance of automated roll to roll manufacturing line

  • RFID Testing: Variety of performance & characterization testing of RFID inlays & labels

  • RFID 4.0 Tags: Operation, set-up, & routine preventive maintenance of equipment including spring assembly, measuring, auto-tester, & seed preparation

  • RFID 3.5 Tags: Operation, set-up, & routine preventive maintenance of equipment including various manual equipment & testing equipment LCD assembly

  • Camera Assembly: Operation & set-up of assembly equipment

  • Camera Testing: Performance & characterization testing of cameras

  • LCD Backlight Assembly: Assembly of parts manually & with use of fixtures

  • Solder: Assembly of components onto PCBs, hand soldering, & inspection

  • Surface Mount (SMT): Placement of components onto PCBs using solder printing & placement equipment, solder reflow in oven, & inspection All Areas: Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Prior cleanroom experience preferred

  • Capable of frequent Microscope utilization

Manufacturing Engineer

Job Description

Position Title: Manufacturing Engineer

Department/FLSA Status: Operations

Supervisor’s Title: Engineering Manager



The Manufacturing engineer will develop, implement and/or improve processes in a fast paced, high technology, electronics assembly environment and provide manufacturing capability to meet or exceed product quality, quantity, and cost requirements.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • B.S. or B.A. degree in Engineering discipline (preferably Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering)

  • One (1) year of experience in a manufacturing assembly environment


Essential Job Functions:

  • Review new product designs for manufacturability

  • Evaluate, purchase, install & qualify new production equipment

  • Work with customers and/or vendors on process transfers

  • Program automated equipment (SMT, Ovens, FlipChip, Dispense systems, etc.)

  • Propose changes for cost savings, yield, & productivity improvements • Research latest technologies in relation to capability improvements

  • Train manufacturing personnel on assembly procedures

  • Provide technical support to sales & marketing teams for change requests


Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

  • Demonstrated understanding of basic engineering fundamentals

  • Proven problem solver with high attention to detail

  • Strong oral & written communication skills

  • Familiarity with machine vision systems & robotics

  • Experience with basic quality tools

  • Proficient in CAD systems (AutoCAD or SolidWorks)

  • Proficient PC skills, MS Word, Excel & Access

  • Ability to work in a Cleanroom, Class 100-10,000