In this paper, we report a thin-film encapsulation technology for wafer-level micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) variable capacitor package. The electrical characteristics of MEMS are adversely affected by moisture. In order to prevent moisture from permeating into a package, the top surface was protected with a plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PE-CVD) SiN layer. The developed packages become a hybrid thin-film hermetic encapsulation consisting of an internal shell using PE-CVD SiO, a seal layer coating with resin, and an external protective layer formed by PE-CVD SiN. The process is fully compatible with standard low-cost back-end-of-the-line (BEOL) technologies for LSIs as a wafer-level package (WLP). This hybrid structure was very effective for protecting the MEMS device from external moisture. Moreover, the electrode surface area has to be wide, because a wide range of capacities is necessary in MEMS variable capacitors. We have developed a large (1480 × 1080 μm) hermetic thin-film encapsulation as WLP.