We are always looking for great people

The strength of WCCO Belting comes from a long-term perspective, stable leadership, and a solid identity drawn from traditions and values that are deeply rooted in the history of the Shorma family business. Chosen multiple times as one of the areas’ best places to work, our open culture is dedicated to employee engagement and empowerment.


Manufacturing Process Engineer

Production Team General Laborers

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The WCCO Training Program includes 60+ classes for continuing education of our products and processes. Our goal is to help employees unlock their potential, realize their gifts, and apply and develop their talent to achieve a meaningful career. We believe that some of the best ideas come from the bottom up – meaning the employees on the production floor and those closest to the issues faced by our customers. To give everyone the opportunity to make an impact while making an income, WCCO launched a Process Improvement Program. Since then, over half of all employee suggestions that have been submitted have moved forward to implementation, the majority coming directly from the operations team.


We offer a great benefits package with 401K retirement plan funding and an employee profit sharing program. WCCO promotes wellness by offering a local gym membership and sponsoring employee sports teams (softball, volleyball, golf, and trap). With an understanding that families of all shapes and sizes prosper with a steady routine, WCCO production employees have eight-hour non-rotating shifts. To learn more about what WCCO can offer you as an employer, feel free to contact us through our website, email careers@wccobelt.com, or stop by our office at 1998 9th Street North in Wahpeton.


Join a company that values passion, determination, perseverance, commitment, loyalty, honesty, and responsiveness. Join a group of employees who watch out for one another, care for one another, and go above and beyond the call of duty for another. Call us today to learn more!

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The individual is to maintain constant surveillance over all production manufacturing processes for the purpose of making improvements that will reduce cost, improve quality, throughput and safety of the Operations workforce.  The individual is responsible for the design and fabrication of all production machinery and tooling necessary to improve and streamline manufacturing operations.

  • Reviews manufacturing operations and maintains a current project schedule which reflects current machine design and improvement requirements;

  • Improving operations, incorporating new methods and processes; Formulates and recommends manufacturing processes and procedures, layout, and material handling methods;

  • Designs and coordinates the manufacture and shakedown of all production machines and machine elements for all process requirements for which satisfactory purchased equipment is not available. Oversees outside contractor job performance.

  • Provides engineering advice, compiles data and determines probable costs for process improvement projects; Applies statistical methods to estimate future manufacturing requirements, capacity potential and problem-solving’

  • Reviews new designs during the development phase and prior to the issuance of production drawings. Recommends modifications where advisable to minimize cost and conform to production capabilities and limitations.

  • Determines methods for manufacture during design of new products. Recommends design modifications to permit manufacture by the most favorable method;

  • Accumulates information and prepares feasibility studies to justify the purchase of building all equipment required for new manufacturing methods;

  • Provides engineering service to the production, engineering, facilities and maintenance departments;

  • Keeps Supervisor informed of important developments, potential problems and related information necessary for effective process management.  Coordinates/communicates plans and activities with others, as appropriate, to ensure a coordinated work effort and “team” approach.

  • B.S. Degree in relevant engineering field required.

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with a wide variety of company personnel and others at all levels.

  • Works safely and keeps work area clear of potential hazards, knows and understands company EHS policies.

  • Knowledge of operating methods and procedures as they relate to their department.

  • Demonstrated ability to perform assigned job functions in a manner which will consistently meet supervisor expectations.

  • Deals effectively and cooperatively with established policies and procedures.  Interfaces and cooperates with first line supervision effectively.

  • Analytical thinking to introduce new innovations to production processes.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to careers@wccobelt.com, or visit our contact us page to learn more.










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Our dedicated team and friendly culture consistently rank WCCO as one of the best places to work in the area, and we are always looking for great people