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Current Openings

We’re always looking for talented individuals to join our team. Belt Technologies, manufacturer of industry-leading PureSteel® custom metal belt conveyor solutions, offers rewarding careers with terrific growth potential, competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package: 

  • Employer-assisted health, dental and long-term disability plans
  • Group life, accidental death and short-term disability plans at no cost to employee
  • 11 paid holidays per year
  • 10 days of paid vacation in the first year of employment
  • 5 days of sick time per year
  • 401k plan with 4% company match

 Check out our current openings in Agawam, Massachusetts.

Junior Buyer / Planner


Support Senior Buyer and Shipper/Receiver


  • One to three years of experience in a manufacturing environment.
  • Ability to learn and work with Microsoft Office and Industries ERP software.
  • Ability to perform internet research.
  • Good command of the English language with clear and comprehensible diction.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents and write reports, letters and emails.
  • Ability to work with others and communicate equally well in one-on-one and group settings.


Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Supports the sourcing, development, negotiation and selection of vendors and maintenance of vendor record details.
  • Creates, prepares and places purchase orders while ensuring all purchase requisitions are complete and authorized.
  • Develops and maintains effective relationships with vendors and suppliers.
  • Supports problem resolution with vendor discrepancies.
  • Receives and reviews all incoming invoices, compares with purchase orders and reconciles with receiving records. Forwards all approved invoices to accounting, ensuring proper allocation to general ledger accounts.
  • Collaborates with Senior Buyer and Shipper/Receiver to ensure timely / accurate receiving, maintains inventory and received goods.
  • Monitors and maintains inventory stock levels as established by the Manufacturing and Materials Managers for all manufacturing and packing supplies.
  • Performs other duties as requested by management.

Production Welder


The Production Welder is responsible for setting up, operating and maintaining a production laser welding machine.


  • Minimum of three years of experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Ability to understand and interpret engineering drawings
  • Ability to read and understand standard measuring tools, including micrometers and calipers
  • High degree of hand dexterity for parts fixturing
  • Corrected vision to 20/20 required for part setup and weld inspection
  • Experience with setting up and operating a YAG laser (preferred)


  • Second shift position (3–11:30 pm)
  • Hourly wage compensation, commensurate with experience

Metal Belt Processor


Perform routine tasks in the preparation and setup of metal belts to be welded.

Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Properly cutting belt strip to length per B/P finish welds and sanding the edges of all welded bands (involves the operations of flattening, edge sanding and buffing of surfaces)
  • Performing simple weld tasks as requested
  • Setting up production bands on welding fixtures and aligning for welding, and inspecting all bands for surface feature
  • Polishing, deburring and checking belt preparations or impressions
  • Using appropriate jigs and fixtures, as well as cutting, polishing, deburring, sanding and dimensional equipment
  • Working from detailed specifications and drawings
  • Packaging of finished belts for shipping per approved standards
  • Maintaining logs or records as required; reporting faulty equipment, improper operations and unusual conditions to the appropriate level of supervision
  • Following prescribed standards for safety and housekeeping
  • Performing a variety of other duties as required or directed
  • Having the capacity to lift up to 50 lbs.

Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement Manager


Our Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement Manager plans, organizes and oversees quality-related activities, reporting directly to the President. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ensuring the quality system supports the company’s quality policy, quality objectives and lean manufacturing initiatives, and conforms to the requirements of our ISO registration
  • Directly supervising Quality Control technicians
  • Overseeing the preparation of customer-required FAIRs
  • Consulting with managers of all departments to resolve quality issues and facilitate continuous quality improvement techniques
  • Providing leadership, direction and coaching to implement, evaluate and maintain the effective application of process improvements
  • Leading the resolution of product quality deficiencies (CORDs), and managing the effective implementation of corrective action plans or process improvement initiatives
  • Ensuring the calibration system and document control system are maintained and current
  • Leading the Quality Review Board and quarterly meetings
  • Leading and/or supporting the assessment, development and certification of suppliers
  • Ensuring compliance with all federal and state safety regulations
  • Having the capacity to lift up to 50 lbs.

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