• Packaging Material Handler

    Job Functional Area
    Packaging
    Shift
    2nd
  • Overview

         IVC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V.   International Vitamin Corporation (IVC) is a leading global manufacturer of vitamins and nutritional supplements with more than half a century of private label and contract manufacturing experience, an impeccable quality and regulatory compliance record, and with new resources focused on enriching the health and lives of others.

               We currently have an opening for a Packaging Material Handler in our Greenville, South Carolina facility for 2nd shift.

               Perform manual duties to ensure packaging lines runs efficiently. Candidate will be working in a FDA controlled environment.

    Responsibilities

    • Handle all bulk and bottles on line
    • Assist on packaging line as needed
    • Operate pallet jack to transport material
    • Ensure that all required steps on batch record are carried out; lot changes, returns, etc.
    • Review and reconcile necessary paperwork
    • Ability to pack off product onto pallets
    • Ensure material handling area is clean and equipment is cleaned properly in accordance with GMPs and SOPs
    • Engage in the use of Lean Sigma Tools; i.e. FMEA, DMAIC, 7 Wastes, Etc.
    • Actively participate as a team member within the packaging department

    Qualifications

    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Ability to speak, write and comprehend simple instructions in English
    • Good math skills; including fractions, decimals, etc.
    • Good problem solving skills
    • Ability to perform manual tasks (including heavy lifting, operate pallet jacks)
    • Ability to work well with others in a team environment
    • Self directed
    • History of dependability and responsibility
    • Good attendance; must be flexible to assist with workloads without notice of planned/unplanned absences
    • Overtime required when needed (including weekends)

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