• Warehouse Shipper/receiver

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  • Overview


    IVC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V - EOE. 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 Warehouse Truck Loader/Shipper, 2nd  shift  2:30pm - 10:30pm in our Greenville, South Carolina facility.

    Reports to the Warehouse/DC Supervisor, completing all warehouse functions.


    • Oracle Data Entry of inbound receipts and outbound shipments
    • Investigate and resolve inventory discrepancies (sometimes requires forklift driving duties)
    • Cycle counting and related Oracle adjustment transactions
    • Perform bin moves and various other Oracle inventory transactions
    • Perform verification check for materials issued to production orders
    • Backfill other warehouse duties as needed
    • Train new associates when necessary
    • Operate powered industrial equipment when needed (forklift, pallet jack)
    • Maintain work area in a clean, well organized condition


    • High school diploma or GED
    • Basic computer - navigation skills
    • Good communication and organizational skills (both written and verbal)
    • Good math skills
    • Legible handwriting
    • Good problem solving and reasoning skills
    • Ability to perform some heavy lifting
    • Actively participate as a team member
    • Forklift/Order Picker driving experience
    • Good attendance; must be flexible to assist with workloads without notice for planned/unplanned absences
    • Overtime required when needed (including weekends)
    • History of good attendance with a history of dependability and responsibilities
    • Ability to operate material handling equipment


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