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Warehouse Operator

International Flavors & Fragrances

International Flavors & Fragrances

Pryor, OK, USA
Posted on Wednesday, November 15, 2023

Job Description

Warehouse Operator - Pryor, OK 


Shift: 8 hours shift with mandatory and voluntary overtime.  Shift work, as well as weekends, holidays are required.  

Here, we boldly bring together science and creativity to create what the world needs. An industry leader in food, beverage, health, biosciences, and sensorial experiences, we create essential solutions – from global icons to unexpected innovations and experiences. Equal parts outspoken and analytical, our international collective of thinkers working with customers to bring scents, tastes, experiences, ingredients, and solutions for products people crave. With more than 110 manufacturing facilities, 100 R&D centers, and 33,000 customers across the world, we’re poised to make a difference on an unprecedented scale. Without our boundary-pushing passion and end-to-end expertise, the future wouldn’t be the same.


We are seeking Warehouse Operator to join our Pryor, OK team!  If you are a dependable and hard-working individual who has a great attendance record, then this is the role for you! 


Typical duties of the job include, but are not limited to:


  • Communicate clearly in English both verbally and written
  • Wear appropriate required safety gear
  • Attend shifts as assigned regularly and reliably
  • Work overtime as scheduled or directed
  • Operate computers to access/utilize company e-mail, procedures and to inspect equipment
  • Demonstrate awareness of/compliance with all pertinent safety policies and procedures
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment to maintain food grade status.
  • Operate powered industrial truck in a safe manner to move product
  • Operating and locking out equipment (i.e. automatic and semi-automatic stretchwrapper and inverter)
  • Participate in work related training programs including qualification assessments and adhere to Company Core Values 
  • Report pertinent information to appropriate company personnel 
  • Prepare products for shipment
  • Validate accuracy and maintain records on incoming and outgoing shipments 
  • Prep and repair conveyances for loading and unloading
  • Hand stacking of product onto pallets to maximize total container cubic footage.
  • Preparing orders per work instructions, which may mean special labeling (by hand), wrapping, repalletization and protection of the product.
  • Determine routing and legal load limits of trucks based on state guidelines
  • Inspect physical condition of product, warehouse and equipment 
  • Carry out shipping priorities determined by shipping notices, bills of loading, invoices, orders and other records
  • Carry out work assignments and shipping methods required to meet shipping and receiving schedules 
  • Direct movement of shipments from shipping and receiving platform to storage and work areas
  • Loading and unloading conveyances utilizing fork trucks and by human hand.
  • Inspecting incoming materials for completeness and quality
  • Picking product from storage areas and placing it in load staging utilizing Turret and ForkLifts.
  • Properly posting of inventory data into SAP and other inventory data base systems and properly recording this information onto Solae’s documentation forms. 
  • Work as part of an empowered Logistical team striving to exceed customer expectations by utilizing their efforts and the efforts of their team members and Solae resources to their fullest
  • Perform job duties in a manner that follow food safety and quality guidelines including but not limited to HACCP, GMPs, QA Policies, Sanitation, and Pest Control. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Requirements



  • High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent 
  • Ability to drive forklifts and lift 50 lbs above head continuous for up to eight hours per day.
  • Skill in counting and recording inventory into manual and electronic data bases



  • Certification in Forklift driving
  • Warehouse Experience
  • Knowledge of products and General Maintenance Practice’s for storage of food grade inventories 


While we are interested in all qualified candidates with the potential to work in the United States, we are not able to sponsor visas. Additionally, to qualify for this position, you must be proficient in English, including reading, writing, and verbal communication.


At IFF, we believe that your uniqueness unleashes our potential. We value the diverse mosaic of ethnicity, national origin, race, age, sex, or veteran status. We strive for an inclusive workplace that allows each of our colleagues to bring their authentic self to work regardless of their religion, gender identity & expression, sexual orientation, or disability. Visit to learn more…