Warehouseman II – Bensenville, Illinois

National Sugar Marketing LLC is seeking a 2nd shift warehouse forklift operator to load and unload railcars and trucks of bagged sugar to maintain an inventory of products to meet the needs of various customers. 

More specifically, the successful candidate will unload boxcars and trucks of bagged sugar and store in the warehouse for delivery into the market; clean, inspect, and prepare bulk railcars and trucks for the loading of sugar; and receive bulk railcars and prepare for transfer of sugar to bulk trucks to be shipped to various customers. This position insures that all railcars and trucks are properly weighed, sealed, and that all paperwork is accurately filled out and given to the clerk for keying into the system.

National Sugar Marketing LLC is built on innovation and is a proud leader in the sugar industry, and that can only happen with the best people. Qualified candidates need to be dynamic and have the ability to work successfully in a fluid environment.


Inventory Control Specialist Atlanta, Georgia

National Sugar Marketing LLC is seeking an Inventory Control Analyst in Atlanta, GA. This position is accountable for the adequate supply of products for and the accuracy of data used to support inventory positioned at external facilities within the NSM supply chain network. The role conducts daily inventory analysis and works closely with external distribution partners to resolve supply, service or rotational discrepancies. The incumbent provides tactical support for the enterprise movement plan and works collaboratively with Accounting on the integrity and maintenance of inventory transactions for monthly reporting purposes.

The Inventory Control Analyst is responsible to forecast, order and manage the flow of inventory to external distribution facilities for an assigned group of locations or products, as well as develop and maintain a strong working relationship and open lines of communication with external distribution sites. This position will compare and reconcile internal book balances to third party physical inventory reports, as well as research and document inventory discrepancies on a timely basis. They will also monitor movements to and from external warehouses for on time delivery, confirmed shipment, cost effectiveness and market variations.