Material Handlers Salaries in North Carolina


Job Postings

USD 36,897 /yr

Average Base Pay

Low Average High

Average annual salary:

USD 34,310

Lower end of salary range

USD 37,778

Average of salary range

USD 40,310

Higher end of salary range

Cities in North Carolina with the Most Jobs for Material Handlers

Here are the top 6 cities in North Carolina with the most jobs for Material Handlers and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 1,583 jobs postings for Material Handlers in cities across North Carolina.

Latest Material Handlers Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Material Handlers in North Carolina.

Job Title Company Salary
2nd Shift Warehouse Material Handler I- Skid Builder- Charlotte, NC PHOENIX METALS USD 39,520
Material Handler SYNCOT PLASTICS USD 33,280
2nd Shift Automated Warehouse Material Handler CocaCola Consolidated, Inc. USD 36,296
Material Handler Mittera Group Inc USD 33,000
Material Handler 1 INFOSOFT USD 41,600
Material Handler/Delivery Driver Eastern Industrial Supplies, Inc. USD 37,440
Material Handler I Advance Resources USD 37,440
US - Material Handler - Level 1 - Lifting 30lbs+, machine operation PDS USD 34,320
Material Handler WorkForce Unlimited USD 29,120
Warehouse Material Handler Ryder System USD 35,000

Companies With Most Job Postings in North Carolina For Material Handlers

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Material Handlers job postings in North Carolina:


Here are some frequently asked questions related to Material Handlers job postings and salaries in North Carolina:

Q What does a Material Handler do in North Carolina?
A A Material Handler in North Carolina is responsible for the movement of products and materials in a warehouse or manufacturing facility. They typically load and unload goods from trucks, move materials to and from storage areas, operate handling equipment such as forklifts, and may perform inventory control duties.
Q What are the typical work hours for a Material Handler job in North Carolina?
A Typical work hours for a Material Handler in North Carolina vary by employer and industry. However, they often include shift work, which can encompass day, evening, night, or weekend shifts to ensure round-the-clock operations in some facilities.
Q How much can I expect to earn as a Material Handler in North Carolina?
A The salary for a Material Handler in North Carolina varies depending on experience, qualifications, the industry, and the specific employer. Generally, the pay is competitive with other entry-level positions in the logistics and manufacturing sectors.
Q What qualifications are needed to become a Material Handler in North Carolina?
A Qualifications for a Material Handler position in North Carolina typically include a high school diploma or GED, the ability to perform physical work, and sometimes the possession of a forklift certification. Employers may also prefer candidates with some warehouse or logistics experience.

List of Job Postings for Material Handlers in North Carolina

Explore our extensive list of Material Handlers job postings in North Carolina. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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