LOSS PREVENTION AGENT

Part Time

Location:

2020 Oregon Street

 

Purpose:  

To ensure a safe and secure environment at the store by administering loss prevention programs to guard against theft, vandalism, and violence; to ensure that all customers and company employees are observing safety and loss prevention policies and procedures.

 

Status:

 

Reports to Loss Prevention Manager

Responsibilities:

 

Store Security

  • Conduct surveillance of customers, vendors, and employees to detect theft.

  • Recover the company’s assets as well as make apprehensions as needed.

  • Inspect and monitor the premises, including parking lots, garages, and both interior and exterior of the building to deter theft, vandalism, safety issues, car break-ins, etc.

  • Document daily activity and all incidents as well as write accurate and detailed reports for apprehensions and accidents.

  • Assist store personnel at closing: clear sales floor of customers, monitor the doors, inspect employee packages, ensure that no one enters the building after closing, and monitor premises for suspicious activity.

  • Follows all policies and procedures such as the five-step rule, when making an apprehension.

  • Promotes employees awareness of theft and safety issues (ie. attend safety meetings).

  • Conducts accident investigations for customers and employees.

  • Conducts routine bag checks on employees.

  • Conduct new hire orientations.

  • Participate in monthly Safety Committee meetings.

 

Qualification:

  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal.

  • Detail-oriented and good organizational skills.

  • Prior LP experience preferred.

  • Basic math and computer skills required.

  • Ability to make assessments and decisions in stressful situations.

  • Works in a professional demeanor at all times.

  • Prior retail experience preferred.

  • Must have a strong work ethic and be able to work well both independently and as a team in a dynamic setting.

 

Requirements:

  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

  • Ability to stand and/or walk for extended periods of time.

  • High school diploma, GED and or interest in law enforcement.

  • Able to work varying shifts including early mornings, evenings, and weekends.

  • Able to understand written and spoken English.