|Title:||Director of Loss Prevention/Field Audit -North Zone|
To lead of team of Loss Prevention and Field Audit Professionals to implement the Corporate Loss Prevention & Audit Programs within the North Zone market to achieve the organizational goals and objectives.
• Lead, develop and grow a team of Regional Loss Prevention Managers and Field Audit Associates.
• Partner with critical Field and Corporate leadership to ensure the organization is meeting established standards and program requirements.
• Accurately forecast and meet annual budget requirements including team budget, retail store security spend and security capital budgets.
• Interface with field operations staff and personnel to insure compliance to LP/FA programs, goals and objectives designed to safeguard associates, customers and company assets.
•Provide support to Corporate and Field staffs to successfully investigate, resolve, recover losses and prevent reoccurrence of internal and external loss prevention issues.
• Provide Zone, District and Store orientations and training sessions to all company associates on available methods to prevent losses of company assets and to enhance the safety and security of customers and associates.
• To reduce inventory shrink and cash losses within assigned Zone and Districts.
• To coordinate safety and security programs for company associates and facilities.
• Provide emergency response and follow-up actions on threats and workplace violence incidents.
• Conducts risk assessments on business locations and effectively administer all Loss Prevention Programs and physical security system installations within the assigned Zone and Districts.
• Responsible for establishing and maintaining working relationships with Local, State, and Federal Law Enforcement/Prosecuting agencies
• Provide security detail for special events throughout the year
• Prefer 10+ years of retail loss prevention experience and 5+ years of multi-unit experience, Corporate office experience preferred.
• College degree required, Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and/or Certified Forensics Interviewer (CFI) certification preferred.
• Proven ability to effectively lead a large, geographically diverse team
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• Strong investigative skills, investigative process and procedures skills, knowledge of progressive retail loss prevention programs and methodologies, knowledge of criminal and civil laws and respective court proceedings, knowledge of E.E.O.C. law and possess the ability to make decisions and initiate action on behalf of the company and yourself.
• Must have skills in Microsoft Excel and Word.
• Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes experience a plus.
• Experience in exception based reporting systems also a plus.
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