The Director of Loss Prevention will lead the field organization in the protection of assets and the reduction of financial loss, achieving industry leading results, while maintaining industry leading rates of expense.
Direct the shortage control efforts of the regional loss prevention management team to achieve industry leading inventory results
Influence Regional Directors, District Managers, and store management teams in the successful implementation of programs and procedures to meet loss prevention business objectives
Direct the execution of Loss Prevention technical services to include; general loss consultation, auditing, training, and theft investigations concerning matters related to associate and customer theft, physical security, safety, and emergency response.
Identify needs and assistance in the development and execution of corporate loss prevention programs.
Emphasize non-discrimination core values in training sessions and model diversity behavior expectations to store teams in dealing with Loss Prevention related issues.
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field
Eight+ years' experience in the retail loss prevention industry
Six+ years’ experience in leadership/managerial roles
Demonstrated knowledge of retail loss prevention methods, standards and practices
Demonstrated experience in program development, implementation and management
Successful experience in developing and managing human resources
Ability to travel
Strong working knowledge of exception based reporting
Excellent training and presentation skills
Prior retail experience preferred
Results Orientation: demonstrates the ability to consistently deliver business results by meeting deadlines and achieving goals
Communication: effectively conveys information and ideas in concise and meaningful exchanges through written and verbal communication
Teambuilding/Teamwork: effectively develops relationships and facilitates constructive resolution of conflict while encouraging trust, cooperation, collaboration and information sharing among individuals
Leadership: demonstrates the ability to empower, coach, and influence others to achieve a common goal or motivate people to change a behavior
Business Acumen: demonstrates financial and operational understanding of organizational strategies and applies knowledge to business situations
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