Asset Protection Supervisor



Oversees the departmental shift activities of the Asset Protection department within a distribution center in accordance with company policies and procedures.

1. Responsible for the supervision of direct reports including staffing, goal setting, training, development, performance assessment, and disciplinary actions.

2. Plans, organizes, and distributes work assignments to direct reports.

3. Ensures distribution center level compliance with key company standards of safety, facility maintenance, postings and notifications.

4. Proactively establishes and carries out shrinkage and safety control disciplines/programs and accepts high level of responsibility for distribution center’s shrinkage/safety performance.

5. Oversees and conducts safety, security and procedural incident investigations and audits; ensures accuracy of required documentation and makes recommendations to departmental managers for resolution.

6. Ensures compliance with C-TPAT regulations and procedures and trains all key associates in proper compliance in their areas of responsibility.

7. Responsible for the accurate and timely processing of daily and weekly KRONOS payroll for assigned associates.

8. Schedules direct reports for certification and/or recertification in First aid, CPR and operation of an Automated Electronic Defibrillator (AED).

9. Assists with providing safety and OSHA-required annual training initiatives to direct reports and distribution center operations.

10. Conducts post-accident drug and alcohol screenings when Health Services representatives are unavailable.

11. Assists with investigations related to dishonesty and violations of company policy as directed.


1. High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) equivalent required.

2. Previous supervisory and asset protection experience within a Distribution Center preferred.

3. Working knowledge of investigative techniques preferred.

4. Certification in First Aid, CPR and an Automated Electronic Defibrillator (AED) preferred.

5. Ability to operate a personal computer; previous experience with Microsoft, Excel, and Word required.

6. Skill in verbal and written communications required.

7. Skill in organizational and time management required.

8. Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to operate an automobile.

9. Ability to perform physical activity at a sustained pace including walking, bending, pushing, pulling and lifting within a Distribution Center environment required.