Regional Asset Protection Manager

Description

Responsible for all Asset Protection and Safety programs for assigned span of control. Manages and directs Asset Protection and Safety program activities designed to increase overall store profitability, total loss improvement, and provide direction and support for physical security solutions, investigations and safety and security disciplines. The RLPM fosters a highly visible and positive relationship with the Regional Market Manager and District Managers and the cross-functional groups that align with the department and company initiatives within their assigned stores and market to establish and maintain a safe and secure environment within assigned stores and market.


1.    Manages direct reports including supporting and monitoring execution of assignments, staffing, training and development, execution of analytical information, performance assessment and disciplinary actions.
2.    Conducts store visits and audits to support and evaluate operational compliance, identify policy and procedure violations, assess store compliance in support of company policy, operational compliance and increased store profitability. This includes but not limited to shrink reduction, asset management, and to evaluate compliance to Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
3.    Provide directional support to Asset Protection resources and business partners to identify potential profit opportunities including shrink and safety issues; determines and directs actions to be taken including additional follow-ups, activities and investigations.
4.    Assigns and directs activities related to operational control, total loss mitigation, training, compliance, and awareness programs; research violations of company policy w/ specific attention to profitability, shrink reduction/mitigation & safety.
5.    Provides input on the design, implementation and direction of all Asset Protection programs including shrink and safety programs.
6.    Initiates, coordinate, oversee and culminate associate investigations of suspected dishonest activity.
7.    Serves as liaison between local and public authorities and company for the purpose of acquiring appropriate information for the prosecution of individuals suspected of dishonest activity.
8.    Ensures effective opening of new store locations by directing and participating in new store opening processes.
9.    Observes physical inventory procedures and participates in inventory process as appropriate.
10.    Works cross-functionally and communicates with various departments throughout the company to address and resolve shrink and safety related issues.



Qualification

1.    Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field preferred.
2.    5-7 years previous multi-store retail experience required; equivalent multi-store asset protection experience preferred.
3.    LPC Certification in asset protection preferred.
4.    Previous supervisory experience leading and directing multiple sub functions.
5.    Solid business acumen and analytical skills; able to identify trends to help drive sales, business plans and support operational initiatives that directly correlate with shrink.
6.    Wicklander-Zulawski Interviewing Certificate Required - CFI (Certified Forensic Interviewer) preferred.
7.    Knowledge of Point of Sale (POS) exception-based software required.
8.    Skill with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) required.
9.    Ability to work extended hours, drive an automobile and travel overnight required.
10.    Ability to perform physical activity including walking, lifting, and administering various mechanical and   electrical tasks required.

 

 

We will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws.


The actual hourly rate will equal or exceed the required minimum wage applicable to the job location.