Today’s Top LP Jobs

District Asset Protection Manager, Saks Fifth Avenue, (IL)
(This position is available in multiple locations)  Saks Fifth Avenue / Lord & Taylor, world leaders in high performance retailing, is seeking a District Asset Protection Manager. If you have at least five years of progressive Loss Prevention Management experience and a desire to learn, this is an excellent opportunity. Successful candidates are motivated self-starters that are eager to learn, grow and lead a team to achieve great results… Learn more

Area Asset Protection Manager, JCPenney, (VA)
As the Area Asset Protection Manager you will lead asset protection activities for your assigned stores in accordance with company policies and procedures, in order to drive sales and profits. Responsibilities include:  Team development; Actively walk the floor and coaches in the moment to enhance each associate’s ability to develop; Frequently conduct developmental conversations with direct reports and maintains notes on observations of strengths and opportunities; Interviews and hires Asset Protection talent for the store, Coaches associates and advises store/district leadership teams when opportunities are noted... Learn more

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Loss Prevention Manager, Carson’s, (MI)
Are you a proven leader with loss prevention experience? If so, this position is a great next step in your career! Our Loss Prevention Managers maintain loss prevention policies and procedures, provide training and motivation for all store associates, and work with store management to keep shrinkage and loss to a minimum. They also promote awareness through workshops, conduct audits, and monitor case preparation to ensure high quality workLearn more

Distribution Center Asset Protection Manager, Sears, (TX)
Manages, reviews and enforces security, health, environmental regulations. Ensures distribution center associates and procedures adhere to local, state and federal regulations and to SHC policy and procedures. Notifies appropriate personnel when center is not in compliance or potentially is not in compliance. Develops and administers loss prevention programs and increases their awareness; Coordinates, monitors and maintains inspection records of all loss prevention related equipment, Works in conjunction with local, state and federal agencies in partnership with risk management to ensure compliance of requirements… Learn more

 

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