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Asset Protection Agent

Job Description


The primary purpose of the Asset Protection Agent is to ensure a safe secure and profitable store environment for Rite Aid associates and customers while upholding the core values and service attributes consistent with the Rite Aid brand and strategy.


Responsibilities:




  • Observe, investigate and detain for authorities individuals that commit criminal acts in assigned store location(s).


  • Prevent internal and external (shoplifting/theft) losses by coaching and providing feedback to store associates on executing internal controls and creating/executing external theft strategies and tactics.


  • Assist in maintaining the physical security of the assigned store(s) such as auditing alarms, close circuit TV, lighting, etc.


  • Conduct Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) audits, maintain log book and react to EAS activation.


  • Assist Asset Protection District Manager (APDM), Store Manager, or other field/corporate management with internal investigations and other special investigations as necessary.


  • Assist with completing Shrink Visit Guides (SVGs).


  • Assist with adherence of Food Safety and Sanitation practices.


  • Assist with monitoring DC shipment procedures to ensure compliance with company policies, procedures and protection of company assets.


  • Assist in the training of store associates on company policies and procedures as well as shrink management tactics while maintaining the Shrink Awareness Board as directed by APDM.


  • Assist with receiving DSD shipments, credits and auditing store DSD practices as directed by APDM.


  • Review? and audit Point of Sale (POS) transactions as directed by Asset Protection District Manager.


  • Assist in executing various company programs and new initiatives.


  • Assist business partners in identifying safety hazards in compliance with OSHA guidelines.







Requirements




  • Minimum age of 18 years old.


  • A valid driver's license for business travel when applicable.


  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and evenings.


  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)


  • One (1) year of experience and/or education in retail, business, security, criminal justice or military.


  • Familiarity with industry/technical terms and processes.





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