Loss Prevention Investigator
Lord & Taylor - Stores 629 reviews - Bay Shore, NY

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Job Description:
The Loss Prevention Agent primary responsibility is to
protect Lord & Taylor assets and employees. Other

responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • improve profitability by developing and implementing
shortage reduction programs.
  • help maintain a safe business environment
  • ensure employees comply with all of Lord & Taylor
policies and procedures
  • heighten the awareness of all shortage programs
  • enforce company standards as related to security and
safety procedures.
The Loss Prevention Agent will report directly to the
Regional Loss Prevention Manager.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Recover stolen merchandise and apprehend shoplifters
and other people who commit any criminal act.
  • Investigate criminal violations against the person or
property of any customer or associate committed on
company property.
  • Partner, initiate, develop and maintain an effective
Shortage Awareness Program in the store.
  • Partner with Store Management to ensure compliance with
shortage audits by maintaining Merchandise Protection
  • Manage policies and standards of Fine Jewelry and other
sensitive areas.
  • Assist and contribute to the overall shortage program.
  • Coach, train and mentor staff to meet or exceed
established productivity standards and goals and reduce
  • Analyze and enhance Loss Prevention systems and
programs to maximize productivity, profitability and
time management.
  • Coordinate and fully utilize investigative tools to
their fullest potential.
  • Review, challenge and analyze all expenses and vendor
costs to competitive price points.

Job Requirements:
  • B.S./B.A. from an accredited 4 year college or
  • Minimum of 2+ years of loss prevention experience,
preferably in retail.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities.

About this company
629 reviews
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