Position Summary:

The Corporate Loss Prevention Director is responsible for Loss Prevention support, administrative, investigative functions for the corporation. The Corporate Loss Prevention Director will Develop and Administer programs Related to Emergency Preparedness and Response; Active Shooter; Centralized Investigations; Exception Reporting System; Data Analytics; Remote Monitoring Program; Loss Prevention Technology.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

•  Analyze store shortage results and develop effective processes to reduce loss

  • Develop a Data Analytics program to effectively utilize loss prevention resources
  • Establish effective merchandise protection standards for high risk merchandise
  • Establish cost effective EAS tagging standards
  • Work with the Merchants to move protective efforts upstream to the vendors

•  Develop effective Emergency Preparedness Protocols

  • Inclusive of Natural Disaster, Civil Unrest, Active shooter, Robbery, Fire etc
  • Develop effective and position appropriate training for all associates
  • Lead the Emergency Response Team

•  Develop industry leading programs detect and prevent internal theft

  • Establish Policies, Programs and controls to deter and prevent internal theft
  • Effectively utilize the Exception Based Reporting system
  • Develop a Central Investigative team
  • Develop standard tools and queries for the field team

•  Promotes associate loss prevention awareness to all associates

  • Associate onboarding programs
  • Manage Loss Prevention Awareness Program

•  Ensures the company Data Security and PCI standards are met in the field

  • Ensures Loss prevention systems are compliant
  • Trains the Loss Prevention Field team on Data Security risks
  • Works with Data Security team to monitor POS, Pin pads etc.

•  Identify Loss Prevention Technology that improve shortage with a positive ROI

  • Facilitate the transition from analogue to digital CCTV
  • Develop an effective Merchandise Returns management program

Minimum Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or Business Management
  • One or more of the following certifications: LPQ, LPC, CFI.
  • 8 or more years of applicable experience
  • Prior experience and a proven track record of shrink reduction and inventory control.
  • Must possess a demonstrated understanding of general and civil liability.
  • Experience investigating Organized Retail Crime is strongly desired.
  • Experience managing a Data Analytics, Exception Based Reporting or Central Investigations team
  • Intermediate working knowledge of business applications such as Microsoft Office, BI Publisher, Data Warehouse,


  • Masters degree and/or equivalent years of experience in Criminal Justice or Business Management
  • Specific Certifications: Wicklander-Zulawski
  • Prior diversity and cultural sensitivity training is a strong plus.
  • Experience with exception based reporting and other analytical tools.

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