Loss Prevention Coordinator
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- Microsoft Excel
- First Aid Certification
You are a member of a global logistics network that links the globe when you work with DB Schenker. A network that encourages you to contribute and actually make a difference, allowing you to create your career. We encourage variety and thrive on diverse backgrounds, opinions, and talents, with over 76,000 employees globally. We are here to move as one team.
Core Work Activities
Managing Loss Prevention/Security Operations
Contributes to the creation and implementation of emergency measures.
Conducts an inquiry into all property asset losses and sends them to proper management for disposition.
Security personnel is deployed to properly monitor and safeguard property assets.
Follow all safety and security management standards and procedures established by Corporate Loss Prevention.
Patrol the whole property and parking spaces regularly.
Recognize achievement in all areas of responsibility.
Handles complaints, settles disputes and resolves grievances and disagreements, as well as various forms of negotiation.
Identifies and recommends ways to reduce physical risks and dangerous work practices.
Action plans are put in place to monitor and control risk.
Maintains needed reports and paperwork for property and parking area patrols.
Provides a method for receiving required medical treatment promptly.
Managing Security and Loss Prevention Teams
Attends pre-and post-convention meetings, as well as monthly forecast meetings, to better understand group requirements and acquire vital information to share with Loss Prevention officers.
Celebrates accomplishments by openly acknowledging team members’ efforts.
Communicates the significance of safety procedures by outlining procedure codes, verifying employee awareness of safety codes, and monitoring safety-related processes and procedures.
Encourages and fosters team members’ mutual trust, respect, and collaboration.
Identifies others’ developmental needs and coaches, mentors, or otherwise assists them in improving their knowledge or abilities.
Provides subordinates with advice and direction, including setting performance criteria and monitoring performance.
Position Description Summary
The Loss Prevention Coordinator, who reports to the Loss Prevention Supervisor, will use their excellent detection and investigative abilities to decrease shrink and maintain a safe workplace for our workers and customers.
The Loss Prevention Coordinator will work in a fast-paced and dynamic logistics environment, collaborating closely with the facility Operation Managers and Operation Supervisors to ensure Loss Prevention awareness is on everyone’s mind.
Work together with all employees to establish and sustain a successful loss prevention culture.
Detect and arrest those who are conducting illegal actions on or around business property.
Conduct floor surveillance to identify and apprehend people implicated in external and internal theft.
Determine high-risk regions that are susceptible to external theft.
Take an active role in regular safety meetings and inspections.
Investigate every event that occurs on business property and respond to all emergency circumstances.
Keep the building physically secure (alarm system, locks, key control, etc.).
Conduct frequent audits of processes and documents in areas identified as possible high-loss regions.
Keep accurate records of all Loss Prevention activity in the institution and coordinate them.
Ascertain that all current safety procedures and rules are adhered to.
Other responsibilities and project tasks.
Knowledge and Skills
Self-motivated, with the ability to perform effectively under pressure.
Ability to work well with others and communicate effectively.
All safety standards and regulations must be followed.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Postsecondary degree in a safety-related profession, with 5 years of Loss Prevention experience
Complete grasp of the statutory requirements and standards for Health/Safety/Loss Prevention.
It is a given that you will meet the qualifications for the Canadian Registered Safety Professional credential.
A good understanding of priorities, organization, and a positive team spirit.
Excellent computer abilities, including knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
TDG, WHMIS, and standard first aid.
A current driver’s license.
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