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Loss Prevention Representative

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level
  • Business, Operations & Strategy
  • Toronto
  • Quick Apply

AI generated summary

  • You need a valid security license, understanding of laws, CCTV skills, professionalism, approachability, initiative, and integrity to succeed in our dynamic environment.
  • You will deter, detect, and investigate theft and fraud, collaborate with police, conduct internal investigations, manage store partnerships, participate in audits and community events, and promote inclusiveness in the workplace.

Requirements

  • What you bring:
  • Valid Provincial Security Guard License required
  • Basic understanding of the of Criminal Code of Canada, Trespass to Property Act and Powers of Arrest and CCTV and/or surveillance systems
  • Professional, friendly and approachable demeanor.
  • A high degree of initiative and integrity required to be successful in a vibrant environment

Responsibilities

  • Deter, detect and apprehend for theft and fraud within our retail locations
  • Collaborate with other APRs to investigate provincial or national ORC cases when they arise
  • Collaborate with the local police service regularly
  • Detect and investigate internal investigations; compile and present evidence for the purpose of court or arbitration
  • Detect and identify potential shrink opportunities within our operational core compliance
  • Build and maintain store partnership through management meetings & huddles; coach and mentor colleagues regarding Asset Protection policies and procedures
  • Participate in conducting store level audits
  • Participate in Community Events
  • Available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings, nights and weekends (40 hr. work week)
  • Commitment to promoting a workplace of inclusiveness and belonging

FAQs

What qualifications are required for this position?

A valid Provincial Security Guard License is required.

What are the main responsibilities of a Loss Prevention Representative?

Some main responsibilities include deterring, detecting, and apprehending theft and fraud, collaborating with other APRs to investigate ORC cases, working with local police, conducting internal investigations, identifying shrink opportunities, building store partnerships, participating in audits, and attending community events.

What kind of schedule can I expect as a Loss Prevention Representative?

You must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings, nights, and weekends (40-hour work week).

What traits are important for success in this position?

Important traits include a professional, friendly, and approachable demeanor, a high degree of initiative and integrity, and a commitment to promoting inclusiveness and belonging in the workplace.

At Loblaw, we're developing innovative products and solutions. Our focus is on empowering Canadians to Live Life Well.

Retail & Consumer Goods
Industry
10,001+
Employees
1919
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Our Purpose – Live Life Well Loblaw Companies Limited is Canada’s food and pharmacy leader, the nation’s largest retailer, and the majority unit holder of Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust. Loblaw – and its portfolio of grocery, health and beauty, financial services and apparel businesses – provides Canadians with an unparalleled mix of value, assortment and convenience, and offers Canadians two of the country’s most recognized brands – President’s Choice and no name. The acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart, along with the powerful Life Brand and Optimum brand, has only served to reinforce our leadership position in the marketplace. As well, our PC Plus program, omni-channel efforts and multicultural merchandising offerings continued to be points of differentiation for our customer experience. In 2019, Loblaw has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, Best Diversity Employers by Mediacorp Canada Inc.