Store: Pierce Pharmacy Management
Job Title: Loss Prevention Auditor/Asset Protection
Reports To: Chief Operations Officer
Classification: Full time, salaried/ non-exempt. Typical work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8-hour days. Some evenings may be required.
Benefits include: Access to group medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance. 401K Retirement with 2% company match. Paid time off and holiday pay. Store discount.
The Loss Prevention Auditor is primarily responsible for preventing financial losses by reviewing store accounting, inventory, and transaction data to detect issues and ensure that policies and programs to reduce loss are implemented. Evaluates deficiencies, inefficiencies, theft and fraud by supporting safety and environmental program compliance. Candidate should possess the ability to utilize tools to minimize loss to the Company, including but not limited to identifying incidents of theft and fraud, reviewing CCTV and exception reports, monitoring the store’s physical security, auditing the Electronic Article Surveillance and driving a shrink elimination culture in the store. Must be able to prepare accurate and detailed reports documenting recoveries, interacting with law enforcement and testifying in criminal and civil court actions. Must always demonstrate integrity, respond to asset protection and operational concerns of all associates and remain focused on store specific business objectives while supporting key asset protection and operational responsibilities. Responsible to ensuring standard operating procedures are accurate and that all staff following them as they apply to loss prevention & asset protections. Responsible for assisting with point-of-sale transaction discrepancies, drawer shortages/overages and related internal investigation. Must possess knowledge of the company’s inventory processes and ensure they mitigate exposure to loss. Must have good communication skills, have the ability to work effectively under pressure and have strong negotiation skills to collect on Aged Accounts. Responsible for managing collections of account balances and returned check that aren’t easily resolved at the store level to include: review of accounts, analyzing outstanding balances, identify reasons for non-payment and determine next steps for completion of account. Capable of creating spreadsheets, reports and other documents related to the finance department. Creates and maintains physical and electronic files. Present a professional image via proper hygiene and grooming, as well as adherence to company dress code. Must be flexible and responsive to performing these and other duties, as assigned.
Work Experience Requirements
Knowledge of loss prevent & asset protection standard operating procedures along with general accounting principles, practices and procedures. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to interact and communicate clearly and in a pleasant manner with individuals at all levels of the organization and the general public. Ability to carry out verbal and written instructions. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and follow through in a timely manner. Ability to maintain confidentiality when handling sensitive information. Knowledge of modern office procedures and equipment. Ability to maintain an organized office environment.
Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in business management or accounting plus minimum of 3 years work experience in similar position. Retail pharmacy experience is a plus. Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job will be considered.
Approved By: Ginger Moats, Director of Human Resources
Date Posted: 3/26/21