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Asset Protection Agent - Nordstrom - Canyon Springs Marketplace Rack

Company: Nordstrom
Location: Riverside
Posted on: November 23, 2022

Job Description:

The ideal asset protection agent conducts internal and external surveillance to control product loss. They are first responders to emergency situations, lead loss prevention initiatives, and partner with managers to reduce loss and injuries throughout the store. A day in the life o Maintain the general safety of customers, employees and the storeo Assess and assist in emergency situationso Perform monitoring and surveillance activities to identify indicators for internal or external thefto Conduct external and internal investigations, documenting all loss prevention incidents properlyo Reduce and control loss of inventory through audits, training and educationo Maintain a high level of confidentiality You own this if you have o The ability to make, and be accountable for, decisions in a fast-paced environmento Have solid verbal and writteno Good interpersonal skillso The ability to work a flexible schedule based on business needso Meet any local licensing requirementsExperience in investigative, loss prevention and security procedures (preferred) Please apply on the Nordstrom Career site at : \_careers/details/Asset-Protection-Agent Canyon-Springs-Marketplace-Rack\_R-509495?q=r-509495Job Type: Full-timeSchedule: 8 hour shift Weekend availabilityAbility to commute/relocate: Miami, FL 33145: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)Experience: Asset Protection: 2 years (Preferred)Work Location: One location

Keywords: Nordstrom, Riverside , Asset Protection Agent - Nordstrom - Canyon Springs Marketplace Rack, Sales , Riverside, California

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