DICK'S Sporting Goods.
The Loss Prevention Associate is responsible for providing excellent customer experiences by engaging in high levels of service at the entrance and throughout the store and preventing loss in our store.
We are genuine in our belief that sports make people better and so are you! Immerse yourself in a workplace that loves to be active and lives the brand. Associates joining our team have an opportunity to be a part of the #1 sporting goods retailer in the country and create a lasting impact on their communities through sport and activity.
On our Team, everyone plays a critical role. Your Mission (and Ours) is to serve and inspire athletes and outdoor enthusiasts to achieve their personal best through the relentless improvement of everything we do.
Loss Prevention Associate Duties:
Greet all customers entering and exiting the store to determine their shopping needs and provide direction as needed
Reverse Greet customers at the entrance of the store and respond to EAS alarm activity
Direct store associates and management to engage in theft mitigation strategies
Monitor front-end inventories and assist customers with front-end product
As business needs arise, other tasks may become necessary
Flexible availability - including nights, weekend, and holidays
1 years of Retail Loss Prevention/Asset Protection or Retail Security experience preferred
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Ability to meet Federal requirements for handling and processing firearm transactions
Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork
to review our Rewards & Benefits Information
Depending on position, candidates seeking employment with DICK'S Sporting Goods, Field & Stream, or Golf Galaxy should be prepared to successfully complete a pre-employment background check prior to beginning employment.
DICK'S Sporting Goods is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
DICK'S Sporting Goods.
Website : http://www.dickssportinggoods.com
DICK’S Sporting Goods was founded in 1948 when an 18 year-old Dick Stack was working at an Army surplus store in Binghamton, New York. An avid fisherman, Dick was approached by the store owner to come up with a list of products needed to get into the fishing tackle business. After Dick presented his suggestions, the owner told him he was a dumb kid and had no idea what he was doing. Dick was upset and promptly quit. He went to his grandmother’s house where he spent a lot of time as a kid and told her what had happened.