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Asset Protection & Safety Manager Job In Winnipeg Region

Canada, Canada, Winnipeg Region
Published 2020-06-28
Expires 2020-07-28
ID #113069060
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Asset Protection & Safety Manager Job In Winnipeg Region
Canada, Canada, Winnipeg Region,
Published June 28, 2020

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Asset protection & safety manager


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Meet Lowe’s Canada, a team of more than 28,000 associates who demonstrate their commitment every day by constantly seeking to satisfy their customers and by putting their heart into making a difference in the communities we serve. Our home improvement family operates or services more than 630 corporate and affiliated dealer stores. With a distinctive product and service offering and complementary store formats ranging from neighbourhood hardware stores to big box stores, our Lowe’s, RONA, Reno-Depot, Dick’s Lumber and Ace banners are always looking for dedicated associates to help meet the needs of all DIYers and contractors. So, join a Canadian leader headquartered in Boucherville, Quebec, be part of something bigger as we expand our horizon and discover a world of opportunities The primary function of the Asset Protection & Safety Manager is to oversee and coordinate Asset Protection procedures, and establish programs and processes in collaboration with management to minimize loss while maintaining a safe working & shopping environment. This includes inspiring store and management teams to ensure engagement in AP and safety programs, coaching and training associates, overseeing inventory levels to minimize shrink and prevent operational shortages, monitoring operational controls and performance objectives, monitoring surveillance systems and alarms for any suspicious behavior, and identifying and actioning opportunities for improvement. The Asset Protection & Safety Manager is responsible for investigating and resolving issues related to criminal activity or company policy violations in accordance to Federal and State laws. An individual in this position may on occasion need to effectively respond to potentially violent and/or physical altercations and will therefore need the ability to make quick, effective decisions and maintain an appropriate level of composure. The Asset Protection & Safety Manager also manages and oversees reviews of safety reports, inspections that maintain compliance with OSHA and corporate safety guidelines and policies (e.g., HazMat, local and regional compliance), adherence to safety regulations, and maintenance of safety and control risk within assigned store locations. Lastly, the Asset Protection & Safety Manager is responsible for completing all other duties as assigned. Responsibilities: Negotiates effectively for the organization with internal and external stakeholders and builds relationships with key individuals necessary for collaboration. Champions company initiatives and becomes a subject matter expert to identify shrink and safety impacts. Trains and develops the talent necessary to achieve stated objectives providing meaningful development opportunities for individuals in preparation for succession planning. Drives projects and tasks to completion through teams, regardless of changing conditions. Completes prescribed tasks in Cyber Manager (e.g., incident reports, focus lists) and Cyber Gate (e.g., rack inspections). Drives the development of tactical plans aligned with Asset Protection and business strategy in order to bring the vision into realization. Provides open feedback and mentorship to team members to encourage growth and greater responsibility. Drives innovation across the team using a deep understanding of how the Asset Protection team works within the organization. Assists in pre-screening and collaborates with the Area Asset Protection Manager on hiring decisions. Uses a critical eye to examine and streamline workflows and processes within the team to increase efficiency. Provides suggestions that impact short-term and long-term plans for Asset Protection. Monitors safety and risk controls within Store by ensuring safety program is in place; identifying incident trends to develop and implement solutions to prevent incidents; observing work practices and providing training to associates on accident prevention techniques; and communicating plans to minimize accidents. Protects customers, employees, and company assets by implementing established processes and controls that minimize inventory shrink and provide a safe working and shopping environment. Trains employees on how to control shrinkage including internal, external, and operational shrink Monitors and investigates operational shrinkage to prevent loss of stock, product, or inventory by reviewing shrinkage reports for all Store areas and departments; entering product into item investigation; reviewing item history to identify receiving and selling patterns; counting stock, product, or inventory to confirm shrinkage counts; examining item receiving reports to check quantities received or shipped to another store; reviewing item sales to ensure correct selling (e.g., as pair or individually, POS errors) and reviewing operational reports (e.g., unclassified report). Reviews and verifies safety reports on a daily basis; oversees safety reviews (e.g., checks on potential for falling merchandise, floor hazards are completed and entered into the system); and implements plans to improve safety. Conducts hazardous materials inspections and general safety (e.g., daily safety, hazmat) inspections to ensure compliance with safety guidelines and policies (e.g., OSHA, corporate safety guidelines, local regulations). Detects, deters, and investigates violations of company policies and criminal activities by investigating alleged fraud and other alleged illegal activities; intervenes in and resolves safety violations; conducts internal and external theft investigations to manage operational, internal, and external shrinkage; obtains evidence, takes statements, and writes case reports; and participates in collaborative efforts with other investigative entities. Trains employees on the handling of hazardous materials and safety (e.g., operation of powered equipment, degraded racks, loading top stock) by reviewing daily training checklist; preparing training materials and meeting room; conducting training with employees; demonstrating proper behaviors and procedures related to training content (e.g., operating powered equipment, donning protective equipment, disposing of hazardous materials, evaluating safety of racks, preventing shrinkage); and walking sales floor to determine if employees are applying training on the job. Partners with store employees to deter shoplifters and notifies management of potential issues and when suspicious activity or incidents occur. Manages inventory (e.g., cycle counts, Inventory Replenish Process (IRP)), shrink and loss by reviewing reports (e.g., item history) to prevent loss of stock, product, or inventory; oversees audit compliance; provides feedback to store management on audit/inspection findings; and ensures the establishment of surveillance on shrinkage items and on employees in departments with shortages. Implements and solicits support for established policies and procedures related to Asset Protection. Monitors operational controls by identifying and communicating performance goals and objectives; building accountability for policies and procedures; reviewing variances to inventory reports; conducting operational and pre-inventory reviews; and gathering data, reviewing results, and monitoring deficiency trends. Coaches, develops, and trains associates in the various departmental duties; identifies gaps in expectations versus training levels and determines training needs; teaches managers and associates operational controls and processes; and develops and delivers training on los prevention. Exigences du poste Physical Requirements Lifts up to 25 pounds without assistance. Agility: The ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach out with the body, arms, or legs to perform job tasks. This includes the ability to move throughout all areas of the store (e.g., sales floor, receiving, register areas, lawn and garden), Lowe's property surrounding the store, or additional work areas. Climbing: The ability to climb, work, and carry items up and down ladders. Hand-Eye Coordination: The ability to coordinate one's eyes with one's fingers, wrists, or arms to move, carry, or manipulate objects or to perform other job-related tasks. Manual Dexterity: The ability to make quick, accurate, skillful, coordinated movements of one hand, one hand in coordination with its arm, or two hands to grasp, place, move, or assemble objects. Physical Strength: The ability to lift, push, pull, or carry objects using hands, arms, back, abdominal muscles, shoulders, legs, or a combination of these muscle groups. Proper Lifting Techniques: The ability to properly lift heavy objects or equipment. This includes the knowledge of correct bending and lifting techniques as needed to properly position and use one's hands, feet, legs, arms, and back to lift objects or equipment, and to push, pull, and carry heavy objects. Protective Equipment: The ability to wear all necessary personal protective equipment to perform job functions. Safety Harness: The ability to wear the safety harness to perform job functions. Stamina: The ability to exert oneself physically over long periods of time. This may include performing repetitive or strenuous tasks as well as standing and sitting for long periods. Visual Acuity: The ability to see details (e.g., letters, numbers, codes, color, symbols, marks, labels, signs, video displays including iPads) clearly to accomplish work tasks in a safe and efficient manner. Work Conditions: The ability to perform job activities, with appropriate intermittent relief where applicable, under difficult work conditions such as in extreme cold, heat, inclement weather, at heights, while exposed to constant/intermittent sounds.

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