Seasonal - Asset Protection Greeter

ASSET PROTECTION GREETER
GENERAL PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Asset Protection greeter is responsible for maintaining professional visual deterrence to prevent losses, while creating a safe and pleasant shopping experience and working environment, and providing a consistently positive customer experience. This position is part-time and requires nights and weekends on a regular basis.
FOCUS OF POSITION:
Provide visual deterrence
Develop good rapport with employees to foster environment and culture of honesty and integrity in the store
Provide consistently positive customer experience by greeting customers as they enter the store and providing information about merchandise location, services and store?s layout
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Enforce company standards as they relate to security and safety procedures
Participate in the Asset Protection Weekly Audit Program
Maintain Known Stolen program
Participate in the store's loss prevention and safety programs
Deliver excellent customer service and demonstrate a high degree of professionalism
Assist customers with shopping carts and promotional flyers
Ensure front entrance is clean and safe for all shoppers
Drive EAS compliance by following Asset Protection current standards
Conduct bag checks as per company?s guidelines
Any other tasks as assigned from time to time by Store or Loss Prevention Management.
SKILLS:
Ability to provide outstanding customer service
Ability to handle difficult situations with diplomacy
Ability to follow directions
Ability to maintain a fair, consistent set of standards, using judgment and discretion
Ability to communicate in a clear, concise, understandable manner, and listen attentively to others
Ability to stand for extended periods and to move and handle merchandise, which entails lifting and performing all functions as detailed above
Basic knowledge of computer and MS Office
Location: Annapolis, MD
Address: 2639 Housley Road Bldg C
Requisition ID: 302-1077484
Posting Date: 10/15/2016
Shift: Flexible 95de2fc473a545bcbb5ae9435e89dc67

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