Loss Prevention Agent BDS #31

US-FL-Ft Myers
2 months ago
Requisition ID
Loss Prevention


Loss Prevention Agent


To monitor assigned locations to identify situations and circumstances that could lead to or result in losses to the company.  All actions, responses, and conduct within the scope of the position must be performed according to the standards of the performance set by Beall’s and according to policies, procedures, and Code of Ethics.


Description of Key Responsibilities

Read and fully understand all policies and procedures as outlined in the Beall’s Loss Prevention Manual, Administration Manual, General Operations Manual, Code of Ethics, Employee Handbook, and all other training or communication distributed by the company.

  • Monitor for indicators of external loss (shoplifters).  Respond as outlined in the Loss Prevention Manual.
  • Monitor for indicators of internal loss.  Report any and all circumstances or incidents to the Loss Prevention Area Manager or Corporate Loss Prevention.
  • Assist and respond to specific task assigned during an investigation conducted by Corporate Loss Prevention.
  • Maintain confidentially concerning all conversations, printed matter, electronic data, phone messages, and other Loss Prevention business conducted within the scope of the Loss Prevention Agent’s position.
  • Complete all reports as assigned or outlined in the Loss Prevention Manual.
  • Conduct operational reviews as assigned or outlined in the Loss Prevention Manual.
  • Monitor for policy compliance and report violations to the Loss Prevention Area Supervisor, Loss Prevention District or Regional Manager.
  • Perform all duties as assigned.
  • Loss Prevention Agents are charged with the responsibility to enforce company policy.  It is also a key responsibility for any Loss Prevention associate to report any violation or the instruction to violate any company policy, local, state, or federal law.  Any incidents as outlined in this paragraph must be brought to the attention or the Regional Director of Loss Prevention or the Vice President of Loss Prevention.



Applicant Qualifications and Requirements


To be eligible for and retain a Loss Prevention Agent Position, a candidate/employee must meet the following qualifications:


  • Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Must be capable of reading and writing proficiently at a 12th grade level or above.
  • Must be able to successfully pass a background check consisting of but  not limited to:
  1. Verification of employment both former and current
  2. Verification of personal references
  3. Verification of education or credentials
  4. Verification of clear criminal history
  5. Drivers license and motor vehicle records are clear
  6. Credit history
  7. Drug screening process
  • Must maintain a valid drivers license in the state of your employment.
  • Must demonstrate sound decision making and judgement and be able to remain calm in stressful or critical situations.
  • Must be capable of attending and successfully completing all on the job training/meetings as required.  (This is a condition of employment and continuing employment).

Other Work Related Requirements


The Loss Prevention Agent must be able to work a flexible schedule.  Exceptions must be documented in writing and approved by the Director of Loss Prevention.  


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