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Asset Protection Specialist

Job Description:
Position Description Builds and maintains partnerships with business leaders to ensure the asset protection (AP) function meets business needs Drives Asset Protection (AP) results across the facilities Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects Ensures business needs are being met Ensures facilities in the business area are prepared for crises Meets expected facility level shrink goals Minimizes financial risk Promotes and supports company policies, procedures, mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates Minimum Qualifications Bachelor s Degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, Business, or related field and 1 year's managerial experience supervising, evaluating, mentoring, and developing associates, managing associate workload, and participating in the hiring and promotion of associates OR 2 years' managerial experience supervising, evaluating, mentoring, and developing associates, managing associate workload, and participating in the hiring and promotion of associates.
Additional Preferred Qualifications Certification in an asset protection related field (for example, Loss Prevention Qualified, Loss Prevention Certified).
Experience in an Asset Protection, Inventory Control, and/or Safety position.
Company Summary What started small, with a single discount store and the simple idea of selling more for less, has grown over the last 50 years into the largest retailer in the world.
Each week, over 260 million customers and members visit our 11,695 stores under 59 banners in 28 countries and e-commerce websites in 11 countries.
With fiscal year 2017 revenue of $485.
9 billion, Walmart employs approximately 2.
3 million associates worldwide.
Walmart continues to be a leader in sustainability, corporate philanthropy and employment opportunity.
It's all part of our unwavering commitment to creating opportunities and bringing value to customers and communities around the world.


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