District Loss Prevention Manager Salary
The average pay for a District Loss Prevention Manager is $64,215 per year.
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|Salary||$45,858 - $82,697|
|Bonus||$993 - $14,943|
|Total Pay (||$47,494 - $87,131|
Job Description for District Loss Prevention Manager
District loss prevention managers are in charge of managing loss prevention efforts in a district on behalf of their organization. They are responsible for reporting statistics, implementing loss-prevention programs, and measuring programs' performance at regular intervals. Some of their main functions include managing a group of loss prevention associates at different locations, training these professionals in loss prevention techniques, implementing different loss-prevention campaigns and following up in district locations to verify performance.Read More...
District loss prevention managers are also responsible for conducting theft and loss investigations, escalating issues as needed, and contacting authorities when required. They communicate with vendors and location supervisors to identify ways to reduce company losses, as well as facilitate mentoring sessions, and develop effective strategies to reduce theft and losses. These managers must prepare detailed reports related to loss prevention and follow all safety and privacy procedures at all times. In addition, they need to be proficient relevant software to investigate and log all loss prevention activity.
At least a bachelor's degree in business administration, management, or a related field is generally required for this position. Previous experience as a loss prevention manager is needed as well. District loss prevention managers must know how to operate camera and sensor equipment, pay close attention to detail, and be able to keep accurate records of all loss-prevention efforts.
District Loss Prevention Manager Tasks
- Oversee and implement loss prevention operations, including auditing metrics.
- Oversee recording archival, storage, and deletion.
- Schedule, conduct, and interpret loss prevention and safety audits.
- Investigate fraud and dishonesty in customers, staff, vendors, and contractors.
- Train staff to decrease loss and enforce loss prevention strategies.
Pay by Experience Level for District Loss Prevention Manager
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