Summary: The Asset Protection Coordinator (“APC”) is primarily responsible for preventing and deterring theft and limiting the loss of Company assets/products in the store(s) to which he or she is assigned, through provision of attentive customer service and the effective implementation of other loss prevention programs and strategies. While the APC reports directly to a Store Manager (“SM”), he or she will also work closely with the Asset Protection and Analytics Department to understand and implement loss prevention programs and strategies with the assigned store(s). The APC also gathers information and provides feedback about theft and loss within the store(s), and suggests changes to improve the effectiveness of the Company's loss prevention programs and strategies. This is not a covert/undercover position; the APC wears a CVS uniform to be immediately identifiable as a CVS colleague. Essential Functions: • Provides attentive, friendly customer service. Greets all customers, provides answers to general customer questions, and assists with opening and securing locked shelves and showcases per customer requests. • Moves throughout the store to monitor assigned store(s) for activity that causes the loss of CVS Pharmacy assets/products. Communicates with Store Management about observations and asks Store Management for guidance/assistance if theft is suspected. Does not apprehend suspected shoplifters. • Contributes to the execution of Store Shrink Action Plan through execution and follow-up of internal, external, and operations components of the plan. • Inspects high-risk categories and assets/products regularly to detect and deter theft activity. • Ensures use of approved asset/product protection equipment and the security labeling program. • Conducts colleague and vendor bag checks per company guidelines. • Prepares reports as requested by management, including reports of theft incidents, as well as other significant events and activities related to loss prevention. Document the completion of projects, tasks and incidents through daily and/or weekly reports, as requested by management.
· Physical abilities to support the essential functions of the role as listed above, such as able to stand and/or move throughout the store for the majority of work time in order to provide excellent customer service and conduct effective loss prevention monitoring. · Able to stoop, knell or crouch, and able to reach or grasp objects, including objects on lower shelves. Able to perform duties requiring manual dexterity, including but not limited to: applying security tags, and using keys to open and close locks. · Excellent observational skills and able to recall and describe detailed facts. Able to see and hear in order to perform observational duties, including but not limited to: reading small print on labels, tags or containers. · Able to engage and communicate well with customers and provide excellent customer service. · Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Able to prepare and submit reports to management as requested. · Able to communicate effectively with both direct manager, the SM, and the Asset Protection team. · Work a flexible schedule that will include nights and weekends. · Able to drive or travel between stores during the work day if assigned to multiple stores.
CVS Health requires its Colleagues to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including any booster shots if required), where allowable under the law, unless they are approved for a reasonable accommodation based on disability, medical condition, or religious belief that prevents them from being vaccinated.
If you are vaccinated, you are required to have received at least one COVID-19 shot prior to your first day of employment and to provide proof of your vaccination status within the first 10 days of your employment. For the two COVID-19 shot regimen, you will be required to provide proof of your second COVID-19 shot within the first 45 days of your employment. In some states and roles, you may be required to provide proof of full vaccination before you can begin to actively work. Failure to provide timely proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status will result in the termination of your employment with CVS Health.
If you are unable to be fully vaccinated due to disability, medical condition, or religious belief, you will be required to apply for a reasonable accommodation within the first 10 days of your employment in order to remain employed with CVS Health. As a part of this process, you will be required to provide information or documentation about the reason you cannot be vaccinated. In some states and roles, you may be required to have an approved reasonable accommodation before you can begin to actively work. If your request for an accommodation is not approved, then your employment may be terminated.
Possess at least one (1) year experience in a customer-facing role within CVS Pharmacy or in a similar retail work environment or customer service setting.
Verifiable High School diploma or GED is required.
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