In the retail business, we move fast. We're always adapting, evolving and innovating. And the fast pace brings variety and challenge, along with continued growth and opportunity.
Welcome to TJX, a Fortune 100 company and the world's leading off-price retailer of clothing and homeware worldwide. Our retail chains include TK Maxx in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Austria and the Netherlands, as well as HomeSense and (url removed) in the United Kingdom; TK Maxx in Australia; TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra Trading Post and Homesense, as well as (url removed) and (url removed) in the United States; and Winners, HomeSense and Marshalls in Canada. In 2018, TJX had over $35 billion in sales, more than 4000 shops and 249,000 Associates. As a retailer committed to growth, success is always in style at TJX!
As a Loss Prevention Officer, the protection of people and profit is fundamental. You will be focused on deterring loss on the salesfloor and act as an ambassador for the loss prevention function in a customer facing role. You will also be able to remain calm and professional under pressure.
You will be self-driven and resilient, with a natural ability to communicate. Acting with integrity and working in partnership with the Loss prevention team and store management to implement Loss Prevention policies and processes.
Experience of being in a customer facing role, gained within a fast pace retail environment is ideal but not essential. It would also be desirable to understand the role of the Loss Prevention function within the business but again not essential. The role will require you to professionally handle external theft situations and we will support you this by providing the necessary technical training.
What's In It For You?
As proud as we are of our past success, it's our future that excites us most. We strive to provide opportunities for growth, recognition and a competitive salary and benefits package. Share our determination to think bolder and bigger, and be part of our future. Apply now.
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