Job Purpose :
The job of a Loss Prevention Officer is highly skilled officer performing duties such as surveillance of exits and entrances, emergency exits, back rooms and delivery areas.
They might assist in creating theft prevention plans and policies and also monitor the workplace to assess security issues or concerns.
Their focus is on preventative audits done at Company store rooms that need to be safeguarded against theft, pilferages and damage.
Job Responsibilities :
To efficiently liaise with FMM Personnel and Sub Contractors on site.
Conduct store audits to identify problem areas or procedural deficiencies
Investigate known or suspected internal theft, external theft, or vendor fraud.
Loss Prevention Officers must complete all necessary paperwork regarding an incident and work with police and legal representatives in providing evidence needed for any matter up to prosecution as per company policy.
In situations where Security Inspectors or Sub Contracting Guards are also employed, Loss Prevention Officers will work with these Inspectors / Guards about where they should be stationed and what areas should be patrolled.
This aspect of the job might also include workplace security evaluation to prevent loss resulting from employee injuries, fire or vandalism.
Identify and report merchandise or stock shortages.
Inspect buildings, equipment, or access points to determine security risks.
Maintain documentation or reports on security-related incidents or investigations.
To ensure all instructions issued from Management are adhered to.
Perform covert surveillance of areas susceptible to loss, such loading docks, or store rooms.
Recommend new or improved processes or equipment to reduce risk exposure.
Verify proper functioning of physical security systems, such as closed-circuit televisions, alarms, sensor tag systems, or locks.
Conduct employee background investigations and review reports with operational or human resources managers.
Coordinate with risk management, human resources, or other departments to assist in company programs, investigations, or training.
Identify and report security concerns related to transport fleet.
Recommend methods to reduce potential financial fraud losses.
Respond to critical incidents, such as catastrophic events, violent weather, or civil disorders.
Follow the rules and regulations from the client and from FMM’s HSEQ Management System, which includes attending all training sessions you are invited to and by reading the documents provided to you.
Escalate to their line manager any lack of proper equipment or tools for doing the work.
Report any accident, incident, near miss or health event at work to your line manager.
Knowledge of warehouse stores procedures
Knowledge of ISO Audits
Conducting Risk assessments
High school qualification or related diploma
Valid Qatar driving license
Experience & Skills :
Minimum5 years of job-related experience required
Ability to relate to staff at all levels
Very good observational skills
Conducting security and loss prevention audits
Excellent spoken and written communication skills
Effective in time management skills
Understanding security processes and procedures
Be able to profile people for suspicious behavior, movements and dangerous situations.