Sr. Supply Chain Asset Protection Manager - Denver, CO - Advance Auto Parts

Date de Publication: 1/8/2022

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Job Description

The Sr Asset Protection Manager (Sr APM) works directly with the Director of Asset Protection and the Regional Vice President (RVP) of DC Operations. They are responsible for directing and coordinating the AP Department efforts and initiatives in partnership with DC Operators and Cross – Functional teams to achieve maximum effectiveness in controlling loss within their assigned Region. The Sr APM oversees the management and development of a team of DC Associate Asset Protection Manager(s) (APM) and oversees the AP Operations of approximately 10 Distribution Centers. They are held accountable for all investigations, controllable lines of shrink, cost of risk, training and assessments to ensure operational and procedural compliance.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Implement strategy in partnership with the RVP to execute programs which support areas of profitability, inventory excellence and business continuity
  • Recruit, hire, lead and develop a team of DC Associate Asset Protection Manager(s) (APM)
  • Manage Region Shrink and Outlier Program to include analyzing trends, determining root cause, devising improvement strategies and providing recommendations to address opportunities and gaps in execution in partnership with the APMs and Operators  
  • Present findings (patterns and trends) and proposed solutions to executive leadership
  • Perform DC Visits in assigned Region to analyze business operations and ensure policy and procedural compliance
  • Participate in Regional and Corporate Supply Chain AP training both in person or via telephone
  • Participate in Regional and Corporate Supply Chain calls as necessary, to strengthen partnerships and improve the overall awareness of the AP Department’s efforts and initiatives
  • Manage activity of the APM(s) in the Region to include investigations, audits, personal development and other duties as assigned
  • Direct oversight of investigations relating to internal theft, external theft, fraud and policy violations
  • Assist in coordination of physical security programs (alarms, CCTV, access control, metal detectors, x-ray etc.)

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strong leadership skills – strategic, proactive and growth minded
  • Ability to lead diverse teams towards common goals
  • Strong partnership, interpersonal and collaboration skills
  • Strong business and financial acumen
  • Proficient knowledge of accepted internal investigation processes and methodologies in a distribution center environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Must be self-motivated with highly-effective time management skills
  • Must have solid conflict management skills with the ability to work alone in stressful situations
  • Must have proficient project planning skills, including the ability to organize, prioritize and control job responsibilities to meet deadlines in an environment with overlapping and potentially conflicting priorities

Minimum Requirements:

  • 5-8+ years of asset protection experience
  • 5+ years of multi-unit or Distribution Center experience
  • Pass extensive background check
  • Ability to work nights, evenings and weekends appropriate to business needs
  • Certified in Wicklander/Zulawski methodologies on interview and interrogation techniques are required. Certified Forensic Interviewer preferred.
  • Up to 75% overnight travel may be required to complete the requirements associated with this position

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university; or five years multi-unit related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Master in Business Administration preferred

Compensation Range

94,900.00 USD - 110,700.00 USD

Benefits Information

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