Redner's Warehouse Markets
To maintain adequate security levels in their region as well as conducting internal and external theft investigations.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1) Maintain a professional working relationship with all Redner’s employees and customers.
2) Actively encourage other employees to be observant for potential losses.
3) Understand fully both Civil and Criminal Laws as well as any Local Requirements set by the Police or District Justice.
4) To investigate all internal incidents of theft, cashier shortages, receiver shortages, or any \other losses that will effect company shrink.
5) To travel to all stores within an assigned distance of their residence.
6) Maintain the highest level of confidentiality for all cases being currently investigated or cases investigated in the past.
7) Prepare and maintain accurate reports on incidents in which you are involved.
8) Contact Director of Security and Loss Prevention or other LP Agents if question arise.
9) Prevent or apprehend individuals who commit acts of theft, and immediately notify the authorities.
10) Represent Redner’s Markets in a professional manner and set an example for all associates to follow at all times.
11) Abide and enforce all company policies as stated in the Employee Handbook.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
1) Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
2) Full understanding of Civil and Criminal Laws set by the Police and/or District Justice.
3) The ability to apprehend individuals in a calm and professional manner with using as little force as absolutely necessary.
4) The ability to conduct an investigation in an efficient and professional manner.
Redner's Warehouse Markets
Fax : 610-926-6327
Website : http://www.rednersmarkets.com/
In 1940, at the age of 16, Earl Redner started his career in the food business with the Grand Union Tea Company in Middletown, New York. His first job was potato bagger and stoker of the furnace. He spent the next 29 years working for Grand Union and during his time there, worked in various positions including assistant store manager, district sales manager, division grocery sales manager, and superintendent of stores in Washington, D.C. He still holds the Grand Union record for youngest manager, district store manager, and store superintendent. In 1968, Earl began his quest for a new challenge. His wife, Mary, played a major role in his decision because of her faith in his ability and her contribution of the financial resources to start the business. Mary has a Master's Degree in Education and taught school all the years of their marriage, except when their children were very young. In March 1970, the couple combined Mary's savings account and Earl's Grand Union stock and pension money to buy two small supermarkets near Reading, Pennsylvania. At first, the couple had no plans to add more stores, but after enjoying success from the very start, they decided to expand the company for two reasons. Firstly, when the couple's adult sons, Richard and Gary, decided to make the food business their career, it was obvious that expansion was necessary to support three families and to create potential for personal growth. Secondly, the Redners are employee-oriented and wanted to provide more career opportunities for their employees.