Job Summary: This individual will provide a safe working and shopping experience to patrons of Scheels through the reduction and deterrence of loss. The Loss Prevention Investigator will assist all Scheels\u2019 associates in fulfilling Scheels customer service and safety standards; while maintaining a discreet, professional, presence in Scheels stores. Essential Job Functions : Reduce and deter external loss through means of floor surveillance and monitoring closed circuit camera systems. Poses the ability to identify and apprehend external subjects for theft when all Scheels 5 Imperatives have been met. Develop positive work relationships with state and federal law enforcement agencies. Reduce and deter internal loss through means of floor surveillance, monitoring closed circuit camera systems, and auditing\/reviewing a variety of exception reports. Conduct successful non-confrontation interviews with external or internal patrons of Scheels. Assist the leadership team in enforcing all policies and procedures. Create a safe working and shopping environment by completing daily\/weekly\/monthly safety facility evaluations. Contribute to a work environment that fosters pride in being part of a winning team and promotes personal growth Ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and\/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and\/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Scheels cares about the health and safety of our Associates. Associates are expected to follow all safety procedures and perform their job duties in a fashion that minimizes the risk of injury\u00a0 Additional Requirements: Excellent customer service and communication skills (written \/ verbal) Ability to define problems, collect data and establish facts through proper investigations. Ability to systematically complete various tasks with minimal supervision. Strong initiative and vision for continuous improvement Be professional in appearance and attitude Respond with urgency to address project needs Education and Experience: Ideal candidate will have a minimum of High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED) Schedule: Must be flexible to work assigned schedule between 9a.m. and 9p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 11a.m. to 6p.m., Sunday. Schedule may include varied hours, days, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Average hours a week is 20-25 hours Benefits: SCHEELS provides attractive benefits that add value to your compensation package Employee Stock Ownership Program Associate Discount Health & Dental Insurance Short Term & Long Term Disability Insurance Employee Assistance Program Paid Time Off Holiday Pay 401(k)\/Roth(k) Maternity Leave Bereavement Leave
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Three acres of potatoes were the seed for the first SCHEELS store in 1902. Frederick A. Scheel, a German immigrant, used the $300 he earned from that first harvest of potatoes as the down payment on the first SCHEELS, a small hardware and general merchandise store in Sabin, Minnesota. Over the years, SCHEELS opened in surrounding communities, including Fargo, North Dakota, where the Corporate Office is now located. Firmly planted in the hardware business, SCHEELS started adding a small selection of sporting goods to their stores in 1954. Customer interest grew, and more and more sports lines were added with athletic shoes and clothing being introduced to the SCHEELS' product mix in 1972. SCHEELS' first All Sports Superstore opened in Grand Forks, ND in 1989. SCHEELS' Reno/Sparks, Nevada location opened in 2008 and is the World's Largest All Sports Store. Today, SCHEELS is a 26-store operation with stores in 11 states including North Dakota, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Nevada, Utah, and Kansas. Providing SCHEELS' customers with first-class customer service and the world's largest selection of sports, sportswear and footwear are the priorities throughout the organization. Today, Steve D. Scheel, the great grandson of SCHEELS' founder, is the company's Chairman of the Board, and great-great grandson Steve M. Scheel is CEO. Bill Nelson serves as President and oversees SCHEELS’ daily operations of more than 6,000 associates. SCHEELS is an employee-owned, privately held business that owes its consistent success to its empowered associates, leaders and partners who think and make decisions for their individual stores and the entire company.