Regional Loss Prevention Manager

Loss Prevention City of Industry, California


Oversees the implementation of Loss Prevention initiatives for stores within a regional area.  This area can include up to 150 Torrid stores.  This position reports to the Director, Loss Prevention. This position will be based out of Southern California


  • Ensures stores meet all shrink control procedures.
  • Tracks store LP audit performance and assist with creating action steps to improve results.
  • Partners with Store Operations to create and implement LP initiatives.
  • Assists Regional Directors, District Managers, stores and members of the LP Team to identify potential LP issues.
  • Trains store and district employees on LP policies and procedures.
  • Promotes a climate of LP awareness at the store level.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • 4 to 5 years LP experience in a multi-unit environment
  • Proven ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Strong investigative and interviewing skills.
  • Strong communication skills including ability to work in a team environment, give honest, direct feedback and is a solid verbal and written communicator.
  • Meets deadlines, prioritizes appropriately, copes well with change, and maintains composure under pressure.
  • Is accountable for results, approaches obstacles proactively and looks for ways to resolve problems and issues.          
  • A collaborative environment without the red tape. Our open floor plan and strict “No Assistants Necessary” policy means everyone from our receptionists to our CEO are just a few footsteps away!
  • A competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, 401k and paid time off. Our benefits packages are designed to be flexible to fit your needs with optional coverage for family members – including pets!
  • All the usual suspects, including a generous employee discount, access to employee-only sales, on-site café, masseuse, gym, basketball court, and more.

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