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Seasonal Target Protection Specialist

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Target Denver , CO 80208

Posted 2 months ago

Description: As part of our collaborative and guest-obsessed team, you help us create an experience that makes guests say "I love Target!" When you work at Target, youre helping every family discover the joy in everyday life.

We work hard to make every shopping trip frictionless, fun and rewarding. Our seasonal Target Protection Specialists help create that experience during each and every guest interaction. As a seasonal Target Protection Specialist, you are responsible for the physical security and safety of your store team and guests by providing a presence on Target property. You will use guest service to support a preventative theft culture.

Qualifications:
Must be at least 18 years of age or older.

Welcoming and helpful attitude toward guests and other team members. Effective written and verbal communication skills, able to communicate clearly and effectively in all situations. Able to access all areas of the building to respond to guest and team member issues.

Able to work both independently and as part of a team. Able to manage workload and prioritize tasks independently.



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Seasonal Target Protection Specialist

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