Driver/Messenger (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – October 16, 2017
Must be to do the following
• Delivered and picked up valuables at a customer’s location. • Maintained radio communication with the vehicle crew and dispatched personnel to ensure a secure transaction. • Maintained the highest degree of security and control of the customer shipments at all times. • Remained alert and prepared at all times, not only protecting the crew or premises against attack, but also watching for the accidental mishandling of packages that might result in a loss. • Reconciled all customer deposits and receipts of valuables worth over 5 million dollars; handled in a timely manner throughout daily scheduled runs.
Operations Supervisor- Money Processing (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – September 19, 2017
I like working at Brinks because you stayed busy all day long.
I like dealing with the employees and customer. if the customer had a problem with there deposits. I would research the transaction to see what happen and then get back with the customer before the end of business day.
Driver (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – September 18, 2017
The Job is about your safety and the safety of others. While driving around with large amount of currency your life is always on the line. The only thing that I feel should have been looked at more was the pay rate. But when u need a job you have to follow the rules.
Brinks is one of the most unorganized, dysfunctional companies I've ever worked for. The managers have no authority. The HR department is more concerned with keeping troubled employees than backing the general manager and the management staff. The hours suck and the environment is beyond stressful. No one wants to take responsibility for anything that's wrong so they all pass the blame on to different departments. The people are reactive not proactive and if you work hard you get to do everyone's job while they slack off.
Coin Logistic (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 6, 2017
In the beginning the job was great and I didn't mind coming and doing my job or helping others. Then the changed management and fired alot of good management and now they can't keep people there, new management made working there horrible. The pay is horriable and the benifits are high.
Very stressful at times dealing with large amounts of money.
Messenger/Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 6, 2017
The Job was nice. At times it could get hard because of the crimanls that wanted the money that we were transporting. The hardest part of the job was constantly watching your back and looking over your shoulder. My management was great and very helpful. I really enjoyed work when it was time to get off and making it back safely.
Currency Processor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 5, 2017
I was laid off this job 25 years ago. We had to process money for major client from their different store locations. At times it was high pace because a deadline had to be met; depended on how much money you had to process. At end of day, all currency processed by all employees was consolidated, packed and shipped to bank.
easy work, learn counting large sums of money, company would treat us for lunch or hoildays and did receive quarterly bonuses..
Messenger/Driver (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 3, 2017
The lead cashier position is responsible for maintaining guest service as per company standard, is responsible for the efficient expedition of all guest transactions as well as ensuring guest satisfaction at the service desk and proper control of all cash and media materials in a superstore.
The Job itself is awesome, but the management is a joke, no one is held accountable and its a free for all for the employees. If you call HR they never do anything to fix the problems an it continues to get worse.
Cash Processor Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 28, 2017
The city manager is falsify information to new hires. There is no set hours. There is balance between home life and work life. Its a dirty environment and there is know team. Some people act like they're bullies.
Desktop Engineer (Former Employee) – HQ – August 25, 2017
Too many hands in the cookie jar. IT is decentralized. No clear direction on how to accomplish their goals, which are fluid to begin with. Organized chaos most of the time. Coworkers were fine. They are on a road and along way to go. Not sure where the road is heading.I wish them the best of luck.
Cash Logistics Cash Logistic Supervisor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 21, 2017
Brinks is a good company to work for but as many companies its a on going changing environment depending on you as a individual do the changes meets your needs . Brinks is a fast pace company and hard work but enjoyable at the same time and you learn a lot about the flow of cash.
Driver/Messenger (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 21, 2017
good customer service, delivering liability to banks, retail stores, keeping coworkers safe while driving the armor truck, management always on point, the work environment is fun because you always out on the road .