Armed Guard/Driver (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – May 22, 2014
This job was long hours a day, average 12 to 15, sometimes 7 days a week, management was hard but was very understandable due to the professionlism needed to handle job. I loved my Co- Workers ands would risk my life for any of them. Meet some of the hardest workers at this place. Job was a challenge because you had to risk your life everyday in harsh weather conditions, but was very rewarding for I meet some of my best friends there!
Driver/Guard (Seasonal) (Former Employee) – Smithfield, RI – June 16, 2016
A typical day at work consists of arriving at the designated start time. They have a bad Clock-In policy, wherein you may only clock in 5 minutes prior to your shift start time, and if you're 30 seconds over your start time, you get a late notice. The day proceeds depending on your job, driver, or guard. If driving you have the task of reviewing a vehicle with anywhere from 400K - 800K miles on it, which smells, has poor ventilation/heat/AC, and drives bad. If you're the guard you load the truck after receiving transports. The rest of the day unfolded as it would, people making you wait a half hour to get their money, etc, being stuck in a metal oven in the summer and a freezer in the winter, and you never know when your day is going to end. At this job I learned little that I did not already know, except how to drive the most dangerous vehicle on the road. Management, during my tenure, was an absolute joke. The general supervisor was a fat slob who wore stained shirts and had the overall appearance of a goofball. Shift leaders were hit and miss, depending on their mood and overall attitude of the day. My co-workers... where to begin... Some of the greatest people I've ever met I met through Dunbar. They encompassed 2% of the employees there. The rest were degenerates, pedophiles, criminals, and even washed-up cops who got kicked off the force for abuse of power. The hardest part of the job was probably the toll the trucks took on your body, imagine hitting a speedbump in a metal box with no shocks, I mean, my back was crying after a long day. That, coupled with the poormore... climate control, was the worst. The only enjoyable part of the job was carrying a gun.less
You get to carry a gun
Lowest paying armored trucking company in the business, terrible vehicles, irregular shifts
Armored Guard (Former Employee) – Alabama – September 23, 2013
A day of riding without some watching over your back. Learn too be accountable for others monies. Great management . Co-workers were my eyes and ears at all times. The hardest part was trusting people around you. My most enjoyable part of the job was making it home safely.
Vault Clerk (Former Employee) – Auburn, WA – August 7, 2012
Working at Dunbar is fun if your out in the trucks all day but Being in the vault and hving to deal with the manger was a nightmare! Sometimes you work from 7in the morning to 9 at night if you don't have other things going on in your life this is a great job for you. The best thing about this job is your co-workers.