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Ground Courier Msgr - USGS

Brink's, Incorporated New York, NY

• Delivers and picks up customer shipments and liability in coordination with Customer Service and other BGS locations while maintaining Brink’s… Glassdoor

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Brink's, Incorporated Charleston, WV

• Maintain security of the vault and control access of personnel into the vault • Maintain all… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Diesel Mechanic

Brink's, Incorporated Annapolis Junction, MD

If you have the background and integrity we require and are looking for a challenging opportunity, we hope you will consider employment with Brink’s… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Route Logistics Coordinator

Brink's, Incorporated Columbia, SC

The Route Logistics Coordinator is the primary point of contact for customers and is responsible for optimizing routes, coordinating field operations… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Finance Manager - Procurement

Brink's, Incorporated Richmond, VA

• Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills. Experience with Emptoris… Glassdoor

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Customer Service Representative

Brink's, Incorporated Coppell, TX

If you have the background and integrity we require and are looking for a challenging opportunity, we hope you will consider employment with Brink’s… Glassdoor

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Customer Service Rep - Reconciliation Clerk

Brink's, Incorporated Coppell, TX

• Research credits and duplicate credits • Manage day-to-day customer requests, service… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Oracle Trainer

Brink's, Incorporated Miami, FL

• Work with the Change Management and Training Lead and the Finance Department to identify… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Manager Route Logistics-Brooklyn

Brink's, Incorporated New York, NY

Manager - Route Logistics are responsible for managing drivers, messengers and guards and operations outside the facility, typically including up to… Glassdoor

18 days ago

Coin Room Machine Operator

Brink's, Incorporated OH - Cincinnati Coin +2 locations

The Coin Room Machine Operator is responsible for running coin machines or supporting the operating process and properly verifying and accounting for… Glassdoor

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    Substandard in every way! Shocking when compared to the risks

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    Former Employee - Armed Guard & Driver in Saint Louis, MO (US)
    Former Employee - Armed Guard & Driver in Saint Louis, MO (US)

    I worked at Brink's, Incorporated part-time (more than 3 years)


    There is nothing that is a positive which you could not gain at any other employer. This is really sad to consider when you realize people who have worked here have lost their lives. And for what ? looking like law enforcement without any of the law enforcement type benefits.... shameful.


    10 dollars an hour... well below what Fedex, Mailmen, UPS, Port-o-potty Cleaners, Shred it, Garbage men, and Tow Truck drivers make in income, despite the jobs being basically the same. O and guess what they usually don't get shot at as often as we do. This should summarize the shenanigans you will face with this company if you take a job with them.

    Horrible work hours with no over time pay. Stinky annual pay raises which suggest they care little.

    Managers who act like enlish and sadi royalty. Adding to this is a corporate and company culture that operates just like they did in the 1950's, because hey it worked then why shouldn't it work now? Well look at why the American auto industry failed in the 1970-80 for that answer. Furthermore, this culture views its staff with venomous suspicion and firmly believes that its staff is lazy and unworthy of anything. Then they wonder why they can't fill positions or get people to pick up open shifts. Hello your the cause of that problem.

    Training is scary because there is little of it. Then they throw people into the position who realize quickly the millions they pick up are now in their under-educated hands. This coupled with the fact that you have no back up when your out picking up millions, leads to high turnover. Most educated and better off individuals who don't have an infinity with weapons or killing people, usually leave within the first six months; in addition, Brinks seems to be proud of their revolving door spinning to the point it falls off, because they do absolutely nothing to promote an experienced work force.

    There really is to much to list about how bad things are. It is a job if you need one, but it isn't worth your life. You will be shock when you take the job and realize how little this industry regards the risk to your life, your partners life, or safety that you will face constantly.

    You'r better off anywhere else.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Increase the pay, increase the training, bring back three man crews, make a better training program, make Field Training Officers who get Incentives for doing well, stop killing us with needless paper work, incorporate technology into what we do, bring back shotguns and arm us with Rifles, actually train your staff on the "use of force continuum," this would reduce lawsuits and give your staff more confidence in when they can/cant use force, and start creating schedules that allow us to have lives outside of work.

    All in all you have a lot of work to do, stop neglecting us.

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