Currency Room Teller (Former Employee), Salt Lake City Utah – February 5, 2014
Pros: good health/dental/vision insurance
Cons: crazy hours, underpaid, etc
I have been here for 5 years. Hours are either way long, (50 or more a week) or way short (Barely getting full time hours) and unpredictable. Can never plan events for after work, for you may get off at 3 or 8 pm with no warning. Minimal advancement opportunities at best.
Account Manager (Current Employee), Coppell, TX – February 2, 2014
This place lacks effective communication from top and it trinkles down to floor. There's no training for new employees. Management has no clue on how to resolve issues therefore leaving you to get yelled and screamed about from the vendors. When asking for help about this on several occasions all I got was the runaround. I can't work in a place that – more... can't help or won't let me succeed. I've came home every night growing more and more frustrated. – less
Armored Car Messenger (Former Employee), Hammond, IN – January 27, 2014
Pros: pay, benefits, overtime
Cons: long work days, no job security
Good job with decent benefits and pay raise scale. There is overtime if you want it and the days fly by. Great job, great people overall. Management has the habit of turning over very often, but when ever money is involved any were that happens a lot. Job security is iffy, being that brinks is contract based and other companies can, will and often do – more... under cut brinks. – less
Currency clerk (Former Employee), San Bernardino – January 14, 2014
Pros: 401k match
Cons: pay, no pt benefits, busy, no ot, no holiday pay
I worked here for a few months and I want another job already. The pay is good if you are taking care of yourself. I am PT and I don't get any benefits. They try to keep you at a certain amount of hours per week unless they ask you to stay over. When you do stay it's not time and a half. Work holiday for regular pay, Its hard to get overtime. The machines – more... are old. Hope you have a good supervisor because mine was too busy doing other stuff. – less
Driver (Current Employee), Dayton, Ohio – January 13, 2014
Pros: learning new routes to different places.
Cons: no real ending time. management will lie to you.
Everyday you get to work pre trip your truck for the day. Figure out the route for the day. Get to each stop on the route in a timely safe manner. Watch over your partner for the day, making sure he/she are safe while on a stop.
Driver (Former Employee), Chesapeake, VA – January 12, 2014
Pros: the joy of driving.
Arriving at work early in the morning to open the facility I helped set up the routes for operation. My immediate supervisor depended on me to be available for this necessity. Reviewing the orders for delivery prior to departure for the routes was a requirement to ensure customer satisfaction. It was a real pleasure to know and work closely with these – more... highly motivated people - We DEPENDED on each other. Trust was vital. At times traffic would inhibit our delivery times, however our proactive communication enabled us, as a unit, to overcome these occurrences and still fulfill our dedication to our clients. The greatest satisfaction I derived from the job was knowing I was making a difference. – less
COIN CLERK (Former Employee), Syracuse, NY – January 9, 2014
Pros: great benefits, good management, awsome associates
MY DAILY ROUTINE WAS TO LOAD DIFFERENT DENOMINATIONS INTO MACHINE TO BE ROLLED IN PLASTIC ROLLING.I WOULD OPERATE FORKLIFT TO LOAD AND UNLOAD THE INCOMEING SHIPMENTS OF CURRENCY.CLEAN THE TRUCKS.KEEP INVENTORY ON ALL DENOMINATIONS THAT WOULD COME INTO THE COIN ROOM