Brink is a great place to work that teaches a person responsibilty as well as time management.
Driver (Current Employee), Portland, OR – March 10, 2013
Pros: health benefits, lunch time taken at your discreation.
A typical day as Brinks would include a sign in. Then I would check the truck with a complete inspection, proceed to load the truck and head out to the stops on route. There are usually about 30-40 stops a day, which have to be done within a certain time limit. There is a mensenger that rides along with me to process each stop. Once all the stops have – more... been completed, I head back to base to unload the packages and take full inventory. The hardest part about my job is working through traffic to make the time constraints for each stop. What I enjoy the most about my job are my co-workers. They are helpfull and good company. – less
cashier (Former Employee), London – September 27, 2012
Pros: being responsible for large amount of cash
Cons: no interaction with customers
I would usually clock in a 8am and start sorting notes into different amount ready to be picked up by the delivery driver. I learned alot about counterfeit notes and also how to count large amount of cash with precision.I got along with the management and co-workers really well. The hardest part of my job was no contact with customers as we where locked – more... in a warehouse and had to stay inside for most of the shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was being around so much cash at such a young age and also learning about all the different currencies. – less
Provided excellent sales training and coaching experince.
Security Consultant (Former Employee), Marietta, GA – September 20, 2012
Pros: great sales training.
Mondays were designated for sales training and field training. Company provided leads and scheduled appointments and required consultants to generate their own leads. Part of the day was spent on appointments and prospecting. Through this experience I learned valuable sales training that would be helpful in the years to come. Co-workers were good team – more... players with a competitive spirit as well as management. The most difficult part of the job was making enough sales to cover cost. The most enjoyable part however was the team spirit. – less
Currency clerk 1 (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – September 8, 2012
Pros: learn advace
Cons: short breaks, healthcare
Absolutely amazing working with such a great company in nationwide. Learned lot from basic cash handling to advance system in large volume of cash handling. Management are always there for any trouble or problem to help employe. All co-workers work together for complete daily task. always being armed employee is tough to get through the task on busy – more... working day, but end of the day when everything get done makes it complete day at the work. – less
Level I, Level II Installation Technician (Former Employee), Marietta, GA – September 6, 2012
Pros: company truck tools and materials provided
Cons: don't always follow through with promotions
Experienced most of my time in telecom field and learned most of my skills with this company. Company does take pride in customer service and quality of work. However work hard but pay not commensurate to the work that you do.
Challenging job dealing with both businesses and general public
Sales Consultant (Former Employee), Plymouth MN – September 5, 2012
Fast paced enviroment involving prospecting for new leads. Setting up appointments to meet with potential client. Presenting a 30min scripted presentation then designing a security system to meet customer needs.
Armored Truck Driver/Guard (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – August 28, 2012
adaptability to change in all environments,and able to processes and priorities,be dependable and punctual, extremely strong problem solving takes direction and then performs the task and constant process improvement manpower efficiency and do what it takes.
Air Courier Clerk (Current Employee), Louisville, KY – August 21, 2012
Guard valuable packages before delivery to appropriate plane for final destination. Deliver guarded packages to assigned plane to meet departure time. Detailed sorting of expensive packages according to address of destination city. Annually travel to International Jewelry Show in Las Vegas, Nevada to guard vendors and their merchandise. Receive and – more... deliver expensive jewelry from airport, to Brink’s Office and to the conference center. Escort vendors and jewelry back and forth from conference center to undisclosed location to secure merchandise until next showing. – less