Loomis US Detroit, MI, USA
May 16, 2019Full time
The Armored Service Technician also known as driver/guard or messenger/guard is responsible for the safe and timely delivery of cash and coin to Loomis customers, as well as the loading and balancing of ATM machines along your route. If you enjoy meeting customers and the freedom of working outside an office while wearing the uniform of one of the most respected companies in the field, this may be the opportunity for you. As part of the Loomis team, employees are expected to meet company objectives in the areas of performance, safety, and quality. Associates are expected to comply with all corporate and site-specific policies. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES Driving automatic and/or standard shift vehicles from 8,000 to 26,000 pounds GVW in accordance with a designated route or as dictated by branch management. Servicing ATM machines, including re-supplying replenishing, retrieving deposits, and monetarily balancing the machine. Servicing Smart Safes and Recyclers following customer and/or manufacturer’s instructions. Picking up/delivering customer change orders/deposits carrying a minimum of 50 pounds by hand or up to several hundred pounds by cart, in accordance with a designated route or as dictated by branch management. Loading/unloading vehicle cargo consisting of multiple bags and boxes of coins, weighing as much as 50 pounds per item, 5-6 days per week. Counting items, using the PDA and/or proper paperwork if applicable, recording amounts and serial numbers, signing and dating receipts and manifests, sorting individual cargo items by route. Communicating with customers verbally on-site and via telephone and two-way radio to report emergencies and approach to Loomis facility. And other duties assigned. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: Ability to repeatedly perform heavy lifting and carrying items by hand in an unrestricted manner for significant distances (several yards). Ability to push/pull dollies/carts loaded with cargo weighing up to several hundred pounds. Unrestricted ability to bend, stoop, squat, stand, walk, climb, twist, turn and reach out. Ability to operate a motor vehicle safely in accordance with Driver Physical Qualifications established by the US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration. Ability to read and speak the English language sufficiently to converse with general public, to understand highway traffic signs and signals in the English language, to respond to official inquires, and to make entries on reports and records. Ability to sign and record numbers by hand. Ability to count, record, add, subtract, and balance columns of numbers. Ability to operate large automatic shift vehicles. Ability to meet state requirements for handgun license/permit or Security Officer Commission. Good attendance and punctuality. Ability to interact constantly with co-workers, customers, and the general public. Ability to handle change in sequence and routine on short notice. WORKING CONDITIONS : Full-time schedule possibly consisting of an average of 50 hours/week. Full-time work at a minimum of 5 days anytime during a 7-day period. Approximately 90-95 percent of work performed in vehicle within individual compartments (front and rear). Exposure to wet and dry conditions, extreme heat and cold, constant vehicle and traffic noise and possibly to gasoline/diesel fumes.