All vacancies are posted on our web site. Our head office includes departments such as Human Resources, Finance, Accounting, Operations, Sales & Marketing, IT, Call Centre and Customer Service.
All of our branches accept applications throughout the year. If you would like to find out about specific locations, please see the link to Career Opportunities.
Inquiry About Submitted Applications
Thank you for your application. We do not call all of our applicants. You are welcome to contact the Brink’s Canada branch closest to your residence. For a complete list of our locations, please see the Contact Us section”
An “Authorization to Carry” or “ATC” is provided upon completion of the in-house Brink’s Firearms Training. It is different than your PAL (Possession & Acquisition License).
Except for the Province of Quebec, no you do not. If hired, we provide internal world–class training.
For most road jobs, a valid Firearms License for restricted and non-restricted is required. In order to obtain this, there may be certain federal age requirements. (For more information, please visit: www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca/info_for-renseignement/Licensing/default_e.asp)
A Guard is a person assigned to a crew for the specific purpose of protecting company personnel, the shipments and property for which the company is responsible.
The hiring process requires a full background check. You will need to be bondable and have a clean background history.
We require a copy of your Driver’s Abstract due to driving being part of the hourly road jobs. You will be asked if you had any driving convictions in the last 5 years for which a pardon has not been granted.
Licenses and Permits
The acronym P.A.L. stands for Possession and Acquisition License and is a renewable license. As a general rule, applicants must have passed the Canadian Firearms Safety Course in order to obtain one. Both the restricted and non-restricted courses and license must be obtained in order to be employed for most road jobs. (For more information, please visit : www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca/info_for-renseignement/Licensing/default_e.asp)
The Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) was developed in partnership with the provinces and territories, national organizations with an ongoing interest in firearms safety, and many firearms and hunter education course instructors from across Canada. This course was developed to meet the mandatory requirements set out in the Criminal Code of Canada. (For more information, please visit : www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca/safety-surete/safety_course_e.asp)
In accordance with the Firearms Act, a new firearms safety course focusing on restricted firearms (primarily handguns) was developed and implemented. The legislation stipulates that individuals wishing to acquire restricted and/or prohibited firearms must take the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) and the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the tests OR challenge and pass the CFSC and the CRFSC tests without taking either course. (For more information, please visit: http://www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca/safety-surete/safety_restricted_e.asp)
The responsibility for course delivery rests with each province and territory. To obtain contact information for your province or territory please visit: www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca/safety-surete/contacts_e.asp. You can also phone 1-800-731-4000 for a list of local Instructors.
Yes, you are able to apply while it is in process.
The cost is approximately $130-180, depending on the province, for both the non-restricted and restricted safety course, plus $80-90 for the application fee for your actual license.
You require a regular “G” license in Ontario, a “Class 3” for Quebec and a “Full Class 5” for all other Provinces. Employees may be trained in various job functions including driving.
You can go to the nearest Driver’s Licensing Office or Kiosk to obtain one. It must not be older than three months when hired.
No convictions of serious traffic violations. Applications will be reviewed on an individual basis. You may be required to provide proof or clarity.
Includes but not limited to; a clean driver’s abstract, physically fit to lift various weight of cash & coin, a clean background check, and the willingness to wear a uniform and abide by our uniform & appearance policy.
PAL has replaced the terminology of FAC. (Firearms Authorization Certificate)
In accordance with the Firearms Act, a new firearms safety course focusing on restricted firearms (primarily handguns) was developed and implemented. The legislation stipulates that individuals wishing to acquire restricted and/or prohibited firearms must take the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) and the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) and pass the tests.
Having this background can assist you in your role. However, Brink’s Canada has specific internal training.
Following a conditional offer of employment, all candidates are required to attend a pre-placement medical examination to protect your health and safety.
PAL is required for most of our road jobs. In branch jobs may not require one. The job description will state the requirements.
About the Job
Each branch has specific needs depending on their business routine. To find out more details of work hours for your schedule, please contact the branch in which you will apply and inquire at that time.
The hourly road jobs involve being on your feet for extended periods of time, heavy lifting and/or sitting for long periods of time if driving, driving an 11 tonne truck, entering and exiting the truck 20 to 100 times daily, frequently lifting and carrying loads of about 35 lbs, pushing/pulling loads from 35 lbs to 300 lbs, bending/crouching/stooping/stair climbing and reaching at and above shoulder level. Restrictions which may prevent you from performing the job safely and dependably with or without accommodation will be examined.
The jobs require you to carry a firearm, drive an armoured truck in all weather related conditions, cope with an emergency should an attempted robbery occur and use good judgment when determining how to respond in an emergency. You must be able to make sudden decisions, and respond quickly in specific situations. Cognitive/psychological restrictions which may prevent you from performing the job safely and dependably with or without accommodation will be examined.
Brink’s Canada provides exceptional in-house training specific to job roles.
Most road employees are in a unionized environment and have various pay levels. Please contact the branch you wish to apply at. They will discuss rate of pay in further detail.
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