Operador Camion Blindado San Juan

San Juan, PR, Puerto Rico
Full Time
Student (High School)

Descripción de Labores


  1. Autoridad y Supervisión
    • Ejercerá supervisión inmediata sobre la tripulación de su carro blindado mientras se encuentre en el recorrido establecido.
    • Se asegurará por que los miembros de la tripulación desempeñen sus respectivos deberes en forma adecuada con especial énfasis en la seguridad y eficiencia.
  2. Deberes y Responsabilidades Esenciales

Se incluyen pero no se limita a los siguientes. Entendiéndose por esto, que otros deberes y responsabilidades, así como tareas operaciones pueden ser asignados.

    • Será responsable de seguir todos los procedimientos establecidos en el Manual para Empleados y en el proceso de Operacion de Camion Blindado y manejo de valores.
  1. Calificaciones

Los  requisitos señalados a continuación son representativos de los conocimientos, capacidades y habilidades requeridas para ello.

    • Iniciativa
    • Trabajo bajo presión
    • Utilizar buen juicio y criterio propio
    • Responsable, organizado y puntual
    • Habilidad para interactuar con personal de la banca y comercio
    • Completa disponibilidad a trabajar los 7 días a la semana
  1. Educación, Licencias, Certificaciones y Experiencia
    • Graduado de Escuela Superior
    • Licencia de Guardia de Seguridad
    • Licencia para Portar Armas de Fuego
    • Licencia para Conducir Vehículos Pesados
    • Experiencia Custodiando Valores
    • Licencia de Comisión Servicios Públicos
    • Calificación anual en el manejo de armas y tiro al blanco
  1. Habilidades de Lenguaje

Es indispensable capacidad para leer, analizar e interpretar documentos de recibo y entrega de valores y servicios relacionados a la industria de la banca y movimientos de valores.

  1. Escritura

La buena escritura, con características claras y limpias son necesarias. Los documentos de movimiento de valores requieren de escritura clara y precisa para su identificación y archivo.

  1. Demandas Físicas

Se requerirá que recoja, levante o mueva bultos con pesos que aproximan las 50 libras.




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