How To Apply For Jobs At SBV Services

SBV Services is a company that provides cash management solutions, such as cash-in-transit, ATM replenishment and cash processing services. SBV stands for “Security and Building Services,” as the company was initially founded to provide security services but has since expanded its offerings.

With over 30 processing centres, over 700 armoured vehicles and 6,400 employees, SBV Services is the trusted and preferred partner of the banking industry. 

They have a range of job opportunities in different fields.

Here are some of the types of jobs they offer:

  • Cash-in-transit guards
  • ATM replenishment officers
  • Cash processing officers
  • Technical support officers
  • Management staff
  • Administrative staff
  • Human resources managers
  • Financial advisors

How To Apply For Jobs At SBV

  1. Visit the SBV Services Careers website
  2. Visit their ‘careers portal’.
  3. Browse the available jobs.
  4. If you see a job vacancy you’re interested in, click on it
  5. If you want to apply for the job, scroll to the bottom and click ‘Apply now’
  6. Fill in your personal details and contact information and make sure that it is correct.
  7. Upload the latest version of your CV.
  8. Click on ‘submit’.
  9. Wait for a response.

If you have not received a response within 30 days, it is likely that your application was unsuccessful.

SBV Services operates throughout South Africa and also has a presence in other African countries, such as Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

The company places a strong emphasis on security and safety in its operations, as its services involve the transportation and handling of large amounts of cash and valuables. SBV Services employs well-trained and vetted personnel, who are equipped with state-of-the-art security systems and technology to ensure the safe and secure transportation of cash and valuables.

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The company has various corporate social investment initiatives aimed at empowering and uplifting disadvantaged communities in South Africa, such as providing educational support, skills development and healthcare services.