Meaningful Work Gets Done At Canadian Bank Note Company
PICTURED ABOVE: One small example of Canadian Bank Note Company's products that millions of people around the world use every single day.Colin Brown, a Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist for Canadian Bank Note Company says the best part about working for the company is the meaningful work that employees are involved with. Why is this something you want candidates to see? Have you ever thought of the amount of business development, project management, graphic and software/system design, development, implementation, support and maintenance goes into something like this? We hire almost any skill set imaginable. We provide payment, identification systems, border management systems, charitable gaming solutions and much, much more to over 30 countries around the world! What type of candidates will appreciate this? One that wants to be a part of a professional "family". One that connects with our corporate philosophy and core principles. One that wants to perform meaningful work that impacts millions of people around the world in a supportive, collaborative and proud environment. Anything else you want to share? Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Visit my profile here on CAREEREALISM to find me on social media. Want to learn more about working for Canadian Bank Note Company? Visit Colin Brown's recruiter profile on CAREEREALISM to learn more about him and his open positions. CLICK his profile photo to see more.
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