6621- Service station attendants

Canada NOC: 
Job Title: 

Service station attendants

Job Description: 

Service station attendants employed in automotive service stations sell fuel and other automotive products and perform such services as fuelling, cleaning, lubricating and performing minor repairs to motor vehicles. Those employed in marinas sell fuel, rent boats and related equipment, and maintain marina facilities.

Main Duties: 

Automotive service station attendants perform some or all of the following duties:

Refuel vehicles
Perform minor service and maintenance such as washing the windshield, checking fluid levels and air pressure, and replacing parts such as tires, light bulbs and windshield-wiper blades
Receive payment from customers
Perform minor property maintenance duties such as sweeping service station lot, trimming shrubs, scrubbing service bays and painting curbs
May pick up and deliver customers' cars for service station automotive repair department.
Marina service station attendants perform some or all of the following duties:

Refuel boats
Pump boat's marine septic system
Rent boats, life jackets and other equipment and record rental data
Receive payment from customers
Maintain dock area and marina facilities and assist in seasonal moving of ramps and docks.

Employment Requirements: 

Some secondary school education is usually required.
Propane and natural gas pump attendants may require an operator's licence.

Classified Elsewhere: 

Auto technicians (in 7321 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers)
Self-serve gas bar cashiers (in 6611 Cashiers)
Service station managers (in 0621 Retail and wholesale trade managers)
Service station supervisors (in 6211 Retail sales supervisors)

International Careers(ISCO): 
Source Of Info: 

National Occupation Classification, (2011)

Statistics Canada and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada,

February 2012,

Catalogue no. 12-583-X