Service station attendants (NOC 6621)

About this job

Service station attendants who work in service stations:

  • sell fuel and other automotive products
  • offer services such as fuelling, cleaning, lubricating
  • do minor repairs to motor vehicles

Service station attendants who work in marinas:

  • sell fuel, rent boats and related equipment
  • maintain marina facilities
Common job titles
  • attendant, gas bar / service station
  • attendant, propane gas / refueller
  • gas jockey / bus refueler


Automotive service station attendants:

  • refuel vehicles
  • do minor service and maintenance such as washing the windshield, checking fluid levels and air pressure
  • replace parts such as tires, light bulbs and windshield-wiper blades
  • receive payment from customers
  • do 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:

  • 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
  • help with seasonal moving of ramps and docks

Work environment

Key aspects of the work in this occupation:

  • Work takes place in a service station environment.
  • Work also takes place outdoors in various outdoor weather conditions.
  • Workers may be exposed to gas fumes and strong odours in the workplace.

Career paths and resources

Career paths

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