National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 Version 1.0


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65329 - Other service support occupations

Workers in other service support occupations perform a range of services. They are employed in a wide variety of establishments: places of employment are usually indicated in the job title.

  • Illustrative example(s)

    • beauty salon attendant
    • car jockey
    • cloakroom attendant
    • door attendant (except hotel)
    • funeral home attendant
    • fur storage attendant
    • hotel valet
    • laundromat attendant
    • parking lot attendant
    • shoe shiner
    • tanning salon attendant
    • theatre usher
    • ticket taker
    • toll booth attendant

    All examples

  • Exclusion(s)

    • Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport (See 65211 Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport)
    • Other services supervisors (See 62029 Other services supervisors)
  • Main duties

    This group performs some or all of the following duties:

    Beauty salon attendants

    • Shampoo, condition and dry customers' hair and assist hair stylists as directed
    • Keep work areas clean.

    Door attendants

    • Assist persons entering or leaving residential buildings, theatres and similar establishments
    • May call taxis and assist with parcels.

    Funeral home attendants

    • Drive hearses
    • Arrange lights and floral displays
    • Escort mourners and act as pallbearers
    • Clean funeral parlours and chapels.

    Laundromat attendants

    • Replenish vending machines
    • Provide change
    • Explain operation of machines to customers
    • Clean the laundromat and arrange for the repair of broken machines
    • May wash, dry and fold laundry for customers
    • May operate dry cleaning machines for customers.

    Parking lot attendants and car jockeys

    • Collect parking fees and issue ticket stubs
    • Direct customers to parking spaces and park cars.

    Ticket takers and ushers

    • Collect admission tickets or passes from patrons at entertainment events and direct patrons to their seats.

    Other workers in this group

    • Perform services specific to the establishments in which their occupations are found.
  • Employment requirements

    • There are no specific education requirements for occupations in this unit group.
    • A valid driver's licence is required for some occupations in this unit group, such as funeral attendant and car jockey.
    • Drone pilots with a maximum takeoff drone weight of 25 kilograms must pass an online exam (small basic exam) and for takeoff weight of above 25 kilograms, they must pass an online exam (small advanced exam) and an in-person flight review with Transport Canada to get their Drone pilot certificate-advanced operations.
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