National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 Version 1.0
- 6 - Sales and service occupations
- 65 - Sales and service support occupations
- 653 - Support occupations in cleaning and related services
- 6532 - Service support and related occupations
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.
- 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
- 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)
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
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