GAS STATION ATTENDANT JOBS IN CANADA
Gas Station Attendants work in automotive gas stations and perform tasks such as selling fuel, doing small repairs to vehicles, greasing automobile parts, washing windshields, replacing tires, selling groceries, and collecting payments.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A GAS STATION ATTENDANT
- Collect money from patrons at a gas station.
- Dispense change.
- Fill up gas tanks if asked.
- Dispense lottery tickets.
- Collect and dispose of trash outside.
- Provide customers with receipts.
- Charge purchases to customers’ credit cards.
- Verify age of customer if they are purchasing alcohol or cigarettes.
- Answer questions and provide directions if needed.
- Lubricate vehicle, change motor oil, add water, install antifreeze, or replace lights or other accessories.
- Repair or replace tires.
- Replace windshield wiper blades.
- Activate fuel pumps.
- Adjust brakes and replace spark plugs.
- Sell food and grocery items.
- Charge or replace batteries.
- Operate car washes.
- Give customers directions.
- Sell prepared food, including deli sandwiches, pizza, hotdogs, and pretzels.
- Prepare daily reports of fuel and oil.
- Wash windshields and check fluid levels and air pressure in tires.
- Clean gas station bathrooms.
- Count money in cash drawers.
- Operate price scanners.
- Sweep and mop floors.
- Call police to report suspicious activity in and around gas station.\