• RETAIL AND WHOLESALE WORKERS

    In this category we can assist to find, Sales Clerks & Cashiers, Retail Sales Supervisors, Inventory Clerks and Retail and Wholesale Buyers.

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  • SALES CLERKS AND CASHIERS

    Cashiers operate cash registers, optical price scanners, computers or other equipment to record and accept payment for the purchase of goods, services and admissions. They are employed in stores, restaurants, theatres, recreational and sports establishments, currency exchange booths, government offices, business offices and other service, retail and wholesale establishments.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Cashiers (NOC 6611)

    • box office cashier
    • cafeteria cashier
    • car park cashier
    • cashier
    • cashier, casino
    • cashier, currency exchange
    • cashier, customer service
    • cashier, hotel
    • cashier, supermarket
    • cashier-wrapper
    • casino cashier
    • convenience store cashier
    • corner store cashier
    • currency exchange cashier
    • customer service cashier
    • dining room cashier
    • food store cashier
    • front desk cashier
    • gas bar attendant, self-serve
    • gas bar cashier, self-serve
    • grocery store cashier
    • groceteria cashier
    • hotel cashier
    • money counter
    • movie theatre cashier
    • office cashier
    • parking lot cashier
    • racetrack cashier
    • restaurant cashier
    • self-serve gas bar attendant
    • self-serve gas bar cashier
    • supermarket cashier
    • theatre cashier
    • ticket seller - cashier

    Cashiers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Greet customers
    • Establish or identify price of goods, services or admission and tabulate total payment required using electronic or other cash register, optical price scanner or other equipment
    • Weigh produce and bulk foods
    • Receive and process payments by cash, cheque, credit card or automatic debit
    • Wrap or place merchandise in bags
    • Provide information to customers
    • Assist sports spectators and theatre patrons with seat selection
    • Calculate foreign currency exchange
    • Calculate total payments received at end of work shift and reconcile with total sales
    • Verify the age of customers when selling lottery tickets, alcohol or tobacco products
    • May accept reservations and take-out orders
    • May also stock shelves and clean check-out counter area.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Some secondary school education is usually required. High school graduation may be required by some employers.
    • Eligibility for bonding may be required.
    • A casino gaming licence may be required for cashiers working in gambling casinos.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Non-regulated
    British Columbia Non-regulated
    Manitoba Non-regulated
    New Brunswick Non-regulated
    Newfoundland and Labrador Non-regulated
    Northwest Territories Non-regulated
    Nova Scotia Non-regulated
    Nunavut Non-regulated
    Ontario Non-regulated
    Prince Edward Island Non-regulated
    Québec Non-regulated
    Saskatchewan Non-regulated
    Yukon Non-regulated
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  • RETAIL SALES SUPERVISOR

    Retail sales supervisors supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit groups: Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks (6421), Cashiers (6611), Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers (6622) and Other Elemental Sales Occupations (6623). They are employed by stores and other retail businesses, wholesale businesses that sell on a retail basis to the public, rental service establishments and businesses involved in door-to-door soliciting and telemarketing.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Retail sales supervisors (NOC 6211)

    • bakery supervisor - supermarket
    • cashier supervisor - retail
    • chief canvasser - retail
    • customer service supervisor - retail
    • delicatessen supervisor - food store
    • deliveryman supervisor
    • delivery person supervisor
    • deliverywoman supervisor
    • department head, retail store
    • department store supervisor
    • department supervisor - retail
    • door-to-door sales supervisor
    • food store supervisor
    • grocery clerk supervisor
    • head cashier
    • liquor store supervisor
    • meat department supervisor
    • newspaper delivery persons supervisor
    • newspaper salesman supervisor
    • newspaper salesperson supervisor
    • newspaper sales supervisor
    • newspaper saleswoman supervisor
    • night crew leader - retail store
    • price marker supervisor - retail
    • produce department supervisor
    • rental service supervisor
    • retail store department head
    • retail store supervisor
    • route supervisor, retail sales
    • sales clerk supervisor
    • sales supervisor
    • sales supervisor - retail
    • stock clerks supervisor - retail
    • stock supervisor - retail
    • subscription sales team leader
    • supermarket department supervisor
    • supervisor, cashiers - retail
    • supervisor, delivery persons
    • supervisor, door-to-door salespersons - retail
    • supervisor, price markers - retail
    • supervisor - retail
    • supervisor, sales clerks
    • supervisor, stock clerks - retail
    • supervisor, telemarketers
    • supervisor, telephone sales clerks
    • team leader, subscription sales
    • telemarketer supervisor
    • telemarketing services supervisor
    • telemarketing supervisor
    • telephone sales clerk supervisor

    Retail sales supervisors perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Supervise and co-ordinate sales staff and cashiers
    • Assign sales workers to duties and prepare work schedules
    • Authorize payments by cheque and the return of merchandise
    • Sell merchandise to customers
    • Resolve problems that arise, such as customer complaints and supply shortages
    • Maintain specified inventory and order merchandise
    • Prepare reports regarding sales volumes, merchandising and personnel matters
    • Hire and train or arrange for the training of new sales staff

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Previous retail sales experience as a retail salesperson or sales clerk, cashier, telemarketer, door-to-door salesperson or rental agent is required.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Non-regulated
    British Columbia Non-regulated
    Manitoba Non-regulated
    New Brunswick Non-regulated
    Newfoundland and Labrador Non-regulated
    Northwest Territories Non-regulated
    Nova Scotia Non-regulated
    Nunavut Non-regulated
    Ontario Non-regulated
    Prince Edward Island Non-regulated
    Québec Non-regulated
    Saskatchewan Non-regulated
    Yukon Non-regulated

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  • FARM SUPERVISORS

    Retail salespersons sell, rent or lease a range of technical and non-technical goods and services directly to consumers. They are employed by stores and other retail businesses, as well as wholesale businesses that sell on a retail basis to the public.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Retail salespersons (NOC 6421)

    • aluminum products salesperson - retail
    • aluminum siding salesperson - retail
    • appliance salesperson - retail
    • art sales consultant - retail
    • art salesperson
    • audio equipment consultant - retail
    • audio equipment salesman - retail
    • audio equipment salesperson - retail
    • automobile accessories salesperson - retail
    • automobile leasing agent
    • automobile leasing representative
    • automobile-rental counter representative
    • automobile salesperson
    • automobile sales representative - retail
    • bakery clerk
    • bakery counter clerk
    • bakery goods sales clerk
    • beer store sales clerk
    • bicycle salesperson - retail
    • boat and marine equipment salesperson - retail
    • book salesperson - retail
    • book store clerk - retail
    • bouquet salesperson
    • bridal sales consultant - retail
    • building supplies salesman - retail
    • building supplies salesperson - retail
    • building supplies saleswoman - retail
    • butcher shop clerk
    • cable television service salesperson
    • cable-TV and pay-TV sales representative
    • camera equipment salesperson - retail
    • camera salesperson - retail
    • card shop clerk
    • car leasing representative
    • car rental agent
    • car rental clerk
    • car-rental counter representative
    • car salesperson - retail
    • car sales representative - retail
    • children's clothing sales clerk
    • children's wear sales clerk
    • children's wear salesperson - retail
    • china and crystal salesperson - retail
    • clerk, bakery counter
    • clerk, deli counter
    • clerk, meat counter
    • clerk, retail sales
    • clock shop clerk
    • clothing salesperson
    • clothing salesperson - retail
    • commissioned salesperson - retail
    • compact disc sales clerk
    • computer salesperson - retail
    • confectionery sales clerk
    • convenience store clerk
    • corner store clerk
    • cosmetics salesperson - retail
    • counter clerk, bakery
    • counter clerk, deli
    • counter clerk, meats
    • counter clerk - retail
    • counter representative, car rental
    • custom drapery salesperson - retail
    • customer service sales clerk
    • delicatessen clerk - retail
    • delicatessen meat salesperson - retail
    • deli cook - supermarket
    • deli counter clerk - food store
    • department store clerk
    • drapery and upholstery salesperson - retail
    • drugstore clerk
    • education courses salesperson
    • electronics salesperson - retail
    • exercise equipment consultant - retail
    • fabric salesperson - retail
    • film counter clerk
    • film rental clerk
    • fish market salesperson
    • fish shop salesperson
    • floor coverings salesperson - retail
    • floral arranger - retail
    • florist - retail
    • florist salesperson
    • florist shop salesperson
    • food preparer - grocery store
    • food store clerk - retail
    • footwear salesperson - retail
    • framing sales consultant - retail
    • fruit seller
    • furniture and appliances salesperson - retail
    • furniture sales consultant - retail
    • furniture salesman - retail
    • furniture salesperson - retail
    • fur salesperson - retail
    • garden supplies sales clerk
    • garments and other textile products sales representative - retail
    • gift shop clerk
    • greeter, sales
    • greeting cards sales clerk
    • hardware store clerk
    • hardware store clerk - retail
    • hearing aid sales consultant - retail
    • hearing aid salesperson - retail
    • hospital television rental attendant
    • household appliance salesperson - retail
    • house trailer salesperson - retail
    • housewares salesperson - retail
    • hunting guns salesperson - retail
    • jewellery salesperson
    • jewellery salesperson - retail
    • kiosk sales clerk
    • lawn and garden supplies salesperson - retail
    • leasing agent, automobiles
    • leasing clerk, storage facility
    • leasing representative, automobiles
    • leasing representative, motor vehicles - retail
    • leather goods salesperson - retail
    • leather goods saleswoman - retail
    • lighting appliance salesperson - retail
    • lighting salesperson - retail
    • liquor store sales clerk
    • lottery kiosk clerk
    • lottery sales representative - retail
    • magazine salesperson - retail
    • magazine shop clerk
    • meat clerk, supermarket
    • meat counter clerk
    • memorial salesperson - retail
    • men's clothing sales clerk
    • men's clothing salesperson - retail
    • men's wear sales clerk
    • mobile home salesperson - retail
    • motorcycle salesperson - retail
    • motor vehicle leasing representative - retail
    • motor vehicle salesperson - retail
    • musical instruments and supplies salesperson - retail
    • newsstand clerk
    • office equipment salesperson - retail
    • orthopedic shoes salesperson - retail
    • paint salesperson - retail
    • pastry sales clerk
    • personal computer salesman - retail
    • personal computer salesperson - retail
    • personal computer saleswoman - retail
    • pet store salesperson
    • pharmacy clerk
    • photographic equipment and supplies salesman - retail
    • photographic equipment and supplies salesperson - retail
    • photographic equipment and supplies saleswoman - retail
    • photographic studio clerk
    • picture framing consultant - retail
    • record shop sales clerk
    • record shop salesperson
    • record store sales clerk
    • record store salesperson
    • recreational equipment rental-shop attendant
    • recreational equipment salesperson - retail
    • rental agent - retail
    • rental clerk - retail
    • rental clerk, storage space
    • rental counter representative
    • rental-shop attendant, sporting goods
    • representative, car-rental counter
    • retail sales associate
    • retail sales clerk
    • retail salesperson
    • retail sales representative
    • sales and rental clerk
    • sales assistant
    • sales associate
    • sales associate - retail
    • sales clerk
    • sales consultant - retail
    • sales greeter
    • salesman - retail
    • sales order clerk
    • salesperson, aluminum products - retail
    • salesperson, automobile accessories - retail
    • salesperson, boats and marine equipment - retail
    • salesperson, books - retail
    • salesperson, building supplies - retail
    • salesperson, china and crystal - retail
    • salesperson, cosmetics - retail
    • salesperson, drapery and upholstery - retail
    • salesperson, education courses
    • salesperson, fish shop
    • salesperson, floor coverings - retail
    • salesperson, florist shop
    • salesperson, footwear - retail
    • salesperson, furniture and appliances - retail
    • salesperson, hardware - retail
    • salesperson, hearing aids - retail
    • salesperson, hobby shop
    • salesperson, house trailers - retail
    • salesperson, housewares - retail
    • salesperson, jewellery - retail
    • salesperson, lighting appliances - retail
    • salesperson, memorial - retail
    • salesperson, motor vehicles - retail
    • salesperson, musical instruments and supplies - retail
    • salesperson, orthopedic shoes - retail
    • salesperson, photographic equipment and supplies - retail
    • salesperson - retail
    • salesperson, sewing machines - retail
    • salesperson, sporting goods - retail
    • salesperson, tires - retail
    • salesperson, toy store
    • salesperson, training courses
    • salesperson, used cars - retail
    • salesperson, video equipment - retail
    • salesperson, wearing apparel - retail
    • salesperson, yard goods - retail
    • sales promotion clerk
    • sales representative, automobiles - retail
    • sales representative, cable television service
    • sales representative, car - retail
    • sales representative, garments and other textile products - retail
    • sales representative - retail
    • scrap metal salesperson
    • seafood counter clerk
    • seafood sales clerk
    • seafood sales clerk - retail
    • sewing machine salesperson - retail
    • shoe salesperson - retail
    • shop clerk
    • silverware salesperson - retail
    • skate shop attendant
    • ski shop retail clerk
    • smoke shop clerk
    • sporting goods rental-shop attendant
    • sporting goods salesperson - retail
    • storage facility rental clerk
    • store clerk
    • telephone equipment salesperson - retail
    • television cable service salesperson
    • television salesperson - retail
    • tire salesperson - retail
    • tobacco product clerk
    • tobacco shop clerk
    • tool and equipment rental clerk
    • toy store salesperson
    • training course salesperson
    • travelling salesperson - retail
    • truck leasing representative
    • truck rental clerk
    • truck salesperson
    • upholstery and furniture repair salesperson
    • used-car salesperson - retail
    • video equipment salesperson - retail
    • video rental clerk
    • wallpaper salesperson - retail
    • watch sales clerk
    • watch salesperson - retail
    • wearing apparel salesperson - retail
    • wine store sales clerk
    • women's clothing sales clerk
    • women's wear sales clerk
    • yard goods salesperson - retail

    Retail salespersons perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Greet customers and discuss type, quality and quantity of merchandise or services sought for purchase, rental or lease
    • Advise customers on use and care of merchandise, and provide advice concerning specialized products or services
    • Estimate or quote prices, credit terms, trade-in allowances, warranties and delivery dates
    • Prepare merchandise for purchase, rental or lease
    • Prepare sales, rental or leasing contracts and accept cash, cheque, credit card or automatic debit payment
    • Assist in display of merchandise
    • Maintain sales records for inventory control
    • Operate computerized inventory record keeping and re-ordering systems
    • May conduct sales transactions through Internet-based electronic commerce.

    Retail salespersons may specialize and act as consultants in home entertainment systems, computers and other products and services.


    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school may be required.
    • A university degree or college diploma may be required by some employers.
    • Specific subject matter courses or training may be required.
    • Demonstrated sales ability and product knowledge are usually required for retail salespersons who sell complex or valuable merchandise, such as automobiles, antiques or computers.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (voluntary)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (voluntary)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (voluntary)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (compulsory)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

  • INVENTORY CLERK

    Purchasing and inventory control workers process purchasing transactions and maintain inventories of materials, equipment and stock. They are employed by retail and wholesale establishments, manufacturing companies, government agencies and other establishments.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Purchasing and inventory control workers (NOC 1524)

    • equipment inventory clerk
    • food and beverage control clerk - inventory
    • food controller - inventory
    • inventory analyst
    • inventory clerk
    • inventory control clerk
    • inventory planner
    • invoice and purchase order checker
    • invoice control clerk
    • liquor controller - inventory
    • permanent inventory clerk
    • printing plates order clerk
    • procurement clerk
    • purchase order clerk
    • purchasing clerk
    • purchasing clerk assistant
    • purchasing control clerk
    • ship supply clerk
    • supply clerk
    • supply clerk, ship

    Purchasing control workers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Review requisition orders for accuracy and verify that materials, equipment and stock are not available from current inventories
    • Source and obtain price quotations from catalogues and suppliers and prepare purchase orders
    • Calculate cost of orders and charge or forward invoices to appropriate accounts
    • Process purchases within purchasing authority
    • Contact suppliers to schedule deliveries and to resolve shortages, missed deliveries and other problems
    • Prepare and maintain purchasing files, reports and price lists.

    Inventory control workers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Monitor inventory levels as materials, equipment and stock are issued, transferred within an establishment or sold to the public using manual or computerized inventory systems
    • Compile inventory reports, recording the quantity, type and value of materials, equipment and stock on hand, using manual or computerized inventory systems
    • Prepare requisition orders to replenish materials, equipment and stock
    • Maintain stock rotation and dispose of and account for outdated stock
    • Enter data for production scheduling, stock replenishment/relocation and inventory adjustments
    • Reconcile physical inventories with computer counts.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Courses in purchasing management may be required for purchasing clerks.
    • Courses in production and inventory management and ability to operate a computerized inventory system may be required for inventory clerks.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Non-regulated
    British Columbia Non-regulated
    Manitoba Non-regulated
    New Brunswick Non-regulated
    Newfoundland and Labrador Non-regulated
    Northwest Territories Non-regulated
    Nova Scotia Non-regulated
    Nunavut Non-regulated
    Ontario Non-regulated
    Prince Edward Island Non-regulated
    Québec Non-regulated
    Saskatchewan Non-regulated
    Yukon Non-regulated

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  • WHOLESALE BUYER - RETAIL

    Retail and wholesale buyers buy merchandise for resale by retail or wholesale establishments and are usually responsible for the merchandising operations of retail or wholesale establishments. Retail and wholesale buyers who are supervisors and those who are assistants are included in this unit group.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Retail and wholesale buyers (NOC 6222)

    • appliance buyer
    • assistant buyer
    • buyer - retail
    • buyer - wholesale
    • cattle buyer
    • chief buyer
    • chief buyer - retail or wholesale
    • clothing buyer
    • food buyer
    • fruit buyer
    • fur buyer
    • hardware buyer
    • hog buyer
    • livestock buyer
    • log buyer
    • lumber buyer
    • meat buyer
    • merchandiser
    • perishable food buyer
    • pharmaceuticals buyer
    • produce buyer
    • retail buyer
    • retail merchandiser
    • salvage buyer
    • scrap buyer
    • senior buyer - retail or wholesale
    • specialty food buyer
    • supervisor, buyers
    • taster and buyer, beverages
    • timber buyer
    • tobacco buyer
    • wholesale buyer

    Retail and wholesale buyers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Purchase merchandise for resale by retail or wholesale establishments
    • Review requirements of establishment and determine quantity and type of merchandise to purchase
    • Study market reports, trade periodicals and sales promotion materials and visit trade shows, showrooms, factories and product design events
    • Select the merchandise which best fits the establishment's requirements
    • Interview suppliers and negotiate prices, discounts, credit terms and transportation arrangements
    • Oversee distribution of merchandise to outlets and maintain adequate stock levels
    • Establish and maintain contact with suppliers
    • May supervise the work of other retail buyers.

    Retail and wholesale buyers may specialize in a particular merchandise line.


    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is required.
    • A university degree or college diploma in business, marketing or a related program is usually required.
    • Previous work experience in retail or wholesale establishments is usually required.
    • Supervisors and senior buyers require experience in the occupation supervised or in a particular merchandise line.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Non-regulated
    British Columbia Non-regulated
    Manitoba Non-regulated
    New Brunswick Non-regulated
    Newfoundland and Labrador Non-regulated
    Northwest Territories Non-regulated
    Nova Scotia Non-regulated
    Nunavut Non-regulated
    Ontario Non-regulated
    Prince Edward Island Non-regulated
    Québec Non-regulated
    Saskatchewan Non-regulated
    Yukon Non-regulated

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