National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006

National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006
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NOC-S 2006
Preface
Preface
The National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006 continues a tradition established
in 1971, with the publication of the Canadian Classification and Dictionary of Occupations (CCDO)
by the Department of Manpower and Immigration and the related Occupational Classification Manual
published by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. The latter was revised and published by Statistics
Canada as the Standard Occupational Classification 1980, in which considerable attention was given
to incorporating revisions to the CCDO, so that occupational data from statistical surveys and data
derived from administrative records, vocational education and training programs and employment related
programs, could continue to be brought together.
Human Resources Development Canada replaced the CCDO with the National Occupational Classification
(NOC) first published in 1993 and revised in 2001. This classification was developed in close consultation
with Statistics Canada. The SOC 1991 and NOC-S 2001 were based on the NOC.
The NOC-S 2006 is based on the NOC 2006 published by Human Resources and Social Development
Canada.
The NOC-S is a statistical classification, designed as Statistics Canada’s official classification for the
collection and dissemination of occupational data. It features a set of major groups which are different
from those of the NOC. The existence of two sets of major groups serving different analytical purposes, to
which occupational data can be aggregated from a common set of unit groups, enhances the usefulness of
the broader system.
The National Occupational Classification for Statistics 2006 is published by Standards Division, Alice Born,
Director. The publication was prepared by John Crysdale and Debra Mair of Standards Division with the
assistance of Sandra Swain of Census Management Office, Jimmy Ruel of Census Operations Division,
Wayne Silver, Samantha Nadjiwan, Sandra Mialkowski, Anna Morrone and Sylvain Lafleur of Standards
Division and Stanley Moran of Systems Development Division.
The contribution of the experts at the Skills and Labour Market Information Division of Human Resources
and Social Development Canada to the development of the classification is gratefully acknowledged.
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Table of contents
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Table of contents
Introduction
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Classification structure
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Occupational definitions
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18
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35
A – Management Occupations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
36
B – Business, Finance and Administrative Occupations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
56
C – Natural and Applied Sciences and Related Occupations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
78
D – Health Occupations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
E – Occupations in Social Science, Education, Government Service and Religion . 117
F – Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
G – Sales and Service Occupations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
H – Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators and Related Occupations . . . . . 166
I – Occupations Unique to Primary Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202
J – Occupations Unique to Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . 213
Alphabetical index
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Introduction
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Introduction
I. Introduction to the National Occupational Classification for Statistics
The National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) is based on the National Occupational
Classification (NOC) which was developed and is maintained by Human Resources and Social
Development Canada (HRSDC)1 . It is designed to classify occupational information from statistical
surveys and for related purposes. It provides a systematic classification structure to identify and categorize
the entire range of occupational activity in Canada.
The basic principle of classification of the NOC-S is that of kind of work performed. Occupations are,
therefore, identified and grouped primarily in terms of the work usually performed, this being determined
by the tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the occupation. Factors such as the materials processed or used,
the industrial processes used, the equipment used, the degree of responsibility and complexity of work,
the products made and services provided, have been taken as indicators of the work performed when
combining jobs into occupations and occupations into groups.
An occupation is defined as a collection of jobs, sufficiently similar in work performed to be grouped under a
common title for classification purposes. A job, in turn, encompasses all the tasks carried out by a particular
worker to complete her/his duties.
Thus, within each group, the occupations are almost unique and are related to each other by similarity
of kind of work performed. This approach to the grouping of occupations ensures a certain homogeneity
within groups and permits a distinction between groups.
By focusing on work performed, the groups also tend to be homogeneous by skill level. This is natural
because the nature of the work to be performed determines the education, training, experience or inherent
talents required.
At the lower levels of aggregation of occupations, termed "unit groups" and "minor groups", this focus
on grouping by similarity of work performed has resulted in unit groups and minor groups that are also
homogeneous by skill level. At the second highest level of aggregation, termed "Major Groups", broad
fields of work are sometimes represented, rather than specific types of work performed. At the highest
level of aggregation of occupations, termed "Broad Occupational Categories", very broad fields of work
are represented rather than specific types of work performed. Such broad groupings, by their very nature,
reflect skill types rather than skill levels.
Structure
The National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) manual contains the classification structure
and definitions for Broad Occupational Categories, major, minor and unit groups. For each unit group,
there is a list of example titles, occupations that are included in that unit group. In addition, there is an
alphabetical index that lists all the example titles, as well as many more occupational titles, identifying each
with its appropriate four-digit NOC-S code.
Within each broad occupational category, one or more major groups are identified; within each major group,
one or more minor groups are identified and within each minor group one or more unit groups. This
structure is expressed in the coding system.
1 Further information about the National Occupational Classification can be obtained from the web site of Human Resources
Development Canada: www.hrsdc.gc.ca/noc
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For example:
A
Management Occupations
A0
Senior Management Occupations
A01
Legislators and Senior Management
A011
Legislators
A012
Senior Government Managers and Officials
A013
Senior Managers - Financial, Communications Carriers and Other Business Services
A014
Senior Managers - Health, Education, Social and Community Services Membership Organizations
A015
Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services, n.e.c.
A016
Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction
It should be noted that the broad occupational category code designated by a capital letter is repeated
at all levels, as is the major group code designated by the first digit after the letter. The minor group code
designated by the second digit after the letter is repeated at the unit group level. The unit group is designated
by the third digit after the letter.
Abbreviations
Few abbreviations are used in this classification. Particular attention should be given to the abbreviation
n.e.c. (not elsewhere classified). As an occupational qualifier it is occasionally used in the labels of major,
minor and unit groups to refer to occupations not elsewhere classified; e.g. A3 Other Managers n.e.c.
Alphabetical arrangement in the index
Each word in a title is taken separately for purposes of alphabetical arrangement. The following titles would
be found in this order in the index:
Bridge keeper
Bridge opener
Bridge tender
Card grinder
Carder
Caretaker
Carpenter
Carton wrapper
Language
The NOC-S is available separately in both official languages. It is important to note that the French version
includes only titles commonly used in French and proper to the milieu and, therefore, these are not normally
translations of the English titles. The classification structure is the same in both versions.
Modifying terms
Modifying terms have been added to several job titles to designate the industrial sector or the domain of
expertise. If applicable, this information is preceded by a hyphen at the end of the title (cashier supervisor retail trade) to distinguish between similar titles. These modifying terms specify where the titles appear in
the classification structure (painter - visual arts; painter - manufacture of motor vehicles). This information
should be considered when coding job titles.
II. Related classifications: NAICS, NOC, class of worker
The classification of occupations does not stand alone but must be understood as being related to other
classifications such as the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) and that of class of
worker. Each of these classifications supplements the NOC-S in presenting a rounded picture of the nature
of a person’s job.
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North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS)
The industrial qualifier which may accompany the job title:
(a) Indicates the type of economic activity with which the job is usually associated. (It is important to note
that the assignment of an industrial qualifier does not necessarily limit a job to that industry. These
qualifiers are merely indicative of the possible areas of activity in which the job may be found.)
(b) Permits the assignment of similar occupational titles to different occupation groups where the duties
vary between industries.
(c) Aids in defining the specific occupations and helps the coder grasp the underlying principles of this
classification.
The industry in which the individual is employed is determined by the kind of economic activity of
the establishment. The establishment is usually a factory, mine, farm, store, other place of business or an
institution for which a number of basic production variables can be compiled.
It is important to note the conceptual differences between an industry classification and an occupation
classification. An establishment can employ individuals performing completely different occupations, and
these are classified to appropriate occupational groups, but the industrial classification of each individual
employed in the establishment should be the same and is determined by the nature of the product made
or service rendered. In other words, the nature of the factory, business or service in which the person is
employed does not determine the classification of the occupation, except to the extent that it enables the
nature of the duties to be more clearly defined.
Class of worker
An individual’s employment relationship to the business in where he or she works, as self employed,
employee or unpaid family worker i.e., class of worker, provides another means of describing the work.
This is usually indicated by the form of remuneration the worker receives. The self-employed depend upon a
residual return in the form of profit, while employees are paid wages or salaries and unpaid family workers
receive no set remuneration. In the NOC-S, the class of worker classification is not identified separately for
each occupation since many occupations can be assigned to more than one category (i.e., working for wages,
salary, tips or commission; working without pay in a family business or farm; self-employed without paid
help; and self-employed with paid help). However, a general rule has been established for coding purposes
and is discussed in full under the section on Coding.
National Occupational Classification
The NOC-S is a statistical classification designed by Statistics Canada to classify data on occupations
from the Census of Population and other Statistics Canada surveys. Although it is based on the National
Occupational Classification there is a different aggregation structure between the classifications that was
necessary because of the special requirements of a statistical classification.
At the major group level, the NOC-S is quite different from the NOC. As a statistical classification, the
population distribution for a level of aggregation is very significant for determining the statistical utility
of the aggregation. The population of a class determines the amount of cross classification and geographic
detail possible as well as the suitability of the class for surveys with a smaller sample. The NOC-S major
groups were designed to have a population distribution that was as even as possible with a population
minimum that was sufficient to be used by the Census of Population for increased geographical detail and
for cross classifications; and also to be suitable for use as detailed classes for the Labour Force Survey. This
was achieved by a simple reaggregation of the minor groups. The result was forty-seven major groups. The
work performed focus and the population criterion used to create these groups resulted in skill type groups
many of which are also homogeneous by skill level. The user that requires skill level groups can use, as
an alternative, the major groups of the NOC. Since there are only twenty-six major groups in the NOC the
choice of skill level results in a certain loss of occupational detail. It should be noted that thirty-six of the
forty-seven NOC-S major groups are homogeneous by skill level according to the NOC criteria.
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The NOC-S and the NOC also differ in their classification of military personnel. All military personnel
are classified solely on the basis of rank to either one of two NOC-S unit groups: A353 Commissioned
Officers, Armed Forces and G624 Other Ranks, Armed Forces. On the other hand, the NOC unit groups
for military occupations (0643 Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces and 6464 Occupations Unique to the
Armed Forces) are defined to include only those military personnel whose occupations do not have a civilian
counterpart (e.g., infantry officers, artillery soldiers). Those military personnel whose occupations do have
a civilian counterpart are classified in the unit group appropriate to the occupation (e.g., dental officers are
classified with dentists and military police officers are classified with police officers).
III. NOC-S 2006
The purpose of the 2006 revision of the National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) has
been to update the classification to incorporate emerging occupations and new job titles while maintaining
historical comparability.
The structure of NOC-S 2006 remains unchanged from that of NOC-S 2001. No major groups, minor groups
or unit groups have been added, deleted or combined, though some groups have new names or updated
content.
Title changes at the unit group and minor group levels and updates to the definitions of some unit groups
reflect added information, correction of terminology to correspond with current usage and the evolution of
some occupations and where they are found.
Many new occupational titles have been added to NOC-S 2006. New occupational titles arise as the division
of labour in Canadian society evolves, creating new jobs and new specializations, and as technological
change brings with it new terminology. Some of the occupational titles added to reflect such changes
are: respite worker (home support), telehealth registered nurse, bioanalytical chemist, systems biologist,
artificial intelligence designer, benefits consultant (HR), turntablist, veejay (VJ), accounting technician,
e-business manager, e-business software developer and e-business Web site developer. Other added titles
are modified versions of, or alternatives for, titles that appeared in previous versions of the NOC-S and
have been added to help users find particular occupations they are looking for. For example, grape grower
appeared in earlier versions of the NOC-S; viticulturist has been added.
A very few occupational titles have been re-assigned to a different unit group in NOC-S 2006 than in NOC-S
2001. The impact of this on the comparability of data between 2001 and 2006 is negligible.
The only persons who have been coded to a different unit group in 2006 are those who reported their
occupation as “florist” and who worked in “retail”. They have moved from Retail Trade Managers (A211)
to Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks (G211). This change will have a minimal impact on the unit groups
affected. The occupational title, library curator, has been moved from Library, Archive, Museum and Art
Gallery Managers (A341) to Conservators and Curators (F012) as this is a more appropriate placement;
however, as this title was not reported in 2001, there is no impact on data comparability.
In all other cases where occupational titles have been moved, this was done to more accurately describe the
content of these unit groups as they were disseminated in 2001. For example, because of the nature of the
duties reported by census respondents, personal trainers were coded to Program Leaders and Instructors
in Recreation, Sport and Fitness (F154) in 2001, not to Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program Supervisors
and Consultants (E036), and campground maintenance workers were coded to Landscaping and Grounds
Maintenance Labourers (I212) rather than to Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and
Sport (G731). These placements have been recognized in NOC-S 2006. The majority of occupational titles
that moved are military titles. In NOC-S, all military personnel are classified solely on the basis of rank
either to Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces (A353) or to Other Ranks, Armed Forces (G624). The NOC-S
2001 noted this treatment of military personnel in its Introduction, but showed some military occupational
titles in unit groups with their civilian counterparts. The NOC-S 2006 more clearly conveys how military
personnel have been coded by showing all exclusively military occupational titles in the appropriate
military unit group.
More information on these changes is available in the following tables which summarize the changes of note
between NOC-S 2001 and NOC-S 2006.
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Table 1 NOC-S unit group titles changed in 2006
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2001 unit group title
NOC-S 2006 unit group title
A343
Recreation and Sports Program and Service Directors
Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program and Service
C073
Software Engineers
Software Engineers and Designers
C181
Computer and Network Operators and Web Technicians
Computer Network Technicians
F154
Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation and Sport
Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport
G941
Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale
H421
Automotive Service Technicians, Truck Mechanics and
Automotive
Mechanical Repairers
Mechanics and Mechanical Repairers
Directors
and Fitness
Butchers, Meat Cutters and Fishmongers - Retail and
Wholesale
Service
Technicians,
Truck
and
Bus
Table 2 NOC-S minor group titles changed in 2006
Note: No minor group titles were changed in 2006.
Table 3 NOC-S definitions updated in 2006
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group
NOC-S 2006 definition
A012
Senior Government Managers and
Officials
Senior government managers and officials plan, organize, direct, control and
evaluate, through middle managers, the major activities of municipal or
regional governments or of provincial, territorial or federal departments,
boards, agencies or commissions. They establish the direction to be taken
by these organizations in accordance with legislation and policies made by
elected representatives or legislative bodies.
A141
Facility Operation and
Maintenance Managers
Facility operation managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the
operations of commercial, transportation and recreational facilities and the
included real estate. Facility operation managers are employed by a wide
range of establishments, such as airports, harbours, canals, shopping centres,
convention centres, warehouses and recreational facilities. Maintenance
managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the maintenance
department within commercial, industrial, institutional, recreational and
other facilities. Maintenance managers are employed by a wide range of
establishments, such as office buildings, shopping centres, airports, harbours,
warehouses, grain terminals, universities, schools and sports facilities, and by
the maintenance and mechanical engineering departments of manufacturing
and other industrial establishments.
A343
Recreation, Sports and Fitness
Program and Service Directors
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and
evaluate the operations of comprehensive recreational, sports and fitness
programs and services, national or provincial sports governing agencies and
professional athletic teams. They are employed by municipalities, community
and private recreational and fitness organizations, sports governing agencies
and professional athletic team organizations.
A353
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Commissioned Officers, Armed
Forces
This unit group consists of commissioned officers in the armed forces who
plan, organize, command and evaluate the activities of personnel in the armed
forces. The ranks of commissioned officers included in this unit group range
from lieutenant to general.
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Table 3 NOC-S definitions updated in 2006 (continued)
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group
NOC-S 2006 definition
B513
Records Management and Filing
Records management clerks process, code, store and retrieve records
Clerks
and documents and apply retention and disposal schedules according
to established policies and procedures. Filing clerks file papers, records,
documents and other material according to subject matter or other filing
system. Records management and filing clerks are employed throughout the
private and public sectors. This unit group also includes health records
technicians, who maintain systems for the collection, storage, retrieval and
retention of health information. Health records technicians are employed by
hospitals, clinics and other health care institutions.
B522
Data Entry Clerks
Data entry clerks input coded, statistical, financial and other information into
computerized databases, spreadsheets or other templates using a keyboard, mouse,
or optical scanner, speech recognition software or other data entry tools. They are
employed in the private and public sectors.
B523
Desktop Publishing Operators and
Related Occupations
C181
Computer Network Technicians
Desktop publishing operators use computers to enter copy into a typesetting
system or operate typesetting output equipment to produce text that is
ready to print. They are employed by firms that specialize in typesetting,
commercial printing companies, publishing and printing companies and various
establishments in the public and private sectors that have in-house printing
departments. This unit group also includes markup persons and pre-flight
operators.
Computer network technicians establish, operate, maintain, and co-ordinate
the use of local and wide area networks (LANs and WANs), mainframe
networks, hardware, software and related computer equipment. They set
up and maintain Internet and Intranet Web sites and Web-server hardware and
software, and monitor and optimize network connectivity and performance.
They are employed in information technology units throughout the private
and public sectors. Supervisors of computer network technicians are included in
this group.
C182
User Support Technicians
Technicians in this group provide first-line technical support to computer
users experiencing difficulties with computer hardware and with computer
applications and communications software. They are employed by computer
hardware manufacturers and retailers, software developers, in call centres
and in information technology units throughout the private and public
sectors. Technicians in this group are also employed by independent technical
support companies or they may be self-employed.
D112
Registered Nurses
This unit group includes registered nurses, nurse practitioners, registered
psychiatric nurses and graduates of a nursing program who are awaiting
registration (graduate nurses). They provide direct nursing care to patients,
deliver health education programs and provide consultative services
regarding issues relevant to the practice of nursing. They are employed
in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, extended care
facilities, rehabilitation centres, doctors’ offices, clinics, community agencies,
companies and private homes, or they may be self-employed.
D213
Veterinary and Animal Health
Technologists and Technicians
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Veterinary and animal health technologists and technicians provide technical
support to veterinarians by caring for animals and assisting in the diagnosis
and treatment of animal health disorders. They are employed in veterinary
clinics, animal hospitals, animal shelters, humane societies, zoos, animal
research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and government.
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Table 3 NOC-S definitions updated in 2006 (continued)
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group
NOC-S 2006 definition
D232
Midwives and Practitioners of
Midwives are primary care providers who provide full-course care to women
Natural Healing
and their babies during pregnancy, labour, birth and the post-natal period.
They are employed in hospitals, birthing centres and private practice.
Practitioners of natural healing provide alternative forms of health care to
patients. They are employed by clinics, health clubs, spas or health food
stores, or they may work in private practice.
E023
Family, Marriage and Other
Family, marriage and other related counsellors assist individuals and groups
Related Counsellors
of clients to identify, understand and overcome personal problems and
achieve personal objectives. They are employed by counselling centres, social
service agencies, group homes, government agencies, family therapy centres,
and health care and rehabilitation facilities, or they may work in private practice.
E033
E036
Business Development Officers and
Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants
Marketing Researchers and
conduct research, formulate policies and manage programs to stimulate
Consultants
industrial and commercial business investment or tourism in urban and rural
areas or to promote commercial or industrial products and services. They are
employed by government departments, international organizations, marketing
firms and business associations or may be self-employed.
Recreation, Sports and Fitness
Program Supervisors and
Consultants
This unit group includes those who oversee and administer recreation, sports
and fitness programs and activities, provide consulting services, conduct
research and develop programs and policies related to recreation, sports and
physical fitness. They are employed by federal, provincial and municipal
governments, recreation, sports, fitness and health care facilities, retirement homes,
community centres, sports and fitness consulting firms and organizations, or
they may be self-employed.
E037
E121
Program Officers Unique to
Program officers in this unit group are primarily concerned with the
Government
administration and operation of government institutions, such as Parliament,
and activities unique to the operations of government, such as international
relations, federal-provincial affairs, elections and tribunals.
College and Other Vocational
Instructors
This unit group includes instructors who teach applied arts, academic,
technical and vocational subjects to students at community colleges, CEGEPs,
agricultural colleges, technical and vocational institutes, language schools
and other college level schools. This unit group also includes trainers who
are employed by private training establishments, companies, community
agencies and governments to deliver internal training or development
courses. College teachers who are heads of departments are included in this
group.
E217
Early Childhood Educators and
Early childhood educators plan and organize activities for preschool and
Assistants
school-age children. Early childhood educator assistants provide care and
guidance to preschool children under the supervision of early childhood
educators. Early childhood educators and assistants lead children in activities
to stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth.
They are employed in child-care centres, kindergartens, nursery schools,
agencies for exceptional children, and other environments where early childhood
education services are provided, or they may be self-employed. Early childhood
educators who are supervisors are included in this group.
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Table 3 NOC-S definitions updated in 2006 (continued)
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group
NOC-S 2006 definition
F024
Professional Occupations in Public
This unit group includes specialists in public relations and communications
Relations and Communications
who develop and implement communication and promotion strategies and
information programs, publicize activities and events, and maintain media
relations on behalf of businesses, governments and other organizations, and
for performers, athletes, writers and other talented individuals. They are
employed by consulting firms, corporations, associations, government, social
agencies, museums, galleries, public interest groups, and cultural and other
organizations, or they may be self-employed. Agents such as entertainment,
literary and sports agents are included in this unit group.
F154
Program Leaders and Instructors in
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness lead and
Recreation, Sport and Fitness
instruct groups and individuals in recreational, sports, fitness or athletic
programs. They are employed by community centres, sports and fitness clubs,
outdoor centres, resorts, recreational facilities, health care facilities, correctional
institutions, government departments, private businesses, tourism associations and
similar establishments.
G011
Retail Trade Supervisors
Retail trade supervisors supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in
the following unit groups: Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks (G211), Cashiers
(G311), Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers (G972) and Other Elemental
Sales Occupations (G973). 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.
G311
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.
G624
Other Ranks, Armed Forces
This unit group includes armed forces personnel who are not commissioned officers.
They provide collective defence measures to protect Canadian waters, land,
airspace and other interests. They are employed by the Canadian armed
forces.
G631
Security Guards and Related
Occupations
This unit group includes security guards and other related workers who
guard property against theft and vandalism, control access to establishments,
maintain order and enforce regulations at public events and within
establishments. They are employed by private security agencies, retail stores,
transportation facilities, residential complexes, educational, financial and health
institutions, industrial establishments, cultural establishments, and organizations
throughout the private and public sectors.
G731
Operators and Attendants in
Amusement, Recreation and Sport
This unit group includes amusement occupations such as operators of
amusement rides, games and other attractions, and attendants in amusement,
recreation and sports facilities who assist patrons, collect tickets and fees and
supervise the use of recreational and sports equipment. They are employed
by amusement parks, fairs, exhibitions, carnivals, arenas, billiard parlours,
bowling alleys, golf courses, ski centres, tennis clubs, campgrounds and other
recreational and sports facilities.
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Table 3 NOC-S definitions updated in 2006 (continued)
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group
NOC-S 2006 definition
G811
Visiting Homemakers,
Visiting homemakers provide ongoing or short-term home support services
Housekeepers and Related
for individuals and families during periods of incapacitation, convalescence
Occupations
or family disruption. They are employed by government, non-profit
and home care agencies, or are self-employed. Housekeepers perform
housekeeping and other home management duties in private households,
embassies and other residential establishments. Companions provide elderly
and convalescent clients with companionship and personal care in residential
settings. They are employed by home care agencies or may be self-employed.
Foster parents care for children or family members in their homes under the
direction of a foster parent agency.
G933
Janitors, Caretakers and Building
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents clean and maintain the
Superintendents
interior and exterior of commercial, institutional and residential buildings
and their surrounding grounds. Building superintendents employed in
large establishments are responsible for the operation of the establishment
and may also supervise other workers. They are employed by office
and apartment building management companies, condominium corporations,
educational institutions, health care facilities, recreational and shopping facilities,
religious establishments, and industrial and other establishments.
H121
Carpenters
Carpenters construct, erect, install, maintain and repair structures and
components of structures made of wood, wood substitutes, lightweight
steel and other materials. They are employed by construction companies,
carpentry contractors, and maintenance departments of factories, plants and
other establishments, or they may be self-employed.
H132
Concrete Finishers
Concrete finishers smooth and finish freshly poured concrete, apply curing
or surface treatments and install, maintain and restore various masonry
structures such as foundations, floors, ceilings, sidewalks, roads, patios and
high rise buildings. They are employed by construction companies, cement and
concrete contractors and manufacturers of precast concrete products, or they
H421
Automotive Service Technicians,
Truck and Bus Mechanics and
Automotive service technicians and truck and bus mechanics inspect,
diagnose, repair and service mechanical, electrical and electronic systems
Mechanical Repairers
and components of cars, buses, and light and commercial transport trucks.
They are employed by motor vehicle dealers, garages, truck and trailer
dealerships, fleet maintenance companies, and service stations, automotive
specialty shops, transportation companies and retail establishments which
have automotive service shops. This unit group also includes mechanical
repairers who perform major repairs and replacement of mechanical units
may be self-employed.
on newly assembled motor vehicles. They are employed by motor vehicle
manufacturing companies.
H422
Motor Vehicle Body Repairers
Motor vehicle body repairers repair and restore damaged motor vehicle body
parts and interior finishing; repaint body surfaces; and repair and/or replace
automotive glass. They are employed by automobile dealerships, automobile
body repair shops and automobile appraisal centres. This unit group also
includes metal repairers who repair defective automobile body parts and
damage to the bodies of newly assembled cars. They are employed by motor
vehicle manufacturers.
H711
Truck Drivers
Truck drivers operate heavy trucks to transport goods and materials over
urban, interurban, provincial and international routes. They are employed
by transportation companies, manufacturing and distribution companies,
moving companies and employment service agencies, or they may be
self-employed. This unit group also includes shunters who move trailers to and
from loading docks within trucking yards or lots.
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Table 3 NOC-S definitions updated in 2006 (continued)
Note: Text that was added or changed in 2006 appears in italics.
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group
NOC-S 2006 definition
H821
Construction Trades Helpers and
Construction trades helpers and labourers assist skilled tradespersons and
Labourers
perform labouring activities at construction sites, in quarries and in surface
mines. They are employed by construction companies, trade and labour
contractors, and surface mine and quarry operators.
J182
Camera, Platemaking and Other
This unit group includes prepress technicians who operate various computer
Prepress Occupations
controlled systems to perform prepress activities and workers who operate
graphic arts cameras and scanners, assemble film and negatives and prepare,
engrave and etch printing plates or cylinders for various types of printing
presses. They are employed in firms that specialize in colour graphics or
platemaking and cylinder preparation, commercial publishing and printing
companies, newspapers, magazines, and in various establishments in the
public and private sectors that have in-house printing departments.
J212
Motor Vehicle Assemblers,
Motor vehicle assemblers assemble and install prefabricated motor vehicle
Inspectors and Testers
parts and components to form subassemblies and finished motor vehicles.
Motor vehicle inspectors and testers inspect and test parts, subassemblies,
accessories and finished products to ensure proper performance and
conformity to quality standards. They are employed in plants which
manufacture automobiles, vans and light trucks.
Table 4 NOC-S unit groups with added or modified occupational titles in 2006
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group with new or updated occupational titles
A012
Senior Government Managers and Officials
A122
Computer and Information Systems Managers
A131
Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers
A141
Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers
A211
Retail Trade Managers
A221
Restaurant and Food Service Managers
A303
Other Business Services Managers
A342
Managers - Publishing, Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Performing Arts
A343
Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program and Service Directors
A372
Residential Home Builders and Renovators
A391
Manufacturing Managers
B013
Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers
B014
Other Financial Officers
B021
Specialists in Human Resources
B111
Bookkeepers
B115
Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers
B211
Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)
B311
Administrative Officers
B312
Executive Assistants
B535
Collectors
B553
Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks
B554
Survey Interviewers and Statistical Clerks
C012
Chemists
C021
Biologists and Related Scientists
C031
Civil Engineers
C045
Petroleum Engineers
C061
Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
C071
Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
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Table 4 NOC-S unit groups with added or modified occupational titles in 2006 (continued)
Code
NOC-S 2006 unit group with new or updated occupational titles
C072
Database Analysts and Data Administrators
C073
Software Engineers and Designers
C074
Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
C075
Web Designers and Developers
C132
Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
C181
Computer Network Technicians
D032
Dietitians and Nutritionists
D044
Other Professional Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
D112
Registered Nurses
D211
Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants
D213
Veterinary and Animal Health Technologists and Technicians
D214
Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary Technologists
D234
Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations
D235
Other Technical Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
D313
Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
E012
Lawyers and Quebec Notaries
E021
Psychologists
E023
Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors
E034
Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
E036
Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program Supervisors and Consultants
E037
Program Officers Unique to Government
E112
Post-Secondary Teaching and Research Assistants
E121
College and Other Vocational Instructors
E131
Secondary School Teachers
E133
Educational Counsellors
E212
Community and Social Service Workers
E214
Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities
E215
Other Instructors
E216
Other Religious Occupations
F013
Archivists
F024
Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications
F033
Musicians and Singers
F036
Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists
F112
Technical Occupations Related to Museums and Art Galleries
F126
Other Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
F131
Announcers and Other Broadcasters
F132
Other Performers
F141
Graphic Designers and Illustrators
F154
Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and Fitness
G211
Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
G513
Food and Beverage Servers
G611
Police Officers (Except Commissioned)
G731
Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and Sport
G732
Other Attendants in Accommodation and Travel
G811
Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations
G812
Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants
G932
Specialized Cleaners
G933
Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents
G941
Butchers, Meat Cutters and Fishmongers – Retail and Wholesale
G961
Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
G971
Service Station Attendants
G983
Other Elemental Service Occupations
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Table 4 NOC-S unit groups with added or modified occupational titles in 2006 (continued)
Code
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H112
Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers
H121
Carpenters
H221
Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators
H415
Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors
H422
Motor Vehicle Body Repairers
H521
Printing Press Operators
H533
Automotive Mechanical Installers and Servicers
H535
Other Repairers and Servicers
H711
Truck Drivers
H721
Railway and Yard Locomotive Engineers
H812
Material Handlers
H821
Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers
H831
Public Works and Maintenance Labourers
H832
Railway and Motor Transport Labourers
I011
Farmers and Farm Managers
I016
Supervisors, Landscape and Horticulture
I022
Nursery and Greenhouse Workers
I142
Oil and Gas Well Drilling Workers and Services Operators
I162
Silviculture and Forestry Workers
I211
Harvesting Labourers
I212
Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers
I215
Oil and Gas Drilling, Servicing and Related Labourers
J122
Foundry Workers
J162
Fabric, Fur and Leather Cutters
J182
Camera, Platemaking and Other Prepress Occupations
J183
Binding and Finishing Machine Operators
J194
Metalworking Machine Operators
J212
Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers
J213
Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers
J225
Plastic Products Assemblers, Finishers and Inspectors
J319
Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
IV. Coding
The NOC-S provides an overall structure for classifying occupations according to kind of work performed.
The lists of example titles are merely indicative of the types of occupations that fit within specific unit
groups. The lists of example titles are not exhaustive nor are they intended to be.
When coding an occupation, all the relevant facts about the job and its environment should be obtained.
These include the kind of work performed, the most important activities or duties, the job titles, the
kind of business, industry or service, and the class of worker described earlier. The more complete and
comprehensive the information the coder is able to assemble about the tasks performed by a worker on a
particular job, the easier it will be to determine the appropriate classification.
To code an occupation, it is possible to start with either the structure or the alphabetical index.
Using the structure When using the structure, it is best to exploit the hierarchical nature of the classification.
First the broad occupational category which seems most likely to contain the job should be identified. Next
the most appropriate major group within the broad occupational category should be found. The process
should be continued to find the most appropriate minor group within the major group selected. Finally the
most appropriate unit group within the minor group selected should be identified. The unit group definition
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should be read carefully before deciding if this unit group offers the best possible classification. In addition,
the example titles listed for the unit group should be examined to ensure that the choice is actually the best.
Using the alphabetical index
(a) First the occupation in the alphabetical index of the occupational classification should be found.
After locating the title and its four-digit code whether the title is listed only once in the alphabetical
index should be checked, and the corresponding four-digit code noted. If listed more than once, the
corresponding industrial qualifiers should be checked and the one which relates most closely to the one
stated by the respondent selected. Using this code, the definition should be found for the unit group
to which this title belongs. The entire definition should be read carefully and the list of example titles
checked before deciding whether it is the most appropriate classification.
(b) If the occupation title cannot be found or if the definition appears inappropriate, enter another title in
the search. Some suggestions are:
(1) Look for the noun form: answering the phone will be a Receptionist or Telephone Clerk
(2) Shorten the title: Electronic Data Processor to Data Processor
(3) Find a synonym: Aircraft Mechanic for Jet Mechanic
(4) If the title is inverted, look for it in its natural order e.g. Manager, store may be located using Store
manager
(5) Consider such factors as:
• Job location - Tunnel Worker; Bridge Keeper
• Kind of machines used - Cement-Mixer Operator; Hydraulic Riveter
• Material used - Concrete Mason; Leather Handbag Maker
• Subject matter - Music Cataloguer; Press Clipper
• Activity performed - Locomotive Inspector; Bodyshop Foreman/Woman
• Job skills - Surgical Instrument Repairer; Tool Machinist
Coding procedures for problem responses
The procedure described above assumed responses that contained sufficient information for coding.
Unfortunately, depending upon the survey methods used, some responses may be problematic. This occurs
when the information in the response is either vague or contradictory. Experience at Statistics Canada
suggests the following approaches to resolving such problems.
1) Coding vague responses
In previous occupational classifications there was a systematic provision of not elsewhere classified (n.e.c.)
classes that were used to code vague responses. Since there were occupations classified in these classes,
it was not possible to determine what proportion of the population was represented by these occupations
and what proportion was due to vague responses. The 2006 NOC-S has few n.e.c. classes and a different
approach to vague responses is required. It is suggested that the response be coded only to the level within
the classification that is possible. Of course, before doing so, any information that is available about the
respondent should be consulted.
2) Using education in coding
This is especially useful in coding occupational responses that are vague. The most reliable way of using
education is as an exclusionary edit. Certain occupations require a minimum education and it is possible
to exclude vague responses from being coded to such occupations if the respondent does not have the
minimum education required. Great care must be taken when using education in occupational coding and
it should only be used as a last resort.
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3) Coding when the response contains contradictory information
Sometimes the responses will give an occupational title and a description of work performed that are
contradictory. A response "labourer, driving dump truck" is contradictory in terms of the classification, as
driving a truck is not considered elemental work. This response should be coded as a truck driver in H711
Truck Drivers.
In general it is best to let the description of the work performed predominate over occupational titles when
coding.
Some occupational titles can be misleading. Titles that have manager as part of the title are sometimes not
managers. For example, project managers and case managers are usually not managers and must be coded
based on a description of their work. Special care must be given to responses that have manager, labourer,
or consultant as part of the title as these terms have a variety of meanings in the workplace.
4) Coding responses containing two or more occupations
Where two or more occupations are reported in reply to a question on occupation, the first one mentioned
should be coded unless there is additional information to suggest otherwise.
Classification rules
Managers
Managers are usually classified to the broad occupational category A Management Occupations. Within
this category the senior managers that are the top of a management hierarchy as denoted by terms such as
president, chief executive officer, etc. are classified in major group A0 Senior Management Occupations.
Managers with a management specialty, such as human resource management, are classified according to
specialty in major group A1 Specialist Managers. However, senior managers with a specialist responsibility
would be classified with senior management in major group A0 Senior Management Occupations.
An attempt has been made to isolate many of the managers of small businesses by classifying managers
of retail stores, restaurants, hotels and similar businesses in a separate major group A2 Managers in Retail
Trade, Food and Accommodation Services.
Some managers are not classified to the managerial groups. For example, farm managers and other
managers in agriculture and landscaping are not classified as managers but to the appropriate unit group
from the following:
I011
I012
I014
I015
I017
Farmers and Farm Managers
Agricultural Service Contractors
Nursery and Greenhouse Operators
Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Contractors
Aquaculture Operators
All other managers are classified according to the type of business managed within major group A3 Other
Managers n.e.c.
Proprietors
As a general rule, the class of worker status, that is, whether the respondent works for wages or is
self-employed with or without paid help, is not considered for classification purposes. An exception is made
for proprietors in retail trade, food and accommodation services and residential home building. These are
classified as managers to the following unit groups:
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Retail Trade Managers
A221
Restaurant and Food Service Managers
A222
Accommodation Service Managers
A372
Residential Home Builders and Renovators
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Contractors
Contractors are classified in several areas of the classification. General Contractors in construction
are classified in unit group A371 Construction Managers. Renovation contractors and home building
contractors are classified in unit group A372 Residential Home Builders and Renovators.
Contractors specializing in a specific trade such as plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc., are classified together
with supervisors to the appropriate unit group for that trade. That is, a plumbing contractor is classified to
unit group H013 Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades.
Supervisors and Foremen/Women
Supervisors are classified to separate unit groups for supervisors where they exist. These are found in the
following major groups for supervisors:
B4
G0
Clerical Supervisors
Sales and Service Supervisors
H0
J0
Contractors and Supervisors in Trades and Transportation
Supervisors in Manufacturing
These unit groups for supervisors are found outside of supervisor major groups:
D111
I013
I111
I121
Head Nurses and Supervisors
Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers
Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
Supervisors, Mining and Quarrying
I122
Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service
Where a separate unit group does not exist, supervisors are classified with the workers supervised. For
example, in most areas of the Professional Major Groups there are no separate unit groups for supervisors.
The one exception being unit group D111 Head Nurses and Supervisors.
Technical occupations follow a similar rule and there are no separate unit groups for supervisors in this
area.
Even where separate supervisory unit groups exist, "lead hands" are not classified to them as previous
research has indicated that supervision is usually only a minor part of such jobs.
Apprentices
Apprentices are classified as tradesmen/women. For example an apprentice carpenter is considered a
carpenter and is classified to unit group H121 Carpenters.
Helpers
Helpers are usually considered as labourers. Most helpers will be found in the building trades such as
carpenter’s helper, mason’s helper, roofer’s helper, etc. These jobs are not to be confused with formal
apprenticeships and are not classified as tradesmen/women but are classified to unit group H821
Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers.
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Labourers
Labourers are classified in separate unit groups in the following major groups and minor groups:
I2
Primary Production Labourers
J3
Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
H82
Trades Helpers and Labourers
H83
Public Works and Other Labourers n.e.c.
V. Sample questions for obtaining occupation information
The following questions indicate the type of information and the format that could be used to obtain the
facts necessary to classify an occupation.
a) For whom did you work?
Name of firm, government agency, etc. Department, branch, division, section or plant.
b) What kind of business, industry or service was this?
Give full description; for example, paper box manufacturing, road construction, retail shoe store, secondary
school, dairy farm.
c) What kind of work were you doing?
Give full description; for example, accounting clerk, sales representative, civil engineer, secondary teacher,
garage foreman/woman, metal worker.
d) In this work, what were your most important activities or duties?
For example, verifying invoices, selling electrical tools, managing the research department, teaching
mathematics, supervising auto mechanics, operating lathe (If in the armed forces, give rank.)
e) In this job were you mainly:
• Working for wages, salary, tips or commission?
• Working without pay on a family farm or in a business?
• Self-employed without paid help?
• Self-employed with paid help?
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A
Management Occupations
A0
Senior Management Occupations
A01
Legislators and Senior Management
A011
A012
A013
A014
A015
A016
A1
Specialist Managers
A11
Administrative Services Managers
A111
A112
A113
A114
A12
A13
Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers
Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers
A141
Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers
Managers in Retail Trade, Food and Accommodation Services
A21
Managers in Retail Trade
A211
A22
Retail Trade Managers
Managers in Food Service and Accommodation
A221
A222
A3
Engineering Managers
Computer and Information Systems Managers
Architecture and Science Managers
Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers
A131
A14
Financial Managers
Human Resources Managers
Purchasing Managers
Other Administrative Services Managers
Managers in Engineering, Architecture, Science and Information Systems
A121
A122
A123
A2
Legislators
Senior Government Managers and Officials
Senior Managers - Financial, Communications and Other Business Services
Senior Managers - Health, Education, Social and Community Services and
Membership Organizations
Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services, n.e.c.
Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and
Construction
Restaurant and Food Service Managers
Accommodation Service Managers
Other Managers n.e.c.
A30
Managers in Financial and Business Services
A301
A302
A303
A31
Managers in Communication (Except Broadcasting)
A311
A312
A32
Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage Managers
Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers
Other Business Services Managers
Telecommunication Carriers Managers
Postal and Courier Services Managers
Managers in Health, Education, Social and Community Services
A321
A322
A323
A324
Managers in Health Care
Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational Training
School Principals and Administrators of Elementary and Secondary
Education
Managers in Social, Community and Correctional Services
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A33
Managers in Public Administration
A331
A332
A333
A334
A34
Construction Managers
Residential Home Builders and Renovators
Transportation Managers
Managers in Primary Production (Except Agriculture)
A381
A39
Other Services Managers
Managers in Construction and Transportation
A371
A372
A373
A38
Commissioned Police Officers
Fire Chiefs and Senior Firefighting Officers
Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces
Managers in Other Services
A361
A37
Library, Archive, Museum and Art Gallery Managers
Managers - Publishing, Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Performing Arts
Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program and Service Directors
Managers in Protective Service
A351
A352
A353
A36
Government Managers - Health and Social Policy Development and Program
Administration
Government Managers - Economic Analysis, Policy Development and
Program Administration
Government Managers - Education Policy Development and Program
Administration
Other Managers in Public Administration
Managers in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
A341
A342
A343
A35
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Managers in Manufacturing and Utilities
A391
A392
Manufacturing Managers
Utilities Managers
B
Business, Finance and Administrative Occupations
B0
Professional Occupations in Business and Finance
B1
B01
Auditors, Accountants and Investment Professionals
B011
Financial Auditors and Accountants
B012
Financial and Investment Analysts
B013
Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers
B014
Other Financial Officers
B02
Human Resources and Business Service Professionals
B021
Specialists in Human Resources
B022
Professional Occupations in Business Services to Management
Finance and Insurance Administration Occupations
B11
Finance and Insurance Administrative Occupations
B111
B112
B113
B114
B115
B116
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Loan Officers
Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners
Insurance Underwriters
Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers
Customs, Ship and Other Brokers
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Classification structure
Secretaries
B21
Secretaries, Recorders and Transcriptionists
B211
B212
B213
B214
B3
Administrative and Regulatory Occupations
B31
Administrative and Regulatory Occupations
B311
B312
B313
B314
B315
B316
B317
B318
B4
Administrative Officers
Executive Assistants
Personnel and Recruitment Officers
Property Administrators
Purchasing Agents and Officers
Conference and Event Planners
Court Officers and Justices of the Peace
Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue Officers
Clerical Supervisors
B41
Clerical Supervisors
B411
B412
B413
B414
B415
B5
Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)
Legal Secretaries
Medical Secretaries
Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists
Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support Clerks
Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks
Supervisors, Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks
Supervisors, Mail and Message Distribution Occupations
Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations
Clerical Occupations
B51
Clerical Occupations, General Office Skills
B511
B513
B514
B52
General Office Clerks
Records Management and Filing Clerks
Receptionists and Switchboard Operators
Office Equipment Operators
B522
B523
B524
Data Entry Clerks
Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations
Telephone Operators
B53
Finance and Insurance Clerks
B531
Accounting and Related Clerks
B532
Payroll Clerks
B533
Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services
B534
Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks
B535
Collectors
B54
Administrative Support Clerks
B541
B542
B543
B55
Administrative Clerks
Personnel Clerks
Court Clerks
Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks
B551
B552
B553
B554
Library Clerks
Correspondence, Publication and Related Clerks
Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks
Survey Interviewers and Statistical Clerks
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B56
Mail and Message Distribution Occupations
B561
B562
B563
B57
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Mail, Postal and Related Clerks
Letter Carriers
Couriers, Messengers and Door-to-Door Distributors
Recording, Scheduling and Distributing Occupations
B571
B572
B573
B574
B575
B576
Shippers and Receivers
Storekeepers and Parts Clerks
Production Clerks
Purchasing and Inventory Clerks
Dispatchers and Radio Operators
Transportation Route and Crew Schedulers
C
Natural and Applied Sciences and Related Occupations
C0
Professional Occupations in Natural and Applied Sciences
C01
Physical Science Professionals
C011
C012
C013
C014
C015
C02
Life Science Professionals
C021
Biologists and Related Scientists
C022
Forestry Professionals
C023
Agricultural Representatives, Consultants and Specialists
C03
Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineers
C031
C032
C033
C034
C04
C05
Civil Engineers
Mechanical Engineers
Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Chemical Engineers
Other Engineers
C041
C042
C043
C044
C045
C046
C047
C048
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers
Metallurgical and Materials Engineers
Mining Engineers
Geological Engineers
Petroleum Engineers
Aerospace Engineers
Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers and Designers)
Other Professional Engineers, n.e.c.
Architects, Urban Planners and Land Surveyors
C051
C052
C053
C054
Architects
Landscape Architects
Urban and Land Use Planners
Land Surveyors
C06
Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
C061
Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
C07
Computer and Information Systems Professionals
C071
C072
C073
C074
22
Physicists and Astronomers
Chemists
Geologists, Geochemists and Geophysicists
Meteorologists
Other Professional Occupations in Physical Sciences
Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
Database Analysts and Data Administrators
Software Engineers and Designers
Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
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C075
C1
Web Designers and Developers
Technical Occupations Related to Natural and Applied Sciences
C11
Technical Occupations in Physical Sciences
C111
C112
C113
C12
Technical Occupations in Life Sciences
C121
C122
C123
C124
C125
C13
C164
Non-destructive Testers and Inspectors
Engineering Inspectors and Regulatory Officers
Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health and Occupational Health and
Safety
Construction Inspectors
Transportation Officers and Controllers
C171
C172
C173
C174
C175
C18
Architectural Technologists and Technicians
Industrial Designers
Drafting Technologists and Technicians
Land Survey Technologists and Technicians
Mapping and Related Technologists and Technicians
Other Technical Inspectors and Regulatory Officers
C161
C162
C163
C17
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment)
Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and Avionics Mechanics, Technicians and
Inspectors
Technical Occupations in Architecture, Drafting, Surveying and Mapping
C151
C152
C153
C154
C155
C16
Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians
Construction Estimators
Technical Occupations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering
C141
C142
C143
C144
C15
Biological Technologists and Technicians
Agricultural and Fish Products Inspectors
Forestry Technologists and Technicians
Conservation and Fishery Officers
Landscape and Horticulture Technicians and Specialists
Technical Occupations in Civil, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
C131
C132
C133
C134
C14
Chemical Technologists and Technicians
Geological and Mineral Technologists and Technicians
Meteorological Technicians
Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors
Air Traffic Control and Related Occupations
Deck Officers, Water Transport
Engineer Officers, Water Transport
Railway Traffic Controllers and Marine Traffic Regulators
Technical Occupations in Computer and Information Systems
C181
C182
C183
Computer Network Technicians
User Support Technicians
Systems Testing Technicians
D
Health Occupations
D0
Professional Occupations in Health
D01
Physicians, Dentists and Veterinarians
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Classification structure
D011
D012
D013
D014
D02
Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists
D031
Pharmacists
D032
Dietitians and Nutritionists
D04
Therapy and Assessment Professionals
Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses
D111
D112
Head Nurses and Supervisors
Registered Nurses
Technical and Related Occupations in Health
D21
Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health)
D211
D212
D213
D214
D215
D216
D217
D218
D219
D22
D23
Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants
Medical Laboratory Technicians
Veterinary and Animal Health Technologists and Technicians
Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary
Technologists
Medical Radiation Technologists
Medical Sonographers
Cardiology Technologists
Electroencephalographic and Other Diagnostic Technologists, n.e.c.
Other Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health)
Technical Occupations in Dental Health Care
D221
D222
D223
Denturists
Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists
Dental Technologists, Technicians and Laboratory Bench Workers
Other Technical Occupations in Health Care (Except Dental)
D231
D232
D233
D234
D235
Opticians
Midwives and Practitioners of Natural Healing
Licensed Practical Nurses
Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations
Other Technical Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
D31
Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
D311
D312
D313
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Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
Physiotherapists
Occupational Therapists
Other Professional Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses
D11
D3
Optometrists
Chiropractors
Other Professional Occupations in Health Diagnosing and Treating
D03
D041
D042
D043
D044
D2
Specialist Physicians
General Practitioners and Family Physicians
Dentists
Veterinarians
Optometrists, Chiropractors and Other Health Diagnosing and Treating Professionals
D021
D022
D023
D1
NOC-S 2006
Dental Assistants
Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates
Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
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Classification structure
E
Occupations in Social Science, Education, Government Service and Religion
E0
Judges, Lawyers, Psychologists, Social Workers, Ministers of Religion, and Policy and
Program Officers
E01
Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries
E011
E012
E02
Psychologists, Social Workers, Counsellors, Clergy and Probation Officers
E021
E022
E023
E024
E025
E03
E032
E033
E034
E035
E036
E037
E038
E039
Natural and Applied Science Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program
Officers
Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts
Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants
Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
Education Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program Supervisors and Consultants
Program Officers Unique to Government
Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c.
Health Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
Teachers and Professors
E11
University Professors and Assistants
E111
E112
E12
E13
University Professors
Post-Secondary Teaching and Research Assistants
College and Other Vocational Instructors
E121
College and Other Vocational Instructors
Secondary and Elementary School Teachers and Educational Counsellors
E131
E132
E133
E2
Psychologists
Social Workers
Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors
Ministers of Religion
Probation and Parole Officers and Related Occupations
Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants
E031
E1
Judges
Lawyers and Quebec Notaries
Secondary School Teachers
Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers
Educational Counsellors
Paralegals, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion, n.e.c.
E21
Paralegals, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion, n.e.c.
E211
E212
E213
E214
E215
E216
E217
Paralegal and Related Occupations
Community and Social Service Workers
Employment Counsellors
Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities
Other Instructors
Other Religious Occupations
Early Childhood Educators and Assistants
F
Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
F0
Professional Occupations in Art and Culture
F01
Librarians, Archivists, Conservators and Curators
F011
Librarians
F012
Conservators and Curators
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Classification structure
F013
F02
Authors and Writers
Editors
Journalists
Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications
Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters
Creative and Performing Artists
F031
F032
F033
F034
F035
F036
F1
Archivists
Writing, Translating and Public Relations Professionals
F021
F022
F023
F024
F025
F03
NOC-S 2006
Producers, Directors, Choreographers and Related Occupations
Conductors, Composers and Arrangers
Musicians and Singers
Dancers
Actors and Comedians
Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists
Technical Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
F11
Technical Occupations in Libraries, Archives, Museums and Art Galleries
F111
F112
F12
Library and Archive Technicians and Assistants
Technical Occupations Related to Museums and Art Galleries
Photographers, Graphic Arts Technicians and Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations
in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
F121
F122
F123
F124
F125
F126
F127
Photographers
Film and Video Camera Operators
Graphic Arts Technicians
Broadcast Technicians
Audio and Video Recording Technicians
Other Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures,
Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
Support Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing
Arts
F13
Announcers and Other Performers
F131
Announcers and Other Broadcasters
F132
Other Performers
F14
Creative Designers and Craftspersons
F141
F142
F143
F144
F145
F15
Graphic Designers and Illustrators
Interior Designers
Theatre, Fashion, Exhibit and Other Creative Designers
Artisans and Craftspersons
Patternmakers - Textile, Leather and Fur Products
Athletes, Coaches, Referees and Related Occupations
F151
F152
F153
F154
Athletes
Coaches
Sports Officials and Referees
Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and Fitness
G
Sales and Service Occupations
G0
Sales and Service Supervisors
G01
Sales and Service Supervisors
G011
G012
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Retail Trade Supervisors
Food Service Supervisors
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Classification structure
G013
G014
G015
G016
G1
Wholesale, Technical, Insurance, Real Estate Sales Specialists, and Retail, Wholesale and
Grain Buyers
G11
Sales Representatives, Wholesale Trade
G111
G12
G13
Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
G211
Cashiers
G311
Cashiers
Chefs and Cooks
G41
Chefs and Cooks
G411
Chefs
G412
Cooks
Occupations in Food and Beverage Service
G51
Occupations in Food and Beverage Service
G511
G512
G513
G6
Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
Cashiers
G31
G5
Insurance Agents and Brokers
Real Estate Agents and Salespersons
Retail and Wholesale Buyers
Grain Elevator Operators
Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
G21
G4
Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade
Insurance and Real Estate Sales Occupations and Buyers
G131
G132
G133
G134
G3
Sales Representatives - Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical)
Technical Sales Specialists, Wholesale Trade
G121
G2
Executive Housekeepers
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Supervisors
Cleaning Supervisors
Other Service Supervisors
Maîtres d’hôtel and Hosts / Hostesses
Bartenders
Food and Beverage Servers
Occupations in Protective Services
G61
Police Officers and Firefighters
G611
G612
G62
Other Occupations in Protective Service
G621
G622
G623
G624
G625
G63
Police Officers (Except Commissioned)
Firefighters
Sheriffs and Bailiffs
Correctional Service Officers
By-Law Enforcement and Other Regulatory Officers, n.e.c.
Other Ranks, Armed Forces
Other Protective Service Occupations
Security Guards and Related Occupations
G631
Security Guards and Related Occupations
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Classification structure
G7
Occupations in Travel and Accommodation Including Attendants in Recreation and Sport
G71
Occupations in Travel and Accommodation
G711
G712
G713
G714
G715
G72
G73
Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and Sport
Other Attendants in Accommodation and Travel
Childcare and Home Support Workers
G81
Childcare and Home Support Workers
G811
G812
G814
Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations
Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants
Babysitters, Nannies and Parents’ Helpers
Sales and Service Occupations n.e.c.
G91
Technical Occupations in Personal Service
G911
G912
G92
Hairstylists and Barbers
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Other Occupations in Personal Service
G921
G922
G923
G924
Image, Social and Other Personal Consultants
Estheticians, Electrologists and Related Occupations
Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers
Other Personal Service Occupations
G93
Cleaners
G931
Light Duty Cleaners
G932
Specialized Cleaners
G933
Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents
G94
Butchers and Bakers
G941
Butchers, Meat Cutters and Fishmongers - Retail and Wholesale
G942
Bakers
G96
Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
G961
G97
G98
Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
Other Sales and Related Occupations
G971
G972
G973
Service Station Attendants
Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers
Other Elemental Sales Occupations
Other Elemental Service Occupations
G981
G982
G983
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Tour and Travel Guides
Outdoor Sport and Recreational Guides
Casino Occupations
Other Occupations in Travel, Accommodation, Amusement and Recreation
G731
G732
G9
Travel Counsellors
Pursers and Flight Attendants
Airline Sales and Service Agents
Ticket Agents, Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except
Airline)
Hotel Front Desk Clerks
Tour and Recreational Guides and Casino Occupations
G721
G722
G723
G8
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Dry Cleaning and Laundry Occupations
Ironing, Pressing and Finishing Occupations
Other Elemental Service Occupations
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Classification structure
H
Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators and Related Occupations
H0
Contractors and Supervisors in Trades and Transportation
H01
Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers
H011
H012
H013
H014
H015
H016
H017
H018
H019
H02
Supervisors, Railway and Motor Transportation Occupations
H021
H022
H1
Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations
Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit Operators
Construction Trades
H11
Plumbers, Pipefitters and Gas Fitters
H111
H112
H113
H12
H13
Carpenters
Cabinetmakers
Masonry and Plastering Trades
H131
H132
H133
H134
H14
Plumbers
Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers
Gas Fitters
Carpenters and Cabinetmakers
H121
H122
H2
Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations
Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications
Occupations
Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades
Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades
Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades
Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades
Contractors and Supervisors, Heavy Construction Equipment Crews
Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations
Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers
and Servicers
Bricklayers
Concrete Finishers
Tilesetters
Plasterers, Drywall Installers and Finishers and Lathers
Other Construction Trades
H141
Roofers and Shinglers
H142
Glaziers
H143
Insulators
H144
Painters and Decorators
H145
Floor Covering Installers
Stationary Engineers, Power Station Operators and Electrical Trades and
Telecommunications Occupations
H21
Electrical Trades and Telecommunication Occupations
H211
H212
H213
H214
H215
H216
H217
H22
Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System)
Industrial Electricians
Power System Electricians
Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers
Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers
Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers
Cable Television Service and Maintenance Technicians
Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators
H221
H222
Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators
Power Systems and Power Station Operators
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Classification structure
H3
Machinists, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Occupations
H31
Machinists and Related Occupations
H311
H312
H32
Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle)
H411
H412
H413
H414
H415
H416
H417
H418
Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile)
Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics
Railway Carmen / women
Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors
Machine Fitters
Textile Machinery Mechanics and Repairers
Elevator Constructors and Mechanics
H42
Automotive Service Technicians
H421
Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical
Repairers
H422
Motor Vehicle Body Repairers
H43
Other Mechanics
H431
Oil and Solid Fuel Heating Mechanics
H432
Electric Appliance Servicers and Repairers
H433
Electrical Mechanics
H434
Motorcycle and Other Related Mechanics
H435
Other Small Engine and Equipment Mechanics
Other Trades n.e.c.
H51
Upholsterers, Tailors, Shoe Repairers, Jewellers and Related Occupations
H511
H512
H513
H514
H52
H53
Upholsterers
Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Milliners
Shoe Repairers and Shoemakers
Jewellers, Watch Repairers and Related Occupations
Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related
Occupations, n.e.c.
H521
H522
H523
Printing Press Operators
Commercial Divers
Other Trades and Related Occupations
Other Installers, Repairers and Servicers
H531
H532
H533
H534
H535
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Sheet Metal Workers
Boilermakers
Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters
Ironworkers
Blacksmiths and Die Setters
Welders and Related Machine Operators
Mechanics
H41
H5
Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors
Tool and Die Makers
Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades
H321
H322
H323
H324
H325
H326
H4
NOC-S 2006
Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers
Waterworks and Gas Maintenance Workers
Automotive Mechanical Installers and Servicers
Pest Controllers and Fumigators
Other Repairers and Servicers
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Classification structure
Heavy Equipment and Crane Operators Including Drillers
H61
Heavy Equipment Operators
H611
H612
H62
Crane Operators, Drillers and Blasters
H621
H622
H623
H7
Crane Operators
Drillers and Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying and Construction
Water Well Drillers
Transportation Equipment Operators and Related Workers, Excluding Labourers
H71
Motor Vehicle and Transit Drivers
H711
Truck Drivers
H712
Bus Drivers, Subway Operators and Other Transit Operators
H713
Taxi and Limousine Drivers and Chauffeurs
H714
Delivery and Courier Service Drivers
H72
Train Crew Operating Occupations
H721
H722
H73
Railway and Yard Locomotive Engineers
Railway Conductors and Brakemen / women
Other Transport Equipment Operators and Related Workers
H731
H732
H733
H734
H735
H736
H737
H8
Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane)
Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators
Railway Yard Workers
Railway Track Maintenance Workers
Deck Crew, Water Transport
Engine Room Crew, Water Transport
Lock and Cable Ferry Operators and Related Occupations
Boat Operators
Air Transport Ramp Attendants
Trades Helpers, Construction and Transportation Labourers and Related Occupations
H81
Longshore Workers and Material Handlers
H811
H812
H82
Trades Helpers and Labourers
H821
H822
H83
Longshore Workers
Material Handlers
Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers
Other Trades Helpers and Labourers
Public Works and Other Labourers, n.e.c.
H831
Public Works and Maintenance Labourers
H832
Railway and Motor Transport Labourers
I
Occupations Unique to Primary Industry
I0
Occupations Unique to Agriculture Excluding Labourers
I01
Contractors, Operators and Supervisors in Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture
I02
I011
Farmers and Farm Managers
I012
Agricultural and Related Service Contractors and Managers
I013
Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers
I014
Nursery and Greenhouse Operators and Managers
I015
Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Contractors and Managers
I016
Supervisors, Landscape and Horticulture
I017
Aquaculture Operators and Managers
Agriculture and Horticulture Workers
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I021
I022
I1
General Farm Workers
Nursery and Greenhouse Workers
Occupations Unique to Forestry Operations, Mining, Oil and Gas Extraction and Fishing,
Excluding Labourers
I11
Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
I111
I12
I13
Chain Saw and Skidder Operators
Silviculture and Forestry Workers
Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen / women
I171
I172
I18
Logging Machinery Operators
Logging and Forestry Workers
I161
I162
I17
Underground Mine Service and Support Workers
Oil and Gas Well Drilling Workers and Services Operators
Logging Machinery Operators
I151
I16
Underground Production and Development Miners
Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers and Related Workers
Mine Service Workers and Operators in Oil and Gas Drilling
I141
I142
I15
Supervisors, Mining and Quarrying
Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service
Underground Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers and Related Workers
I131
I132
I14
Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas
I121
I122
Fishing Masters and Officers
Fishing Vessel Skippers and Fishermen / women
Other Fishing and Trapping Occupations
I181
I182
I2
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Fishing Vessel Deckhands
Trappers and Hunters
Primary Production Labourers
I21
Primary Production Labourers
I211
I212
I213
I214
I215
I216
Harvesting Labourers
Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers
Aquaculture and Marine Harvest Labourers
Mine Labourers
Oil and Gas Drilling, Servicing and Related Labourers
Logging and Forestry Labourers
J
Occupations Unique to Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
J0
Supervisors in Manufacturing
J01
Supervisors, Processing Occupations
J011
J012
J013
J014
J015
J016
J02
Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication
J021
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Supervisors, Mineral and Metal Processing
Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities
Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products Manufacturing
Supervisors, Forest Products Processing
Supervisors, Textile Processing
Supervisors, Motor Vehicle Assembling
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J022
J023
J024
J025
J026
J027
J1
Supervisors, Electronics Manufacturing
Supervisors, Electrical Products Manufacturing
Supervisors, Furniture and Fixtures Manufacturing
Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing
Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing
Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and Assembly
Machine Operators in Manufacturing
J11
Central Control and Process Operators in Manufacturing and Processing
J111
J112
J113
J114
J12
Machine Operators and Related Workers in Metal and Mineral Products Processing
J121
J122
J123
J124
J125
J13
Sewing Machine Operators
Fabric, Fur and Leather Cutters
Hide and Pelt Processing Workers
Inspectors and Testers, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing
Machine Operators and Related Workers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
J171
J172
J173
J174
J175
J18
Textile Fibre and Yarn Preparation Machine Operators
Weavers, Knitters and Other Fabric-Making Occupations
Textile Dyeing and Finishing Machine Operators
Textile Inspectors, Graders and Samplers
Machine Operators and Related Workers in Fabric, Fur and Leather Products
Manufacturing
J161
J162
J163
J164
J17
Sawmill Machine Operators
Pulp Mill Machine Operators
Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators
Other Wood Processing Machine Operators
Paper Converting Machine Operators
Lumber Graders and Other Wood Processing Inspectors and Graders
Machine Operators and Related Workers in Textile Processing
J151
J152
J153
J154
J16
Chemical Plant Machine Operators
Plastics Processing Machine Operators
Rubber Processing Machine Operators and Related Workers
Water and Waste Plant Operators
Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper Production and Wood
Processing
J141
J142
J143
J144
J145
J146
J15
Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
Foundry Workers
Glass Forming and Finishing Machine Operators and Glass Cutters
Concrete, Clay and Stone Forming Operators
Inspectors and Testers, Mineral and Metal Processing
Machine Operators and Related Workers in Chemical, Plastic and Rubber Processing
J131
J132
J133
J134
J14
Central Control and Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Process Operators
Pulping Control Operators
Papermaking and Coating Control Operators
Process Control and Machine Operators, Food and Beverage Processing
Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry Preparers and Related Workers
Fish Plant Workers
Tobacco Processing Machine Operators
Testers and Graders, Food and Beverage Processing
Printing Machine Operators and Related Occupations
J181
Printing Machine Operators
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Classification structure
J182
J183
J184
J19
Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Assemblers
J211
J212
J213
J214
J215
J216
J217
J22
Aircraft Assemblers and Aircraft Assembly Inspectors
Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers
Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers
Assemblers and Inspectors, Electrical Appliance, Apparatus and Equipment
Manufacturing
Assemblers, Fabricators and Inspectors, Industrial Electrical Motors and
Transformers
Mechanical Assemblers and Inspectors
Machine Operators and Inspectors, Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing
Other Assembly and Related Occupations
J221
J222
J223
J224
J225
J226
J227
J228
Boat Assemblers and Inspectors
Furniture and Fixture Assemblers and Inspectors
Other Wood Products Assemblers and Inspectors
Furniture Finishers and Refinishers
Plastic Products Assemblers, Finishers and Inspectors
Painters and Coaters - Industrial
Plating, Metal Spraying and Related Operators
Other Assemblers and Inspectors
Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
J31
Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
J311
J312
J313
J314
J315
J316
J317
J318
J319
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Machining Tool Operators
Forging Machine Operators
Woodworking Machine Operators
Metalworking Machine Operators
Other Metal Products Machine Operators
Other Products Machine Operators
Assemblers in Manufacturing
J21
J3
Camera, Platemaking and Other Prepress Occupations
Binding and Finishing Machine Operators
Photographic and Film Processors
Machining, Metalworking, Woodworking and Related Machine Operators
J191
J192
J193
J194
J196
J197
J2
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Labourers in Mineral and Metal Processing
Labourers in Metal Fabrication
Labourers in Chemical Products Processing and Utilities
Labourers in Wood, Pulp and Paper Processing
Labourers in Rubber and Plastic Products Manufacturing
Labourers in Textile Processing
Labourers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
Labourers in Fish Processing
Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
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A – Management Occupations
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A – Management Occupations
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions
of management by planning, organizing, co-ordinating, directing, controlling, staffing, and formulating,
implementing or enforcing policy, either directly or through other levels of management. Supervising is not
considered to be a management function.
A0 Senior Management Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with establishing government policy and
carrying out the functions of management through middle managers, in all levels of government
and in industrial, commercial, or institutional organizations. Managing functions include: planning,
organizing, co-ordinating, directing, controlling, staffing, and formulating, implementing or enforcing
policy. Supervising is not considered to be a management function.
A01 Legislators and Senior Management
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with establishing government policy and
carrying out the functions of management through middle managers, in all levels of government
and in industrial, commercial, or institutional organizations. Managing functions include: planning,
organizing, co-ordinating, directing, controlling, staffing, and formulating, implementing or enforcing
policy. Supervising is not considered to be a management function.
A011 Legislators
Legislators participate in the activities of a federal, provincial, territorial or local government legislative
body or executive council, band council or school board as elected or appointed members.
Exclusion
• Other occupations requiring election such as those concerned with associations, voluntary
organizations and hospital boards (A32, Managers in Health, Education, Social and Community
Services).
Example titles
• Cabinet minister
• City councillor
• First Nations band chief
• Governor general
• Lieutenant-governor
• Mayor
• Member of Parliament (MP)
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Member of the National Assembly (MNA)
Member of the Provincial Parliament (MPP)
Premier
Prime minister
School board trustee
Senator
A012 Senior Government Managers and Officials
Senior government managers and officials plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate, through middle
managers, the major activities of municipal or regional governments or of provincial, territorial or
federal departments, boards, agencies or commissions. They establish the direction to be taken by these
organizations in accordance with legislation and policies made by elected representatives or legislative
bodies.
Exclusions
• Occupations which are primarily concerned with management below the senior level (A1, Specialist
Managers; or A33, Managers in Public Administration); and
• Judges and magistrates (E011, Judges).
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Example titles
• Assistant deputy minister
• Chairperson, Human Rights Commission
• Chief administrative officer - regional
municipality
• Chief statistician - government services
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City administrator
Deputy minister
Director general - government services
Executive director - government services
High commissioner
A013 Senior Managers - Financial, Communications and Other Business Services
Senior managers in this unit group are usually appointed by a board of directors, to which they report.
Working either alone or in conjunction with the board of directors, they develop and establish objectives
for the company and develop or approve policies and programs. They plan, organize, direct, control and
evaluate, through middle managers, the operations of their organization in relation to established objectives.
Example titles
• Bank president
• Chief executive officer (CEO) - telephone
company
• Chief financial officer (CFO) - advertising
agency
• Chief operating officer - engineering firm
• Executive director, credit union
• Executive vice-president, real estate agency
• General manager, real estate management
company
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President, advertising agency
President and chief executive officer
President, computing service company
Regional vice-president, trust company
Vice-president, human resources - bank
Vice-president, marketing - clerical staff
services
• Vice-president, operations - satellite
communication services
A014 Senior Managers - Health, Education, Social and Community Services and
Membership Organizations
Senior managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate, through middle managers,
membership and other organizations or institutions that deliver health, education, social or community
services. They formulate policies which establish the direction to be taken by these organizations, either
alone or in conjunction with a board of directors.
Example titles
• Chairperson, arts and culture association
• Chairperson, scientific association
• Chief financial officer (CFO), educational
institution
• Corporate controller, social services
institution
• Executive director, health services institution
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Executive director, professional association
Executive director, voluntary organization
General manager, membership organization
President, business association
President, labour organization
President, music guild
A015 Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services, n.e.c.
Senior managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate, through middle managers,
trade, broadcasting and other service companies not elsewhere classified. They formulate policies which
establish the direction to be taken by these companies, either alone or in conjunction with a board of
directors.
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A – Management Occupations
Example titles
• Chief executive officer (CEO), travel agency
• Chief financial officer (CFO), professional
sports club
• Corporate controller, restaurant chain
• Executive director, automobile association
• General manager, cleaning service
• President, department store
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• Vice-president, engineering - television
broadcasting services
• Vice-president, finance - food wholesaling
• Vice-president, marketing - grocery store
chain
• Vice-president, operations - radio
broadcasting services
A016 Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction
Senior managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate, through middle managers,
the overall operations of goods production, utility, transportation and construction companies. They
formulate policies which establish the direction to be taken by these companies, either alone or in
conjunction with other members of a board of directors.
Example titles
• Chief executive officer (CEO) manufacturing company
• Chief financial officer (CFO) - urban transit
system
• Corporate controller, logging company
• Executive vice-president - railway
• General manager, trucking company
• President, residential construction company
• Publishing house general manager
• Regional vice-president, petroleum
production company
• Vice-president, finance - mining company
• Vice-president, marketing - airline
• Vice-president, operations - electric power
company
• Vice-president, sales - pulp and paper
manufacturing
A1 Specialist Managers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in a specialized field such as finance, personnel, purchasing, sales, production, engineering or facility
management within an industrial, commercial, professional or institutional organization in the private
or government sectors. Managing functions include: planning, organizing, co-ordinating, directing,
controlling, staffing, and formulating, implementing or enforcing policy. Supervising is not considered to
be a management function.
A11 Administrative Services Managers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in finance, personnel, purchasing and other administrative activities within an industrial, commercial,
professional or institutional organization in the private or government sectors.
A111 Financial Managers
Financial managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operation of financial and accounting
departments. They develop and implement the financial policies and systems of establishments. Financial
managers establish performance standards and prepare various financial reports for senior management.
They are employed in financial and accounting departments in companies throughout the private sector
and in government.
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Exclusions
• Senior financial managers, such as vice-president of finance or director general of finance (A01,
Legislators and Senior Management); and
• Managers who work in the financial field but are not specialists in financial administration (A30,
Managers in Financial and Business Services; or A33, Managers in Public Administration).
Example titles
• Controller
• Director - financial services
• Director of accounting
• Finance director
• Financial administrator
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Manager, financial control
Manager, financial planning and analysis
Manager, internal audit services
Treasurer
A112 Human Resources Managers
Human resources managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of human resources
and personnel departments, and develop and implement policies, programs and procedures regarding
human resource planning, recruitment, collective bargaining, training and development, occupation
classification and pay and benefit administration. They represent management and participate actively
on various joint committees to maintain ongoing relations between management and employees. Human
resources managers are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Senior personnel managers such as vice-president, human resources or director-general, personnel
(A01, Legislators and Senior Management);
• Managers responsible for human resources as well as another administrative activity (e.g. finance
and human resource administration) (A114, Other Administrative Services Managers);
• Managers of personnel supply or temporary help agencies (A303, Other Business Services
Managers); and
• Labour contract negotiators (B021, Specialists in Human Resources).
Example titles
• Administrator, human resources
• Manager, employer-employee relations
• Manager, employment equity - human
resources
• Manager, human resources
• Manager, industrial relations
• Manager, occupational health and safety
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Manager, pay and benefits
Manager, personnel
Manager, personnel services
Manager, personnel training and
development
• Manager, recruiting
• Manager, staff relations
A113 Purchasing Managers
Purchasing managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of a purchasing department
and develop and implement the purchasing policies of a business or institution. They are employed
throughout the public and private sectors.
Exclusions
• Senior managers responsible for purchasing (A01, Legislators and Senior Management);
• Managers responsible for purchasing as well as another administration activity (A114, Other
Administrative Services Managers);
• Purchasing agents (B315, Purchasing Agents and Officers); and
• Retail buyers (G133, Retail and Wholesale Buyers).
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Example titles
• Contract manager
• Director, procurement operations
• Director, purchasing
• Food purchasing manager
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• Material manager
• Purchasing manager
A114 Other Administrative Services Managers
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate departments responsible
for corporate governance and regulatory compliance, records management, security services, admissions
and other administrative services not elsewhere classified. Also included in this unit group are managers
responsible for departments involved in two or more of the following activities: finance, human resources,
purchasing, computer systems or administrative services. Managers in this unit group are employed
throughout the public and private sector.
Exclusions
• Senior managers responsible for administration (A01, Legislators and Senior Management);
• Accounting managers (A111, Financial Managers);
• Personnel managers (A112, Human Resources Managers);
• Computer managers (A122, Computer and Information Systems Managers);
• Security service firm managers (A303, Other Business Services Managers);
• Administrators in health, and school directors and administrators (A32, Managers in Health,
Education, Social and Community Services); and
• Office managers (B311, Administrative Officers).
Example titles
• Business manager - non-profit organization
• Chief, administrative services
• Inventory control manager
• Manager, administrative services
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Manager, security
Manager, support services
Records administrator
Regional administrative manager
A12 Managers in Engineering, Architecture, Science and Information Systems
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in engineering, architecture, computer services and data processing businesses, or departments providing
these services in organizations in the private or government sectors.
A121 Engineering Managers
Engineering managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of an engineering
department, service or firm. They are employed by a wide range of private sector and government
establishments and by consulting engineering and scientific research companies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in engineering, architecture and sciences (A013, Senior Managers - Financial,
Communications and Other Business Services); and
• Construction operations managers (A371, Construction Managers).
Example titles
• Director, engineering research and
development
• Electrical engineering service manager
• Engineering department manager
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• Manager, telecommunications engineering
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• Production engineering manager
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A122 Computer and Information Systems Managers
Computer and information systems managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities
of organizations that analyze, design, develop, implement, operate and administer computer and
telecommunications software, networks and information systems. They are employed throughout the
public and private sectors.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in information systems and data processing (A013, Senior Managers - Financial,
Communications and Other Business Services); and
• System analysts that may refer to themselves as project managers (C071, Information Systems
Analysts and Consultants).
Example titles
• Computer systems manager
• Data centre manager
• Data processing director
• EDP (electronic data processing) manager
• Information systems manager
• Manager, data processing and systems
analysis
• Manager, management information system
(MIS)
• Manager, software engineering
• Software development manager
• Systems development manager
A123 Architecture and Science Managers
Architecture and science managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of an
architecture, landscape architecture, scientific or statistical department, service or firm. They are employed
by a wide range of private sector and government establishments as well as by architectural firms and
scientific research companies.
Example titles
• Architectural manager
• Chief actuary
• Director, agricultural chemistry branch
• Director of architecture
• Director of research - forestry
• Director of research - manufacturing
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Director of research - mining
Landscape architecture manager
Manager, life sciences program
Manager, petroleum geology department
Scientific research department manager
Statistical service manager
A13 Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out management functions for
selling, marketing, and advertising products and services. Sales, marketing and advertising managers may
specialize in a particular industry’s product lines.
A131 Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers
Sales, marketing and advertising managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities
of establishments and departments involved in commercial, industrial, wholesale and e-business sales,
marketing, advertising and public relations. They are employed by commercial, industrial and wholesale
establishments, marketing and public relations consulting companies and government departments.
Exclusions
• Senior managers of sales, marketing, and advertising (A01, Legislators and Senior Management);
• Sales managers in retail trade (A211, Retail Trade Managers); and
• Insurance sales or securities sales managers (A301, Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage
Managers).
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Example titles
• Advertising director
• Advertising manager
• Corporate sales manager
• Director, communications
• Director, media relations
• Director, public relations
• Fundraising campaign manager
• Internet communications manager
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Manager, e-business
Marketing manager
Promotions manager
Regional sales manager
Sales and marketing manager
Web communications manager
Web marketing manager
A14 Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with planning, organizing, directing and
controlling the operation and maintenance of commercial, institutional and recreational facilities. Facility
managers are employed in a wide range of facilities such as office buildings, shopping centres, airports,
harbours, warehouses, grain terminals, and sports facilities.
A141 Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers
Facility operation managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of commercial,
transportation and recreational facilities and the included real estate. Facility operation managers are
employed by a wide range of establishments, such as airports, harbours, canals, shopping centres,
convention centres, warehouses and recreational facilities. Maintenance managers plan, organize, direct,
control and evaluate the maintenance department within commercial, industrial, institutional, recreational
and other facilities. Maintenance managers are employed by a wide range of establishments, such as
office buildings, shopping centres, airports, harbours, warehouses, grain terminals, universities, schools
and sports facilities, and by the maintenance and mechanical engineering departments of manufacturing
and other industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Managers of hotels, motels and other accommodation establishments (A222, Accommodation Service
Managers);
• Managers of telecommunications facilities (A311, Telecommunication Carriers Managers);
• Residential property administrators (B314, Property Administrators); and
• Building superintendents (G933, Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents).
Example titles
• Airport manager
• Arena manager
• Campus maintenance manager
• Chief, maintenance support services
• Facility operations manager
• Harbour master
• Head, facilities maintenance
• Maintenance manager
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Mechanical services superintendent
Plant maintenance superintendent
Recreation facility manager
Shopping centre manager
Shopping mall manager
Superintendent, maintenance and service
Warehouse manager
A2 Managers in Retail Trade, Food and Accommodation Services
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management in
restaurants and accomodation service businesses, such as hotels and resorts, and in retail stores. Managing
functions include: planning, organizing, co-ordinating, directing, controlling, staffing, and formulating,
implementing or enforcing policy. Supervising is not considered to be a management function.
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A21 Managers in Retail Trade
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in retail stores.
A211 Retail Trade Managers
Retail trade managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of establishments that sell
merchandise or services on a retail basis. Retail trade managers are employed by retail sales establishments
or they may own and operate their own store.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in retail trade (A015, Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services,
n.e.c.);
• Managers in retail establishments responsible for administrative support functions, such as
administration and purchasing managers, personnel managers and financial operations managers
(A11, Administrative Services Managers);
• Sales, marketing, and advertising managers (A131, Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers); and
• Retail sales supervisors (G011, Retail Trade Supervisors).
Example titles
• Antique dealer
• Assistant manager - retail
• Bookstore manager
• Car dealership manager
• Clothing store manager
• Department store manager
• Pleasure boat dealer
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Service station manager
Sporting goods store manager
Store manager - retail
Supermarket manager
Travel agency manager
Variety store manager
A22 Managers in Food Service and Accommodation
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in restaurants and accommodation service businesses such as hotels and resorts.
A221 Restaurant and Food Service Managers
Restaurant and food service managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of
restaurants, bars, cafeterias and other food and beverage services. They are employed in food and beverage
service establishments, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in food service (A015, Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services,
n.e.c.);
• Specialist managers in administration (A11, Administrative Services Managers);
• Dietitians (D032, Dietitians and Nutritionists); and
• Food service supervisors (G012, Food Service Supervisors).
Example titles
• Assistant manager, restaurant
• Banquet manager
• Bar manager
• Cafeteria manager
• Catering service manager
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Dining room manager
Food services manager
Hotel food and beverage service manager
Restaurant manager
Restaurateur - food services
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A222 Accommodation Service Managers
Accommodation service managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of an
accommodation establishment or of a department within such an establishment. They are employed
by hotels, motels, resorts, student residences and other accommodation establishments, or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in accommodation (A015, Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other
Services, n.e.c.);
• Specialized managers (A11, Administrative Services Managers);
• Restaurant and food service managers (A221, Restaurant and Food Service Managers); and
• Executive housekeepers (G013, Executive Housekeepers).
Example titles
• Assistant manager, hotel
• Bed and breakfast operator
• Front desk manager
• Guest-house operator
• Hotel director
• Hotel manager
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Motel manager
Reservations manager
Seasonal resort manager
Ski resort manager
Tourist home operator
A3 Other Managers n.e.c.
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
not elsewhere classified. Managing functions include: planning, organizing, co-ordinating, directing,
controlling, staffing, and formulating, implementing, or enforcing policy. Supervising is not considered to
be a management function.
A30 Managers in Financial and Business Services
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management in
insurance, securities and investment services, and deposit-accepting corporations along with credit or loan
departments of any organization and companies offering business services to other companies.
A301 Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage Managers
Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the
activities of departments or establishments that provide insurance, mortgage, real estate and investment
services. They are generally responsible for business development and must ensure that their group reaches
performance levels related to established objectives. They are employed by insurance companies, real estate
firms, stockbrokers, investment dealers, mortgage brokers and security and commodity exchanges.
Exclusions
• Senior managers such as insurance company general managers (A013, Senior Managers - Financial,
Communications and Other Business Services);
• Managers in insurance, real estate or investment companies not directly involved in sales (A11,
Administrative Services Managers); and
• Managers of banks, credit unions, trust companies, mutual fund investment firms and similar
financial institutions (A302, Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers).
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Example titles
• Bond sales manager
• Brokerage manager - investments
• Commodities trading manager
• Financial brokerage manager
• Insurance claims service manager
• Insurance manager
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Investment manager
Mortgage broker manager
Real estate service manager
Securities sales director
Trading floor manager
A302 Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers
Banking, credit and other investment managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities
of financial establishments or operational departments within such establishments, or credit departments
in industrial and commercial establishments. They oversee business development and manage overall
performance in accordance with established strategic directions and policies. Banking managers are
employed by banks, trust companies and credit unions. Credit managers are employed by credit
departments in department stores, utility companies, car dealerships, insurance companies or other
industrial or commercial organizations. Other investment managers are employed by credit card companies,
consumer loan companies, mutual fund investment firms, mortgage investment companies or other
financial establishments concerned with extending loans and financing and investments.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in banking, credit or other investment companies (A013, Senior Managers Financial, Communications and Other Business Services);
• Accounting managers, treasurers, and similar specialist managers (A111, Financial Managers); and
• Securities sales managers (A301, Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage Managers).
Example titles
• Bank manager
• Collection centre manager
• Commercial banking manager
• Corporate banking centre manager
• Credit manager
• Credit union manager
• Manager, banking operations
• Manager, corporate services - banking, credit
and investment
• Manager, credit card centre
• Manager, personal services - banking, credit
and investment
• Mortgage and consumer credit manager
• Operations manager, credit card company
• Regional collection manager
• Trust company manager
A303 Other Business Services Managers
Managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of establishments
that provide services to business, and ensure the quality of those services and client satisfaction. They work
in such fields as management consulting, market research, personnel services, payroll services, advertising
services and security services.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in other business services (A013, Senior Managers - Financial, Communications and
Other Business Services);
• Accounting, personnel and other administrative managers in large companies or government (A11,
Administrative Services Managers);
• Managers in engineering, architectural and data processing companies (A12, Managers in
Engineering, Architecture, Science and Information Systems);
• Financial brokerage managers (A301, Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage Managers); and
• Credit managers (A302, Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers).
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Example titles
• Accounting firm manager
• Employment agency manager
• Legal firm manager
• Manager, management consulting service
• Manager, market research service
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Manager, nursing registry
Payroll service manager
Personnel agency manager
Professional services manager - business
services
• Security service manager
A31 Managers in Communication (Except Broadcasting)
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in the operation of postal, courier or telecommunications carrying services.
A311 Telecommunication Carriers Managers
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of a
telecommunications establishment, department or facility. They are employed by wired, wireless, satellite
and other telecommunications carriers.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in telecommunication carrying services (A013, Senior Managers - Financial,
Communications and Other Business Services); and
• Broadcasting managers (A342, Managers - Publishing, Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Performing
Arts).
Example titles
• Director, switching systems
• Facilities manager, telecommunications
• Installation manager, telecommunications
• Manager, network installation
• Manager, telecommunications services
• Microwave facilities manager
• Network operations manager
• Network services manager
• Operations and transmission services
manager
• Regional manager - telecommunications
system
• Telecommunications manager
• Telephone company district manager
A312 Postal and Courier Services Managers
Postal and courier services managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities and
operations in postal facilities and in establishments that provide courier services. They are employed by
Canada Post Corporation and by courier companies.
Exclusion
• Senior managers responsible for postal or courier services (A01, Legislators and Senior Management).
Example titles
• Courier service manager
• Mail processing plant manager
• Manager, collection and delivery operations
• Manager, mail operations
• Messenger service manager
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A32 Managers in Health, Education, Social and Community Services
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in medicine and health delivery services, education, and social, community and correctional services.
A321 Managers in Health Care
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the delivery of health
care services, such as diagnosis and treatment, nursing and therapy, within institutions that provide
health care services. They are employed in hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes and other health care
establishments.
Exclusions
• Senior administrators in medicine and health (A014, Senior Managers - Health, Education, Social and
Community Services and Membership Organizations); and
• Managers in the health care sector who are responsible for activities other than the delivery of health
care services (A331, Government Managers - Health and Social Policy Development and Program
Administration).
Example titles
• Chief of anesthesia
• Chief of emergency medicine
• Chief of medical staff
• Director, home care services
• Director of clinical medicine
• Director of dietetics
• Director of laboratory medicine
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Director of nursing - medical services
Director of occupational therapy
Director of physiotherapy
Director of surgery
Director, rehabilitation services
Medical clinic director
Mental health residential care program
manager
A322 Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational Training
This unit group includes faculty administrators and registrars of colleges or universities and administrators
of vocational training schools. Faculty administrators manage the academic and related activities of faculties
of colleges or universities. Registrars manage registration activities and academic records systems of colleges
or universities. Administrators of vocational training schools manage the operations of vocational schools
specializing in trades, technology, business or other vocational subjects.
Exclusions
• University presidents and other senior managers in these institutions (A014, Senior Managers Health, Education, Social and Community Services and Membership Organizations);
• Administrators of educational activities of non-vocational training schools, e.g. driving schools
(A361, Other Services Managers);
• University departmental chairpersons (E111, University Professors); and
• Community college department chairpersons (E121, College and Other Vocational Instructors).
Example titles
• Community college dean
• Dean, faculty of science
• Dean of adult education
• Dean, school of nursing
• Dean, school of technology
• Dean - university or college
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Manager, business school
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A323 School Principals and Administrators of Elementary and Secondary Education
School principals plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of teachers and other staff of
an elementary or secondary school. They are employed by public and private schools. Administrators of
elementary and secondary education plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the academic affairs of a
school system. They are employed by school boards.
Exclusion
• Managers in the provincial or territorial departments of education responsible for education policy
development and program administration (A333, Government Managers - Education Policy
Development and Program Administration).
Example titles
• Administrator, board of education
• Chief superintendent - schools
• Director of education, correctional
institution
• Director of school for the hearing impaired
• District school superintendent
• Headmaster / mistress, private school
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Secondary school principal
Superintendent of elementary education
Superintendent of secondary schools
Superintendent of special education
Vice-principal, school
A324 Managers in Social, Community and Correctional Services
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the programs and
activities of social service and community agencies, correctional institutions, counselling departments,
labour organizations, professional associations, political parties and non-governmental organizations.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in social, community and correctional services (A01, Legislators and Senior
Management);
• Managers of health care services delivery (A321, Managers in Health Care); and
• Managers in social, community and correctional services who are involved in policy development
and program administration and not in the delivery of these services (A331, Government Managers Health and Social Policy Development and Program Administration).
Example titles
• Administrator, child welfare services
• Area manager, family services
• Association director
• Children’s aid society director
• Correctional institution director
• Detention centre director
• Director, community centre
• Director, correctional treatment and training
• Environmental group director
• Income maintenance director
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Membership services manager
Political organization manager
Prison warden
Regional administrator, social services
Social assistance director
Social work director
Trade association manager
Volunteer services director
A33 Managers in Public Administration
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in public administration concerned with policy development and program administration in areas such as
health, education, social services and economic development.
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A331 Government Managers - Health and Social Policy Development and Program
Administration
Government managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the development and
administration of health care policies, social policies and related programs designed to protect and promote
the health and social welfare of individuals and communities. These managers are employed by government
departments and agencies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in public administration (A012, Senior Government Managers and Officials); and
• Managers of services institutions which deliver the services resulting from the policy development
and program administration, such as director of nursing (A321, Managers in Health Care).
Example titles
• City medical officer of health
• Director, health information and promotion
• Director, housing policy and development
• Immigration and settlement director
• Manager, health program operations
• Manager, social services planning
• Social services director - government
services
A332 Government Managers - Economic Analysis, Policy Development and Program
Administration
Government managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate economic policy,
research and programs in areas of government activity such as taxation, international trade, labour markets,
transportation or agriculture. They also plan and direct policies and programs to promote industrial and
commercial business development in urban and rural areas. They are employed in government departments
and agencies.
Exclusion
• Senior managers in public administration (A012, Senior Government Managers and Officials).
Example titles
• Chief, economic analysis
• Chief, forest resource analysis
• Customs manager
• Director, business development
• Director, economic development
• Director, economic policy analysis
• Director, energy market analysis
• Director, excise tax programs
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International trade policy manager
Manager, grain market analysis
Manager, revenue programs
Manager, tax policy research
Taxation manager
Tourism development director
Trade development director
A333 Government Managers - Education Policy Development and Program
Administration
Government managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the development and
administration of elementary, secondary and post-secondary education policies and programs. They are
employed by government departments and agencies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in public administration (A012, Senior Government Managers and Officials); and
• Managers of education institutions which deliver the services resulting from the policy development
and program administration (A32, Managers in Health, Education, Social and Community Services).
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Example titles
• Director, education curriculum development
• Director, education policy analysis and
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• Education director
• Manager, education program administration
A334 Other Managers in Public Administration
Managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the development of policies and
programs which govern the daily operations of legislatures and other activities unique to government such
as intergovernmental affairs and elections. They are employed by government departments, agencies and
legislative bodies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in public administration (A012, Senior Government Managers and Officials); and
• Managers of health, education, and social and community services institutions which deliver the
services resulting from the policy development and program administration, such as director of
nursing, university registrar or prison warden (A32, Managers in Health, Education, Social and
Community Services).
Example titles
• Clerk of the committee, Legislative
Assembly
• Director, elections planning
• Director, federal-provincial relations
• Director, intergovernmental affairs
A34 Managers in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in libraries, museums, art galleries, publishing houses, film production and broadcasting studios, and
organizations providing recreational and sport programs.
A341 Library, Archive, Museum and Art Gallery Managers
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of libraries,
archives, museums, art galleries or departments within such institutions. They are employed in libraries,
archives, museums and non-retail art galleries.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in these institutions (A01, Legislators and Senior Management);
• Managers of retail art galleries (A211, Retail Trade Managers);
• Librarians and library supervisors (F011, Librarians);
• Curators and conservators (F012, Conservators and Curators); and
• Archivists (F013, Archivists).
Example titles
• Archives director
• Assistant director of archives
• Chief librarian
• Executive director, museum
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• Museum administrator
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A342 Managers - Publishing, Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Performing Arts
Managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate operations within publishing firms,
film, theatre and record production companies and broadcasting facilities. They are employed by radio and
television stations, by newspaper, periodical and book publishing firms, and by film, theatre, record and
video production companies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in publishing, film production and broadcasting (A015, Senior Managers - Trade,
Broadcasting and Other Services, n.e.c.; or A016, Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities,
Transportation and Construction);
• Managers that manage the financial and business aspects of artistic businesses and refer to
themselves as arts administrators (A114, Other Administrative Services Managers);
• Network managers of telecommunication carriers (A311, Telecommunication Carriers Managers);
• Managers of movie theatres or cinemas (A361, Other Services Managers); and
• Producers and directors in theatrical or motion picture production (F031, Producers, Directors,
Choreographers and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Ballet company director
• Book publishing manager
• Broadcasting manager
• Copyright manager - publishing
• Dance company director
• Editor-in-chief
• Manager, radio station
• Managing editor
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Publishing manager
Radio programming manager
Station manager, broadcasting
Television station manager
Theatre company manager
Video production company manager
A343 Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program and Service Directors
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations
of comprehensive recreational, sports and fitness programs and services, national or provincial sports
governing agencies and professional athletic teams. They are employed by municipalities, community and
private recreational and fitness organizations, sports governing agencies and professional athletic team
organizations.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in sport and recreation programs (A01, Legislators and Senior Management);
• Recreation, sports and fitness consultants (E036, Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program Supervisors
and Consultants); and
• Coaches (F152, Coaches).
Example titles
• Director of recreation
• Director of sports administration
• Professional football team manager
• Professional hockey team manager
• Professional track and field team manager
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Sports association director
Sports federation director
Sports program director
YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association)
programs director
A35 Managers in Protective Service
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in administration of police, the Canadian Armed Forces and fire-fighting activities.
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A351 Commissioned Police Officers
Commissioned police officers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate police force administration and
police activities such as maintaining law and order and detecting and preventing crime. They are employed
by municipal, provincial and federal governments. This unit group includes officers from the rank of staff
sergeant to police commissioner. Commissioned officers in the railway police are also included in this unit
group.
Exclusions
• Commissioned officers in military police (A353, Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces);
• Non-commissioned police officers (G611, Police Officers (Except Commissioned)); and
• Parking control officers (G623, By-Law Enforcement and Other Regulatory Officers, n.e.c.).
Example titles
• Chief superintendent
• Deputy police chief
• Harbour police chief
• Police chief
• Police lieutenant
• Police superintendent
• Railway police chief
• RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)
commissioner
• Staff inspector
A352 Fire Chiefs and Senior Firefighting Officers
Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate firefighting operations
and fire prevention activities in fire departments. Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers are employed by
municipal and federal governments and by industrial establishments with firefighting services.
Exclusions
• Fire marshals (A012, Senior Government Managers and Officials); and
• Captains of firefighters (G612, Firefighters).
Example titles
• Deputy fire chief
• District fire chief
• Fire chief
A353 Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces
This unit group consists of commissioned officers in the armed forces who plan, organize, command and
evaluate the activities of personnel in the armed forces. The ranks of commissioned officers included in this
unit group range from lieutenant to general.
Exclusions
• Members of the Canadian Coast Guard are not members of the Armed Forces and are classified as
civilians according to the work performed; and
• Armed forces non-commissioned officers (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces).
Example titles
• Air weapons control officer
• Armed Forces Captain
• Armour officer
• Artillery officer
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A36 Managers in Other Services
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with planning, organizing, directing and
controlling the operations of dry cleaning businesses, hairdressing salons, and art, cooking, driving, fashion,
language, modelling, speech or other non-vocational training schools, not elsewhere classified.
A361 Other Services Managers
This unit group includes managers of establishments that provide services not elsewhere classified, such as
dry cleaning, hairdressing or residential cleaning. This group also includes managers of schools that provide
non-vocational instruction in driving, languages, music, dance, art, cooking or fashion.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in service organizations (A015, Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other
Services, n.e.c.);
• Managers in business service companies (A303, Other Business Services Managers);
• Managers of vocational schools (A322, Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational
Training); and
• Executive housekeepers (G013, Executive Housekeepers).
Example titles
• Barber shop manager
• Car wash manager
• Cooking school manager
• Driving school manager
• Dry cleaning service manager
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Manager, residential cleaning service
Manager, septic tank service
Manager, window washing service
Pest control service manager
A37 Managers in Construction and Transportation
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management in
companies engaged in construction and transportion and which have not been identified with a managerial
specialization. Residential home builders who are self-employed are also included in this minor group.
A371 Construction Managers
Construction managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of a construction company
or a construction department within a company, under the direction of a general manager or other senior
manager. They are employed by residential, commercial and industrial construction companies and by
construction departments of companies outside the construction industry.
Exclusions
• Senior construction managers (A016, Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation
and Construction); and
• Residential home builders (A372, Residential Home Builders and Renovators).
Example titles
• Commercial construction manager
• Construction manager
• Construction superintendent
• General contractor
• Housing construction manager
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A372 Residential Home Builders and Renovators
Residential home builders own, operate and manage companies engaged in the construction of new
residential homes. Residential home renovators own, operate and manage companies engaged in the
renovation of existing residential homes.
Exclusions
• Residential construction managers (A371, Construction Managers); and
• Trade contractors (H01, Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers).
Example titles
• Contractor, home renovation
• Contractor, residential homes
• Home builder
• Home renovator
• Renovation contractor
• Residential home builder
A373 Transportation Managers
Transportation managers of operations plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of
transportation companies such as railways, airlines, bus lines, municipal transit systems, shipping lines
and trucking companies, under the direction of a general manager or other senior manager. Transportation
managers of freight traffic plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate companies or departments responsible
for the transportation and movement of goods, under the direction of a general manager or other senior
manager. They are employed by transportation, freight forwarding and shipping companies and by
transportation departments of companies in retail and manufacturing sectors and utilities.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in transportation (A016, Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities,
Transportation and Construction);
• Managers in transportation companies who specialize in something other than transportation or
traffic (A11, Administrative Services Managers; A12, Managers in Engineering, Architecture, Science
and Information Systems; A13, Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers; or A361, Other Services
Managers); and
• Managers of waste disposal systems (A392, Utilities Managers).
Example titles
• Bus company manager
• Flight operations manager
• Freight forwarding manager
• Marine superintendent
• Railway freight manager
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Traffic manager
Transport department manager
Transportation manager
Urban transit system manager
A38 Managers in Primary Production (Except Agriculture)
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in forestry, logging, mining and quarrying operations.
A381 Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture)
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of
establishments in the following primary industries: forestry and logging, mining and quarrying, oil and
gas drilling, production and servicing operations, and commercial fishing.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in forestry, mining, quarrying, oil and gas (A016, Senior Managers - Goods
Production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction); and
• Managers responsible for the plants processing these raw materials (A391, Manufacturing Managers).
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• Director of mining
• Manager, drilling operations
• Manager, fishing operations
• Manager, forestry operations
• Manager, gas field operations
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Mine manager
Quarry manager
Shore captain - fishing
A39 Managers in Manufacturing and Utilities
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying out the functions of management
in companies which manufacture or those which provide utilities and have not been identified with a
managerial specialization.
A391 Manufacturing Managers
Manufacturing managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of a manufacturing
establishment or of a production department within a manufacturing establishment, under the direction of
a general manager or other senior manager. They are employed by manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in manufacturing companies (A016, Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities,
Transportation and Construction); and
• Other specialist managers (A11, Administrative Services Managers; A12, Managers in Engineering,
Architecture, Science and Information Systems; or A13, Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers).
Example titles
• Automobile production manager
• Clothing factory manager
• Dairy plant manager
• Distillery manager
• Factory superintendent
• Foundry manager
• Manufacturing manager
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Plant manager, manufacturing
Printing plant manager
Production manager - manufacturing
Textile mill manager
Tire plant manager
A392 Utilities Managers
This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of
utility companies or services or of heating oil distribution companies. The services provided include the
distribution of water, electricity, natural gas and heating oil to residential, commercial and industrial
consumers, waste disposal and waste recycling. Utilities managers are employed in public and private
sector utilities and in heating oil distribution companies.
Exclusions
• Senior managers in utilities (A016, Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and
Construction);
• Departmental managers in utilities, in departments other than operations (A11, Administrative
Services Managers; A141, Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers; or A373, Transportation
Managers); and
• Managers of telephone service systems (A311, Telecommunication Carriers Managers).
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Example titles
• Director, distribution systems - utilities
• Director, electrical power transmission
operations
• Director of waste management
• Director of water pollution control
• Director, water supply
• Electric power plant manager
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• Manager, distribution, refined petroleum
products
• Manager, electric generating plant
• Manager, gas supply operations
• Manager, sewage treatment plant
• Water filtration plant manager
B – Business, Finance and Administrative Occupations
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with providing financial and
business services, administrative and regulatory services and clerical support services.
B0 Professional Occupations in Business and Finance
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with examining and analyzing accounting records;
researching and analyzing financial performances of companies; selling stocks and bonds; providing
professional services in human resources related to recruitment, labour relations and training; the analyses
of management methods; and the advertising needs of companies.
B01 Auditors, Accountants and Investment Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with examining and analyzing accounting records,
researching and analyzing financial performance of companies, and selling stocks, bonds and securities.
B011 Financial Auditors and Accountants
Financial auditors examine and analyze the accounting and financial records of individuals and
establishments to ensure accuracy and compliance with established accounting standards and procedures.
Accountants plan, organize and administer accounting systems for individuals and establishments.
Articling students in accounting firms are included in this unit group. Financial auditors and accountants
are employed by auditing and accounting firms throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Bookkeepers (B111, Bookkeepers);
• Accounting and audit clerks (B531, Accounting and Related Clerks); and
• Program and other non-financial auditors (E03, Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and
Consultants).
Example titles
• Accountant
• Certified general accountant (CGA)
• Certified management accountant (CMA)
• Chartered accountant (CA)
• Chief accountant
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Industrial accountant
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B012 Financial and Investment Analysts
Financial and investment analysts collect and analyze financial information such as economic forecasts,
trading volumes and the movement of capital, financial backgrounds of companies, historical performances
and future trends of stocks, bonds and other investment instruments to provide financial and investment
or financing advice for their company or their company’s clients. Their studies and evaluations cover areas
such as takeover bids, private placements, mergers or acquisitions. Financial analysts are employed by a
wide range of establishments throughout the private and public sector, such as banks, brokerage houses,
insurance companies, investment companies, manufacturing firms, trust companies, utility companies and
underwriting firms. Investment analysts are employed primarily by brokerage houses and trust companies.
Exclusions
• Occupations primarily concerned with selling stocks, bonds, and other securities (B013, Securities
Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers);
• Financial planners (B014, Other Financial Officers); and
• Economists (E032, Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts).
Example titles
• Chartered financial analyst
• Financial analyst
• Investment analyst
• Money market analyst
• Portfolio manager
• Research associate, financial services
B013 Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers
Securities agents and investment dealers buy and sell stocks, bonds, treasury bills, mutual funds and other
securities for individual investors, pension fund managers, banks, trust companies, insurance firms and
other establishments. Brokers buy and sell stocks, bonds, commodity futures, foreign currencies and other
securities at stock exchanges on behalf of investment dealers. They are employed by investment companies,
stock brokerage firms, stock and commodity exchanges and other establishments in the securities industry.
Exclusion
• Persons primarily concerned with financial planning or with providing consultative services (B014,
Other Financial Officers).
Example titles
• Agent, securities
• Bond dealer
• Broker
• Commodity broker
• Discount broker
• Floor trader - commodity exchange
• Foreign exchange trader
• Investment dealer
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Mutual fund sales representative
Registered investment representative
Securities sales agent
Securities trader
Stockbroker
Supervisor, registered representatives
B014 Other Financial Officers
This unit group includes professional occupations in finance not elsewhere classified such as financial
planners, financial examiners and inspectors, financial investigators, financial underwriters, mortgage
brokers and trust officers. They are employed by banks, trust companies, investment firms and
governments, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Occupations primarily concerned with selling stocks, bonds, and other securities (B013, Securities
Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers); and
• Economists (E032, Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts).
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• Credit unions examiner
• Estate and trust administrator
• Financial investigator
• Financial planner
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Inspector, financial institutions
Mortgage broker
Trust officer
B02 Human Resources and Business Service Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with dealing with labour relations, employment
equity and other human resource areas, as well as the analysis of management methods and the advertising
needs of businesses.
B021 Specialists in Human Resources
Specialists in human resources develop, implement and evaluate human resources and labour relations
policies, programs and procedures and advise managers and employers on personnel matters. Specialists
in human resources are employed throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Staffing and recruitment officers (B313, Personnel and Recruitment Officers); and
• Employment counsellors (E213, Employment Counsellors).
Example titles
• Business agent, labour organization
• Classification officer - human resources
• Classification specialist
• Compensation research analyst
• Conciliator
• Consultant, human resources
• Employee relations officer
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Human resources research officer
Job analyst
Labour relations officer
Mediator
Union representative
Wage analyst
B022 Professional Occupations in Business Services to Management
This unit group includes those who provide services to management such as analyzing the operations,
managerial methods or functions of an organization in order to propose, plan and implement
improvements, or analyzing advertising needs and developing appropriate advertising plans. They are
employed by management consulting firms, advertising agencies and throughout the public and private
sectors or are self-employed.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with analyzing accounting structures and financial records (B011, Financial
Auditors and Accountants);
• Occupations concerned with technological and production methods of a business (C041, Industrial
and Manufacturing Engineers); and
• Marketing consultants (E033, Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and
Consultants).
Example titles
• Advertising account executive
• Business management consultant
• Business methods analyst
• Consultant, organizational analysis
• ISO consultant
• Management analyst
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B1 Finance and Insurance Administration Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with performing clerical and administrative tasks
related to insurance and financial operations.
B11 Finance and Insurance Administrative Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with general accounting tasks, processing loans,
examining insurance claims, underwriting insurance policies, determining the value of property, and
arranging for customs clearance of goods and movement of cargo by ships.
B111 Bookkeepers
Bookkeepers maintain complete sets of books, keep records of accounts, verify the procedures used
for recording financial transactions, and provide personal bookkeeping services. They are employed
throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of bookkeepers (B412, Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks);
• Accounting clerks who prepare bills, invoices, and accounts payable and receivable (B531,
Accounting and Related Clerks); and
• Payroll clerks (B532, Payroll Clerks).
Example titles
• Accounting bookkeeper
• Bookkeeper
B112 Loan Officers
Loan officers examine, evaluate and process credit and loan applications. They are employed by banks, trust
companies, credit unions and similar financial institutions.
Exclusions
• Credit and loan managers (A302, Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers); and
• Collection agents who collect payments on overdue accounts (B535, Collectors).
Example titles
• Credit officer
• Loan officer
• Mortgage officer
B113 Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners
Insurance adjusters investigate insurance claims and determine the amount of loss or damages covered by
insurance policies. They are employed in claims departments of insurance companies or as independent
adjusters. Insurance claims examiners examine claims investigated by insurance adjusters and authorize
payments. They are employed at head offices or branches of insurance companies.
Exclusion
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• Adjuster
• Claims examiner
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• Insurance adjuster
B114 Insurance Underwriters
Insurance underwriters review and evaluate insurance applications to determine insurance risks, insurance
premiums and extent of insurance coverage according to company policies. Insurance underwriters are
employed at head and branch offices of insurance companies.
Exclusions
• Managers of underwriters (A301, Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage Managers); and
• Insurance agents who sell life, fire, automobile and other types of insurance along with life insurance
salespersons who sometimes refer to themselves as "Life Underwriters" or "Charter Life
Underwriters" (G131, Insurance Agents and Brokers).
Example titles
• Group underwriter
• Insurance underwriter
• Liability underwriter
• Property underwriter
B115 Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers
Assessors, valuators and appraisers determine the value of land, businesses, estates and other real property,
for purposes of sale, purchase, taxation or disposal of assets. Appraisers also determine the value of personal
and household items. Assessors, valuators and appraisers are employed by government agencies, real estate
firms and other private companies, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Auditors and accountants that assess income tax returns (B011, Financial Auditors and Accountants);
and
• Persons who act as agents in the purchasing or selling of real estate (G132, Real Estate Agents and
Salespersons).
Example titles
• Accredited appraiser
• Business valuator
• Property assessor
• Property valuator
• Real estate appraiser
B116 Customs, Ship and Other Brokers
Customs brokers clear goods through customs and to their destination on behalf of importer and exporter
clients. Ship brokers buy and sell cargo space on ships and buy and sell ships, yachts and other watercraft
on behalf of clients. This unit group also includes other brokers, not elsewhere classified, who negotiate
commercial transactions or other services between parties on behalf of clients. They are employed by
customs, ship or other brokerage establishments or may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Stock and mutual fund brokers (B013, Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers);
• Mortgage brokers (B014, Other Financial Officers); and
• Insurance and real estate brokers (G13, Insurance and Real Estate Sales Occupations and Buyers).
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Example titles
• Cargo broker
• Chartered ship broker
• Customs broker
• Gas broker
• Licensed customs broker
• Ship broker
B2 Secretaries
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with performing a variety of clerical and
administrative tasks in offices, and recording or transcribing verbatim proceedings in courts, legislative
assemblies or committees.
B21 Secretaries, Recorders and Transcriptionists
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with performing a variety of clerical and
administrative tasks in offices, and recording or transcribing verbatim proceedings in courts, legislative
assemblies or committees.
B211 Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)
Secretaries perform a variety of administrative duties in support of managerial and professional employers.
They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Legal secretaries (B212, Legal Secretaries);
• Medical secretaries (B213, Medical Secretaries);
• Shorthand reporters (B214, Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists);
• Office managers (B311, Administrative Officers); and
• Corporate secretaries (B312, Executive Assistants).
Example titles
• Executive secretary (except legal and
medical)
• Private secretary
• Secretary (except legal and medical)
• Technical secretary
B212 Legal Secretaries
Legal secretaries perform a variety of secretarial and administrative duties in law offices, legal departments
of large firms, real estate companies, land title offices, municipal, provincial and federal courts and
government.
Exclusions
• Court reporters and recorders (B214, Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists); and
• Legal assistants, law clerks or other paralegal occupations (E211, Paralegal and Related Occupations).
Example titles
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• Litigation secretary
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B213 Medical Secretaries
Medical secretaries perform a variety of secretarial and administrative duties in doctor’s offices, hospitals,
medical clinics and other medical settings.
Exclusions
• Medical transcriptionists (B214, Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists);
• Medical records clerks (B513, Records Management and Filing Clerks); and
• Receptionists in doctors’ offices (B514, Receptionists and Switchboard Operators).
Example titles
• Medical secretary
• Ward secretary
B214 Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists
Court recorders record and transcribe verbatim the proceedings of courts, legislative assemblies and
committees, and prepare dictated reports, correspondence and statistics that require knowledge of legal
terminology. They are employed by courts of law, provincial and federal legislative assemblies and
committees, or they may be self-employed. Medical transcriptionists record and transcribe surgical
proceedings, medical records and other reports requiring knowledge of medical terminology. They are
employed by hospitals, medical clinics and doctors’ offices, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Legal secretaries (B212, Legal Secretaries); and
• Medical secretaries (B213, Medical Secretaries).
Example titles
• Court recorder
• Court reporter
• Court stenographer
• Hansard reporter
• Medical transcriptionist
• Transcriptionist
B3 Administrative and Regulatory Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with administrative functions in offices and courts;
the acquisition of equipment and goods for organizations; the recruitment of personnel for organizations;
the enforcement of customs, excise tax and immigration regulations; the administration of properties; and
the planning of conferences and events.
B31 Administrative and Regulatory Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with administrative functions in offices and courts;
the acquisition of equipment and goods for organizations; the recruitment of personnel for organizations;
the enforcement of customs, excise tax and immigration regulations; the administration of properties; and
the planning of conferences and events.
B311 Administrative Officers
Administrative officers oversee and implement administrative procedures, establish work priorities and
co-ordinate the acquisition of administrative services such as office space, supplies and security services.
They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Administrative services managers (A114, Other Administrative Services Managers);
• Executive assistants (B312, Executive Assistants);
• Property administrators (B314, Property Administrators); and
• Administrative clerks (B541, Administrative Clerks).
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• Access to information and privacy officer
• Administrative officer
• Administrative services co-ordinator
• Co-ordinator, office services
• Forms management officer
• Liaison officer
• Office administrator
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Planning officer
Records analyst - access to information
Requirements officer - military
Surplus assets officer
University admissions officer
B312 Executive Assistants
Executive assistants co-ordinate administrative procedures, public relations activities and research and
analysis functions for members of legislative assemblies, ministers, deputy ministers, corporate officials
and executives, committees and boards of directors. They are employed by governments, corporations and
associations.
Exclusions
• Executive secretaries (B211, Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)); and
• Administrative officers and office managers (B311, Administrative Officers).
Example titles
• Committee clerk
• Corporate secretary
• Executive assistant
• Legislative assistant
B313 Personnel and Recruitment Officers
Personnel and recruitment officers identify and advertise job vacancies, recruit candidates, and assist in the
selection and reassignment of employees. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusion
• Employment counsellors (E213, Employment Counsellors).
Example titles
• Human resources officer
• Personnel officer
• Recruitment specialist
• Staffing analyst
• Staffing co-ordinator
B314 Property Administrators
Property administrators perform administrative duties and co-ordinate activities related to the management
and rental of investment property and real estate on behalf of property owners. They are employed by
property and real estate management companies, property development companies and by government.
Exclusions
• Administrative services managers (A114, Other Administrative Services Managers);
• Property valuators (B115, Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers); and
• Real estate agents (G132, Real Estate Agents and Salespersons).
Example titles
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• Apartment rental agent
• Housing project manager
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• Property administrator
• Property rentals manager
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B315 Purchasing Agents and Officers
Purchasing agents and officers purchase general and specialized equipment, materials and business services
for use or for further processing by their establishment. They are employed throughout the public and
private sectors.
Exclusions
• Purchasing clerks (B574, Purchasing and Inventory Clerks); and
• Retail and wholesale buyers (G133, Retail and Wholesale Buyers).
Example titles
• Contract management officer
• Contracts officer
• Materiel management officer
• Procurement officer
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Purchaser, furniture and furnishings
Purchasing agent
Purchasing officer
Supply officer, government
B316 Conference and Event Planners
Conference and event planners plan, organize and co-ordinate conferences, conventions, meetings,
seminars, exhibitions, trade shows, festivals and other events. They are employed by tourism associations,
trade and professional associations, convention and conference centres, governments and by conference and
event planning companies.
Exclusion
• Public relations officers (F024, Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications).
Example titles
• Conference and meeting planner
• Conference planner
• Conference services officer
• Convention co-ordinator
• Event planner
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Festival organizer
Meeting planner
Special events organizer
Trade show planner
B317 Court Officers and Justices of the Peace
Court officers co-ordinate the administrative and procedural functions of federal, provincial and territorial
courts, such as scheduling trials and overseeing the maintenance of court records. Justices of the peace
administer oaths, issue subpoenas, summonses and warrants and perform other court-related duties such
as conducting bail hearings. They are employed by federal and provincial courts.
Exclusions
• Persons who perform clerical duties within the court office (B543, Court Clerks);
• Paralegals (E211, Paralegal and Related Occupations); and
• Bailiffs (G621, Sheriffs and Bailiffs).
Example titles
• Administrator of the court
• Clerk of the court
• Commissioner of affidavits
• Commissioner of marriages
• Co-ordinator of court services
• Court administrator
• Court clerk supervisor
• Court officer
• Court registrar
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Judicial administrator
Judicial court administrator
Judicial officer
Justice of the peace
Manager, court services
Registrar of bankruptcy
Supreme Court registrar
Trial co-ordinator
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B318 Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue Officers
This unit group includes government officers who administer and enforce laws and regulations related
to immigration, employment insurance, customs and tax revenue. They are employed by government
agencies.
Exclusion
• Income tax auditors (B011, Financial Auditors and Accountants).
Example titles
• Customs inspector
• Customs officer
• Employment insurance agent
• Employment insurance officer
• Immigration agent
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Revenue officer
Tax collection officer
Tax enforcement officer
B4 Clerical Supervisors
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with supervising clerks.
B41 Clerical Supervisors
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising clerks.
B411 Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support Clerks
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following
minor groups: Clerical Occupations, General Office Skills (B51), Office Equipment Operators (B52) and
Administrative Support Clerks (B54). They are employed throughout the public and private sectors.
Example titles
• Clerical supervisor
• Data entry supervisor
• Filing clerks supervisor
• Hospital admitting clerks supervisor
• Medical records unit supervisor
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Records office supervisor
Registry supervisor
Supervisor, switchboard operators
B412 Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Accounting and Related Clerks (B531), Payroll Clerks (B532), Customer Service Representatives Financial Services (B533), Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks (B534) and Collectors (B535). They
are employed by banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, and by other establishments
throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Office managers (B311, Administrative Officers);
• Supervisors of general office, administrative clerks, data entry clerks, and personnel clerks (B411,
Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support Clerks); and
• Supervisors of retail store cashiers (G011, Retail Trade Supervisors).
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Example titles
• Accounts payable supervisor
• Accounts receivable supervisor
• Bank clerks supervisor
• Billing supervisor
• Bookkeeping supervisor
• Collection supervisor
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Payroll supervisor
Savings supervisor
Supervisor, claims adjusters
Supervisor, customer service representatives
Supervisor of accounting
B413 Supervisors, Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Library Clerks (B551), Correspondence, Publication and Related Clerks (B552), Customer Service,
Information and Related Clerks (B553) and Survey Interviewers and Statistical Clerks (B554). They are
employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Example titles
• Advertising clerks supervisor
• Correspondence clerks supervisor
• Customer service supervisor (except
financial services)
• Information clerks supervisor
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Publication clerks supervisor
Statistical clerks supervisor
Supervisor, call centre agents
Supervisor, survey interviewers
B414 Supervisors, Mail and Message Distribution Occupations
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Mail, Postal and Related Clerks (B561), Letter Carriers (B562) and Couriers, Messengers and
Door-to-Door Distributors (B563). They are employed by Canada Post Corporation, courier companies,
governments and large corporations.
Example titles
• Courier service supervisor
• Letter carriers supervisor
• Mail and postal clerks supervisor
• Mail room supervisor
• Messenger service supervisor
• Postal station supervisor
• Postmaster / mistress
B415 Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Shippers and Receivers (B571), Storekeepers and Parts Clerks (B572), Production Clerks (B573),
Purchasing and Inventory Clerks (B574), Dispatchers and Radio Operators (B575) and Transportation Route
and Crew Schedulers (B576). They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Example titles
• Dispatch logistician
• Flight crew scheduling supervisor
• Freight forwarding logistician
• Head dispatcher
• Head shipper
• Inventory control supervisor
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Production clerks supervisor
Ramp services supervisor - airport
Stock control supervisor
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B5 Clerical Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with performing general office work or specialized
clerical tasks such as typesetting, data entry, telephone operating, administrative support, processing
information related to personnel activities, preparing routine financial records, recording payroll data,
processing financial transactions, processing data in financial and insurance companies, collecting overdue
accounts, processing and delivering mail, shipping and receiving, recording production and inventory,
dispatching taxis, scheduling transportation crews, issuing and receiving library books, writing routine
correspondence, interviewing for surveys and answering enquiries from the public.
B51 Clerical Occupations, General Office Skills
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with typing, filing, operating office equipment
and receiving visitors.
B511 General Office Clerks
General office clerks prepare correspondence, reports, statements and other material, operate office
equipment, answer telephones and perform clerical duties of a general nature according to established
procedures. They are employed in offices throughout the public and private sectors.
Exclusions
• Receptionists (B514, Receptionists and Switchboard Operators); and
• Clerks whose work is characterized by a particular subject matter specialization (B53, Finance and
Insurance Clerks; B55, Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks; B56, Mail and
Message Distribution Occupations; or B57, Recording, Scheduling and Distributing Occupations).
Example titles
• General office clerk
• Office assistant
• Office clerk
• Typist
• Word processor operator
B513 Records Management and Filing Clerks
Records management clerks process, code, store and retrieve records and documents and apply retention
and disposal schedules according to established policies and procedures. Filing clerks file papers, records,
documents and other material according to subject matter or other filing system. Records management
and filing clerks are employed throughout the private and public sectors. This unit group also includes
health records technicians, who maintain systems for the collection, storage, retrieval and retention of health
information. Health records technicians are employed by hospitals, clinics and other health care institutions.
Exclusions
• Film filers or photograph filers working in librairies (B551, Library Clerks); and
• Computer tape librarians (C181, Computer Network Technicians).
Example titles
• Aircraft records clerk
• File and classification clerk
• File clerk
• Health records technician
• Medical records clerk
• Microfilm records searcher
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Records clerk
Records filing-system clerk
Records management clerk
Technical records clerk
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B514 Receptionists and Switchboard Operators
Receptionists and switchboard operators greet people arriving at offices, hospitals and other establishments,
direct visitors to appropriate person or service, answer and forward telephone calls, take messages, schedule
appointments and perform other clerical duties. They are employed by hospitals, medical and dental offices
and in other offices throughout the public and private sectors.
Exclusions
• Telephone operators that work for telephone companies (B524, Telephone Operators);
• Customer service clerks who answer enquiries from the public (B553, Customer Service, Information
and Related Clerks);
• Dispatchers, who operate radio or other dispatching systems (B575, Dispatchers and Radio
Operators); and
• Reception clerks employed in hotels and other accommodations services (G715, Hotel Front Desk
Clerks).
Example titles
• Admitting clerk
• Answering service operator
• Business receptionist
• Dental receptionist
• Front desk clerk (except hotel)
• Hospital admitting clerk
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Reception clerk
Receptionist
Switchboard operator
Telereceptionist
B52 Office Equipment Operators
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with typesetting, operating a keyboard linked to
a video display terminal, or operating telephone systems.
B522 Data Entry Clerks
Data entry clerks input coded, statistical, financial and other information into computerized databases,
spreadsheets or other templates using a keyboard, mouse, or optical scanner, speech recognition software
or other data entry tools. They are employed in the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of data entry clerks (B411, Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support
Clerks);
• Word processor operators and other typists of textual material (B511, General Office Clerks); and
• Computer operators (C181, Computer Network Technicians).
Example titles
• Data control clerk
• Data entry operator
• Data input clerk
• Data processor
• Payment entry clerk
B523 Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations
Desktop publishing operators use computers to enter copy into a typesetting system or operate
typesetting output equipment to produce text that is ready to print. They are employed by firms that
specialize in typesetting, commercial printing companies, publishing and printing companies and various
establishments in the public and private sectors that have in-house printing departments. This unit group
also includes markup persons and pre-flight operators.
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Exclusions
• Supervisors of typesetters (B411, Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support Clerks);
• Proofreaders (B552, Correspondence, Publication and Related Clerks); and
• Copy stylists (F123, Graphic Arts Technicians).
Example titles
• Braille keyboard operator
• Compositor - typesetting
• Computer typesetter
• Copy marker - typesetting
• Desktop compositor
• Desktop publishing (DTP) operator
• File preparation operator
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Markup person
Output operator - typesetting
Phototypesetter operator
Pre-flight operator - printing
Typographer
B524 Telephone Operators
Telephone operators operate computerized telephone systems to advance and assist the completion of
telephone calls. They are employed by telephone companies.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of telephone operators and service observers (B411, Supervisors, General Office and
Administrative Support Clerks);
• Receptionists who answer and forward calls, take messages and book appointments (B514,
Receptionists and Switchboard Operators); and
• Dispatchers (B575, Dispatchers and Radio Operators).
Example titles
• Directory assistance operator
• Telephone operator
• Telephone service assistant
• Toll operator
B53 Finance and Insurance Clerks
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with preparing routine financial records,
recording payroll data, processing financial transactions in banks, processing data in financial and insurance
companies, and collecting overdue accounts.
B531 Accounting and Related Clerks
Accounting and related clerks calculate, prepare and process bills, invoices, accounts payable and
receivable, budgets and other financial records according to established procedures. They are employed
throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Bookkeepers (B111, Bookkeepers);
• Supervisors of accounting and related clerks (B412, Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks); and
• Payroll clerks (B532, Payroll Clerks).
Example titles
• Accounting clerk
• Accounts payable clerk
• Accounts receivable clerk
• Audit clerk
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Budget clerk
Costing clerk
Deposit clerk
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• Freight-rate clerk
• Income tax return preparer
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• Ledger clerk
• Tax clerk
B532 Payroll Clerks
Payroll clerks collect, verify and process payroll information and determine pay and benefit entitlements
for employees within a department, company or other establishment. They are employed by payroll
administration companies and by establishments throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of payroll clerks (B412, Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks);
• Accounting clerks (B531, Accounting and Related Clerks); and
• Personnel clerks (B542, Personnel Clerks).
Example titles
• Benefits officer
• Pay advisor
• Pay and benefits administrator
• Pay and benefits clerk
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Payroll clerk
Payroll officer
Salary administration officer
B533 Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services
Customer service representatives in this unit group process customers’ financial transactions and provide
information on related banking products and services. They are employed by banks, trust companies, credit
unions and similar financial institutions.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of tellers (B412, Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks);
• Clerks that compile and process financial and statistical information in banks (B534, Banking,
Insurance and Other Financial Clerks);
• Clerks who provide customer services in institutions other than banks (B553, Customer Service,
Information and Related Clerks); and
• Cashiers in retail stores (G311, Cashiers).
Example titles
• Bank teller
• Credit union teller
• Financial customer service representative
• Foreign exchange teller - financial services
B534 Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks
Banking, insurance and other financial clerks compile, process and maintain banking, insurance and
other financial information. They are employed by banks, credit companies, private and public insurance
establishments, investment firms and other financial establishments throughout the private and public
sectors.
Exclusions
• Bookkeepers (B111, Bookkeepers);
• Claims examiners (B113, Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners);
• Supervisors of bank, insurance and other financial and statistical clerks (B412, Supervisors, Finance
and Insurance Clerks);
• Accounting clerks (B531, Accounting and Related Clerks); and
• Tellers (B533, Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services).
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• Actuarial clerk
• Bank clerk
• Credit clerk
• Dental claims clerk
• Dividend calculation clerk
• Insurance clerk - financial sector
• Insurance rater
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Loan clerk - financial sector
Mortgage clerk
Premium rater - insurance
Real estate clerk
Securities clerk - financial sector
B535 Collectors
Collectors collect payments on overdue accounts and bad cheques and locate debtors to make collection
arrangements. They are employed by collection agencies, utility companies, department stores, loan
companies, banks and credit unions, and by financial and licensing departments within governments.
Exclusions
• Customs and excise tax collectors (B318, Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue Officers);
• Supervisors of collectors (B412, Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks);
• Tellers (B533, Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services); and
• Customer service clerks (B553, Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks).
Example titles
• Bill collector
• Collection clerk
• Collection officer (except taxation)
• Collections investigation officer
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Credit and collection clerk
Locator - collection
Skip tracer - collection
B54 Administrative Support Clerks
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing administrative support by:
processing applications, licences, permits, contracts, registrations, requisitions and other established forms;
processing information related to personnel activities; and performing support functions in courts of law.
B541 Administrative Clerks
Administrative clerks compile, verify, record and process forms and documents, such as applications,
licences, permits, contracts, registrations and requisitions, in accordance with established procedures,
guidelines and schedules. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Administrative officers (B311, Administrative Officers);
• Supervisors of administrative clerks (B411, Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support
Clerks);
• Clerk-typists (B511, General Office Clerks);
• Records and file clerks (B513, Records Management and Filing Clerks); and
• Clerical occupations whose work is characterized by a particular subject matter specialization (B53,
Finance and Insurance Clerks; B55, Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks; B56,
Mail and Message Distribution Occupations; or B57, Recording, Scheduling and Distributing
Occupations).
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Example titles
• Administrative clerk
• Application clerk
• Authorization clerk
• By-law clerk
• Customs clerk
• Documentation clerk
• Import clerk
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Office administration clerk
Passport clerk
Registration clerk
Registry clerk
Ward clerk - hospital
Warranty clerk
B542 Personnel Clerks
Personnel clerks assist personnel officers and human resources specialists and compile, maintain and
process information relating to staffing, recruitment, training, labour relations, performance evaluations
and classifications. They are employed in personnel departments throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of personnel clerks (B411, Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support
Clerks); and
• Payroll, benefit and entitlement clerks (B532, Payroll Clerks).
Example titles
• Classification clerk - human resources
• Employment clerk
• Human resources assistant
• Human resources clerk
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Personnel services clerk
Staffing clerk
Training clerk
B543 Court Clerks
This unit group includes those who perform support functions in courts of law, such as calling court to order,
preparing court dockets and maintaining exhibits. Court clerks are employed by federal and provincial
courts.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of court services occupations and court officers (B317, Court Officers and Justices of the
Peace).
Example titles
• Court clerk
• Court clerk-crier
• Criminal court clerk
• Judicial clerk
• Provincial court clerk
B55 Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with clerical tasks in libraries or survey taking
units, handling correspondence or materials for publication and providing information to customers.
B551 Library Clerks
Library clerks issue and receive library materials, sort and shelve books and provide general library
information to users. They also perform clerical functions. Library clerks are employed by libraries or other
establishments with library services.
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Exclusions
• Supervisors of library clerks (B413, Supervisors, Library, Correspondence and Related Information
Clerks);
• Pages who provide messenger services (B563, Couriers, Messengers and Door-to-Door Distributors);
• Librarians (F011, Librarians); and
• Library technicians (F111, Library and Archive Technicians and Assistants).
Example titles
• Circulation clerk - library
• Interlibrary loan clerk
• Library clerk
• Library page
• Periodicals clerk
• Reference clerk
• Shelving clerk - library
B552 Correspondence, Publication and Related Clerks
Clerks in this unit group write correspondence, proofread material for accuracy, compile material for
publication and perform other related clerical duties. They are employed by newspapers, periodicals,
publishing firms and by establishments throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Transcriptionists (B214, Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists); and
• Supervisors of correspondence, publication and related clerks (B413, Supervisors, Library,
Correspondence and Related Information Clerks).
Example titles
• Advertising clerk
• Classified advertising clerk
• Correspondence clerk
• Directory compiler
• Editorial assistant
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Proofreader
Publication clerk
Reader
Translation clerk
B553 Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks
This unit group includes clerks who answer enquiries and provide information regarding an establishment’s
goods, services and policies and who provide customer services such as receiving payments and processing
requests for services. They are employed by retail establishments, call centres, insurance, telephone and
utility companies and other establishments throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of customer service, information and related clerks (B413, Supervisors, Library,
Correspondence and Related Information Clerks);
• Receptionists (B514, Receptionists and Switchboard Operators);
• Tellers and customer service clerks who work in banks or other financial institutions (B533, Customer
Service Representatives - Financial Services);
• Administrative clerks (B541, Administrative Clerks); and
• Customer service agents in transportation (G713, Airline Sales and Service Agents; or G714, Ticket
Agents, Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except Airline)).
Example titles
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• Bus information clerk
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• Counter enquiries clerk
• Courtesy desk clerk
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B554 Survey Interviewers and Statistical Clerks
Survey interviewers contact individuals to gather information for market research, public opinion polls or
election and census enumeration. Statistical clerks code and compile interview and other data into reports,
lists, directories and other documents. Workers in this unit group are employed by market research and
polling firms, government departments and agencies, utility companies and other establishments. This unit
group also includes clerks who observe and record information on traffic flow.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of statistical clerks (B412, Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks); and
• Telemarketers, telephone solicitors or other telephone or direct sales occupations (G973, Other
Elemental Sales Occupations).
Example titles
• Census enumerator
• Coding clerk - statistics
• Election enumerator
• Interview clerk
• Poll clerk
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Statistical clerk
Survey interviewer
Telephone survey clerk
B56 Mail and Message Distribution Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with sorting and delivering mail.
B561 Mail, Postal and Related Clerks
This unit group includes clerks who process and sort mail and parcels in post offices, mail processing plants
and internal mail rooms, and clerks who serve customers and record transactions at sales counters and
postal wickets. Mail, postal and related clerks are employed by Canada Post Corporation, courier and parcel
express companies and establishments throughout the public and private sectors.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of mail, postal and related clerks (B414, Supervisors, Mail and Message Distribution
Occupations);
• Letter Carriers (B562, Letter Carriers);
• Couriers (B563, Couriers, Messengers and Door-to-Door Distributors); and
• Cargo Agents (G713, Airline Sales and Service Agents; or G714, Ticket Agents, Cargo Service
Representatives and Related Clerks (Except Airline)).
Example titles
• Bus parcel express clerk
• Express mail service clerk
• Mail clerk
• Mail room clerk
• Mail sorter
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B562 Letter Carriers
Letter carriers sort and deliver mail, record delivery of registered mail and collect money for
cash-on-delivery parcels. Letter carriers are employed by Canada Post Corporation.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of letter carriers (B414, Supervisors, Mail and Message Distribution Occupations);
• Mail and postal clerks who sort mail in post offices or mail departments of businesses (B561, Mail,
Postal and Related Clerks);
• Couriers (B563, Couriers, Messengers and Door-to-Door Distributors); and
• Mail truck drivers (H714, Delivery and Courier Service Drivers).
Example titles
• Letter carrier
• Mail carrier
• Rural mail carrier
B563 Couriers, Messengers and Door-to-Door Distributors
Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors pick up and deliver letters, parcels, packages,
newspapers, flyers and other items within and between establishments. They are employed by courier
service companies and other establishments throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Pages who work in libraries (B551, Library Clerks);
• Letter carriers (B562, Letter Carriers); and
• Mail service couriers (Priority Post), postal service (H714, Delivery and Courier Service Drivers).
Example titles
• Bank messenger
• Courier
• Delivery person - courier service
• Door-to-door distributor
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Messenger
Newspaper carrier
Runner
B57 Recording, Scheduling and Distributing Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with shipping and receiving goods; storing and
issuing parts; recording production, purchases and inventories; dispatching taxis and emergency vehicles;
and scheduling transportation services and crews.
B571 Shippers and Receivers
Shippers and receivers ship, receive and record the movement of parts, supplies, materials, equipment and
stock to and from an establishment. They are employed in the public sector and by retail and wholesale
establishments, manufacturing companies, and other commercial and industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of shippers, receivers and stockkeepers (B415, Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and
Scheduling Occupations);
• Storekeepers and parts clerks (B572, Storekeepers and Parts Clerks);
• Production clerks (B573, Production Clerks);
• Workers who move, load and unload goods from ships (H811, Longshore Workers); and
• Warehouse workers who move, load and unload goods (H812, Material Handlers).
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• Freight receiver
• Freight shipper
• Import freight clerk
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B572 Storekeepers and Parts Clerks
Storekeepers and parts clerks sort, store and issue parts and supplies for use by the establishment in which
they work and for sale to the public. They are employed by manufacturing companies, warehouses, retail
and wholesale establishments, mining, forestry and construction companies, repair shops, hospitals and
other establishments, and the armed forces.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of parts clerks and storekeepers (B415, Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and
Scheduling Occupations);
• Shipping and receiving clerks (B571, Shippers and Receivers);
• Production clerks (B573, Production Clerks); and
• Clerks who stock shelves in retail stores (G972, Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers).
Example titles
• Ammunition storekeeper
• Automotive partsperson - retail
• Material keeper
• Medical supply clerk
• Motor vehicle parts clerk
• Parts clerk
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Partsperson
Ship storeman / woman
Storekeeper
Tool room attendant
B573 Production Clerks
Production clerks co-ordinate and expedite the flow of work and materials within an establishment,
prepare work and production schedules and monitor the progress of production and construction projects.
Production clerks are employed by manufacturing and construction companies, printing and publishing
companies and other industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of production clerks (B415, Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling
Occupations);
• Shippers and receivers (B571, Shippers and Receivers); and
• Stock, purchasing and inventory clerks (B574, Purchasing and Inventory Clerks).
Example titles
• Expediter
• Material estimator
• Production clerk
• Production co-ordinator
• Production scheduler
• Scheduling clerk
• Traffic control clerk
B574 Purchasing and Inventory Clerks
Purchasing and inventory clerks 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.
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Exclusions
• Purchasing agents (B315, Purchasing Agents and Officers);
• Supervisors of purchasing and inventory clerks (B415, Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and
Scheduling Occupations);
• Stockkeepers (B572, Storekeepers and Parts Clerks); and
• Retail buyers (G133, Retail and Wholesale Buyers).
Example titles
• Inventory analyst
• Inventory clerk
• Inventory control clerk
• Inventory planner
• Procurement clerk
• Purchasing clerk
• Purchasing clerk assistant
B575 Dispatchers and Radio Operators
Dispatchers operate radios and other telecommunication equipment to dispatch emergency vehicles and
to co-ordinate the activities of drivers and other personnel. They are employed by police, fire and health
departments, other emergency service agencies, taxi, delivery and courier services, trucking and utilities
companies, and other commercial and industrial establishments. Radio operators receive, transmit and
record signals and messages using radios and other telecommunication equipment. They are employed
by transportation companies, mining, forestry and other industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women or supervisors of dispatchers, taxi and emergency vehicles (B415, Supervisors,
Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations);
• Flight dispatchers (C172, Air Traffic Control and Related Occupations);
• Train dispatchers (C175, Railway Traffic Controllers and Marine Traffic Regulators);
• Radio operator - military (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces); and
• Public transit dispatchers such as bus or subway dispatchers (H022, Supervisors, Motor Transport
and Other Ground Transit Operators).
Example titles
• 911 dispatcher
• Alarm system dispatcher
• Ambulance dispatcher
• Emergency vehicle dispatcher
• Inbound / outbound freight co-ordinator
• Mobile equipment dispatcher
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Taxi dispatcher
Tow truck dispatcher
Truck dispatcher
Utilities maintenance crew dispatcher
B576 Transportation Route and Crew Schedulers
Transportation route and crew schedulers prepare operational and crew schedules for transportation
equipment and operating personnel. They are employed by municipal transit commissions, truck, delivery
and courier companies, railways, airlines and by other transportation establishments in both the private
and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Air Flight Schedulers (A373, Transportation Managers);
• Supervisors of transportation route and crew schedulers (B415, Supervisors, Recording, Distributing
and Scheduling Occupations); and
• Production schedule clerks (B573, Production Clerks).
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• Crew scheduler, transportation
• Flight crew scheduler
• Schedule analyst
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Transit scheduler
Truck scheduler
C – Natural and Applied Sciences and Related Occupations
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with conducting theoretical and
applied research and providing technical support in natural and applied sciences.
C0 Professional Occupations in Natural and Applied Sciences
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with conducting experimental and theoretical
research into physical and life sciences, applying scientific knowledge in engineering and architectural
projects, and designing systems which make use of electronic data processing equipment in industrial and
commercial situations.
C01 Physical Science Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with conducting experimental and theoretical
research into physical phenomena, astronomy, chemical processes, geological conditions and other branches
of physical science. Technologists and technicians in physical sciences are classified in the appropriate unit
group of minor group C11 - Technical Occupations in Physical Sciences.
C011 Physicists and Astronomers
Physicists conduct theoretical and applied research to extend knowledge of natural phenomena and to
develop new processes and devices in fields such as electronics, communications, power generation and
distribution, aerodynamics, optics and lasers, remote sensing, and medicine and health. They are employed
by electronic, electrical and aerospace manufacturing companies, telecommunications companies, power
utilities, university and government research laboratories, hospitals and by a wide range of other processing,
manufacturing, and research and consulting firms. Astronomers conduct observational and theoretical
research to extend knowledge of the universe. They are employed by government and universities.
Exclusions
• Geophysicists and physical oceanographers (C013, Geologists, Geochemists and Geophysicists); and
• Atmospheric physicists (C014, Meteorologists).
Example titles
• Acoustics physicist
• Aerodynamicist
• Astronomer
• Astrophysicist
• Biophysicist
• Cosmologist
• Experimental physicist
• Health physicist
• Medical physicist
• Metrologist
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Optics physicist
Plasma physicist
Radio astronomer
Research scientist, aerospace
Research scientist, electronics
Research scientist, physics
Research scientist, remote sensing
Solid-state physicist
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C012 Chemists
Chemists conduct research and analysis in support of industrial operations, product and process
development, quality control, environmental control, medical diagnosis and treatment, biotechnology and
other applications. They also conduct theoretical, experimental and applied research into basic chemical
and biochemical processes to create or synthesize new products and processes. Chemists are employed
in research, development and quality control laboratories; chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical
industries; mineral, metal and pulp and paper industries; and a wide variety of manufacturing, utility,
health, educational and government establishments.
Exclusions
• Molecular physicists and biophysicists (C011, Physicists and Astronomers);
• Geochemists (C013, Geologists, Geochemists and Geophysicists);
• Biologists (C021, Biologists and Related Scientists); and
• Chemical engineers (C034, Chemical Engineers).
Example titles
• Agricultural chemist
• Analytical chemist
• Bioanalytical chemist
• Biochemist
• Chemist
• Clinical chemist
• Coatings chemist
• Electrochemist
• Environmental chemist
• Food chemist
• Inorganic chemist
• Medicinal chemist
• Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
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Organic chemist
Organic mass spectrometrist
Organometallic chemist
Pharmacological chemist
Physical chemist
Polymer chemist
Quality control chemist
Research chemist
Soil chemist
Textile chemist
Theoretical chemist
C013 Geologists, Geochemists and Geophysicists
Geologists, geochemists and geophysicists conduct programs of exploration and research to extend
knowledge of the structure, composition and processes of the earth, to locate and identify hydrocarbon,
mineral and groundwater resources, to plan and implement programs of hydrocarbon and mineral
extraction and to assess and mitigate the effects of development and waste disposal projects on the
environment. They are employed by petroleum and mining companies, consulting geology, geophysics and
engineering firms and by governments and educational institutions or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Metallurgists and material scientists (C015, Other Professional Occupations in Physical Sciences);
• Metallurgical and materials engineers (C042, Metallurgical and Materials Engineers);
• Mining engineers (C043, Mining Engineers);
• Geological engineers (C044, Geological Engineers); and
• Petroleum engineers (C045, Petroleum Engineers).
Example titles
• Development geologist
• Environmental geologist
• Exploration geologist
• Geochemist
• Geologist
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Groundwater geologist
Hydrogeologist
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Sedimentologist
Seismologist
Stratigrapher
C014 Meteorologists
Meteorologists analyze and forecast weather, provide consultation on atmospheric phenomena and conduct
research into the processes and phenomena of weather, climate and atmosphere. They are employed
by Environment Canada as well as by the military, private consulting companies, resource and utility
companies and by provincial governments or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Meteorological technicians (C113, Meteorological Technicians); and
• Weather announcers (F131, Announcers and Other Broadcasters).
Example titles
• Air quality meteorologist
• Atmospheric physicist
• Climatologist
• Hydrometeorologist
• Meteorologist
• Weather forecaster
C015 Other Professional Occupations in Physical Sciences
This group includes metallurgists, soil scientists and physical science occupations which are not elsewhere
classified, and involve the conduct of theoretical and applied research in fields of physical science. They are
employed by governments, educational institutions and a wide range of industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Soil chemists (C012, Chemists); and
• Metallurgical engineers (C042, Metallurgical and Materials Engineers).
Example titles
• Ballistics examiner
• Materials scientist
• Metallurgist
• Physical metallurgist
• Research scientist - ceramics
• Research scientist - composite materials
• Soil scientist
C02 Life Science Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with conducting research on living organisms,
planning and administering forestry programs, advising farmers on agricultural problems, and conducting
studies in microbiology as it relates to health sciences.
C021 Biologists and Related Scientists
Biologists and related scientists conduct basic and applied research to extend knowledge of living
organisms, to manage natural resources, and to develop new practices and products related to medicine
and agriculture. They are employed in both laboratory and field settings by governments, environmental
consulting companies, resource and utilities companies, chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnical
companies and health and educational institutions.
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Exclusions
• Biochemists (C012, Chemists); and
• Clinical pharmacologists (D011, Specialist Physicians).
Example titles
• Anatomist
• Bacteriologist
• Bioinformatician
• Biologist
• Botanist
• Cell biologist
• Ecologist
• Embryologist
• Geneticist
• Histologist
• Immunologist
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Microbiologist
Molecular biologist
Parasitologist
Pharmacologist
Physiologist
Protozoologist
Toxicologist
Virologist
Zoologist
C022 Forestry Professionals
Forestry professionals conduct research, develop plans and administer and direct programs related to the
management and harvesting of forest resources. They are employed by the forest industry, provincial and
federal governments, consulting companies, educational institutions and other industries, or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Woodlands and forest operations managers (A381, Primary Production Managers (Except
Agriculture)); and
• Forestry technicians (C123, Forestry Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• Appraisal forester
• Consulting forester
• District forester
• Forest engineer
• Forester
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Professional forester
Regional inventory officer - forestry
Registered professional forester (RPF)
C023 Agricultural Representatives, Consultants and Specialists
Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists provide assistance and advice to farmers on all
aspects of farm management, cultivation, fertilization, harvesting, soil erosion and composition, disease
prevention, nutrition, crop rotation and marketing. They are employed by businesses, institutions and
governments that assist the farming community or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Managers of agricultural consulting services (A123, Architecture and Science Managers);
• Agricultural scientists with a specialty such as biology, chemistry or soil physics (C01, Physical
Science Professionals; or C02, Life Science Professionals);
• Consulting agricultural engineers (C048, Other Professional Engineers, n.e.c.); and
• Managers of agricultural services businesses (I012, Agricultural and Related Service Contractors and
Managers).
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Example titles
• Agricultural consultant
• Agricultural extension supervisor
• Agricultural livestock specialist
• Agricultural representative
• Agricultural soil and crop specialist
• Agriculturist
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Consulting agrologist
Crop specialist
Farm management consultant
Field service agent
Grower’s advisor
Professional agrologist (P.Ag.)
C03 Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with researching, planning, designing and
developing: construction projects; machinery and systems for heating and cooling structures; electrical
and electronic equipment and systems; and chemical processes, and equipement and plants for chemical
processes.
C031 Civil Engineers
Civil engineers plan, design, develop and manage projects for the construction or repair of buildings,
earth structures, powerhouses, roads, airports, railways, rapid transit facilities, bridges, tunnels, canals,
dams, ports and coastal installations and systems related to highway and transportation services, water
distribution and sanitation. Civil engineers may also specialize in foundation analysis, building and
structural inspection, surveying, geomatics and municipal planning. Civil engineers are employed by
engineering consulting companies, in all levels of government, by construction firms and in many other
industries, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Forest engineers (C022, Forestry Professionals).
Example titles
• Bridge engineer
• Civil engineer
• Construction engineer
• Environmental engineer
• Geodetic engineer
• Geomatics engineer
• Highway engineer
• Hydraulics engineer
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Project engineer, construction
Public works engineer
Sanitation engineer
Structural engineer
Surveying engineer
Traffic engineer
Transportation engineer
Water management engineer
C032 Mechanical Engineers
Mechanical engineers research, design and develop machinery and systems for heating, ventilating and
air conditioning, power generation, transportation, processing and manufacturing. They also perform
duties related to the evaluation, installation, operation and maintenance of mechanical systems. Mechanical
engineers are employed by consulting firms, by power-generating utilities and in a wide range of
manufacturing, processing and transportation industries, or they may be self-employed.
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Exclusions
• Engineers that are concerned with electrical and electronic equipment (C033, Electrical and
Electronics Engineers);
• Engineers that are concerned with equipment and systems for chemical processes (C034, Chemical
Engineers);
• Engineers that are concerned with mining equipment and systems (C043, Mining Engineers);
• Engineers concerned with agricultural equipment and machinery (C048, Other Professional
Engineers, n.e.c.);
• Industrial designers (C152, Industrial Designers);
• Ship marine engineers (C174, Engineer Officers, Water Transport); and
• Power engineers (H221, Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators).
Example titles
• Acoustics engineer
• Automotive engineer
• Design engineer - mechanical
• Energy conservation engineer
• Engineer, power generation
• Fluid mechanics engineer
• Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
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Mechanical maintenance engineer
Nuclear engineer
Piping engineer
Refrigeration engineer
Robotics engineer
Thermal design engineer
Tool engineer
C033 Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Electrical and electronics engineers design, plan, research, evaluate and test electrical and electronic
equipment and systems. They are employed by electrical utilities, communications companies,
manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment, consulting firms, and by a wide range of
manufacturing, processing and transportation industries and government.
Exclusions
• Aerospace systems engineers (C046, Aerospace Engineers);
• Software engineers (C073, Software Engineers and Designers); and
• Technicians (broadcast engineers) in radio and television broadcasting (F124, Broadcast Technicians).
Example titles
• Avionics engineer
• Control systems engineer
• Design engineer, electrical
• Distribution planning engineer, electrical
• Electrical engineer
• Electrical network engineer
• Electronics engineer
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Planning engineer, electrical systems
Process control engineer, electrical
Roadway lighting design engineer
Television systems engineer
Test engineer, electronics
C034 Chemical Engineers
Chemical engineers research, design, and develop chemical processes and equipment, oversee the operation
and maintenance of industrial chemical, plastics, pharmaceutical, resource, pulp, and food processing
plants and perform duties related to chemical quality control, environmental protection and biochemical
or biotechnical engineering. Chemical engineers are employed in a wide range of manufacturing and
processing industries, consulting firms, government, research and educational institutions.
Exclusions
• Chemists (C012, Chemists); and
• Metallurgical and materials engineers (C042, Metallurgical and Materials Engineers).
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• Adhesives engineer
• Biochemical engineer
• Biotechnical engineer
• Chemical engineer, environmental
• Chemical process engineer
• Industrial hygiene engineer
• Industrial waste treatment engineer
• Liquid fuels engineer
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Polymer engineer
Process control engineer, chemical
Project engineer, chemical
Pulp and paper engineer
Refinery engineer
Waste treatment engineer
C04 Other Engineers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with planning, designing and developing:
mines and mine facilities; programs for geological data acquisition and analysis; programs for drilling,
completion and testing of oil and gas wells; efficient industrial production; aircraft and aerospace systems
and components; computers; machinery and processes to concentrate, extract, refine and process metals;
and other engineering research, design, and development not elsewhere classified.
C041 Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers
Industrial and manufacturing engineers conduct studies, and develop and supervise programs to achieve
the best use of equipment, human resources, technology, materials and procedures to enhance efficiency
and productivity. Industrial and manufacturing engineers are employed in consulting firms, manufacturing
and processing companies, in government, financial, health care and other institutions, or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusion
• Organizational analysts (B022, Professional Occupations in Business Services to Management).
Example titles
• Engineer, computer integrated
manufacturing (CIM)
• Fire prevention engineer
• Industrial engineer
• Manufacturing engineer
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Production engineer
Quality control engineer
Safety engineer
Work measurement engineer
C042 Metallurgical and Materials Engineers
Metallurgical and materials engineers conduct studies of the properties and characteristics of metals and
other non-metallic materials and plan, design and develop machinery and processes to concentrate, extract,
refine and process metals, alloys and other materials such as ceramics, semiconductors and composite
materials. Metallurgical and materials engineers are employed in consulting engineering firms, mining,
metal processing and manufacturing companies, and in government, research and educational institutions.
Example titles
• Ceramics engineer
• Corrosion engineer
• Electrometallurgical engineer
• Foundry engineer
• Hydrometallurgical engineer
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C043 Mining Engineers
Mining engineers plan, design, organize and supervise the development of mines, mine facilities, systems
and equipment; and prepare and supervise the extraction of metallic or non-metallic minerals and ores
from underground or surface mines. Mining engineers are employed by mining companies, consulting
engineering companies, manufacturers, government and in educational and research institutions.
Example titles
• Mine design engineer
• Mine development engineer
• Mine layout engineer
• Mine production engineer
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Mine ventilation engineer
Mineral engineer
Mining engineer
C044 Geological Engineers
Geological engineers conduct geological and geotechnical studies to assess suitability of locations for
civil engineering, mining and oil and gas projects; and plan, design, develop and supervise programs
of geological data acquisition and analysis and the preparation of geological engineering reports and
recommendations. Geological engineers are employed in consulting engineering companies, electrical
utilities, mining and petroleum companies and in government and research and educational institutions.
Example titles
• Geological engineer
• Geophysical engineer
• Hydrogeological engineer
C045 Petroleum Engineers
Petroleum engineers conduct studies for the exploration, development and extraction of oil and gas
deposits; and plan, design, develop and supervise projects for the drilling, completion, testing and
re-working of oil and gas wells. They are employed by petroleum producing companies, consulting
companies, well logging or testing companies, in government, and research and educational institutions.
Example titles
• Drilling engineer, oil and gas
• Petroleum engineer
• Petroleum engineer, completion
• Production engineer, oil and gas
• Reservoir engineer, petroleum
• Subsea engineer
C046 Aerospace Engineers
Aerospace engineers research, design and develop aerospace vehicles, aerospace systems and their
components, and perform duties related to their testing, evaluation, installation, operation and
maintenance. They are employed by aircraft and spacecraft manufacturers, air transport carriers, and
in government and educational and research institutions.
Exclusions
• Avionics engineers (C033, Electrical and Electronics Engineers);
• Aircraft maintenance engineers (AME’s), avionics (C144, Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and Avionics
Mechanics, Technicians and Inspectors); and
• Aircraft maintenance engineers (AME’s) except those in avionics (H415, Aircraft Mechanics and
Aircraft Inspectors).
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• Aerodynamics engineer
• Aeronautical engineer
• Aerospace engineer
• Aircraft design engineer
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Structural engineer, aerospace
Systems engineer, aerospace
Test engineer, aerospace
C047 Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers and Designers)
Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers) research, plan, design, develop, modify,
evaluate and integrate computer and telecommunications hardware and related equipment, and
information and communication system networks including mainframe systems, local and wide area
networks, fibre-optic networks, wireless communication networks, Intranets, the Internet and other
data communications systems. They are employed by computer and telecommunication hardware
manufacturers, by engineering, manufacturing and telecommunications firms, in information technology
consulting firms, by governmental, educational and research institutions and in information technology
units throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusion
• Computer software analysts (C071, Information Systems Analysts and Consultants).
Example titles
• Application specific integrated circuit
(ASIC) design engineer
• Computer engineer
• Computer hardware engineer
• Engineer, computer hardware
• Engineer, telecommunications hardware
• Fibre-optic network designer
• Hardware circuit board designer
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Hardware development engineer
Hardware engineer
Network systems engineer
Network test engineer
Systems designer - hardware
Technical architect - hardware
Wireless communications network engineer
C048 Other Professional Engineers, n.e.c.
This unit group includes agricultural and bio-resource engineers, biomedical engineers, engineering
physicists and engineering scientists, marine and naval engineers, textile engineers and other specialized
engineering occupations which are not classified elsewhere.
Example titles
• Agricultural engineer
• Biomedical engineer
• Bio-resource engineer
• Engineering physicist
• Engineering scientist
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Marine engineer
Naval architect
Naval engineer
Textile engineer
C05 Architects, Urban Planners and Land Surveyors
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with designing and developing plans for
structures and landscape designs, land use planning, and conducting legal land surveys.
C051 Architects
Architects conceptualize, plan and develop designs for the construction and renovation of commercial,
institutional and residential buildings. They are employed by architectural firms, private corporations and
governments, or they may be self-employed.
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Exclusions
• Naval architects (C048, Other Professional Engineers, n.e.c.); and
• Landscape architects (C052, Landscape Architects).
Example titles
• Architect
• Architectural standards specialist
• Chief architect
• Consulting architect
• Industrial and commercial buildings
architect
• Residential architect
C052 Landscape Architects
Landscape architects conceptualize landscape designs, develop contract documents and oversee the
construction of landscape development for commercial projects, office complexes, parks, golf courses and
residential development. They are employed by government environmental and development agencies,
landscape consulting firms and by architectural and engineering firms, or they are self-employed.
Exclusion
• Landscaping contractors (I015, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Contractors and Managers).
Example titles
• Architect, landscape
• Landscape architect
• Landscape planner
C053 Urban and Land Use Planners
Urban and land use planners develop plans and recommend policies for managing land use, physical
facilities and associated services for urban and rural areas and remote regions. They are employed by all
levels of government, land developers, engineering and other consulting companies or may work as private
consultants.
Example titles
• City planner
• Community and urban planner
• Environmental planner
• Land use planner
• Long-range planner
• Municipal planner
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Park planner
Planner
Planning analyst
Recreation planner
Regional planner
Urban planner
C054 Land Surveyors
Land surveyors plan, direct and conduct legal surveys to establish the location of real property boundaries,
contours and other natural or human-made features, and prepare and maintain cross-sectional drawings,
official plans, records and documents pertaining to these surveys. They are employed by federal, provincial
and municipal governments, private sector land surveying establishments, real estate development, natural
resource, engineering and construction firms, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Survey engineers (C031, Civil Engineers); and
• Survey technologists and technicians (C154, Land Survey Technologists and Technicians).
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• Commissioned land surveyor
• Land surveyor
• Legal surveyor
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• Property surveyor
C06 Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with researching mathematical and statistical
theories, and developing and applying mathematical and statistical techniques for solving problems in such
fields as science, engineering, business and social science.
C061 Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
Mathematicians and statisticians research mathematical or statistical theories, and develop and apply
mathematical or statistical techniques, for solving problems in such fields as science, engineering,
business and social science. Actuaries apply mathematics, statistics, probability and risk theory to assess
potential financial impacts of future events. Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries are employed by
universities, governments, bank and trust companies, insurance companies, pension benefit consulting
firms, professional associations and science and engineering consulting firms.
Exclusion
• Information systems analysts (C071, Information Systems Analysts and Consultants).
Example titles
• Actuary
• Biostatistician
• Consulting actuary
• Demographer
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Insurance actuary
Mathematician
Statistical analyst
Statistician
C07 Computer and Information Systems Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing professional expertise in the area
of information technology.
C071 Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
Information systems analysts and consultants conduct research, develop and implement information
systems development plans, policies and procedures, and provide advice on a wide range of information
systems issues. They are employed in information technology consulting firms and in information
technology units throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Computer and information systems managers (A122, Computer and Information Systems Managers);
• Database analysts (C072, Database Analysts and Data Administrators);
• Computer software engineers (C073, Software Engineers and Designers); and
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers).
Example titles
• Computer consultant
• Computer systems analyst
• Informatics consultant
• Informatics security analyst
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• Information systems quality assurance
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• Management information systems (MIS)
analyst
• Systems auditor
• Systems consultant
• Systems security analyst
C072 Database Analysts and Data Administrators
Database analysts design, develop and administer data management solutions using database management
software. Data administrators develop and implement data administration policy, standards and models.
They are employed in information technology consulting firms and in information technology units
throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Computer and information systems managers (A122, Computer and Information Systems Managers);
• Information systems analysts (C071, Information Systems Analysts and Consultants);
• Computer software engineers (C073, Software Engineers and Designers); and
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers).
Example titles
• Data administrator
• Data custodian
• Data dictionary administrator
• Data warehouse analyst
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Database administrator (DBA)
Database analyst
Database architect
Technical architect - database
C073 Software Engineers and Designers
Software engineers and designers research, design, evaluate, integrate and maintain software
applications, technical environments, operating systems, embedded software, information warehouses and
telecommunications software. They are employed in information technology consulting firms, information
technology research and development firms, and information technology units throughout the private and
public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Computer and information systems managers (A122, Computer and Information Systems Managers);
• Computer hardware engineers (C047, Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers and
Designers));
• Information systems analysts (C071, Information Systems Analysts and Consultants); and
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers).
Example titles
• Application architect
• Computer software engineer
• Embedded software engineer
• Software architect
• Software design engineer
• Software design verification engineer
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Software designer
Software engineer
Software testing engineer
Systems integration engineer - software
Technical architect - software
Telecommunications software engineer
C074 Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
Computer programmers write, modify, integrate and test computer code for microcomputer and mainframe
software applications, data processing applications, operating systems-level software and communications
software. Interactive media developers write, modify, integrate and test computer code for Internet
applications, computer-based training software, computer games, film, video and other interactive media.
They are employed in computer software development firms, information technology consulting firms, and
in information technology units throughout the private and public sectors.
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Exclusions
• Information systems analysts (C071, Information Systems Analysts and Consultants);
• Database administrators (C072, Database Analysts and Data Administrators);
• Computer software engineers (C073, Software Engineers and Designers); and
• Web designers (C075, Web Designers and Developers).
Example titles
• Application programmer
• Business application programmer
• Computer game developer
• Computer programmer
• E-business (electronic business) software
developer
• Interactive media developer
• Multimedia developer
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Operating systems programmer
Programmer analyst
Scientific programmer
Software developer
Software programmer
Systems programmer
Web programmer
C075 Web Designers and Developers
Web designers and developers research, design, develop and produce Internet and Intranet sites. They are
employed in computer software development firms, information technology consulting firms, information
technology units throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Information systems analysts (C071, Information Systems Analysts and Consultants);
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers); and
• Web technicians (C181, Computer Network Technicians).
Example titles
• E-business Web site developer
• E-commerce Web site developer
• Internet site designer
• Internet site developer
• Intranet site designer
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Web designer
Web developer
Web manager
Web site developer
Webmaster
C1 Technical Occupations Related to Natural and Applied Sciences
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to professionals
in science and engineering.
C11 Technical Occupations in Physical Sciences
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to chemists,
geologists and meteorologists.
C111 Chemical Technologists and Technicians
Chemical technologists and technicians provide technical support and services or may work independently
in chemical engineering, chemical and biochemical research and analysis, industrial chemistry, chemical
quality control and environmental protection. They are employed by research and development and
quality control laboratories, consulting engineering companies, in chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical
and a variety of other manufacturing and processing industries, and by utilities, health, education and
government establishments.
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Exclusions
• Biological technologists who conduct quality control tests in food production, sanitation,
pharmaceutical production and other fields (C121, Biological Technologists and Technicians);
• Biochemistry technologists and technicians who work in medical laboratories (D211, Medical
Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants; or D212, Medical Laboratory Technicians);
and
• Process technicians who operate the controls of petrochemical or chemical processing plants (J112,
Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Process Operators).
Example titles
• Analytical technician, chemical
• Biochemistry technologist
• Chemical analyst
• Chemical engineering technician
• Chemical engineering technologist
• Chemical laboratory analyst
• Chemical research technician
• Chemical technician
• Chemical technologist
• Food technologist
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Formulation technician
Geochemical technician
Industrial hygiene technologist
Mass spectrometer technician
Master dyer - textiles
Paint technician
Pilot plant technician
Quality control technician - chemical
processing
• Quality control technician - food processing
C112 Geological and Mineral Technologists and Technicians
Geological and mineral technologists and technicians provide technical support and services or may work
independently in the fields of oil and gas exploration and production, geophysics, petroleum engineering,
geology, mining and mining engineering, mineralogy, extractive and physical metallurgy, metallurgical
engineering and environmental protection. They are employed by petroleum and mining companies,
consulting geology and engineering firms, and by governments and educational institutions as well as by a
variety of manufacturing, construction and utilities companies.
Exclusions
• Technicians and technologists who perform chemical laboratory tests (C111, Chemical Technologists
and Technicians);
• Civil engineering soil technologists (C131, Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians);
• Geodedic survey technologists (C154, Land Survey Technologists and Technicians); and
• Mine supervisors (I121, Supervisors, Mining and Quarrying).
Example titles
• Assayer
• Geological technician
• Geophysical technologist
• Groundwater technologist
• Log technician
• Marine geoscience technologist
• Metallurgical technologist
• Mineralogy technician
• Mining engineering technologist
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Mining technologist
Petroleum engineering technologist
Petroleum technician
Petrology technician
Reservoir engineering technician
Rock mechanics technician
Seismic technician
Welding technologist
C113 Meteorological Technicians
Meteorological technicians observe weather and atmospheric conditions, record and interpret
meteorological data, transmit and report on recorded information, and provide meteorological information
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Atmospheric Environment Service of Environment Canada and by the armed forces, private consulting
companies, resource and utility companies and by provincial governments.
Exclusion
• Meteorologists (C014, Meteorologists).
Example titles
• Aerological technician
• Avalanche controller
• Climate data processor
• Climate service specialist
• Climate service technician
• Ice service specialist
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Meteorological inspector
Meteorological technician
Officer-in-charge, weather station
Operations technician, weather station
Surface weather observer
Weather service specialist
C12 Technical Occupations in Life Sciences
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to biologists;
inspecting agricultural and fish products; performing technical functions in forestry research, landscape
and horticultural services; and enforcing conservation regulations.
C121 Biological Technologists and Technicians
Biological technologists and technicians provide technical support and services to scientists, engineers and
other professionals working in fields such as agriculture, resource management, environmental protection,
plant and animal biology, microbiology, cell and molecular biology and health sciences, or may work
independently in these fields. They are employed in both laboratory and field settings by governments,
manufacturers of food products, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, biotechnology companies, health, research
and educational institutions, environmental consulting companies and resource and utilities companies.
Exclusions
• Technologists and technicians working in chemical research including biochemistry (C111, Chemical
Technologists and Technicians);
• Agriculture and fish products inspectors (C122, Agricultural and Fish Products Inspectors);
• Technologists and technicians who are involved in forestry research (C123, Forestry Technologists
and Technicians);
• Conservation and fishery officers (C124, Conservation and Fishery Officers); and
• Biological technologists and technicians who work in medical laboratories (D211, Medical
Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants; or D212, Medical Laboratory Technicians).
Example titles
• Agricultural technician
• Agricultural technologist
• Agrology technician
• Aquaculture technician
• Bacteriological technician
• Biological laboratory technologist
• Botanical technician
• Fish hatchery technician
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Fisheries technician
Food bacteriological technician
Microbiology quality control technologist
Microbiology technologist (except medical)
Plant breeding technician
Seed technologist
Wildlife biology technician
C122 Agricultural and Fish Products Inspectors
Agricultural and fish products inspectors inspect agricultural and fish products for conformity to prescribed
production, storage and transportation standards. They are employed by government departments and
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agencies and by private sector food processing companies. Supervisors of agricultural and fish products
inspectors are also included in this group.
Exclusions
• Technologists and technicians who conduct biological tests (C121, Biological Technologists and
Technicians);
• Food damage or sanitary inspectors (C163, Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health and
Occupational Health and Safety); and
• Testers and graders of agricultural and fish products (J175, Testers and Graders, Food and Beverage
Processing).
Example titles
• Agricultural products inspector
• Crop certification inspector
• Dairy products inspector
• Fish inspector
• Fish products inspector
• Fruit and vegetables inspector
• Grain inspector
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Livestock inspector
Meat inspector
Plant protection inspector
Poultry inspector
Supervisor, agricultural products inspection
Supervisor, fish products inspection
C123 Forestry Technologists and Technicians
Forestry technologists and technicians may work independently or perform technical and supervisory
functions in support of forestry research, forest management, forest harvesting, forest resource conservation
and environmental protection. They are employed by the forest industry sector, provincial and federal
governments, consulting firms, and other industries and institutions or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Forest management supervisors (C022, Forestry Professionals);
• Botanical technologists and technicians (C121, Biological Technologists and Technicians);
• Forest rangers (C124, Conservation and Fishery Officers); and
• Forest operations supervisors and silviculture operations supervisors (I111, Supervisors, Logging
and Forestry).
Example titles
• Conservation technician - forestry
• Cruising technician - forestry
• Enforcement officer - forestry
• Extension ranger - forestry
• Fire suppression officer - forestry
• Forest fire technician
• Forest survey technician
• Forest technician
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Forestry technician
Forestry technologist
Resource officer, forest inventory
Resource technician - forestry
Scaler technician - logging
Scaling co-ordinator - logging
Silviculture technician
C124 Conservation and Fishery Officers
Conservation and fishery officers enforce the federal and provincial regulations established for the
protection of fish, wildlife and other natural resources and collect and relay information on resource
management. They are employed by federal and provincial government departments.
Exclusions
• Biological technologists and technicians (C121, Biological Technologists and Technicians); and
• Forestry technologists (C123, Forestry Technologists and Technicians).
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Example titles
• Conservation officer
• Fish and wildlife officer
• Fishery officer
• Forest ranger - wildlife management
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Game warden
Natural resources officer
Park ranger
C125 Landscape and Horticulture Technicians and Specialists
This unit group includes those who survey and assess landscapes; draw sketches and build models of
landscape designs; construct and maintain gardens, parks, golf courses and other landscaped environments;
advise clients on issues related to horticulture; breed, cultivate and study plants; and treat injured and
diseased trees and plants. They are employed by landscape designers and contractors, lawn service and tree
care establishments, golf courses, nurseries and greenhouses, and municipal, provincial and national parks,
or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Landscape architects (C052, Landscape Architects);
• Nursery and greenhouse workers (I022, Nursery and Greenhouse Workers); and
• Landscape and parks maintenance labourers (I212, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance
Labourers).
Example titles
• Arborist
• Golf course superintendent
• Greenskeeper
• Horticultural technician
• Horticulture specialist
• Horticulturist
• Hydroponics technician
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Landscape architectural technician
Landscape designer
Landscape gardener
Landscape technician
Landscaper
Lawn care specialist
Tree service technician
C13 Technical Occupations in Civil, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to professional
engineers (except electrical and electronic).
C131 Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Civil engineering technologists and technicians provide technical support and services to scientists,
engineers and other professionals, or may work independently in fields such as structural engineering,
municipal engineering, construction design and supervision, highways and transportation engineering,
water resources engineering, geotechnical engineering and environmental protection. They are employed
by consulting engineering and construction companies, public works, transportation and other government
departments and in many other industries.
Exclusions
• Technologists and technicians concerned with architectural design (C151, Architectural Technologists
and Technicians); and
• Technologists and technicians who assist in surveying the earth’s surface (C154, Land Survey
Technologists and Technicians).
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• Bridge design technician
• Building materials technician
• Civil engineering technician
• Civil engineering technologist
• Construction technologist
• Foundation technologist
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Highway technician
Municipal engineering assistant
Soil technologist - civil engineering
Specifications writer, construction
Structural design technologist
Structural investigator
C132 Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians provide technical support and services or may work
independently in mechanical engineering fields such as the design, development, maintenance and testing
of machines, components, tools, heating and ventilating systems, power generation and power conversion
plants, manufacturing plants and equipment. They are employed by consulting engineering, manufacturing
and processing companies, institutions and government departments.
Example titles
• Aeronautical technologist
• Heating designer
• HVAC (heating, ventilation and air
conditioning) technologist
• Machine designer
• Marine engineering technologist
• Mechanical engineering technician
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Mechanical engineering technologist
Mechanical technologist
Mould designer
Thermal station technician
Tool and die designer
Tool designer
C133 Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians
Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians may work independently or
provide technical support and services in the development of production methods, facilities and systems,
and the planning, estimating, measuring and scheduling of work. They are employed by manufacturing
and insurance companies, government departments, and establishments in other industries.
Exclusion
• Food and chemical quality assurance technologists and technicians and dye technicians (C111,
Chemical Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• CAD / CAM programmer
• Industrial engineering technician
• Industrial engineering technologist
• Loss prevention technologist
• Manufacturing technician
• Manufacturing technologist
• Planning technician
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Plastics manufacturing technician
Pulp and paper manufacturing technologist
Quality assurance technologist
Scheduling technician - manufacturing
Textile technologist
Time study analyst
C134 Construction Estimators
Construction estimators analyze costs of and prepare estimates on civil engineering, architectural,
structural, electrical and mechanical construction projects. They are employed by residential, commercial
and industrial construction companies and major electrical, mechanical and trade contractors, or they may
be self-employed.
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• Chief estimator - construction
• Construction estimator
• Cost estimator - construction
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• Professional quantity surveyor
• Quantity surveyor - construction
C14 Technical Occupations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support in the
development, operations and maintenance of electronic and electrical equipment and systems, and the
installation and maintenance of industrial or aircraft instruments.
C141 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians may work independently or provide
technical support and services in the design, development, testing, production and operation of electrical
and electronic equipment and systems. They are employed by electrical utilities, communications
companies, manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment, consulting firms, and in governments
and a wide range of manufacturing, processing and transportation industries.
Exclusions
• Electronics technicians who service and repair household and business electronic equipment (C142,
Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment));
• Industrial measuring and controlling instrument mechanics and technicians (C143, Industrial
Instrument Technicians and Mechanics); and
• Technicians providing technical support for aircraft electrical and electronic systems (C144, Aircraft
Instrument, Electrical and Avionics Mechanics, Technicians and Inspectors).
Example titles
• Communications technologist
• Electrical engineering technician
• Electrical engineering technologist
• Electricity distribution network technologist
• Electronics design technologist
• Electronics engineering technician
• Electronics engineering technologist
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Electronics manufacturing technician
Electronics manufacturing technologist
Lighting technologist
Metering technologist
Microwave maintenance technician
Production support technician - electronics
manufacturing
C142 Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment)
Electronic service technicians service and repair household and business electronic equipment such as audio
and video systems, computers and peripherals, office equipment and other consumer electronic equipment
and assemblies. They are employed by electronic service and retail establishments, by wholesale distributors
and within service departments of electronic manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Technicians involved in the design, testing and production of electronic equipment (C141, Electrical
and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• Alarm system technician
• Audio-video service technician
• Computer service technician
• Electronic service technician apprentice
• Electronic service technician supervisor
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Office equipment service technician
Photocopy machine technician
Radio and television service technician
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C143 Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics repair, maintain, calibrate, adjust, and install industrial
measuring and controlling instrumentation. They are employed by pulp and paper processing companies,
nuclear and hydro power generating companies, mining, petrochemical and natural gas companies,
industrial instrument and other manufacturing companies, and by industrial instrument servicing
establishments.
Exclusions
• Electrical technologists (C141, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians);
and
• Technicians who work with aircraft instrumentation (C144, Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and
Avionics Mechanics, Technicians and Inspectors).
Example titles
• Apprentice industrial instrument mechanic
• Industrial instrument mechanic
• Instrument technician, industrial
• Instrumentation technician, industrial
• Process control equipment mechanic
C144 Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and Avionics Mechanics, Technicians and
Inspectors
This unit group includes mechanics and technicians who install, adjust, repair and overhaul aircraft
instrument, electrical or avionics systems on aircraft. This unit group also includes avionics inspectors who
inspect instrument, electrical and avionics systems following assembly, modification, repair or overhaul.
Workers in this unit group are employed by aircraft manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul
establishments and by airlines, the armed forces and other aircraft operators.
Exclusions
• Government airworthiness inspectors (C162, Engineering Inspectors and Regulatory Officers); and
• Mechanics, technicians and inspectors involved in the maintenance, repair and overhaul, installation
or inspection of aircraft mechanical systems (H415, Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors).
Example titles
• Aircraft electrical technician
• Aircraft electrician
• Aircraft instrument mechanic
• Aircraft instrument technician
• Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) avionics
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Avionics maintenance technician
Avionics technician
Inspector, avionics
Instrument inspector, aircraft
Instrument overhaul and repair mechanic avionics
C15 Technical Occupations in Architecture, Drafting, Surveying and Mapping
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with industrial design, drafting, and providing
technical support to architects and land surveyors.
C151 Architectural Technologists and Technicians
Architectural technologists and technicians may work independently or provide technical assistance to
professional architects and civil design engineers in conducting research, preparing drawings, architectural
models, specifications and contracts and in supervising construction projects. Architectural technologists
and technicians are employed by architectural and construction firms, and governments.
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Exclusions
• Technologists and technicians concerned with the structural design of buildings (C131, Civil
Engineering Technologists and Technicians);
• Technologists and technicians concerned with the design of heating and ventilating systems (C132,
Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians);
• Technologists and technicians concerned with plant lay-out design (C133, Industrial Engineering and
Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians); and
• Construction estimators (C134, Construction Estimators).
Example titles
• Architectural design technician
• Architectural design technologist
• Architectural technician
• Architectural technologist
C152 Industrial Designers
Industrial designers conceptualize and produce designs for manufactured products. They are employed by
manufacturing industries and private design firms or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Interior designers, graphic designers and other non-industrial designers (F14, Creative Designers and
Craftspersons).
Example titles
• Furniture designer
• Industrial design consultant
• Industrial designer
• Industrial products designer
• Product designer
C153 Drafting Technologists and Technicians
Drafting technologists and technicians prepare engineering designs, drawings and related technical
information, in multidisciplinary engineering teams or in support of engineers, architects or industrial
designers, or they may work independently. They are employed by consulting and construction companies,
utility, resource and manufacturing companies, all levels of government and by a wide range of other
establishments.
Exclusion
• Architectural technologists and technicians (C151, Architectural Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• Architectural draftsperson
• Computer-assisted design and drafting
technologist
• Computer-assisted drafting (CAD)
technician
• Design and drafting technologist
• Drafting technician
• Drafting technologist
• Draftsperson
• Electrical draftsperson
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• Electronic draftsperson
• Engineering design and drafting
technologist
• Mechanical draftsperson
• Steel detailer - drafting
• Structural draftsperson
• Structural steel drafter-detailer
• Supervisor, drafting office
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C154 Land Survey Technologists and Technicians
Land survey technologists and technicians conduct or participate in surveys to determine the exact locations
and relative positions of natural features and other structures on the earth’s surface, underground and
underwater. They are employed by all levels of government, architectural and engineering firms, and by
private sector surveying establishments.
Exclusions
• Professional land surveyors (C054, Land Surveyors);
• Hydrographic survey technologists and technicians (C112, Geological and Mineral Technologists and
Technicians); and
• Civil engineering technologists and technicians (C131, Civil Engineering Technologists and
Technicians).
Example titles
• Engineering survey technologist
• Geodetic survey technologist
• Geomatics technologist - surveying
• Land survey technician
• Legal survey technician
• Topographic survey technician
• Transit operator - surveying
C155 Mapping and Related Technologists and Technicians
Mapping and related technologists and technicians gather, analyze, interpret and use geospatial information
for applications in natural resources, geology, environment and land use planning. This unit group
includes technologists and technicians who design and prepare maps, interpret aerial photographs, operate
interpretative and airborne remote sensing equipment, and develop and operate geographical information
systems. They are employed by all levels of government, the armed forces, utilities, mapping, computer
software, forestry, architectural, engineering and consulting firms and other related establishments.
Example titles
• Aerial survey technician
• Cartographer
• Cartographic technician
• Geographic information systems (GIS)
technician
• Map editor
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Photogrammetric technologist
Photogrammetrist
Remote sensing (RS) technician
Softcopy photogrammetrist
C16 Other Technical Inspectors and Regulatory Officers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to engineers
in quality control, enforcing regulations applied to transportation equipment, factories, public health,
environment, and contruction.
C161 Non-destructive Testers and Inspectors
Non-destructive testers and inspectors operate radiographic, ultrasonic, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle,
eddy current and similar testing equipment to detect discontinuities in objects of various compositions and
materials. They are employed by quality control, maintenance and safety departments of manufacturing,
processing, transportation, energy and other companies and by private industrial inspection establishments.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with inspecting vehicles and equipment for conformity to government
standards (C162, Engineering Inspectors and Regulatory Officers); and
• Occupations operating radiographic or ultrasonic equipment in medical laboratories or hospitals
(D21, Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health)).
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Example titles
• Acoustic emission technician
• Aircraft non-destructive inspection
technician
• Eddy current technician
• Industrial radiographer
• Infrared thermographer
• Liquid penetrant inspector
• Magnetic particle inspector
• NDT (non-destructive testing) maintenance
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Pressure vessel tester
Radiographic technician - non-destructive
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• Ultrasonic inspector
• Visual inspector - welding
• Weld inspector
C162 Engineering Inspectors and Regulatory Officers
Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers inspect transportation vehicles such as aircraft, watercraft,
automobiles and trucks and weighing and measuring devices such as scales and meters as well as
industrial instruments, processes and equipment for conformity to government and industry standards and
regulations. They are employed by government agencies and in the private sector.
Example titles
• Airworthiness inspector
• Elevator inspector
• Engineering inspector
• Inspector, air carrier maintenance
• Inspector, air transport
• Inspector, electricity and gas meters
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Insurance loss prevention inspector
Marine damage surveyor
Motor vehicle defects investigator
Railway accident investigation officer
Regulatory officer, engineering
C163 Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health and Occupational Health and
Safety
Inspectors in this unit group evaluate and monitor health and safety hazards and develop strategies
to control risks in the workplace. They inspect restaurants, public facilities, industrial establishments,
municipal water systems and other workplaces to ensure compliance with government regulations
regarding sanitation, pollution control, the handling and storage of hazardous substances and workplace
safety. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Industrial hygiene technologists or technicians (C111, Chemical Technologists and Technicians);
• Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers (C162, Engineering Inspectors and Regulatory
Officers);
• Occupational hygienists and industrial hygienists (E031, Natural and Applied Science Policy
Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers); and
• Liquor board licence inspectors (G623, By-Law Enforcement and Other Regulatory Officers, n.e.c.).
Example titles
• Environmental health officer
• Hazardous waste inspector
• Health and safety officer
• Health standards inspector
• Occupational health and safety officer
• Pollution control inspector
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C164 Construction Inspectors
Construction inspectors inspect the construction and maintenance of new and existing buildings, bridges,
highways and industrial construction to ensure that specifications and building codes are observed
and monitor work site safety. They are employed by federal, provincial and municipal governments,
construction companies, architectural and civil engineering consulting firms or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Persons who enforce provincial or municipal by-laws at construction sites (G623, By-Law
Enforcement and Other Regulatory Officers, n.e.c.).
Example titles
• Bridge inspector
• Building construction inspector
• Construction inspector
• Highway construction inspector
• Home inspector
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Mine inspector, construction
Plumbing inspector
Pre-stressed concrete inspector
Safety officer - construction
C17 Transportation Officers and Controllers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating aircraft and ships, and controlling
air, marine and rail traffic.
C171 Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors
Pilots fly fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to provide air transportation and other services. Flight
engineers (second officers) monitor the functioning of aircraft during flight and may assist in flying aircraft.
Flying instructors teach flying techniques and procedures to student and licensed pilots. Air pilots, flight
engineers and flight instructors are employed by airline and air freight companies, flying schools and by
other public and private sector aircraft operators.
Exclusion
• Military pilot (A353, Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces).
Example titles
• Air pilot
• Captain - air transport
• Check pilot
• Chief flying instructor
• Chief pilot
• Co-pilot
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Flying instructor
Helicopter pilot
Pilot instructor
Second officer - air transport
Test pilot
C172 Air Traffic Control and Related Occupations
Air traffic controllers direct air traffic within assigned airspace, and control moving aircraft and service
vehicles at airports. Flight dispatchers authorize airline flights over assigned routes. Flight service specialists
provide pilots with flight information essential to aviation safety. Air traffic controllers and flight service
specialists are employed by NAV Canada and the armed forces. Flight dispatchers are employed by airline
and air services companies and by the armed forces.
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• Enroute air traffic controller
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• Flight service specialist (FSS)
• Terminal air traffic controller
C173 Deck Officers, Water Transport
Deck officers, water transport, operate ships or self-propelled vessels to transport passengers and cargo
on oceans and coastal and inland waters, and supervise and co-ordinate the activities of deck crews. This
unit group also includes Canadian Coast Guard deck officers. They are employed by marine transportation
companies and federal government departments.
Exclusions
• Maritime surface and sub-surface officer - military (A353, Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces);
• Engineer officers (C174, Engineer Officers, Water Transport); and
• Small boat officers (H736, Boat Operators).
Example titles
• Deck officer
• Ferryboat master
• First mate, ship
• Master mariner
• Navigation officer, Coast Guard vessel
• Second mate, ship
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Ship’s captain
Ship’s mate
Third mate, ship
Tugboat captain
Watchkeeping officer, Coast Guard vessel
C174 Engineer Officers, Water Transport
Engineer officers, water transport, operate and maintain main engines, machinery and auxiliary equipment
aboard ships and other self-propelled vessels and supervise and co-ordinate the activities of engine room
crews. They are employed by marine transportation companies and federal government departments.
Exclusions
• Marine engineer officer - military (A353, Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces); and
• Shore-based marine engineers who design and install or overhaul ships’ machinery and equipment
(C032, Mechanical Engineers).
Example titles
• Chief engineer - water transport
• Engineer officer - water transport
• Fourth engineer
• Marine engineer officer
• Second engineer
• Third engineer
• Tugboat engineer
C175 Railway Traffic Controllers and Marine Traffic Regulators
Railway traffic controllers co-ordinate passenger and freight train traffic on railways. They are employed by
rail transport companies. Marine traffic regulators monitor and regulate coastal and inland marine traffic
within assigned waterways. They are employed by port, harbour, canal and lock authorities and by the
Canadian Coast Guard.
Exclusion
• Subway traffic controllers and light rail urban transportation controllers (H022, Supervisors, Motor
Transport and Other Ground Transit Operators).
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Example titles
• Chief rail traffic controller
• Marine traffic regulator
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• Rail traffic controller
• Train operator
C18 Technical Occupations in Computer and Information Systems
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating local and wide area networks,
maintaining Internet and Intranet Web sites, testing software applications and information systems and
providing support to computer users.
C181 Computer Network Technicians
Computer network technicians establish, operate, maintain, and co-ordinate the use of local and wide area
networks (LANs and WANs), mainframe networks, hardware, software and related computer equipment.
They set up and maintain Internet and Intranet Web sites and Web-server hardware and software,
and monitor and optimize network connectivity and performance. They are employed in information
technology units throughout the private and public sectors. Supervisors of computer network technicians
are included in this group.
Exclusions
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers);
• Web designers (C075, Web Designers and Developers);
• User support technicians (C182, User Support Technicians); and
• System testers (C183, Systems Testing Technicians).
Example titles
• Computer network technician
• Computer network technician supervisor
• Data centre operator
• Internet Web site technician
• LAN (local area network) administrator
• LAN (local area network) technician
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Network support technician
Supervisor, computer network technician
System administrator
Web technician
C182 User Support Technicians
Technicians in this group provide first-line technical support to computer users experiencing difficulties
with computer hardware and with computer applications and communications software. They are
employed by computer hardware manufacturers and retailers, software developers, in call centres and in
information technology units throughout the private and public sectors. Technicians in this group are also
employed by independent technical support companies or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers);
• Web technicians (C181, Computer Network Technicians); and
• System testers (C183, Systems Testing Technicians).
Example titles
• Call centre agent - technical support
• Client support representative - systems
• Computer help desk representative systems
• Computer help desk supervisor
• Hardware installation technician
• Hardware technical support analyst
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Software technical support analyst
Systems support representative
Technical support analyst - systems
Technical support supervisor
User support technician
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C183 Systems Testing Technicians
Systems testing technicians execute test plans to evaluate the performance of software applications
and information and telecommunications systems. They are employed in information technology units
throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusions
• Computer software engineers (C073, Software Engineers and Designers);
• Computer programmers (C074, Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers);
• Web technicians (C181, Computer Network Technicians); and
• User support technicians (C182, User Support Technicians).
Example titles
• Application tester
• Application testing technician
• Software test co-ordinator
• Software tester
• Systems tester
• Systems testing technician
• User acceptance tester
D – Health Occupations
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with providing health care
services directly to patients and providing support to health care delivery.
D0 Professional Occupations in Health
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with diagnosing and treating health problems
in humans and animals and with providing related services such as pharmacy, nutrition, speech therapy,
physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Occupations concerned with professional nursing care are
classified in Major Group D1 - Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses.
D01 Physicians, Dentists and Veterinarians
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with diagnosing and treating health problems in
humans or animals.
D011 Specialist Physicians
This unit group includes specialist physicians in clinical medicine, in laboratory medicine and in surgery.
Specialists in clinical medicine diagnose and treat diseases and physiological or psychiatric disorders and
act as consultants to other physicians. Specialists in laboratory medicine study the nature, cause and
development of diseases in humans. Specialists in surgery perform and supervise surgical procedures.
Specialists in clinical medicine usually work in private practice or in a hospital while those in laboratory
medicine and in surgery usually work in hospitals. Residents in training to become specialist physicians are
included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Medical directors (A321, Managers in Health Care);
• Family physicians and family doctors (D012, General Practitioners and Family Physicians);
• Dental surgeons (D013, Dentists);
• Chiropractors (D022, Chiropractors);
• Osteopathic surgeons and naturopathic physicians (D023, Other Professional Occupations in Health
Diagnosing and Treating); and
• Homeopathic practitioners (D232, Midwives and Practitioners of Natural Healing).
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Example titles
• Anatomical pathologist
• Anesthetist
• Cardiac surgeon
• Cardiologist
• Clinical immunologist-allergist
• Dermatologist
• Diagnostic radiologist
• Emergency physician
• Endocrinologist
• Gastroenterologist
• General pathologist
• General surgeon
• Geriatrician
• Hematologist
• Hematopathologist
• Medical biochemist - medicine
• Medical microbiologist
• Nephrologist
• Neurologist
• Neuropathologist
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Obstetrician-gynecologist
Oncologist
Ophthalmologist
Orthopedic surgeon
Orthopedist
Otolaryngologist
Otorhinolaryngologist
Pediatric surgeon
Pediatrician
Physiatrist
Plastic surgeon
Pneumologist
Psychiatrist
Radiation oncologist
Respirologist
Rheumatologist
Thoracic surgeon
Urologist
Vascular surgeon
D012 General Practitioners and Family Physicians
General practitioners and family physicians diagnose and treat the diseases, physiological disorders and
injuries of patients. They provide primary contact and continuous care toward the management of patients’
health. They usually work in private practice, including group or team practices, hospitals and clinics.
Residents in training to be general practitioners and family physicians are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Medical doctors specializing in a particular field of medicine (D011, Specialist Physicians);
• Chiropractors (D022, Chiropractors);
• Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating such as podiatrists, chiropodists,
naturopathic and osteopathic physicians (D023, Other Professional Occupations in Health
Diagnosing and Treating); and
• Occupations in medicine and health such as acupuncturists, homeopathic practitioners, herbalists
and rolfers (D232, Midwives and Practitioners of Natural Healing).
Example titles
• Family physician
• General practitioner (GP)
• Medical doctor
• Resident, general practice
D013 Dentists
Dentists diagnose, treat, prevent and control disorders of the teeth and mouth. They work in private practice
or may be employed in hospitals, clinics, public health facilities or universities.
Exclusions
• Denturists (D221, Denturists);
• Dental hygienists and dental therapists (D222, Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists);
• Dental technicians (D223, Dental Technologists, Technicians and Laboratory Bench Workers); and
• Dental assistants (D311, Dental Assistants).
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• Dentist
• Endodontist
• Oral and maxillofacial surgeon
• Oral pathologist
• Oral radiologist
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Pediatric dentist
Periodontist
Prosthodontist
Public health dentist
D014 Veterinarians
Veterinarians prevent, diagnose and treat diseases and disorders in animals and advise clients on the
feeding, hygiene, housing and general care of animals. Veterinarians work in private practice or may be
employed by animal clinics and laboratories, government or industry.
Exclusion
• Veterinary and animal care technicians (D213, Veterinary and Animal Health Technologists and
Technicians).
Example titles
• Small animal veterinary specialist
• Veterinarian
• Veterinary inspector
• Veterinary pathologist
• Veterinary physiologist
• Zoo veterinarian
D02 Optometrists, Chiropractors and Other Health Diagnosing and Treating
Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with professional diagnosing and treating not
elsewhere classified such as optometry and chiropractic.
D021 Optometrists
Optometrists examine eyes, prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses and recommend treatments
such as exercises to correct vision problems or ocular disorders. They work in private practice, clinics and
community health centres.
Exclusions
• Ophthalmologists (D011, Specialist Physicians);
• Ophthalmic dispensers and opticians (D231, Opticians); and
• Orthoptist and ophthalmological technicians (D235, Other Technical Occupations in Therapy and
Assessment).
Example titles
• Doctor of optometry
• Optometrist
D022 Chiropractors
Chiropractors diagnose and treat patients’ neuromuscular-skeletal disorders of the spine and other body
joints by adjusting the spinal column or through other corrective manipulation. Chiropractors are usually
in private practice or in clinics with other health practitioners.
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• Chiropractic doctor
• Chiropractor
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• Doctor of chiropractic
D023 Other Professional Occupations in Health Diagnosing and Treating
This unit group includes health professionals who diagnose and treat the diseases and injuries of patients
and who are not elsewhere classified. This includes doctors of podiatric medicine, chiropodists and
podiatrists, naturopaths, orthoptists and osteopaths. They work in private practices, clinics and hospitals.
Exclusions
• Non-professional diagnosing and treating occupations such as acupuncturists, herbalists, rolfers, or
shiatsu therapists (D232, Midwives and Practitioners of Natural Healing); and
• Instructors working in educational institutions (E1, Teachers and Professors).
Example titles
• Chiropodist
• Doctor of osteopathy
• Doctor of podiatric medicine (D.P.M.)
• Foot specialist
• Naturopath
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Orthoptist
Osteopath
Osteopathic physician
Podiatrist
D03 Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with professional health services such as
pharmacy and nutrition.
D031 Pharmacists
Community pharmacists and hospital pharmacists compound and dispense prescribed pharmaceuticals
and provide consultative services to both clients and health care providers. They are employed in
community and hospital pharmacies, or they may be self-employed. Industrial pharmacists participate in
the research, development, promotion and manufacture of pharmaceutical products. They are employed in
pharmaceutical companies and government departments and agencies.
Exclusions
• Managers of a pharmacy or pharmacy department in a retail outlet (A211, Retail Trade Managers);
• Pharmacological chemists (C012, Chemists);
• Pharmacologists and toxicologists (C021, Biologists and Related Scientists);
• Clinical pharmacologists (D011, Specialist Physicians); and
• Pharmacy assistants (D313, Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services).
Example titles
• Clinical pharmacist
• Community pharmacist
• Druggist
• Hospital pharmacist
• Industrial pharmacist
• Pharmacist
• Retail pharmacist
D032 Dietitians and Nutritionists
Dietitians and nutritionists plan, implement and oversee nutrition and food service programs. They are
employed in a variety of settings including hospitals, extended care facilities, public health centres, the
food and beverage industry, the pharmaceutical industry, educational institutions, sports organizations and
government, or may work as private consultants.
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Exclusions
• Dietary technicians (D219, Other Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health));
• Food service supervisors (G012, Food Service Supervisors); and
• Dietary aides and assistants (G961, Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related
Occupations).
Example titles
• Administrative dietitian
• Clinical dietitian
• Community nutritionist
• Consultant dietitian
• Dietitian
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Nutritionist
Public health dietitian
Registered dietitian (RD)
Registered nutritionist
D04 Therapy and Assessment Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with assessing and providing therapy for speech
problems, and physical or mental rehabilitation.
D041 Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
Audiologists and speech-language pathologists diagnose, evaluate and treat human communication
disorders including hearing, speech, language and voice disorders. Audiologists and speech-language
pathologists are employed in hospitals, community and public health centres, extended care facilities, day
clinics, rehabilitation centres and educational institutions, or may work in private practice.
Exclusion
• Technicians and other assistants to audiologists and speech-language pathologists (D235, Other
Technical Occupations in Therapy and Assessment).
Example titles
• Audiologist
• Certified audiologist
• Clinical audiologist
• Educational audiologist
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Speech therapist
Speech-language clinician
Speech-language pathologist
D042 Physiotherapists
Physiotherapists assess patients and plan and carry out individually designed treatment programs to
maintain, improve or restore physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent physical dysfunction in
patients. Physiotherapists are employed in hospitals, clinics, industry, sports organizations, rehabilitation
centres and extended care facilities, or they may work in private practice.
Exclusion
• Technicians giving technical assistance to physiotherapists (D235, Other Technical Occupations in
Therapy and Assessment).
Example titles
• Physical therapist
• Physiotherapist
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D043 Occupational Therapists
Occupational therapists develop individual and group programs with people affected by illness, injury,
developmental disorders, emotional or psychological problems and ageing to maintain, restore or increase
their ability to care for themselves and to engage in work, school or leisure. They also develop and
implement health promotion programs with individuals, community groups and employers. They are
employed in health care facilities, in schools, and by private and social services agencies, or they may be
self-employed.
Example titles
• Clinical occupational therapist
• Community occupational therapist
• Occupational therapist (OT)
• Occupational therapist, case manager
• Occupational therapist rehabilitation
consultant
• Occupational therapist, research and
development
D044 Other Professional Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
This unit group includes specialized therapists not elsewhere classified who use techniques such as art,
athletic, dance, music or recreational therapy or remedial gymnastics to aid in the treatment of mental and
physical disabilities. They are employed by establishments such as hospitals, rehabilitation centres, clinics,
recreational centres, nursing homes, educational institutions, prisons and day-care facilities or may work in
private practice.
Example titles
• Art therapist
• Art therapy consultant
• Athletic therapist
• Dance-movement therapy researcher
• Drama therapist
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Music therapist
Music therapy researcher
Recreational therapist
Remedial gymnast
D1 Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing direct nursing care.
D11 Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing direct nursing care.
D111 Head Nurses and Supervisors
Head nurses and supervisors supervise and co-ordinate the activities of registered nurses, licensed practical
nurses and other nursing personnel in the provision of patient care. They are employed in health care
institutions such as hospitals, clinics and nursing homes and in nursing agencies.
Exclusions
• Directors of nursing (A321, Managers in Health Care); and
• Charge nurses (D112, Registered Nurses).
Example titles
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• Psychiatric nursing supervisor
• Public health nursing supervisor
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D112 Registered Nurses
This unit group includes registered nurses, nurse practitioners, registered psychiatric nurses and graduates
of a nursing program who are awaiting registration (graduate nurses). They provide direct nursing care
to patients, deliver health education programs and provide consultative services regarding issues relevant
to the practice of nursing. They are employed in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes,
extended care facilities, rehabilitation centres, doctors’ offices, clinics, community agencies, companies and
private homes, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Head nurses and nurse supervisors (D111, Head Nurses and Supervisors); and
• Licensed practical nurses and registered nursing assistants (D233, Licensed Practical Nurses).
Example titles
• Clinical nurse
• Community health nurse
• Critical care nurse
• Graduate nurse
• Intensive care nurse
• Nurse researcher
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Nursing researcher
Occupational health nurse
Private duty nurse
Registered nurse (R.N.)
Registered psychiatric nurse (R.P.N.)
D2 Technical and Related Occupations in Health
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to professionals
in medicine and health. Technologists and technicians that are supervisors are included in this major group.
D21 Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health)
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to physicians
and veterinarians.
D211 Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants
Medical laboratory technologists conduct medical laboratory tests, experiments and analyses to assist
in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. They are employed in medical laboratories in
hospitals, private clinics, research institutions and universities. Pathologists’ assistants assist at autopsies
and examinations of surgical specimens or perform autopsies under a pathologist’s supervision. They are
usually employed in hospitals. Medical laboratory technologists who are also supervisors are included in
this unit group.
Exclusions
• Applied chemical technologists not employed in medical laboratories (C111, Chemical Technologists
and Technicians);
• Biological technologists not employed in medical laboratories (C121, Biological Technologists and
Technicians); and
• Medical laboratory technicians (D212, Medical Laboratory Technicians).
Example titles
• Clinical immunology technologist
• Cytogenetics technologist - medical
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• Histology technologist
• Immunohematology technologist
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D212 Medical Laboratory Technicians
Medical laboratory technicians conduct routine medical laboratory tests and set up, clean and maintain
medical laboratory equipment. They are employed in medical laboratories in hospitals, clinics, research
institutes and universities and in government research laboratories.
Exclusions
• Applied chemical technicians not employed in medical laboratories (C111, Chemical Technologists
and Technicians);
• Biological technicians not employed in medical laboratories (C121, Biological Technologists and
Technicians); and
• Medical laboratory technologists (D211, Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’
Assistants).
Example titles
• Medical laboratory aide
• Medical laboratory assistant
• Medical laboratory technician
• Phlebotomist
• Phlebotomy aide
D213 Veterinary and Animal Health Technologists and Technicians
Veterinary and animal health technologists and technicians provide technical support to veterinarians
by caring for animals and assisting in the diagnosis and treatment of animal health disorders. They are
employed in veterinary clinics, animal hospitals, animal shelters, humane societies, zoos, animal research
laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and government.
Exclusion
• Veterinary assistants and other animal care workers (G923, Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers).
Example titles
• Animal health technologist
• Laboratory animal technician
• Veterinarian assistant
• Veterinary technician
• Veterinary technologist
D214 Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary
Technologists
Respiratory therapists assist physicians in the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with respiratory
and cardiopulmonary disorders. They are employed in hospitals, medical clinics, health units, extended
care facilities, public health centres and respiratory home care companies. Clinical perfusionists provide
technical support to patients undergoing cardiac surgery and patients requiring cardio-respiratory support.
Cardiopulmonary technologists assist physicians in the technical aspects of diagnosis and treatment
of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease. Clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists are
primarily employed in hospitals. Supervisors and instructors of respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists
and cardiopulmonary technologists are included in this unit group.
Example titles
• Cardiopulmonary technologist
• Cardiovascular perfusion supervisor
• Cardiovascular perfusionist
• Certified clinical perfusionist (CCP)
• Chief respiratory technologist
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D215 Medical Radiation Technologists
This unit group includes technologists who operate radiographic and radiation therapy equipment to
administer radiation treatment and produce images of body structures for the diagnosis and treatment
of injury and disease. They are employed in hospitals, cancer treatment centres, clinics and radiological
laboratories. Medical radiation technologists who are supervisors or instructors are included in this unit
group.
Example titles
• Clinical instructor, radiation therapy
• Mammography technician
• Nuclear medicine clinical instructor
• Nuclear medicine technologist
• Radiation oncology technologist
• Radiation therapist
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Radiological technologist
Radiotherapy technician
Supervisor, nuclear medicine technologists
X-ray (radiology) technician
D216 Medical Sonographers
Medical sonographers operate ultrasound equipment to produce and record images of various parts of the
body to aid physicians in monitoring pregnancies and in diagnosing cardiac, ophthalmic, vascular and other
medical disorders. They are employed in clinics and hospitals. Medical sonographers who are supervisors
or instructors are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Medical laboratory technologists (D211, Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’
Assistants);
• Medical laboratory technicians (D212, Medical Laboratory Technicians);
• Radiography, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy technologists (D215, Medical Radiation
Technologists);
• Cardiology technologists (D217, Cardiology Technologists); and
• Electroencephalographic, electromyography, vascular and other technologists who operate
computerized and electronic equipment to aid in the diagnosis of disease (D218,
Electroencephalographic and Other Diagnostic Technologists, n.e.c.).
Example titles
• Diagnostic medical sonography instructor
• Medical sonographer
• Medical sonographers supervisor
• Registered diagnostic medical sonographer
(RDMS)
• Ultrasound technologist
D217 Cardiology Technologists
Cardiology technologists operate electrocardiogram and other electronic equipment to record cardiac
activity of patients to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. They are employed in hospitals
and clinics. Cardiology technologists who are supervisors or instructors are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Medical laboratory technologists (D211, Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’
Assistants);
• Radiography, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy technologists (D215, Medical Radiation
Technologists);
• Medical sonographers (D216, Medical Sonographers); and
• Electroencephalographic, electromyography, vascular and other technologists who operate
computerized and electronic equipment to aid in the diagnosis of disease (D218,
Electroencephalographic and Other Diagnostic Technologists, n.e.c.).
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Example titles
• Cardiac stress technologist
• Cardiology supervisor
• Cardiology technologist
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• Electrocardiographic (ECG) technologist
• Electrocardiography technologist
D218 Electroencephalographic and Other Diagnostic Technologists, n.e.c.
This unit group includes other diagnostic technologists not elsewhere classified who operate
electroencephalographic and other diagnostic equipment to assist physicians in diagnosing diseases,
injuries and abnormalities. Electroencephalographic and other diagnostic technologists who are supervisors
or instructors are included in this unit group. They are employed in clinics, hospitals and medical
laboratories.
Exclusions
• Medical laboratory technologists (D211, Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’
Assistants);
• Radiography, nuclear medicine or radiation therapy technologists (D215, Medical Radiation
Technologists);
• Medical Sonographers (D216, Medical Sonographers); and
• Cardiology technologists (D217, Cardiology Technologists).
Example titles
• Electroencephalograph (EEG) technologist
• Electromyography (EMG) technologist
• Electroneurodiagnostic (END) technologist
• Electroneurophysiology (ENP) technologist
• Evoked potential (EP) technologist
• Neuroelectrophysiology technologist
D219 Other Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health)
This unit group includes medical technologists and technicians not elsewhere classified, such as dietary
technicians, ocularists, prosthetists, orthotists, prosthetic technicians and orthotic technicians. Dietary
technicians are employed in health care and commercial food service establishments such as hospitals,
extended care facilities, nursing homes, schools, cafeterias and fast food outlets. Ocularists are employed in
custom ocular prosthetic laboratories, or they may be self-employed. Prosthetists, orthotists and prosthetic
and orthotic technicians are employed in hospitals, clinics, prosthetics and orthotics laboratories, and
prosthetic device manufacturing companies. Prosthetists and orthotists may also be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Dietary aides and assistants (G961, Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related
Occupations).
Example titles
• Dietary technician
• Food and nutrition technician - dietetics
• Ocularist
• Ocularist technician
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Orthotic technician
Orthotist
Prosthetic technician
Prosthetist
D22 Technical Occupations in Dental Health Care
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to dentists in
the treatment of diseases and disorders of the teeth, cleaning teeth and manufacturing dentures.
D221 Denturists
Denturists examine patients and design, construct and repair removable dentures. Most denturists work in
private practice.
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Exclusions
• Dentists (D013, Dentists); and
• Persons who fabricate dentures in dental laboratories (D223, Dental Technologists, Technicians and
Laboratory Bench Workers).
Example titles
• Dental mechanic
• Denturist
• Denturologist
D222 Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists
Dental hygienists provide dental hygiene treatment and information related to the prevention of diseases
and disorders of the teeth and mouth. They are employed in dentists’ offices, hospitals, clinics, educational
institutions, government agencies and private industry. Dental therapists carry out limited dental services
related to the prevention and treatment of diseases and disorders of the teeth and mouth. They are
employed by the federal government and the provincial governments to provide services in rural and
remote communities.
Exclusions
• Dentists (D013, Dentists); and
• Persons who perform clerical duties and assist dentists in dental offices (D311, Dental Assistants).
Example titles
• Dental hygienist
• Dental nurse
• Dental therapist
D223 Dental Technologists, Technicians and Laboratory Bench Workers
Dental technologists and technicians design, prepare and fabricate dentures and dental devices as
prescribed by dentists and other specialists. Dental laboratory bench workers assist dental technologists
and technicians in preparing and fabricating dentures and other dental devices. They are employed in dental
laboratories. Supervisors of dental technologists and technicians are also included in this unit group.
Exclusion
• Persons who fit patients for dentures and contruct dentures in their own practices (D221, Denturists).
Example titles
• Ceramic denture moulder
• Dental laboratory bench worker
• Dental technician
• Dental technician supervisor
• Dental technologist
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Denture finisher
Denture wax pattern former
Orthodontic band maker
Registered dental technician
Registered dental technologist
D23 Other Technical Occupations in Health Care (Except Dental)
Occupations in this minor group are those, not elsewhere classified, primarily concerned with providing
technical support to nurses, optometrists and health therapists as well as those concerned with providing
emergency medical care prior to professional medical care.
D231 Opticians
Opticians fit clients with prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses, assist clients in the selection of eyeglass
frames, arrange for the production of eyeglasses or contact lenses and mount lenses in eyeglass frames.
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They are employed in optical retail outlets or other establishments with optical dispensing departments, or
they may be self-employed. Student opticians and opticians who are managers of optical retail outlets are
included in this group.
Exclusions
• Managers of optical dispensing departments or of optical retail outlets (A211, Retail Trade Managers);
• Optometrists examine eyes, prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses in addition to fitting eyeglasses
(D021, Optometrists); and
• Optical laboratory technicians (D313, Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services).
Example titles
• Contact lens fitter
• Contact lens technician
• Dispensing optician
• Ophthalmic dispenser
• Optician
D232 Midwives and Practitioners of Natural Healing
Midwives are primary care providers who provide full-course care to women and their babies during
pregnancy, labour, birth and the post-natal period. They are employed in hospitals, birthing centres and
private practice. Practitioners of natural healing provide alternative forms of health care to patients. They
are employed by clinics, health clubs, spas or health food stores, or they may work in private practice.
Example titles
• Acupuncturist
• Chinese medical practitioner
• Herbalist
• Herborist
• Homeopath
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Homeopathist
Midwife
Reflexologist
Rolfer
D233 Licensed Practical Nurses
Licensed practical nurses provide nursing care usually under the direction of medical practitioners,
registered nurses or other health team members. They are employed in hospitals, nursing homes, extended
care facilities, rehabilitation centres, doctors’ offices, clinics, companies, private homes and community
health centres. Operating room technicians are included in this unit group.
Exclusion
• Nursing aides and orderlies, and ward aides (D312, Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service
Associates).
Example titles
• Certified nursing assistant (CNA)
• Licensed nursing assistant
• Licensed practical nurse (L.P.N.)
• Operating room technician
• Registered nursing assistant (R.N.A.)
• Registered practical nurse (R.P.N.)
D234 Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations
This unit group includes workers who administer pre-hospital emergency medical care to patients
with injuries or medical illnesses and transport them to hospitals or other medical facilities for further
medical care. They are employed by private ambulance services, hospitals, fire departments, government
departments and agencies, manufacturing firms, mining companies and other private sector establishments.
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Example titles
• Advanced care paramedic
• Ambulance attendant
• Critical care paramedic
• Emergency medical attendant (EMA)
• Emergency medical care assistant
• Emergency medical responder
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• Emergency medical technician, paramedic
(EMT - P)
• Emergency medical technologist, paramedic
• Paramedic
• Primary care paramedic
• Supervisor, ambulance services
D235 Other Technical Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
This unit group includes workers, not elsewhere classified, who perform various technical therapy and
assessment functions. Some may assist professionals such as audiologists, speech-language pathologists,
ophthalmologists and physiotherapists. They are employed in hospitals, clinics, extended care facilities,
rehabilitation centres, educational institutions and in the private practices of the professionals they assist.
Massage therapists may also be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Naturopathic and osteopathic physicians (D023, Other Professional Occupations in Health
Diagnosing and Treating); and
• Faith healers and religious healers (E216, Other Religious Occupations).
Example titles
• Audio prosthetist
• Audiology technician
• Audiometric assistant
• Audiometric technician
• Hearing aid consultant
• Massage therapist (MT)
• Ophthalmic assistant
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Ophthalmic technician
Ophthalmic technologist
Physical rehabilitation technician
Physiotherapy technician
Speech technician
Speech therapist aide
Speech therapy aide
D3 Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to medical
professional workers.
D31 Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to pathologists,
surgeons, pharmacists, dentists and nurses.
D311 Dental Assistants
Dental assistants assist dentists during the examination and treatment of patients and perform clerical
functions. Dental assistants work primarily in dentists’ offices, or they may be employed by government
and educational institutions.
Exclusions
• Dental hygienists (D222, Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists); and
• Dental technicians (D223, Dental Technologists, Technicians and Laboratory Bench Workers).
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Example titles
• Certified dental assistant
• Certified intra-oral dental assistant
• Dental assistant
• Registered dental assistant
D312 Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates
Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates assist nurses, hospital staff and physicians in the basic
care of patients. They are employed in hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities.
Exclusions
• Registered nursing assistants (D233, Licensed Practical Nurses); and
• Visiting homemakers and housekeepers (G811, Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related
Occupations).
Example titles
• Health care aide
• Hospital attendant
• Long term care aide
• Nurse aide
• Nursing attendant
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Orderly
Patient care aide
Patient service associate
Psychiatric aide
D313 Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
This unit group includes workers who provide services and assistance to health care professionals and other
health care staff. They are employed in hospitals, medical clinics, offices of health care professionals, nursing
homes, optical retail stores and laboratories, pharmacies and medical pathology laboratories.
Exclusions
• Pathologists’ assistants (D211, Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants); and
• Operating room technicians (D233, Licensed Practical Nurses).
Example titles
• Autopsy assistant
• Blood donor clinic assistant
• Cast room technician
• Central supply aide
• Chiropractic assistant
• Clinical laboratory helper
• Lens grinder, ophthalmic
• Morgue attendant
• Occupational therapy assistant
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Ophthalmic laboratory technician - retail
Optical laboratory assistant
Optometrist assistant
Orthopedic technologist
Pharmacy assistant
Physiotherapy assistant
Rehabilitation assistant
Therapy assistant
E – Occupations in Social Science, Education, Government Service and
Religion
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with law, teaching, counselling,
conducting social science research, providing religious services, and developing and administering
government policies and programs.
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E0 Judges, Lawyers, Psychologists, Social Workers, Ministers of Religion, and Policy
and Program Officers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with the functioning of human society as it relates
to law, psychology, social work, religion and economics.
E01 Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with the administration of justice, giving legal
advice, prosecuting and defending people in courts of law, and drawing up legal documents.
E011 Judges
Judges adjudicate civil and criminal cases and administer justice in courts of law. Judges preside over federal
and provincial courts.
Exclusions
• Administrative tribunal judges (A331, Government Managers - Health and Social Policy
Development and Program Administration);
• Labour adjudicators (B021, Specialists in Human Resources);
• Citizenship court judges and justices of the peace (B317, Court Officers and Justices of the Peace); and
• All other adjudicators (B318, Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue Officers).
Example titles
• Chief justice
• County court judge
• Court of Queen’s Bench justice
• District court judge
• Family court judge
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Federal trial court justice
Provincial court of appeal justice
Small claims court judge
Superior court justice
Supreme Court justice
E012 Lawyers and Quebec Notaries
Lawyers and Quebec notaries advise clients on legal matters, represent clients before administration boards
and draw up legal documents such as contracts and wills. Lawyers also plead cases, represent clients before
tribunals and conduct prosecutions in courts of law. Lawyers are employed in law firms and prosecutor’s
offices. Quebec notaries are employed in notary offices. Both lawyers and Quebec notaries are employed
by federal, provincial and municipal governments and various business establishments or they may be
self-employed. Articling students are included in this group.
Exclusion
• Notaries public in provinces other than Quebec (E211, Paralegal and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Attorney
• Barrister
• Corporate counsel
• Crown attorney
• Crown prosecutor
• General counsel
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Lawyer
Legal advisor
Notary (Quebec)
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E02 Psychologists, Social Workers, Counsellors, Clergy and Probation Officers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with studying human behaviour, diagnosing
and treating emotional disorders, determining social assistance needs, resolving problems in interpersonal
relationships and providing counselling to individuals with difficulties in social situations.
E021 Psychologists
Psychologists assess and diagnose behavioural, emotional and cognitive disorders, counsel clients, provide
therapy and research and apply theory relating to behaviour and mental processes. Psychologists help
clients work toward the maintenance and enhancement of physical, intellectual, emotional, social and
interpersonal functioning. Psychologists work in private practice or in institutions such as clinics,
correctional facilities, hospitals, mental health facilities, rehabilitation centres, community service
organizations, businesses, schools and universities, and government and private research agencies.
Exclusions
• Psychiatrists (D011, Specialist Physicians);
• Social workers (E022, Social Workers);
• Counsellors in family guidance and related matters, who are not psychologists (E023, Family,
Marriage and Other Related Counsellors);
• Psychometrists and psychometricians (E038, Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c.);
and
• Psychology research assistants in post-secondary institutions (E112, Post-Secondary Teaching and
Research Assistants).
Example titles
• Clinical psychologist
• Experimental psychologist
• Psychological associate
• Psychologist
• Research psychologist
E022 Social Workers
Social workers help individuals, couples, families, groups, communities and organizations develop the
skills and resources they need to enhance social functioning and provide counselling, therapy and referral
to other supportive social services. Social workers also respond to other social needs and issues such as
unemployment, racism and poverty. They are employed by hospitals, school boards, social service agencies,
child welfare organizations, correctional facilities, community agencies, employee assistance programs and
Aboriginal band councils, or they may work in private practice.
Exclusions
• Marriage, family and special needs counsellors (E023, Family, Marriage and Other Related
Counsellors); and
• Social service workers (E212, Community and Social Service Workers).
Example titles
• Co-ordinator of social work
• Medical social worker
• Psychiatric social worker
• Social work supervisor
• Social worker
E023 Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors
Family, marriage and other related counsellors assist individuals and groups of clients to identify,
understand and overcome personal problems and achieve personal objectives. They are employed by
counselling centres, social service agencies, group homes, government agencies, family therapy centres,
and health care and rehabilitation facilities, or they may work in private practice.
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Exclusions
• Counselling psychologists (E021, Psychologists);
• Social workers (E022, Social Workers);
• School and guidance counsellors (E133, Educational Counsellors); and
• Employment counsellors (E213, Employment Counsellors).
Example titles
• Addictions counsellor
• Bereavement counsellor
• Child and youth counsellor
• Family counsellor
• Marriage counsellor
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Registered clinical counsellor
Registered marriage and family therapist
Rehabilitation counsellor
Sex therapist
Vocational rehabilitation counsellor
E024 Ministers of Religion
Ministers of religion conduct religious services, administer the rites of a religious faith or denomination,
provide spiritual and moral guidance and perform other functions associated with the practice of a religion.
Ministers of religion perform these duties in churches, synagogues, temples or other places of worship. They
may also work in other institutions such as schools, hospitals and prisons.
Exclusions
• Ministers of religion performing lay duties are classified according to their lay duties; and
• Nuns and brothers, deacons, cantors and similar religious occupations (E216, Other Religious
Occupations).
Example titles
• Archbishop
• Bishop
• Cardinal
• Chancellor
• Chaplain
• Evangelist
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Granthi
Imam
Minister
Moderator
Pastor
Priest
Rabbi
E025 Probation and Parole Officers and Related Occupations
Probation officers monitor the conduct and behaviour of criminal offenders serving probation terms.
Parole officers monitor the reintegration of criminal offenders serving the remainder of sentences while
conditionally released into the community on parole. Classification officers assess inmates and develop
rehabilitation programs for criminal offenders who are incarcerated in correctional facilities. They are
employed by federal and provincial governments and work in the community and in correctional facilities.
Exclusions
• Halfway house workers, group home workers, welfare workers and similar community workers
helping with the rehabilitation of offenders (E212, Community and Social Service Workers); and
• Correctional officers that guard prisoners in correctional institutions (G622, Correctional Service
Officers).
Example titles
• Case manager - corrections
• Classification officer, correctional institution
• Parole officer
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E03 Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with conducting economic research and
developing models to forecast economic conditions, planning, developing and administering policies and
programs in areas such as science, health care, education, recreation and sports, and areas unique to
government.
E031 Natural and Applied Science Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program
Officers
Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers conduct research, prepare
reports, provide consultation and advice and administer programs in a variety of areas related to the
natural and applied sciences. They are employed by federal, provincial and municipal governments,
computer and office furniture manufacturers, educational institutions, research organizations, consulting
firms, environmental and conservation organizations, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Scientists or engineers (C0, Professional Occupations in Natural and Applied Sciences).
Example titles
• Energy policy analyst
• Environmental impact analyst
• Environmental issues lobbyist
• Ergonomist
• Fisheries analyst
• Human factors specialist (except engineer)
• Industrial hygienist
• Natural resources policy analyst
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Occupational hygienist
Patent agent
Program officer, natural and applied sciences
Recycling program co-ordinator
Scientific consultant
Supervisor, environmental program
development
• Transportation program analyst
• Transportation safety analyst
E032 Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts
Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts conduct research, monitor data, analyze
information and prepare reports and plans to resolve economic and business problems and develop models
to analyze, explain and forecast economic behaviour and patterns. They advise on matters such as finance,
fiscal and monetary policy, international trade, agricultural and natural resource commodities and labour
and industrial markets. They are employed by government departments and agencies and throughout the
private sector in associations, unions, research organizations, banks and investment firms.
Exclusions
• Investment and financial analysts (B012, Financial and Investment Analysts); and
• Economic development officers (E033, Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers
and Consultants).
Example titles
• Agricultural economist
• Economic advisor
• Economic analyst
• Economic policy analyst
• Economist
• Economist, natural resources
• Energy economist
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Industrial economist
International trade economist
Investment economist
Labour economist
Tax economist
Trade economist
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E033 Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants
Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants conduct research, formulate
policies and manage programs to stimulate industrial and commercial business investment or tourism in
urban and rural areas or to promote commercial or industrial products and services. They are employed by
government departments, international organizations, marketing firms and business associations or may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Financial analysts (B012, Financial and Investment Analysts);
• Financial planners (B014, Other Financial Officers);
• City planners (C053, Urban and Land Use Planners);
• Economists (E032, Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts); and
• Public relations, and media consultants (F024, Professional Occupations in Public Relations and
Communications).
Example titles
• Business development officer
• Community economic development
consultant
• Economic development officer
• Industrial development officer
• Market researcher
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Marketing analyst
Marketing consultant
Regional development analyst
Tourism development officer
Tourism industry consultant
E034 Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers conduct research, develop policy and
implement or administer programs in areas such as consumer affairs, employment, home economics,
immigration, law enforcement, corrections, human rights, housing, labour, family services, foreign aid
and international development. They are employed by government departments and agencies, industry,
hospitals, educational institutions, consulting establishments, professional associations, research institutes,
non-government organizations and international organizations or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Immigration inspectors (B318, Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue Officers); and
• Social workers (E022, Social Workers).
Example titles
• Aboriginal issues lobbyist
• Child welfare policy analyst
• Community social development officer
• Consumer advisor
• Home economist
• Housing policy analyst
• Human rights officer
• International aid and development project
officer
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Labour policy analyst
Policy analyst, immigration
Policy consultant, employment equity
Program consultant, community policing
Social policy researcher
Social services planner
Social survey researcher (except statistician)
E035 Education Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers conduct research, produce reports and
administer elementary, secondary and post-secondary education policies and programs. They are employed
by government departments, school boards, research institutes, professional associations and educational
and other organizations throughout the public and private sectors, or they may be self-employed.
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Exclusions
• Managers of education programs (A322, Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational
Training; or A323, School Principals and Administrators of Elementary and Secondary Education);
and
• Those developing or delivering educational or training programs for the membership of an
organization, for public education or awareness, or for employment-related training outside the
school system (E121, College and Other Vocational Instructors).
Example titles
• Co-ordinator, special education
• Curriculum developer
• Curriculum planner
• Education consultant
• Education outreach program co-ordinator
• Education policy officer
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Education program co-ordinator
Education program officer
Education researcher
Language assessor
Supervisor, education policy
E036 Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program Supervisors and Consultants
This unit group includes those who oversee and administer recreation, sports and fitness programs
and activities, provide consulting services, conduct research and develop programs and policies related
to recreation, sports and physical fitness. They are employed by federal, provincial and municipal
governments, recreation, sports, fitness and health care facilities, retirement homes, community centres,
sports and fitness consulting firms and organizations, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Directors of recreation and sport services programs (A343, Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program
and Service Directors); and
• Instructors in recreation and sport (F154, Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and
Fitness).
Example titles
• Camp co-ordinator
• Exercise physiologist
• Exercise therapist
• Fitness appraiser
• Fitness consultant
• Fitness supervisor
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Kinesiologist
Recreation consultant
Registered kinesiologist
Sports consultant
Sports policy analyst
Sports program supervisor
E037 Program Officers Unique to Government
Program officers in this unit group are primarily concerned with the administration and operation of
government institutions, such as Parliament, and activities unique to the operations of government, such as
international relations, federal-provincial affairs, elections and tribunals.
Exclusions
• Policy researchers and program officers in the areas of social policy (E034, Social Policy Researchers,
Consultants and Program Officers);
• Policy researchers and program officers in education (E035, Education Policy Researchers,
Consultants and Program Officers); and
• Policy researchers and program officers in the areas of health policy (E039, Health Policy Researchers,
Consultants and Program Officers).
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Example titles
• Attaché
• Elections officer
• Federal-provincial relations officer
• Foreign service officer
• Intergovernmental affairs officer
• Officer, office of the Speaker
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Officer, standing or select committee
Protocol officer
Returning officer
Tribunal officer
E038 Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c.
This unit group includes anthropologists, archaeologists, geographers, historians, linguists, political
scientists, sociologists and other professional occupations in social science not elsewhere classified. They
are employed in universities and throughout the public and private sectors.
Exclusions
• University professors (E111, University Professors); and
• Community college teachers (E121, College and Other Vocational Instructors).
Example titles
• Anthropologist
• Archaeologist
• Geographer
• Gerontologist
• Historian
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Linguist
Political scientist
Psychometrician
Psychometrist
Sociologist
E039 Health Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers conduct research, produce reports and
administer health care policies and programs. They are employed by government departments and
agencies, consulting establishments, universities, research institutes, hospitals, community agencies,
educational institutions, professional associations, non-governmental organizations and international
organizations.
Example titles
• Consultant, drug and alcohol abuse
• Consultant, health care
• Consultant, mental health programs
• Health care planner
• Health promotion program officer
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Planning officer, child health care programs
Policy development officer, nursing homes
Research analyst, health policy
E1 Teachers and Professors
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with teaching.
E11 University Professors and Assistants
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with teaching and assisting in teaching courses at
universities and degree-granting colleges.
E111 University Professors
University professors teach courses to undergraduate and graduate students and conduct research at
universities and degree-granting colleges. University professors who are heads of departments are included
in this unit group.
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Exclusions
• Faculty deans (A322, Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and Vocational Training); and
• Persons assisting university professors in teaching or in other related tasks such as grading
examinations and essays (E112, Post-Secondary Teaching and Research Assistants).
Example titles
• Assistant professor, botany
• Associate professor, linguistics
• Chairperson, food sciences department
• Chairperson, physics department
• Department head, geography
• English professor
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Lecturer - university
Professor of computer science
Professor of medicine
University instructor, engineering
University professor
E112 Post-Secondary Teaching and Research Assistants
Post-secondary teaching and research assistants assist university professors, community college and CEGEP
teachers and other faculty members in teaching and research activities at universities and colleges.
Exclusion
• Secondary school teaching assistants (G812, Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants).
Example titles
• College teaching assistant
• Graduate assistant - university
• Postdoctoral fellow
• Research assistant, university
E12 College and Other Vocational Instructors
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with teaching at community colleges, CEGEP‘s,
agricultural colleges, technical institutes, bible colleges, nurse training hospitals and other vocational
schools. Also included is teaching for public awareness or employment related training outside the school
system.
E121 College and Other Vocational Instructors
This unit group includes instructors who teach applied arts, academic, technical and vocational subjects to
students at community colleges, CEGEPs, agricultural colleges, technical and vocational institutes, language
schools and other college level schools. This unit group also includes trainers who are employed by private
training establishments, companies, community agencies and governments to deliver internal training or
development courses. College teachers who are heads of departments are included in this group.
Exclusion
• Faculty deans of community colleges (A322, Administrators - Post-Secondary Education and
Vocational Training).
Example titles
• CEGEP teacher
• College teacher
• Commercial art instructor
• Community college teacher
• Company trainer
• Computer training instructor
• Department chairperson - college
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Language school instructor
Teacher - institute of technology
Teacher, legal assistant program
Training officer - company
Vocational institute teacher
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E13 Secondary and Elementary School Teachers and Educational Counsellors
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with teaching courses or providing guidance at
secondary and elementary schools.
E131 Secondary School Teachers
Secondary school teachers prepare and teach academic, technical, vocational or specialized subjects at public
and private secondary schools. Secondary school teachers who are heads of departments and high school
librarians are included in this group.
Exclusions
• Principals and vice-principals of secondary schools (A323, School Principals and Administrators of
Elementary and Secondary Education);
• Junior high school, kindergarten and elementary school teachers (E132, Elementary School and
Kindergarten Teachers);
• Teachers of the physically, mentally or learning disabled (E214, Instructors and Teachers of Persons
with Disabilities); and
• Secondary school teachers’ aides and teachers’ assistants (G812, Elementary and Secondary School
Teacher Assistants).
Example titles
• Adult education teacher, secondary school
• Biology teacher, high school
• Commerce teacher, secondary school
• Department head, secondary school
• English as a second language teacher, high
school
• English teacher, secondary school
• French as a second language teacher, high
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History teacher, secondary school
Librarian, high school
Remedial teacher - secondary school
Secondary school teacher
Supply teacher, high school
Trades instructor - secondary school
Vocational teacher, high school
E132 Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers
Elementary school and kindergarten teachers teach basic subjects such as reading, writing and arithmetic
or specialized subjects such as English or French as a second language at public and private elementary
schools. Elementary school librarians are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Principals and vice-principals of elementary schools (A323, School Principals and Administrators of
Elementary and Secondary Education);
• Teachers of the physically, mentally or learning disabled (E214, Instructors and Teachers of Persons
with Disabilities);
• Persons providing care and teaching to pre-kindergarten age children in day-care and similar
facilities (E217, Early Childhood Educators and Assistants); and
• Elementary and secondary school teachers’ aides and teachers’ assistants (G812, Elementary and
Secondary School Teacher Assistants).
Example titles
• Elementary school teacher
• Elementary school teacher, English as a
second language
• Elementary school teacher, French as a
second language
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• Kindergarten teacher
• Librarian, elementary school
• Primary school teacher
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• Remedial teacher - elementary school
• Special education teacher - elementary
school
• Supply teacher - elementary school
E133 Educational Counsellors
Educational counsellors advise current and prospective students on educational issues, career planning and
personal development and co-ordinate the provision of counselling services to students, parents, teachers,
faculty and staff. They are employed by school boards, universities and colleges, technical institutes,
correctional facilities and government agencies.
Exclusion
• Vocational counsellors (E213, Employment Counsellors).
Example titles
• Academic counsellor
• Educational counsellor
• Guidance counsellor
• School counsellor
• Student counsellor
E2 Paralegals, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion,
n.e.c.
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with paralegal services, providing technical
support to social workers, counselling people in career decision making, teaching life skills and providing
support services to religious professionals.
E21 Paralegals, Social Services Workers and Occupations in Education and Religion,
n.e.c.
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with paralegal services, providing technical
support to social workers, counselling people in career decision making, teaching life-skills such as motor
vehicle driving, and providing support services to religious professionals.
E211 Paralegal and Related Occupations
Legal assistants and paralegals prepare legal documents, maintain records and files and conduct research
to assist lawyers or other professionals. Notaries public administer oaths, take affidavits, sign legal
documents and perform other activities according to the limitations of their appointment. Trademark agents
advise clients on intellectual property matters. Independent paralegals provide legal services to the public
as allowed by government legislation, or provide paralegal services on contract to law firms or other
establishments. Legal assistants and paralegals are employed by law firms, by record search companies
and in legal departments throughout the public and private sectors. Independent paralegals are usually
self-employed. Trademark agents are employed by law firms and legal departments throughout the public
and private sectors, trademark development and search firms or they may be self-employed. Notaries public
are employed by government and in the public and private sectors or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Legal secretaries (B212, Legal Secretaries);
• Quebec Notaries (E012, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries); and
• Patent agents (E031, Natural and Applied Science Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program
Officers).
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Example titles
• Commercial law clerk
• Corporate paralegal
• Family law paralegal
• Independent paralegal
• Land titles examiner
• Law clerk
• Legal assistant
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Litigation legal assistant
Notary public
Paralegal
Real estate law clerk
Title searcher
Trademark agent
E212 Community and Social Service Workers
Community and social service workers administer and implement a variety of social assistance programs
and community services, and assist clients to deal with personal and social problems. They are employed by
social service and government agencies, mental health agencies, group homes, school boards, correctional
facilities and other establishments.
Exclusions
• Social workers (E022, Social Workers);
• Persons who provide counselling in personal or family related problems (E023, Family, Marriage and
Other Related Counsellors); and
• Persons who provide social services to parolees (E025, Probation and Parole Officers and Related
Occupations).
Example titles
• Aboriginal outreach worker
• Addictions worker
• Behavioural aide
• Child and youth worker
• Community development worker
• Community service worker
• Crisis intervention worker
• Developmental service worker
• Drop-in centre worker
• Family service worker
• Financial assistance worker
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Income maintenance officer - social services
Life skills instructor
Mental health worker
Rehabilitation worker - social services
Social services worker
Veteran services officer
Welfare and compensation officer
Women’s shelter supervisor
Youth worker
E213 Employment Counsellors
Employment counsellors provide assistance, counsel and information to worker clients on all aspects of
employment search and career planning. They also provide counsel and information to employer clients
regarding human resource and employment issues. Employment counsellors are employed primarily by
federal and provincial governments but are also employed by large establishments and private employment
service agencies. Supervisors of employment counsellors are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Unemployment insurance officers (B318, Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue
Officers); and
• Persons who provide counselling on matters other than employment such as personal or family
related counselling (E023, Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors).
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Example titles
• Career counsellor - except education
• Career development consultant
• Career development counsellor
• Employment counsellor
• Occupational counsellor
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Relocation consultant
Relocation counsellor
Supervisor, employment counsellors
Vocational counsellor
E214 Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities
Instructors and teachers of persons with disabilities teach children and adults with physical and
developmental disabilities communication techniques, such as Braille or sign language, and rehabilitation
skills to increase independence and mobility. They are employed in rehabilitation centres, specialized
educational institutes and throughout the elementary and secondary school system.
Exclusion
• Elementary and secondary school teachers who provide special education to gifted students (E131,
Secondary School Teachers; or E132, Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers).
Example titles
• Instructor, orientation and mobility
• Job coach for persons with disabilities
• Rehabilitation instructor
• Sign language instructor
• Teacher of Braille
• Teacher of persons who are blind
• Teacher of persons who are hearing
impaired
• Teacher of persons who are intellectually
impaired
• Teacher of persons with a physical disability
• Teacher, rehabilitation
E215 Other Instructors
Instructors in this unit group teach courses, such as motor vehicle or motorcycle driving, sewing or other
courses, which are outside of educational institutions and not job-related. They are employed by driving
schools, fabric retailers and other commercial establishments or they may be self-employed. This unit group
also includes driver’s licence examiners, who are employed by provincial governments, and tutors who
provide instruction in elementary or secondary school subjects.
Exclusions
• Flying instructors (C171, Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors);
• Persons who teach employment-related training programs (E121, College and Other Vocational
Instructors); and
• Instructors of recreational activities or sports (F154, Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation,
Sport and Fitness).
Example titles
• Driver’s licence examiner
• Driving instructor
• Instructor, modelling and finishing school
• Motorcycle driving instructor
• Sewing instructor - non-vocational
E216 Other Religious Occupations
This unit group includes brothers, nuns, monks, religious education workers and others who provide
support to ministers of religion or to a religious community and who perform certain functions associated
with the practice of a religion. They may perform these duties in churches, synagogues, temples or other
places of worship or in institutions such as schools, hospitals and prisons.
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Exclusion
• Ministers of religion (E024, Ministers of Religion).
Example titles
• Cantor
• Christian science practitioner
• Deacon
• Mohel
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Nun
Religious education worker
Salvation Army field worker
E217 Early Childhood Educators and Assistants
Early childhood educators plan and organize activities for preschool and school-age children. Early
childhood educator assistants provide care and guidance to preschool children under the supervision of
early childhood educators. Early childhood educators and assistants lead children in activities to stimulate
and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth. They are employed in child-care centres,
kindergartens, nursery schools, agencies for exceptional children, and other environments where early
childhood education services are provided, or they may be self-employed. Early childhood educators who
are supervisors are included in this group.
Example titles
• Child-care worker assistant
• Child-care worker, day care
• Day-care helper
• Day-care supervisor
• Day-care worker
• Early childhood assistant
• Early childhood education worker
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Early childhood educator
Early childhood educator assistant
Early childhood program staff assistant
Early childhood supervisor
Preschool helper
Preschool supervisor
Preschool teacher
F – Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with providing artistic and
cultural services and providing direct support to the service providers.
F0 Professional Occupations in Art and Culture
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with writing and editing; developing
communications programs for organizations; providing translation services; producing programs in
performing arts; singing, playing musical instruments, dancing or acting; producing original art by
painting, drawing or sculpting; and setting up repositories for books, historical documents and artifacts.
F01 Librarians, Archivists, Conservators and Curators
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with setting up and maintaining repositories for
books, historical documents, paintings and museum artifacts.
F011 Librarians
Librarians select, develop, organize and maintain library collections and provide advisory services for users.
They are employed in libraries or in a department within a library.
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Exclusions
• Managers, directors or administrators of libraries (A341, Library, Archive, Museum and Art Gallery
Managers);
• Medical health records librarians (B513, Records Management and Filing Clerks);
• Computer tape or cassette librarians (C181, Computer Network Technicians); and
• School librarians in elementary and secondary schools (E131, Secondary School Teachers; or E132,
Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers).
Example titles
• Bibliographer
• Cataloguer - library
• Cybrarian
• Librarian
• Library consultant
• Library supervisor
F012 Conservators and Curators
Conservators restore and conserve artifacts belonging to museums, galleries and owners of cultural
property. Curators recommend the acquisition of museum and gallery artifacts and research their artistic
history. Conservators and curators are employed in museums, art galleries and universities. Conservators
may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Museum educators (F024, Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications);
• Curatorial assistants, conservation and restoration technicians, preparators, registrars, museum
interpreters and guides, and other technical and support occupations (F112, Technical Occupations
Related to Museums and Art Galleries); and
• Museum display designers (F143, Theatre, Fashion, Exhibit and Other Creative Designers).
Example titles
• Assistant curator
• Conservator
• Conservator - art objects
• Curator
F013 Archivists
Archivists manage, process, store and disseminate information contained in an organization’s archives.
They acquire, store and research textual material, pictures, maps, architectural documents, electronic
materials, films and videos, sound recordings and multimedia materials. Archivists are employed in
archives, in the public and para-public sectors and in private sector organizations.
Exclusions
• Medical archivists (B513, Records Management and Filing Clerks);
• Computer tape or cassette librarians (C181, Computer Network Technicians);
• Historians (E038, Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c.);
• Librarians (F011, Librarians); and
• Archive assistants (F111, Library and Archive Technicians and Assistants).
Example titles
• Archivist
• Historical archivist
• Multimedia archivist
F02 Writing, Translating and Public Relations Professionals
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with writing books, reporting and editing for
newspapers, developing communications programs for organizations and providing translation services.
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F021 Authors and Writers
Authors and writers plan, research and write books, scripts, storyboards, plays, essays, speeches, manuals,
specifications and other non-journalistic articles for publication or presentation. They are employed
by advertising agencies, governments, large corporations, private consulting firms, publishing firms,
multimedia/new-media companies and other establishments, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Journalists (F023, Journalists).
Example titles
• Advertising copywriter
• Copywriter
• Essayist
• Interactive media writer
• Novelist
• Playwright
• Poet
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Script writer
Specifications writer
Speech writer
Technical writer
Writer
F022 Editors
Editors review, evaluate and edit manuscripts, articles, news reports and other material for publication,
broadcast or interactive media and co-ordinate the activities of writers, journalists and other staff. They
are employed by publishing firms, magazines, journals, newspapers, radio and television networks and
stations, and by companies and government departments that produce publications such as newsletters,
handbooks, manuals and Web sites. Editors may also work on a freelance basis.
Exclusions
• Occupations providing clerical assistance to editors (B552, Correspondence, Publication and Related
Clerks);
• Film editors (F031, Producers, Directors, Choreographers and Related Occupations); and
• Sound recording editors and videotape editors (F125, Audio and Video Recording Technicians).
Example titles
• Advertising editor
• Associate editor
• Contributing editor
• Copy editor
• Editor
• Editorial consultant
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Manuscript editor
News editor
News service editor
Sports editor
Technical editor
F023 Journalists
Journalists research, investigate, interpret and communicate news and public affairs through newspapers,
television, radio and other media. Journalists are employed by radio and television networks and stations,
newspapers and magazines. Journalists may also work on a freelance basis.
Exclusions
• Writers writing fiction, plays, poems, books, manuals and other non-news journalistic articles (F021,
Authors and Writers);
• Editors (F022, Editors);
• Photojournalists (F121, Photographers); and
• Announcers on radio and television (F131, Announcers and Other Broadcasters).
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• Book reviewer
• Broadcast journalist
• Columnist
• Correspondent
• Cyberjournalist
• Investigative reporter
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Network reporter
News commentator
Newspaper critic
Reporter
Television news anchorperson
F024 Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications
This unit group includes specialists in public relations and communications who develop and implement
communication and promotion strategies and information programs, publicize activities and events, and
maintain media relations on behalf of businesses, governments and other organizations, and for performers,
athletes, writers and other talented individuals. They are employed by consulting firms, corporations,
associations, government, social agencies, museums, galleries, public interest groups, and cultural and other
organizations, or they may be self-employed. Agents such as entertainment, literary and sports agents are
included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Occupations primarily concerned with advertising (B022, Professional Occupations in Business
Services to Management);
• Occupations primarily concerned with planning and co-ordinating conferences and events (B316,
Conference and Event Planners); and
• Occupations primarily concerned with writing, such as copywriters (F021, Authors and Writers).
Example titles
• Communications officer
• Communications specialist
• Fundraising consultant
• Information officer
• Literary agent
• Media co-ordinator
• Media relations officer
• Museum educator
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Performers agent
Press secretary
Public affairs officer
Public relations consultant
Public relations officer
Publicist
Publicity agent
F025 Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters
Translators translate written material from one language to another. Interpreters translate oral
communication from one language to another during speeches, meetings, conferences, debates and
conversation, or in court or before administrative tribunals. Terminologists conduct research to itemize
terms connected with a certain field, define them and find equivalents in another language. Sign language
interpreters use sign language to translate spoken language and vice versa during meetings, conversations,
television programs or in other instances. Translators, terminologists and interpreters are employed by
government, private translation and interpretation agencies, in-house translation services, large private
corporations, international organizations and the media, or they may be self-employed. Sign language
interpreters work in schools and courts, and for social service agencies, interpretation services, government
services and television stations, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Linguists (E038, Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c.).
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• Community interpreter
• Conference interpreter
• Court interpreter
• Interpreter
• Legal terminologist
• Literary translator
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Sign language interpreter
Terminologist
Translator
Translator adaptor
Translator-reviser
F03 Creative and Performing Artists
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with producing, directing or choreographing
programs in the performing arts; conducting, composing and arranging musical works; entertaining
through singing, playing musical instruments, dancing or acting; and painting, drawing, sculpting or
etching to create original artistic works.
F031 Producers, Directors, Choreographers and Related Occupations
This unit group includes producers, directors, choreographers and others who oversee and control
the technical and artistic aspects of film, television, radio, dance and theatre productions. They are
employed by film production companies, radio and television stations, broadcast departments, advertising
companies, sound recording studios, record production companies and dance companies. They may also be
self-employed.
Exclusion
• Editors of pre-recorded videos, sound recording mixers and other radio and video technicians (F125,
Audio and Video Recording Technicians).
Example titles
• Artistic director - motion picture
• Choreographer
• Cyber-choreographer
• Director - motion picture
• Director of photography
• Film editor
• Filmmaker
• Multimedia audio producer
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Producer-director
Radio producer
Record producer
Stage director - performing arts
Technical director - broadcasting
Television producer
F032 Conductors, Composers and Arrangers
This unit group includes those who conduct bands and orchestras, compose musical works and arrange
instrumental and vocal compositions. They are employed by symphony and chamber orchestras, bands,
choirs, sound recording companies, orchestras for ballet and opera performances or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusion
• Occupations concerned with performing or teaching instrumental or vocal music (F033, Musicians
and Singers).
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• Arranger
• Bandmaster
• Choir director
• Composer
• Conductor
• Lyricist
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Musical director
Orchestrator
Singer-songwriter-composer
Songwriter
F033 Musicians and Singers
This unit group includes musicians, singers and teachers of vocal and instrumental music. Musicians and
singers perform with orchestras, choirs, opera companies and popular bands in establishments such as
concert halls, lounges and theatres and in film, television and recording studios. Music teachers teach in
conservatories, academies and private homes.
Exclusions
• Persons who teach music in post-secondary, secondary or elementary school (E1, Teachers and
Professors); and
• Music composers and arrangers (F032, Conductors, Composers and Arrangers).
Example titles
• Accompanist
• Church organist
• Guitar player
• Instrumentalist
• Music teacher - musicians
• Musician
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Percussionist
Recording artist
Rock singer
Singer
Vocalist
F034 Dancers
This unit group includes dancers and dance teachers. Dancers are employed by ballet and dance companies,
television and film productions and night clubs and similar establishments. Dance teachers are employed
by dance academies and dance schools.
Exclusions
• Persons who teach dance in post-secondary, secondary or elementary school (E1, Teachers and
Professors);
• Choreographers (F031, Producers, Directors, Choreographers and Related Occupations); and
• Exotic and striptease dancers (F132, Other Performers).
Example titles
• Ballet dancer
• Ballet teacher
• Ballroom dancing teacher
• Dance instructor
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Folkloric dancer
Interpretative dancer
Tap dancer
F035 Actors and Comedians
Actors and comedians perform roles in motion picture, television, theatre and radio productions to entertain
a variety of audiences. They are employed by motion picture, television, theatre and other production
companies. This unit group includes acting teachers employed by private acting schools.
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Exclusion
• Persons who teach acting in post-secondary, secondary or elementary schools (E1, Teachers and
Professors).
Example titles
• Acting teacher - private or studio
• Actor / actress
• Comedian
• Drama teacher
• Narrator
F036 Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists
Painters, sculptors and other visual artists create original paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings and
other artistic works. They are usually self-employed. This group also includes art instructors and teachers,
who are usually employed by art schools.
Exclusions
• Art teachers in primary, secondary or post-secondary institutions (E1, Teachers and Professors);
• Graphic designers (F141, Graphic Designers and Illustrators);
• Skilled craftspersons (F144, Artisans and Craftspersons); and
• House painters (H144, Painters and Decorators).
Example titles
• Art teacher (except primary, secondary and
post-secondary education)
• Artist
• Artistic painter
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Sculptor
Silkscreen artist
Watercolourist
F1 Technical Occupations in Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with entertaining; graphic art; designing interiors,
clothing, theatrical sets; making patterns for textile products; producing handicrafts; operating cameras;
laying out artwork; operating broadcasting equipment; operating audio recording equipment; providing
support in the performing arts; participating in or officiating at sporting events; coaching athletes; and
instructing in athletic or recreational programs.
F11 Technical Occupations in Libraries, Archives, Museums and Art Galleries
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing technical support to librarians,
archivists and curators.
F111 Library and Archive Technicians and Assistants
Library, archive and records management technicians and assistants assist users in accessing library or
archive resources, participate in records management, assist in describing new acquisitions, participate in
archive processing and storage, and conduct reference searches. They are employed by libraries, archives,
records management branches and other establishments with library or archive services.
Exclusions
• Medical records clerks (B513, Records Management and Filing Clerks);
• Library clerks (B551, Library Clerks);
• Librarians (F011, Librarians); and
• Archivists (F013, Archivists).
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• Archive assistant
• Archive technician
• Circulation assistant
• Library assistant
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• Library technician
• Reference aide
• Technical indexer - library
F112 Technical Occupations Related to Museums and Art Galleries
This unit group includes workers who classify and catalogue museum and gallery artifacts, construct and
install exhibits and displays, restore, maintain and store museum and gallery collections, frame artwork,
and perform other functions in support of curatorial and conservation activities. They are employed in
museums and galleries. Picture framers and taxidermists may also be employed in retail settings or may
be self-employed. This unit group also includes museum and other interpreters who conduct guided
tours. They are employed at art galleries, museums, parks, aquariums, zoos, interpretive centres, botanical
gardens, cultural centres, nature sanctuaries, historic and heritage sites and other locations.
Exclusions
• Conservators, curators and assistant curators (F012, Conservators and Curators); and
• Museum exhibit designers (F143, Theatre, Fashion, Exhibit and Other Creative Designers).
Example titles
• Conservation technician - museums and art
galleries
• Curatorial assistant
• Heritage interpreter
• Museology technician
• Museum extension officer
• Museum interpreter
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Museum objects cataloguer
Museum registrar
Museum technician
Picture framer - museum and art gallery
Preparator
Restoration technician
Taxidermist
F12 Photographers, Graphic Arts Technicians and Technical and Co-ordinating
Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating still and motion picture cameras;
laying-out artwork in publishing; operating radio and television broadcasting equipment; operating audio
recording equipment; creating special effects, lighting, applying make-up and otherwise providing support
in performing arts.
F121 Photographers
Photographers operate still cameras to photograph people, events, scenes, materials, products and other
subjects. Photographers are employed by photographic studios, newspapers, magazines, museums and
government, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Video and motion picture camera operators (F122, Film and Video Camera Operators); and
• Graphic art camera operators (F123, Graphic Arts Technicians).
Example titles
• Aerial photographer
• Commercial photographer
• Forensic photographer
• Industrial photographer
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Photojournalist
Portrait photographer
Scientific photographer
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Film and video camera operators operate motion picture and video cameras and related equipment to record
news, live events, films, videos and television broadcasts. They are employed by television networks and
stations, motion picture and video production companies and in-house communications facilities of large
corporations.
Exclusions
• Photographers using still cameras to produce photographs (F121, Photographers); and
• Graphic art camera operators (F123, Graphic Arts Technicians).
Example titles
• Assistant camera operator
• Camera operator
• Electronic news gathering (ENG) camera
operator
• Film camera operator
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Studio camera operator
Television camera operator
Video camera operator
F123 Graphic Arts Technicians
Graphic arts technicians assist in conceptualizing a project, interpreting design specifications or sketches,
preparing the page make-up, lay-out and lettering, and preparing production materials for press, electronic
or multimedia publishing. They are employed by publishing, communications, advertising, marketing,
printing and multimedia establishments, and by television and film production companies. They may also
be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Typesetters, including desktop publishing specialists (B523, Desktop Publishing Operators and
Related Occupations); and
• Persons who conceptualize and create designs and specifications (F141, Graphic Designers and
Illustrators).
Example titles
• Animated cartoon technician
• Animation painter
• Computer graphics technician
• Graphics technician
• Multimedia graphic design technician
F124 Broadcast Technicians
Broadcast technicians install, set up, test, operate and repair electronic equipment used to record and
transmit live and taped radio and television programs and to produce audio and video streaming broadcasts
for the Internet. They are employed by radio and television broadcasting networks and stations, by
broadcast equipment companies and by Internet-based communication providers.
Exclusion
• Persons who operate recording equipment to record programs for later broadcast (F125, Audio and
Video Recording Technicians).
Example titles
• Broadcast engineer
• Broadcast technician
• Broadcast transmitter operator
• Broadcasting switcher
• Master control room (MCR) equipment
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• Mobile broadcasting equipment operator
• Regional transmitter technician
• Short-wave receiving station technician
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F125 Audio and Video Recording Technicians
Audio and video recording technicians operate equipment to record, mix and edit sound, music and
videotape, for motion pictures, television and radio programs, videos, recordings and live events. They
are employed by film, video and concert production companies, sound recording firms, theatre and dance
companies, clubs, bands, multimedia companies, radio stations, television networks and video production
and editing companies.
Exclusions
• Television, video and motion picture camera operators (F122, Film and Video Camera Operators);
and
• Broadcast technicians who are concerned with the actual transmission of radio and television
broadcasts (F124, Broadcast Technicians).
Example titles
• Audiovisual (AV) technician
• Multimedia sound technician
• Postproduction technician
• Radio technician
• Recording engineer
• Recording studio technician
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Sound effects editor
Sound engineer
Sound mixer
Sound technician
Video and sound recorder
Video recording technician
F126 Other Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting
and the Performing Arts
This unit group includes a range of technical, co-ordinating and supervisory workers who co-ordinate and
perform specific activities for television, radio and motion picture productions, news broadcasts, theatre
and stage productions, and other live or recorded productions. They are employed by television and
radio stations and networks, recording studios, motion picture and video production companies, concert
promoters and theatre, stage and dance companies.
Exclusion
• Support and assisting occupations in the performing arts (F127, Support Occupations in Motion
Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts).
Example titles
• Costumier
• Floor manager - broadcasting
• Gaffer
• Key grip
• Lighting technician
• Make-up artist
• Program co-ordinator - broadcasting
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Property master - broadcasting
Settings shop foreman / woman
Special effects technician
Stage manager
Stage technician
Stunt co-ordinator
Theatre technician
F127 Support Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
This unit group includes workers who perform support duties related to broadcasting and to the production
of motion pictures and the performing arts. They are employed by television and radio stations and
networks, recording studios, motion picture and video production companies and by theatre and stage
companies. This unit group also includes projectionists employed by IMAX or automated cinemas and
drive-in theatres.
Exclusion
• Technical and skilled occupations in the performing arts (F126, Other Technical and Co-ordinating
Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts).
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Example titles
• Boom grip
• Camera crane operator
• Dresser
• Grip
• Lighting assistant
• Projectionist
• Prompter
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Script assistant
Set builder
Set dresser
Special effects assistant
Spotlight operator
F13 Announcers and Other Performers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with entertaining through magic, circus acts,
clowning and similar activity along with announcers on radio and television.
F131 Announcers and Other Broadcasters
Announcers and other broadcasters read news, sports, weather, commercial and public service messages
and host entertainment and information programs for broadcast on radio or television. They are
primarily employed by radio and television stations and networks and by commercial firms that produce
advertisements for radio or television.
Exclusion
• Journalists who prepare and present their own work on radio or television (F023, Journalists).
Example titles
• Announcer
• Broadcaster
• Disc jockey - broadcast
• News reader
• Radio host / hostess
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Sports announcer
Talk show host / hostess
Television host / hostess
Traffic reporter
Weather reporter
F132 Other Performers
This unit group includes circus performers, magicians, models, puppeteers and other performers not
elsewhere classified. They are employed by circuses, nightclubs, theatre, advertising and other production
companies or may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Acrobat
• Busker
• Circus performer
• Clown
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Fashion model
Magician
Puppeteer
Ventriloquist
F14 Creative Designers and Craftspersons
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with graphic art; designing interiors, clothing and
theatrical sets; making patterns for textile products; and producing handicrafts of wood, glass, metal, clay,
textiles and other materials.
F141 Graphic Designers and Illustrators
Graphic designers conceptualize and produce graphic art and visual materials to effectively communicate
information for publications, advertising, films, packaging, posters, signs and interactive media such as Web
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sites and CD-ROMs. They are employed by advertising and graphic design firms, by establishments with
advertising or communications departments and by multimedia production companies, or they may be
self-employed. Graphic designers who are also supervisors, project managers or consultants are included in
this unit group. Illustrators conceptualize and create illustrations to represent information through images.
They are almost solely self-employed.
Exclusion
• Interior designers (F142, Interior Designers).
Example titles
• Advertising designer
• Animator - animated films
• Cartoonist
• Commercial artist
• Cybergraphic designer
• Graphic artist
• Graphic designer
• Graphic designer - multimedia
• Graphic designer - multimedia, interactive
or new media
• Illustrator
• Layout designer
• Medical illustrator
• Multimedia illustrator
• Scientific illustrator
F142 Interior Designers
Interior designers conceptualize and produce aesthetic, functional and safe designs for interior spaces in
residential, commercial, cultural, institutional and industrial buildings. They are employed by architectural
firms, interior design firms, retail establishments, construction companies, hospitals, airlines, hotel and
restaurant chains, and other establishments or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Designers concerned with visual images and graphic art (F141, Graphic Designers and Illustrators);
and
• Interior decorators (G211, Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks).
Example titles
• Aircraft interior designer
• Interior design technician
• Interior designer
• Kitchen designer
• Office space planner
• Project manager, interior design
• Retail space planner
F143 Theatre, Fashion, Exhibit and Other Creative Designers
Designers in this unit group conceptualize and produce designs for film, television, theatre and video
productions, garments and textiles, displays and exhibits, and for other creative items such as jewellery and
trophies. Theatre designers are employed by performing arts and broadcasting companies and by festivals;
fashion designers are employed by clothing and textiles companies or may be self-employed; and exhibit
designers are employed by museums and retail establishments. Other creative designers in this unit group
are employed by manufacturing establishments or may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Graphic designers (F141, Graphic Designers and Illustrators); and
• Interior designers (F142, Interior Designers).
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Example titles
• Clothing designer
• Costume designer
• Couturier - haute couture
• Display designer
• Fabric designer
• Fashion designer
• Fur designer
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Jewellery designer
Lighting designer
Museum exhibit designer
Shoe designer
Trophy designer
Window display designer
F144 Artisans and Craftspersons
This unit group includes those who use manual and artistic skills to design and make ornamental objects,
pottery, stained glass, jewellery, rugs, blankets, other handicrafts and artistic floral arrangements. Makers
of stringed musical instruments are also included in this unit group. Most craftspersons are self-employed.
Artistic floral arrangers are usually employed in florist shops and floral departments of retail establishments
or may be self-employed. Craft instructors are also included in this unit group and are employed by artisan
guilds, colleges, private studios and recreational organizations.
Exclusions
• Painters, sculptors and other visual artists (F036, Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists); and
• Machine operators and assemblers who produce similar objects in manufacturing (H, Trades,
Transport and Equipment Operators and Related Occupations; or J, Occupations Unique to
Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities).
Example titles
• Artisan
• Artistic floral arranger
• Carver
• Craft instructor (except education)
• Craftsperson
• Glass blower
• Leather worker
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Metal arts worker
Potter
Silversmith
Stained glass artist
Stringed instrument maker
Totem pole carver
Weaver - arts and crafts
F145 Patternmakers - Textile, Leather and Fur Products
Patternmakers in this unit group create master patterns for the production of garments, footwear and other
textile, leather or fur products. They are employed by pattern manufacturers, textile, leather or fur products
manufacturers or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Metal patternmakers (H312, Tool and Die Makers); and
• Sheet metal model makers (H321, Sheet Metal Workers).
Example titles
• Dress patternmaker
• Embroidery patternmaker
• Fur garment patternmaker
• Garment patternmaker
• Leather products patternmaker
• Shoe patternmaker
• Textile products patternmaker
F15 Athletes, Coaches, Referees and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with participating in or officiating at sports events;
coaching athletes; and instructing in athletic or recreational programs.
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F151 Athletes
Athletes participate in competitive sports events on an amateur or professional basis. They play team
sports such as hockey, baseball, football and lacrosse, or compete in individual sports such as skiing, figure
skating, boxing or track and field. Athletes are employed by professional team organizations or they may
be self-employed.
Example titles
• Athlete
• Baseball player
• Boxer
• Figure skater
• Football player
• Golfer
• Harness race driver
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Hockey player
Jockey
Professional athlete
Skier
Sprinter
Track athlete
F152 Coaches
Coaches prepare and train individual athletes or teams for competitive events. They are employed by
national and provincial sports organizations, professional and amateur sports teams, sports clubs and
universities or they may be self-employed. This unit group also includes sports scouts who identify and
recruit athletes for professional sports teams. They are employed by professional sports organizations.
Exclusion
• Persons who lead or instruct recreational, sports, fitness or athletic programs (F154, Program Leaders
and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and Fitness).
Example titles
• Coach
• Figure skating coach
• Football scout
• Gymnastics coach
• Head coach
• Hockey coach
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Hockey scout
National team coach
Soccer coach
Sports scout
Swimming coach
Volleyball coach
F153 Sports Officials and Referees
Sports officials and referees observe and enforce rules and regulations governing sporting events, athletic
games and sports competitions. They are employed by national, provincial and local sporting commissions,
organizations and leagues.
Exclusion
• Persons who lead or instruct recreational, sports, fitness or athletic programs (F154, Program Leaders
and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and Fitness).
Example titles
• Athletics judge
• Clerk of the course - racetrack
• Figure skating judge
• Goal judge
• Harness racing starter
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Referee
Sports linesman / woman
Sports official
Umpire
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F154 Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and Fitness
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness lead and instruct groups and individuals
in recreational, sports, fitness or athletic programs. They are employed by community centres, sports and
fitness clubs, outdoor centres, resorts, recreational facilities, health care facilities, correctional institutions,
government departments, private businesses, tourism associations and similar establishments.
Exclusions
• Co-ordinators of fitness and recreational programs (E036, Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program
Supervisors and Consultants);
• Teachers of sport activities in primary, secondary and post-secondary educational institutions (E1,
Teachers and Professors); and
• Athletic coaches (F152, Coaches).
Example titles
• Aerobics instructor
• Camp counsellor
• Certified personal trainer
• Day camp leader
• Fitness instructor
• Gymnastics teacher
• Lifeguard
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Personal trainer
Playground worker
Recreation program leader
Riding instructor
Ski instructor
Ski patrol
Swimming instructor - sports
G – Sales and Service Occupations
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with selling goods and services
and providing personal, protective, household, tourism and hospitality services.
G0 Sales and Service Supervisors
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with supervising the work of: persons selling
goods and services to the public in retail stores, recreational and entertainment facilities, or by telephone
and door-to-door methods; cleaners or janitors; dry cleaning and laundry workers; accommodation service
clerks; theatre, sport and recreation service workers; and other service workers not elsewhere classified.
G01 Sales and Service Supervisors
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising the work of: persons selling
goods and services to the public in retail stores, recreational and entertainment facilities, or by telephone
and door-to-door methods; cleaners or janitors; dry cleaning and laundry workers; accommodation service
clerks; theatre, sport and recreation service workers; and other service workers not elsewhere classified.
G011 Retail Trade Supervisors
Retail trade supervisors supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit groups:
Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks (G211), Cashiers (G311), Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers (G972)
and Other Elemental Sales Occupations (G973). 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.
Exclusions
• Managers of retail departments or retail sales (A211, Retail Trade Managers); and
• Supervisors in technical or specialized sales (G121, Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade).
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Example titles
• Department store supervisor
• Head cashier
• Liquor store supervisor
• Produce department supervisor
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• Rental service supervisor
• Route supervisor, retail sales
• Telemarketing supervisor
G012 Food Service Supervisors
Food service supervisors, supervise, direct and co-ordinate the activities of workers who prepare, portion
and serve food. They are employed by hospitals and other health care establishments and by cafeterias,
catering companies and other food service establishments.
Exclusion
• Occupations concerned with supervising waiters/waitresses (G511, Maîtres d’hôtel and Hosts /
Hostesses).
Example titles
• Cafeteria supervisor, food services
• Canteen supervisor
• Catering supervisor
• Food service supervisor
G013 Executive Housekeepers
Executive housekeepers direct and control the operations of housekeeping departments within hotels,
hospitals and other establishments.
Exclusion
• The supervisors of janitors and similar cleaners (G015, Cleaning Supervisors).
Example titles
• Assistant executive housekeeper
• Executive housekeeper
• Hospital executive housekeeper
• Hotel executive housekeeper
• Housekeeping director
• Housekeeping manager
G014 Dry Cleaning and Laundry Supervisors
Dry cleaning and laundry supervisors supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following
unit groups: Dry Cleaning and Laundry Occupations (G981) and Ironing, Pressing and Finishing
Occupations (G982). They are employed by dry cleaning and laundry establishments, fur cleaning
establishments, commercial laundries and laundries in hotels, hospitals and other institutions.
Example titles
• Dry cleaning supervisor
• Foreman / woman - laundry and dry
cleaning
• Laundry supervisor
• Production supervisor, dry cleaning
G015 Cleaning Supervisors
Cleaning supervisors supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit groups: Light
Duty Cleaners (G931), Specialized Cleaners (G932), and Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents
(G933). Cleaning supervisors are employed by hospitals and other health care institutions, hotels, motels,
schools and other educational institutions, commercial and industrial establishments, home and office
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Exclusion
• Supervisors of housekeeping staff who clean hotels, motels, hospitals and other places that have
overnight facilities (G013, Executive Housekeepers).
Example titles
• Building cleaning supervisor
• Carpet cleaning supervisor
• Cleaning supervisor
• Head caretaker
• Head custodian
• Head janitor
• Window washing supervisor
G016 Other Service Supervisors
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of hotel accommodation
service clerks, theatre ushers and attendants, reservation clerks, sports and recreation club workers,
commissionaires, security guards and other service workers not elsewhere classified. They are employed
by service establishments throughout the public and private sectors.
Example titles
• Campground supervisor
• Hotel clerk supervisor
• Parking lot supervisor
• Reservations supervisor
• Supervisor, clubhouse attendants
• Supervisor, commissionaires
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Supervisor, security guards
Supervisor, ski lift attendants
Supervisor, theatre attendants
Supervisor, ticket takers
Tour guide supervisor
Travel clerk supervisor
G1 Wholesale, Technical, Insurance, Real Estate Sales Specialists, and Retail,
Wholesale and Grain Buyers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with wholesaling goods and services, selling real
estate and insurance, buying goods for wholesale and retail trade, and operating grain elevators.
G11 Sales Representatives, Wholesale Trade
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with wholesaling goods and services that do not
require knowledge of science or engineering to sell.
G111 Sales Representatives - Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical)
Sales representatives, wholesale trade (non-technical), sell non-technical goods and services to retail,
wholesale, commercial, industrial, professional and other clients domestically and internationally. They are
employed by establishments that produce or provide goods and services such as petroleum companies,
food, beverage and tobacco producers, clothing manufacturers, motor vehicles and parts manufacturers,
hotels, business services firms, and transportation companies. Auctioneers are included in this unit group.
Sales representatives, wholesale trade who are supervisors are also included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with selling stocks, bonds and securities (B013, Securities Agents, Investment
Dealers and Brokers);
• Occupations primarily concerned with the wholesale selling of goods that normally require a
knowledge of science or engineering (G121, Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade); and
• Occupations concerned with selling insurance (G131, Insurance Agents and Brokers).
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Example titles
• Food products sales representative
• Freight sales agent
• Graphic design sales representative
• Hotel accommodations sales executive
• Liquor sales representative
• Magazine sales representative
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Periodicals sales representative
Security services sales consultant
Supervisor, wholesale trade representatives
Transfer company agent
G12 Technical Sales Specialists, Wholesale Trade
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with wholesaling goods and services requiring
knowledge of science or engineering.
G121 Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade
Technical sales specialists, wholesale trade, sell a range of technical goods and services, such as scientific
and industrial products, electricity, telecommunications services and computer services, to governments
and to commercial and industrial establishments in domestic and international localities. They are
employed by establishments that produce or provide technical goods and services, such as pharmaceutical
companies, industrial equipment manufacturing companies, computer services firms, engineering firms
and hydroelectric companies, or may be self-employed technical sales specialists/agents who contract their
services to other companies. Technical sales specialists who are supervisors are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with the wholesaling of goods and services, other than financial services, that
do not require a knowledge of engineering or other science (G111, Sales Representatives - Wholesale
Trade (Non-Technical)); and
• Salespersons that sell personal and microcomputers mostly to private individuals (G211, Retail
Salespersons and Sales Clerks).
Example titles
• Aircraft sales representative
• Communication equipment sales
representative
• Construction equipment sales representative
• Electricity sales representative
• Heavy equipment sales representative
• Industrial supplies sales representative
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Medical instruments sales agent
Sales engineer, technical support
Software sales representative
Technical sales representative
Technical sales supervisor
Technical support specialist
G13 Insurance and Real Estate Sales Occupations and Buyers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with selling real estate and insurance policies; as
well as buying goods for wholesale and retail trade and operating grain elevators.
G131 Insurance Agents and Brokers
Insurance agents and brokers sell life, automobile, property, health and other types of insurance to
individuals, businesses and public institutions. Insurance agents are employed by individual insurance
companies or are independent representatives of specific insurance companies. Insurance brokers are
employed by brokerage firms, or may work in partnerships or hold sole proprietorship.
Exclusion
• Insurance underwriters (B114, Insurance Underwriters).
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• Insurance broker
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G132 Real Estate Agents and Salespersons
Real estate agents and salespersons act as agents for the sale or purchase of houses, apartments, commercial
buildings, land and other real estate and are employed in the real estate industry.
Exclusions
• Property appraisers (B115, Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers); and
• Property administrators (B314, Property Administrators).
Example titles
• Commercial real estate agent
• Real estate agent
• Real estate broker
• Real estate sales representative
• Residential real estate agent
• Supervisor, real estate agents
G133 Retail and Wholesale Buyers
Retail and wholesale buyers buy merchandise for resale by retail and wholesale establishments and are
usually responsible for the merchandising operations of retail and wholesale establishments. Retail and
wholesale buyers who are supervisors and those who are assistants are included in this unit group.
Exclusion
• Purchasing agents that purchase goods for internal use by a business or for manufacturing (B315,
Purchasing Agents and Officers).
Example titles
• Appliance buyer
• Assistant buyer
• Buyer - retail
• Buyer - wholesale
• Chief buyer
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Food buyer
Merchandiser
Produce buyer
Taster and buyer, beverages
G134 Grain Elevator Operators
Grain elevator operators purchase grain from farmers, determine the grade, quality and weight of grain
delivered, and maintain records for farmers and companies. They are employed by licensed grain elevator
companies.
Exclusion
• Managers of terminal grain elevators (A141, Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers).
Example titles
• Assistant grain elevator manager
• Grain elevator district manager
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G2 Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with selling or renting a range of commodities and
services to the public, usually in stores and other retail business locations but also in wholesale businesses
that sell to the general public.
G21 Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with selling or renting a range of commodities and
services to the public usually in stores and other retail business locations but also in wholesale businesses
that sell to the general public.
G211 Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
Retail salespersons and sales clerks 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.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of sales clerks (G011, Retail Trade Supervisors);
• Salespersons that sell mainframe and mini-computers mostly to business customers (G121, Technical
Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade);
• Cashiers (G311, Cashiers);
• Transportation ticket sales clerks (G713, Airline Sales and Service Agents; or G714, Ticket Agents,
Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except Airline));
• Grocery store clerks (G972, Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers);
• Door-to-door salespersons and other non-store retail occupations (G973, Other Elemental Sales
Occupations); and
• Checkers and receiving inspectors, laundry and dry cleaning (G981, Dry Cleaning and Laundry
Occupations).
Example titles
• Audio equipment salesperson
• Automobile salesperson
• Car rental agent
• Clothing salesperson
• Computer salesperson - retail
• Counter clerk - retail
• Department store clerk
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Furniture salesperson
Hardware store clerk
Jewellery salesperson
Retail sales associate
Retail sales clerk
Retail salesperson
G3 Cashiers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with recording and receiving payment from
customers in retail stores, restaurants, theatres, and various other types of businesses for goods, admission
tickets or services purchased.
G31 Cashiers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with recording and receiving payment from
customers in retail stores, restaurants, theatres, and various other types of businesses for goods, admission
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G311 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.
Exclusions
• Bank cashiers (B533, Customer Service Representatives - Financial Services);
• Supervisors of cashiers (G011, Retail Trade Supervisors);
• Other sales clerks (G211, Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks); and
• Grocery store clerks (G972, Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers).
Example titles
• Box office cashier
• Cafeteria cashier
• Grocery store cashier
• Office cashier
• Racetrack cashier
• Self-serve gas bar cashier
• Theatre cashier
G4 Chefs and Cooks
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with planning and directing meal preparation and
preparing and cooking food.
G41 Chefs and Cooks
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with planning and directing meal preparation and
preparing and cooking food.
G411 Chefs
This unit group includes various types of chefs who plan and direct food preparation and cooking activities
and who prepare and cook meals and specialty foods. They are employed in restaurants, hotels, hospitals
and other health care institutions, central food commissaries, clubs and similar establishments, and on ships.
Exclusion
• Cooks (G412, Cooks).
Example titles
• Chef
• Chef de cuisine
• Chef de partie
• Corporate chef
• Executive chef
• Executive sous-chef
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Master chef
Pastry chef
Saucier
Sous-chef
Specialist chef
G412 Cooks
Cooks prepare and cook a wide variety of foods. They are employed in restaurants, hotels, hospitals and
other health care institutions, central food commissaries, educational institutions and other establishments.
Cooks are also employed aboard ships and at construction and logging campsites. Apprentice cooks are
included in this unit group.
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Exclusions
• Chefs (G411, Chefs);
• Cooks’ helpers (G961, Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations); and
• Fast food preparers (G961, Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Apprentice cook
• Cook
• Dietary cook
• First cook
• Grill cook
• Hospital cook
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Journeyman / woman cook
Licensed cook
Line cook
Second cook
Short order cook
G5 Occupations in Food and Beverage Service
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with greeting and seating customers, mixing
drinks and serving food and beverages.
G51 Occupations in Food and Beverage Service
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with greeting and seating customers, mixing
drinks and serving food and beverages.
G511 Maîtres d’hôtel and Hosts / Hostesses
Maîtres d’hôtel and hosts/hostesses greet patrons and escort them to tables, and supervise and co-ordinate
the activities of food and beverage servers. They are employed in restaurants, hotel dining rooms, private
clubs, cocktail lounges and similar establishments.
Example titles
• Host / hostess, food service
• Maître d’
• Maître d’hôtel
• Restaurant host / hostess
G512 Bartenders
Bartenders mix and serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. They are employed in restaurants, hotels,
bars, taverns, private clubs, banquet halls and other licensed establishments. Supervisors of bartenders are
included in this unit group.
Exclusion
• Those who bring alcoholic drinks to tables in restaurants are considered as waiters and waitresses
(G513, Food and Beverage Servers).
Example titles
• Bar attendant
• Barkeeper
• Bartender
• Head bartender
G513 Food and Beverage Servers
Food and beverage servers take patrons’ food and beverage orders and serve orders to patrons. They are
employed in restaurants, hotels, bars, taverns, private clubs, banquet halls and similar establishments.
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• Banquet server
• Captain waiter / waitress
• Chief wine steward
• Cocktail waiter / waitress
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G6 Occupations in Protective Services
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing defence services, maintaining
law and order, protecting people and property, guarding prisoners, enforcing court orders and conducting
private investigations.
G61 Police Officers and Firefighters
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with enforcing the law and protecting property
against fire.
G611 Police Officers (Except Commissioned)
Police officers protect the public, detect and prevent crime and perform other activities directed at
maintaining law and order. They are employed by municipal and federal governments and some provincial
and regional governments. This unit group includes railway police.
Exclusions
• Police officers above the rank of staff sergeant are considered managers (A351, Commissioned Police
Officers); and
• Military police (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces).
Example titles
• Community relations officer
• Constable
• Crime prevention constable
• Detective
• Harbour police officer
• Highway patrol officer
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Police diver
Police officer
Police sergeant
Railway police officer
RCMP officer
G612 Firefighters
Firefighters carry out firefighting and fire prevention activities, and assist in other emergencies. They are
employed by municipal, provincial and federal governments and by large industrial establishments that
have internal firefighting services.
Exclusions
• Fire chiefs and deputy chiefs (A352, Fire Chiefs and Senior Firefighting Officers); and
• Forest fire-fighters (I162, Silviculture and Forestry Workers).
Example titles
• Airport firefighter
• Fire captain
• Firefighter
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G62 Other Occupations in Protective Service
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with enforcing court orders, maintaining order
in jails and prisons, enforcing by-laws, providing defence services, conducting private investigations and
implementing security systems.
G621 Sheriffs and Bailiffs
Sheriffs execute and enforce court orders, warrants and writs, participate in seizure and sale of property and
perform courtroom and other related duties. Bailiffs serve legal orders and documents, seize or repossess
properties, evict tenants and perform other related activities. Sheriffs and bailiffs are employed by provincial
or territorial courts, and bailiffs may be employed as officers of the court or in private service as agents for
creditors.
Exclusion
• Non-commissioned police officers who attend court and maintain order (G611, Police Officers
(Except Commissioned)).
Example titles
• Bailiff
• Deputy sheriff
• Sheriff
• Sheriff’s bailiff
• Sheriff’s officer
G622 Correctional Service Officers
Correctional service officers guard prisoners and detainees and maintain order in correctional institutions
and other places of detention. They are employed by federal, provincial and municipal governments.
Exclusion
• Probation and parole officers (E025, Probation and Parole Officers and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Correctional facility guard
• Correctional service officer
• Detention attendant
• Prison guard
• Supervisor, correctional officers
G623 By-Law Enforcement and Other Regulatory Officers, n.e.c.
Officers and inspectors in this unit group enforce by-laws and regulations of provincial and municipal
governments. They are employed by provincial and municipal governments and agencies.
Exclusion
• Non-commissioned police officers (G611, Police Officers (Except Commissioned)).
Example titles
• Animal control officer
• By-law enforcement officer
• Commercial transport inspector
• Garbage collection inspector
• Liquor licence inspector
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Taxi inspector
Zoning inspector
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G624 Other Ranks, Armed Forces
This unit group includes armed forces personnel who are not commissioned officers. They provide collective
defence measures to protect Canadian waters, land, airspace and other interests. They are employed by the
Canadian armed forces.
Exclusions
• Civilian employees of the armed forces are classified in appropriate unit groups elsewhere in this
classification according to the work performed; and
• Commissioned officers (A353, Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces).
Example titles
• Air defence technician
• Armoured vehicle crewmember
• Artillery soldier
• Corporal (CPL) - Canadian Armed Forces
• Field engineer - military
• Infantry soldier
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Petty officer - Canadian Armed Forces
Sergeant (SGT) - Canadian Armed Forces
Sonar operator
Tank driver
Weapons operator
G625 Other Protective Service Occupations
This unit group includes workers who conduct private investigations for clients or employers, implement
security measures to protect property against theft and fire and provide other protective services not
elsewhere classified. They are employed by security and investigation service companies, hotels, retail
establishments, businesses and industry, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Security guards (G631, Security Guards and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Alarm investigator
• Corporate security officer
• House detective
• Postal inspection officer
• Private investigator
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Security officer, private
Store detective
Theft prevention officer
G63 Security Guards and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with guarding property against theft and
vandalism; controlling access to buildings; and maintaining order and enforcing regulations at public events
and within a given business.
G631 Security Guards and Related Occupations
This unit group includes security guards and other related workers who guard property against theft
and vandalism, control access to establishments, maintain order and enforce regulations at public events
and within establishments. They are employed by private security agencies, retail stores, transportation
facilities, residential complexes, educational, financial and health institutions, industrial establishments,
cultural establishments, and organizations throughout the private and public sectors.
Exclusion
• Corporate security officers, private investigators and retail loss prevention officers (G625, Other
Protective Service Occupations).
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Example titles
• Airport security guard
• Armoured car guard
• Bodyguard (except police)
• Bouncer
• Commissionaire
• Crossing guard
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Night watchman / woman
Preboarding security guard
Security guard
Security officer
G7 Occupations in Travel and Accommodation Including Attendants in Recreation
and Sport
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with attending to passengers’ needs in transit;
making reservations and selling tickets to passengers; giving advice on travel; making room reservations
in hotels; escorting groups on touring, hunting and fishing trips; carrying luggage and assisting patrons at
amusement, recreation and sporting facilities.
G71 Occupations in Travel and Accommodation
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with attending to passengers’ needs in
transit; making reservations and selling tickets to passengers; giving advice on travel; and making room
reservations in hotels.
G711 Travel Counsellors
Travel counsellors advise clients on travel options and tour packages, make bookings and reservations,
prepare tickets and receive payment. They are employed in travel agencies, transportation and tourism
firms and hotel chains.
Exclusion
• Ticket sellers employed in the transportation industry (G713, Airline Sales and Service Agents; or
G714, Ticket Agents, Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except Airline)).
Example titles
• Travel agent
• Travel consultant
• Travel counsellor
G712 Pursers and Flight Attendants
Airline pursers and flight attendants ensure the safety and comfort of passengers and crew members during
flights. Ship pursers attend to the safety and comfort of passengers aboard ships. Airline pursers and flight
attendants are employed by airline companies. Ship pursers are employed by tour or cruise boat companies.
Exclusion
• Occupations concerned with serving food and beverages on trains (G513, Food and Beverage
Servers).
Example titles
• Customer service director
• Flight attendant
• Flight service director
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• Purser, airline
• Ship purser
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G713 Airline Sales and Service Agents
Airline sales and service agents issue tickets, provide fare quotations, make reservations, conduct passenger
check-in, trace missing baggage, arrange for cargo shipments and perform other related customer service
duties to assist airline passengers. Airline sales and service agents are employed by airline companies. Load
planners, who plan the positioning of cargo on aircraft, are also included in this unit group.
Example titles
• Airline baggage agent
• Airline cargo agent
• Baggage tracer, airline
• Client service representative - airline
• Counter services agent, airline
• Customer service agent, airline
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Passenger agent, airline
Passenger service representative
Reservation agent, airline
Station agent, airline
Ticket agent, airline
G714 Ticket Agents, Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except
Airline)
Ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks (except airline), quote fares and rates, make
reservations, issue tickets, process cargo shipment, check baggage and perform other related customer
service duties to assist travellers. They are employed by bus and railway companies, freight forwarding
and shipping companies, boat cruise operators and other public transit establishments and by travel
wholesalers.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of ticket and cargo agents and related clerks (G016, Other Service Supervisors); and
• Travel counsellers selling tickets through retail travel agents (G711, Travel Counsellors).
Example titles
• Bus ticket agent
• Cargo customer service representative
• Counter service agent, railway
• Railway passenger agent
• Reservations clerk, railway
• Ticket agent (except airline)
G715 Hotel Front Desk Clerks
Hotel front desk clerks make room reservations, provide information and services to guests and receive
payment for services. They are employed by hotels, motels and resorts.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of hotel front desk clerks (G016, Other Service Supervisors).
Example titles
• Front desk clerk, hotel
• Front office clerk, hotel
• Guest service agent
• Guest service representative
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Night clerk
Reservations clerk - hotel
Room clerk
G72 Tour and Recreational Guides and Casino Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with escorting individuals and groups on trips
or sightseeing tours; and organizing and guiding outings and expeditions for hunters, mountain climbers,
and other sports enthusiasts or wilderness adventurers; and dealing cards and operating games of chance
in casinos.
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G721 Tour and Travel Guides
Tour and travel guides escort individuals and groups on trips, on sightseeing tours of cities and on tours of
historical sites and establishments such as famous buildings, manufacturing plants, cathedrals and theme
parks. They also provide descriptions and background information on interesting features. Tour and travel
guides are employed by tour operators, resorts and other establishments or may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Managers of tour organizing enterprises (A361, Other Services Managers);
• Museum guides and historical interpreters (F112, Technical Occupations Related to Museums and
Art Galleries); and
• Outdoor sport and recreational guides (G722, Outdoor Sport and Recreational Guides).
Example titles
• Adventure travel site interpreter
• Calèche driver
• Factory tour guide
• Industrial site interpreter
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Tour guide
Tourist guide
Travel guide
G722 Outdoor Sport and Recreational Guides
Outdoor sport and recreational guides organize and conduct trips or expeditions for sports enthusiasts,
adventurers, tourists and resort guests. They are employed by private companies and resorts or may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Occupations primarily concerned with giving instruction in sports such as mountain climbing or
canoeing, and camp counsellors (F154, Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and
Fitness); and
• Tour and travel guides (G721, Tour and Travel Guides).
Example titles
• Canoeing guide
• Dude wrangler
• Fishing guide
• Hot air balloonist
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Mountain climbing guide
Outfitter
Rafting guide
G723 Casino Occupations
Gambling casino workers operate gaming tables, maintain slot machines, accept keno wagers, pay out
winning bets and jackpots and collect losing bets. They are employed by gambling casinos. Supervisors
of gambling casino workers are included in this unit group.
Exclusion
• Game concession operators and bingo hall workers (G731, Operators and Attendants in Amusement,
Recreation and Sport).
Example titles
• Croupier
• Gambling dealer, casino
• Keno runner, casino
• Keno writer
• Pit boss, gambling casino
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Slot supervisor
Supervisor, gaming tables
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G73 Other Occupations in Travel, Accommodation, Amusement and Recreation
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with carrying baggage at hotels, airports and
railway stations; and assisting patrons at amusement, recreation and sporting facilities.
G731 Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and Sport
This unit group includes amusement occupations such as operators of amusement rides, games and other
attractions, and attendants in amusement, recreation and sports facilities who assist patrons, collect tickets
and fees and supervise the use of recreational and sports equipment. They are employed by amusement
parks, fairs, exhibitions, carnivals, arenas, billiard parlours, bowling alleys, golf courses, ski centres, tennis
clubs, campgrounds and other recreational and sports facilities.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of attendants in amusement, recreation and sport (G016, Other Service Supervisors); and
• Ushers (G983, Other Elemental Service Occupations).
Example titles
• Amusement attraction operator
• Amusement park attendant
• Amusement ride operator
• Athletic equipment custodian
• Billiard parlour attendant
• Bingo hall attendant
• Bowling alley attendant
• Campground attendant
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Ice maker, rink
Recreation attendant
Recreational facility attendant
Ski lift attendant
Sports attendant
Tennis court attendant
G732 Other Attendants in Accommodation and Travel
This unit group includes workers who carry hotel guests’ luggage and escort guests to their rooms, carry
travellers’ luggage at airports, in railway stations and aboard ships, and clean and maintain public areas
and passengers’ rooms aboard ships and trains. They are employed by airports, hotels, railway companies
and water transport companies.
Exclusion
• Persons who check baggage at airports or train stations (G713, Airline Sales and Service Agents; or
G714, Ticket Agents, Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except Airline)).
Example titles
• Baggage porter
• Bellhop
• Doorkeeper, hotel
• Guest services attendant, hotel
• Luggage attendant
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Passenger attendant, ship
Porter
Redcap
Train service attendant
G8 Childcare and Home Support Workers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing childcare and homemaking
services; assisting school teachers; and planning and operating pre-school programs.
G81 Childcare and Home Support Workers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing childcare and homemaking
services; assisting school teachers; and planning and operating pre-school programs.
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G811 Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations
Visiting homemakers provide ongoing or short-term home support services for individuals and families
during periods of incapacitation, convalescence or family disruption. They are employed by government,
non-profit and home care agencies, or are self-employed. Housekeepers perform housekeeping and
other home management duties in private households, embassies and other residential establishments.
Companions provide elderly and convalescent clients with companionship and personal care in residential
settings. They are employed by home care agencies or may be self-employed. Foster parents care for children
or family members in their homes under the direction of a foster parent agency.
Exclusion
• Babysitters, nannies and parent’s helpers (G814, Babysitters, Nannies and Parents’ Helpers).
Example titles
• Companion
• Foster parent
• Home support worker
• Housekeeper
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Personal care attendant - home care
Respite worker - home support
Visiting homemaker
G812 Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants
This unit group includes workers who assist elementary and secondary school teachers and counsellors.
They are employed in public and private elementary and secondary schools, special schools and treatment
centres.
Exclusion
• Elementary and secondary school teachers (E1, Teachers and Professors).
Example titles
• Educational assistant
• Educational resources assistant
• Lunch room supervisor
• Program assistant, education
• Secondary school teacher’s assistant
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Staff assistant, education
Teacher’s aide
Teacher’s assistant
G814 Babysitters, Nannies and Parents’ Helpers
Babysitters care for children on an ongoing or short-term basis at home or in the children’s homes. They
are usually self-employed or may be employed by babysitting agencies. Nannies care for children in the
employer’s residence and provide for their health and physical and social development. Parent’s helpers
assist parents with child-care and household duties. Nannies and parent’s helpers are employed by private
households, where they may also reside.
Exclusions
• Day-care workers (E217, Early Childhood Educators and Assistants); and
• Foster parents (G811, Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Babysitter
• Child caregiver - private home
• Child-care provider - private home
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• Nanny
• Parent’s helper
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G9 Sales and Service Occupations n.e.c.
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with providing services not elsewhere classified,
non-store retail sales not elsewhere classified, and providing a combination of sales and services or services
related to sales.
G91 Technical Occupations in Personal Service
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with cutting and styling hair, and arranging and
directing funerals.
G911 Hairstylists and Barbers
Hairstylists and barbers cut and style hair and perform related services. They are employed in hairstyling
or hairdressing salons, barber shops, vocational schools, health care establishments and theatre, film and
television establishments.
Example titles
• Barber
• Barber apprentice
• Hair colour technician
• Hairdresser
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Hairstylist
Hairstylist apprentice
Wig stylist
G912 Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Funeral directors co-ordinate and arrange all aspects of funeral services. Embalmers prepare the remains of
deceased persons for public visitation and burial. Funeral directors and embalmers are employed by funeral
homes.
Exclusion
• Funeral attendants (G983, Other Elemental Service Occupations).
Example titles
• Apprentice embalmer
• Embalmer
• Funeral director
• Mortician
G92 Other Occupations in Personal Service
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with advising people on making personal
improvments; providing treatments to improve the appearance of individuals; and grooming pets.
G921 Image, Social and Other Personal Consultants
Image, social and other personal consultants advise clients on their personal appearance, speaking style,
manner or other behaviours in order to improve personal or business images. They are employed by beauty
salons, fashion boutiques, modelling schools, image consulting companies, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Cosmeticians and others primarily concerned with the actual applying of makeup in beauty parlors
and similar businesses (G922, Estheticians, Electrologists and Related Occupations).
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• Colour consultant, fashion
• Etiquette consultant
• Fashion and wardrobe consultant
• Image consultant
• Make-up consultant
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Wardrobe consultant
Wedding consultant
Weight loss consultant
G922 Estheticians, Electrologists and Related Occupations
Workers in this unit group provide facial and body treatments designed to enhance an individual’s physical
appearance. They are employed in beauty salons, electrolysis studios, scalp treatment and hair replacement
clinics and other similar establishments and in cosmetic departments of retail establishments such as
pharmacies and department stores, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Hairdressers, hairstylists and barbers (G911, Hairstylists and Barbers); and
• Consultants on beauty including make-up (G921, Image, Social and Other Personal Consultants).
Example titles
• Beauty treatment operator
• Cosmetician
• Electrologist
• Electrolysis technician
• Esthetician
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Manicurist
Pedicurist
Scalp treatment specialist
Tattoo artist
G923 Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers
Animal care workers feed, handle, train and groom animals and assist veterinarians, animal health
technologists and technicians and animal breeders. Pet groomers clip coats, bathe and otherwise groom
pets. Workers in this group are employed by animal hospitals and clinics, animal shelters, breeding and
boarding kennels, zoos, laboratories, retail pet shops, dog training schools, pet grooming establishments, or
may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Marine mammal trainers (C021, Biologists and Related Scientists);
• Animal care technicians (D213, Veterinary and Animal Health Technologists and Technicians);
• Herdspersons and horse trainers (I013, Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers);
• Farm workers caring for animals on farms (I021, General Farm Workers); and
• Fish farm helpers (I213, Aquaculture and Marine Harvest Labourers).
Example titles
• Animal care worker (except farm)
• Dog groomer
• Dog trainer
• Kennel attendant
• Laboratory animal attendant
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Pound attendant
Veterinary attendant
Zoo attendant
G924 Other Personal Service Occupations
This unit group includes occupations, not elsewhere classified, that provide psychic consulting, fortune
telling, astrological services and other personal services. They are employed by call centres and personal
service establishments, or are self-employed.
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Exclusion
• Persons who provide colour consulting or image improvement consulting (G921, Image, Social and
Other Personal Consultants).
Example titles
• Astrologer
• Chat line agent
• Dating service consultant
• Fortune teller
• Psychic consultant
• Psychic reader
G93 Cleaners
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with cleaning building interiors or exteriors,
carpets, chimneys, vehicles and other light duty or specialized cleaning services.
G931 Light Duty Cleaners
Light duty cleaners clean the lobbies, hallways, offices and rooms of hotels, motels, resorts, hospitals,
schools, office and other buildings, and private residences. They are employed by hotels, motels, resorts,
recreational facilities, hospitals and other institutions, building management companies, cleaning service
companies and private individuals.
Exclusions
• Cleaners that specialize in one type of cleaning such as window cleaning (G932, Specialized
Cleaners); and
• Cleaners that also do routine maintenance, and clean interiors and exteriors of buildings and do
heavy industrial cleaning (G933, Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents).
Example titles
• Cleaner
• Hospital cleaner
• Hotel cleaner
• House cleaner
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Light duty cleaner
Office cleaner
Room attendant
Sweeper
G932 Specialized Cleaners
Specialized cleaners clean and refurbish building exteriors, carpets, chimneys, industrial equipment,
ventilation systems, windows and other surfaces, using specialized equipment and techniques. They are
employed by specialized cleaning service companies or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Cleaners who provide general cleaning services rather than specializing in one type of cleaning,
depending on the exact nature of the mix of services provided and types of buildings that are cleaned
(G931, Light Duty Cleaners; or G933, Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents); and
• Workers that maintain and repair furnaces (H431, Oil and Solid Fuel Heating Mechanics).
Example titles
• Auto detailer
• Building exterior cleaner
• Carpet cleaner
• Chimney cleaner
• Freight car cleaner
• Furnace cleaner
• Laboratory equipment cleaner
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Upholstery cleaner
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G933 Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents clean and maintain the interior and exterior
of commercial, institutional and residential buildings and their surrounding grounds. Building
superintendents employed in large establishments are responsible for the operation of the establishment
and may also supervise other workers. They are employed by office and apartment building management
companies, condominium corporations, educational institutions, health care facilities, recreational and
shopping facilities, religious establishments, and industrial and other establishments.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of janitors (G015, Cleaning Supervisors);
• Cleaners that only clean and do not do routine maintenance, exterior cleaning, or industrial cleaning
(G931, Light Duty Cleaners); and
• Cleaners that specialize in one type of cleaning such as window cleaning (G932, Specialized
Cleaners).
Example titles
• Building caretaker
• Building superintendent
• Custodian
• Handyman / woman
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Industrial cleaner
Plant cleaner
School janitor
G94 Butchers and Bakers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with preparing standard cuts of meat, poultry, fish
and shellfish ready for cooking; and preparing and baking bread, rolls, muffins, pies and cakes in bakeries,
bake shops and food stores.
G941 Butchers, Meat Cutters and Fishmongers - Retail and Wholesale
Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers, retail and wholesale, prepare standard cuts of meat, poultry, fish
and shellfish for sale in retail or wholesale food establishments. They are employed in supermarkets, grocery
stores, butcher shops and fish stores or may be self-employed. Butchers who are supervisors or heads of
departments are included in this group.
Exclusion
• Industrial butchers and meat cutters (J172, Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry Preparers
and Related Workers).
Example titles
• Butcher apprentice
• Butcher, retail
• Fishmonger - retail
• Head butcher - wholesale
• Meat cutter - retail or wholesale
• Supermarket meat cutter
G942 Bakers
Bakers prepare bread, rolls, muffins, pies, pastries, cakes and cookies in retail and wholesale bakeries
and dining establishments. They are employed in bakeries, supermarkets, catering companies, hotels,
restaurants, hospitals, and other institutions, or they may be self-employed. Bakers who are supervisors
are included in this unit group.
Exclusion
• Pastry chefs (G411, Chefs).
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• Baker apprentice
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• Head baker
G96 Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with relatively simple tasks in food preparation
and serving.
G961 Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
Workers in this unit group include counter attendants, food preparers, kitchen helpers, food service helpers
and dishwashers. Counter attendants and food preparers prepare, heat and finish cooking simple food items
and serve customers at food counters. Kitchen helpers, food service helpers and dishwashers clear tables,
clean kitchen areas, wash dishes, and perform various other activities to assist workers who prepare or serve
food and beverages. They are employed by restaurants, cafes, hotels, fast food outlets, cafeterias, hospitals
and other establishments.
Exclusions
• Cooks (G412, Cooks); and
• Street food vendors (G973, Other Elemental Sales Occupations).
Example titles
• Bartender helper
• Bus boy / girl
• Cook’s helper
• Counter attendant, cafeteria
• Dishwasher
• Fast-food preparer
• Food counter attendant
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Food service helper
Ice cream counter attendant
Kitchen helper
Salad bar attendant
Sandwich maker
G97 Other Sales and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with serving gasoline, stocking grocery store
shelves, selling door-to-door, and telephone soliciting.
G971 Service Station Attendants
Service station attendants employed in automotive service stations sell fuel and other automotive products
and perform such services as fuelling, cleaning, lubricating and performing minor repairs to motor vehicles.
Those employed in marinas sell fuel, rent boats and related equipment, and maintain marina facilities.
Exclusions
• Managers of service stations (A211, Retail Trade Managers);
• Cashiers at self-serve stations (G311, Cashiers);
• Automobile mechanics (H421, Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and
Mechanical Repairers); and
• Oil changers, motor vehicle service (H533, Automotive Mechanical Installers and Servicers).
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Example titles
• Gas station attendant (except self-serve)
• Marina attendant
G – Sales and Service Occupations
• Service station attendant
G972 Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers
Grocery clerks and store shelf stockers pack customers’ purchases, price items, stock shelves with
merchandise and fill mail and telephone orders. They are employed in retail establishments, such as grocery,
hardware and department stores, and in warehouses.
Exclusions
• Grocery department supervisors (G011, Retail Trade Supervisors); and
• Cashiers (G311, Cashiers).
Example titles
• Bag clerk
• Grocery clerk
• Grocery packer
• Order filler - retail
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Price clerk - retail
Produce clerk
Shelf stocker - retail
Supermarket clerk
G973 Other Elemental Sales Occupations
This unit group includes workers who sell goods or services during home demonstrations or by telephone
soliciting, retail exhibitions or street vending. They are employed by a wide range of retail and wholesale
establishments, manufacturers, telemarketing companies and call centres, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Sales occupations such as technical sales or insurance sales that may use telephone soliciting and
home visiting as sales techniques (G13, Insurance and Real Estate Sales Occupations and Buyers; or
G21, Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks); and
• Persons selling prepared food in fast-food or take-out outlets (G961, Food Counter Attendants,
Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Canvasser - retail
• Demonstrator - retail
• Direct distributor - retail
• Door-to-door salesperson
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Home demonstrator - retail
Street vendor
Telemarketer
Telephone solicitor
G98 Other Elemental Service Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating dry cleaning, laundering and
pressing machines; ushering; doorkeeping; working in private homes; and providing other personal
services of an elemental nature that are not elsewhere classified.
G981 Dry Cleaning and Laundry Occupations
Dry cleaning and laundry machine operators operate machines to dry-clean or launder garments and other
articles. Dry cleaning and laundry inspectors and assemblers check finished garments and other articles
to ensure that they meet required standards for dry-cleaning, laundering and pressing, and assemble and
bag finished garments and other articles. They are employed in dry cleaning, laundry and fur cleaning
establishments, and in the laundries of hotels, hospitals and other institutions.
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Exclusions
• Supervisors of dry cleaning and laundry workers (G014, Dry Cleaning and Laundry Supervisors);
• Counter clerks in dry cleaning and laundry outlets (G211, Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks); and
• Ironers and pressers (G982, Ironing, Pressing and Finishing Occupations).
Example titles
• Assembler, laundry and dry cleaning
• Bagger, laundry and dry cleaning
• Cleaning machine operator
• Drapery cleaner
• Dry cleaner
• Dyer, laundry and dry cleaning
• Fur cleaner
• Inspector - laundry and dry cleaning
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Laundry machine operator
Laundry worker
Leather cleaner
Machine operator, laundry and dry cleaning
Spotter
Sprayer, leather or suede
Suede cleaner
G982 Ironing, Pressing and Finishing Occupations
This unit group includes workers who iron, press or otherwise finish garments and household articles.
They are employed by dry cleaning, laundry and fur cleaning establishments, and by laundries in hotels,
hospitals and similar establishments.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of pressing and ironing workers (G014, Dry Cleaning and Laundry Supervisors).
Example titles
• Finisher
• Laundry finisher
• Pleat finisher
• Presser
• Silk finisher
• Steam finisher
G983 Other Elemental Service Occupations
This unit group includes elemental occupations, not elsewhere classified, primarily concerned with the
provision of services. Those in occupations in this unit group are employed by a wide range of retail service
and other establishments, and may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Beauty salon attendant
• Car jockey
• Cloakroom attendant
• Door attendant (except hotel)
• Funeral home attendant
• Fur storage attendant
• Hotel valet
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Laundromat attendant
Parking lot attendant
Shoe shiner
Tanning salon attendant
Ticket taker
Toll booth attendant
H – Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators and Related
Occupations
Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with contracting, supervising and
doing trades work; and supervising and operating transportation equipment and heavy equipment.
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H0 Contractors and Supervisors in Trades and Transportation
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with supervising trades and transportation
workers.
H01 Contractors and Supervisors, Trades and Related Workers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising trades and transportation
workers.
H011 Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers classified in the following
unit groups: Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors (H311), Tool and Die Makers (H312) and
Machining Tool Operators (J191). They are employed by metal products manufacturing companies and
machine shops.
Example titles
• Foreman / woman, automotive machine
shop
• Foreman / woman, machinists
• Foreman / woman, maintenance machine
shop
• Foreman / woman, tool and die makers
• Supervisor, machine shop
• Supervisor, machinists
• Supervisor, metal mould and metal
patternmakers
• Supervisor, tool and die inspectors
H012 Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications
Occupations
This unit group includes telecommunications and electrical trade contractors who own and operate their
own businesses. This group also includes supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the activities of
workers classified in the following unit groups: Electricians (H211), Industrial Electricians (H212), Power
System Electricians (H213), Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers (H214), Telecommunications Line and
Cable Workers (H215), Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers (H216) and Cable Television
Service and Maintenance Technicians (H217). They are employed in a wide range of establishments; places
of employment are indicated in the above unit group descriptions.
Example titles
• Electrical contractor
• Foreman / woman, cablevision technicians
• Foreman / woman, construction electricians
• Foreman / woman, industrial electricians
• Foreman / woman, power line and cable
workers
• Foreman / woman, power system
electricians
• Foreman / woman, telecommunications
installation and repair workers
• Supervisor, cable maintenance and repair
• Supervisor, plant electricians
• Supervisor, residential electricians
H013 Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades
This unit group includes plumbing and other pipefitting trade contractors who own and operate their
own businesses. This group also includes supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the activities of
workers classified in the following unit groups: Plumbers (H111), Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler
System Installers (H112) and Gas Fitters (H113). They are employed by construction companies, mechanical,
plumbing and pipefitting trade contractors and maintenance departments of industrial, commercial and
manufacturing establishments.
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Example titles
• Contractor, pipefitting
• Contractor, plumbing
• Foreman / woman, gas fitters
• Foreman / woman, pipefitters
• Foreman / woman, plumbers
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• Foreman / woman, steamfitters
• Supervisor, gas fitters
• Supervisor, plumbers
• Supervisor, steamfitters
H014 Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades
This unit group includes sheet metal, ironwork, welding and boilermaking trade contractors who own
and operate their own businesses. This group also includes supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate
the activities of workers classified in the following unit groups: Sheet Metal Workers (H321), Boilermakers
(H322), Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters (H323), Ironworkers (H324), Welders
and Related Machine Operators (H326) and Blacksmiths and Die Setters (H325). They are employed by
structural, platework and related metal products fabrication, manufacturing and erecting companies.
Example titles
• Contractor, ironwork
• Foreman / woman, blacksmiths
• Foreman / woman, boilermakers
• Foreman / woman, ironworkers
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Supervisor, boilermakers
Supervisor, sheet metal workers
Supervisor, structural metal fitters
Supervisor, welders
H015 Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades
This unit group includes carpentry and cabinetmaking trade contractors who own and operate their own
businesses. This group also includes supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers
classified in the following unit groups: Carpenters (H121) and Cabinetmakers (H122). They are employed
by construction companies, carpentry contractors, maintenance departments of industrial establishments,
and custom furniture and fixture manufacturing or repair companies.
Exclusion
• Supervisors, production line cabinet making (J024, Supervisors, Furniture and Fixtures
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Cabinetmaking contractor
• Carpentry contractor
• Foreman / woman, finish carpenters
• Foreman / woman, form builders
• Foreman / woman, framers
• Foreman / woman, maintenance carpenters
• Supervisor, carpenters
H016 Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades
This unit group includes heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, millwrighting and elevator installation
trade contractors who own and operate their own businesses. This group also includes supervisors who
supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers classified in unit groups within the following minor
groups: Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle) (H41), Automotive
Service Technicians (H42) and Other Mechanics (H43). They are employed in a wide range of establishments;
places of employment are indicated in the unit group descriptions.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women of workers who repair electrical industrial equipment (H012, Contractors and
Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations).
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Example titles
• Contractor, heating systems
• Foreman / woman, air conditioning and
refrigeration mechanics
• Foreman / woman, aircraft mechanics and
inspectors
• Foreman / woman, electrical mechanics
• Foreman / woman, heating systems
mechanics
• Foreman / woman, heavy-duty equipment
mechanics
• Foreman / woman, printing machine
repairers
• Foreman / woman, railway car repairers
• Foreman / woman, railway equipment
maintenance inspectors
• Foreman / woman, textile machine
mechanics
• Supervisor, aircraft maintenance engineers
(AME)
• Supervisor, appliance repair shop
• Supervisor, industrial mechanics
• Supervisor, motor vehicle repair shop
• Supervisor, small-engine repair shop
H017 Contractors and Supervisors, Heavy Construction Equipment Crews
This unit group includes excavating, grading, paving, drilling and blasting contractors who own and
operate their own business. This unit group also includes supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the
activities of workers classified in the following unit groups: Crane Operators (H621), Drillers and Blasters Surface Mining, Quarrying and Construction (H622), Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane) (H611),
Longshore Workers (H811), Material Handlers (H812), Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators
(H612), Railway Track Maintenance Workers (H732) and Water Well Drillers (H623). They are employed in
a wide range of establishments; places of employment are indicated in the above unit group descriptions.
Example titles
• Excavating contractor
• Foreman / woman, demolition
• Foreman / woman, drilling and blasting construction
• Foreman / woman, logging road
construction
• Foreman / woman, railway gang
• Foreman / woman, railway track
maintenance
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Paving contractor
Pipeline construction supervisor
Road maintenance foreman / woman
Section foreman / woman, railway
Supervisor, heavy equipment operators
Supervisor, oil field construction
Supervisor, water well drilling
Track foreman / woman - railway
H018 Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who produce camera
work and printing plates and cylinders, process film, print text and illustrations on paper, metal and
other material, and bind and finish printed products. They are employed by companies that specialize in
commercial printing or one of its components, such as binding or colour reproduction, in combined printing
and publishing companies, such as newspapers and magazines, and in various establishments in both the
public and private sectors that have in-house printing departments.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising printing on textiles (J016, Supervisors, Textile Processing).
Example titles
• Bindery foreman / woman - printing
• Bindery supervisor - printing
• Composing room supervisor - printing
• Film processing supervisor
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woman
• Platemaking supervisor - printing
• Preparatory supervisor - printing
• Prepress supervisor - printing
• Pressroom supervisor - printing
• Printing supervisor
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H019 Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers
and Servicers
This unit group includes roofing, masonry, painting and other construction trade contractors, not elsewhere
classified, who own and operate their own business. Supervisors in this unit group supervise and
co-ordinate the activities of various tradespersons, installers, repairers and servicers classified in the
following minor groups: Masonry and Plastering Trades (H13), Other Construction Trades (H14) and Other
Installers, Repairers and Servicers (H53). They are employed by a wide range of establishments; places
of employment are indicated in the unit group descriptions. This unit group also includes prefabricated
product installation and service contractors and proprietors of some repair and service establishments.
Example titles
• Bricklaying contractor
• Cement finishing contractor
• Foreman / woman, glaziers
• Foreman / woman, insulators
• Foreman / woman, plasterers
• Painting contractor
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Pest control supervisor
Roofing contractor
Supervisor, bicycle repair shop
Supervisor, painters and decorators
Supervisor, tilesetters
H02 Supervisors, Railway and Motor Transportation Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising train operators and workers
that support railway operations; and supervising truck drivers, bus drivers, subway operators and taxi and
related drivers.
H021 Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of railway and yard locomotive
engineers, railway yard workers and railway labourers. They are employed by railway transport companies.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of dispatchers (C175, Railway Traffic Controllers and Marine Traffic Regulators);
• Supervisors of track maintenance workers (H017, Contractors and Supervisors, Heavy Construction
Equipment Crews); and
• Foremen/women of light rail transit operators (H022, Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other
Ground Transit Operators).
Example titles
• Railway transport operations supervisor
• Road foreman / woman, freight train
• Stationmaster
• Trainmaster
• Yard foreman / woman - railway
• Yardmaster - railway
H022 Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit Operators
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate activities of truck drivers, bus drivers, delivery
drivers, subway and other transit operators, chauffeurs and taxi and limousine drivers. This unit group
also includes bus dispatchers who co-ordinate the activities of transit system bus drivers and subway traffic
controllers who operate and monitor signal and track switch control panels. They are employed by motor
transportation and ground transit companies and by urban transit systems.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of workers operating railway trains (H021, Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations).
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Example titles
• Bus inspector
• Dispatcher, bus
• Foreman / woman, truck drivers
• Foreman / woman, urban transit system
• Mobile inspector, transit
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Subway traffic controller
Supervisor, light rail transit (LRT) operators
Supervisor, school bus drivers
Supervisor, subway operators
H1 Construction Trades
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with carpentry, plumbing, pipefitting, masonry,
plastering, cement finishing, tile setting, roofing, glazing, painting, insulating, and installing floorcovering.
Electrical trades are classified in major group H2 - Stationary Engineers, Power Station Operators and
Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations.
H11 Plumbers, Pipefitters and Gas Fitters
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with installing, repairing and maintaining water
distribution and waste water systems in buildings; steam and hot water heating systems; liquid chemical
distribution; sprinkler systems; and gas piping for appliances or manufacturing processes.
H111 Plumbers
Plumbers install, repair and maintain pipes, fixtures and other plumbing equipment used for water
distribution and waste water disposal in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. They are
employed in maintenance departments of factories, plants and similar establishments, by plumbing
contractors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising plumbers (H013, Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades); and
• Pipefitters (H112, Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers).
Example titles
• Maintenance plumber
• Plumber
• Plumber apprentice
• Plumbing mechanic
H112 Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers
Steamfitters and pipefitters lay out, assemble, fabricate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair piping systems
carrying water, steam, chemicals and fuel in heating, cooling, lubricating and other process piping systems.
Sprinkler system installers fabricate, install, test, maintain and repair water, foam, carbon dioxide and dry
chemical sprinkler systems in buildings for fire protection purposes. Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler
system installers are employed in maintenance departments of factories, plants and similar establishments,
and by pipefitting and sprinkler system contractors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising steam fitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers (H013,
Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades);
• Plumbers (H111, Plumbers);
• Gas fitters (H113, Gas Fitters); and
• Water pipelayers (H821, Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers).
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Example titles
• Apprentice pipefitter-steamfitter
• Fire protection mechanic
• Fire sprinkler fitter
• Marine pipefitter
• Pipefitter
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Sprinkler system installer
Sprinkler system installer apprentice
Steamfitter
H113 Gas Fitters
Gas fitters install, inspect, repair and maintain gas lines and gas equipment such as meters, regulators,
heating units and appliances in residential, commercial and industrial establishments. They are employed
by gas utility companies and gas servicing companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising gas fitters (H013, Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades);
• Steamfitters (H112, Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers); and
• Workers that install and maintain the underground gas distribution mains (H532, Waterworks and
Gas Maintenance Workers).
Example titles
• Gas customer servicer
• Gas fitter
• Gas fitter apprentice
• Gas servicer
• Gas technician
H12 Carpenters and Cabinetmakers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with constructing, repairing and maintaining
structures made of wood or wood substitutes, and constructing and repairing wooden cabinets, furniture
and fixtures.
H121 Carpenters
Carpenters construct, erect, install, maintain and repair structures and components of structures
made of wood, wood substitutes, lightweight steel and other materials. They are employed by
construction companies, carpentry contractors, and maintenance departments of factories, plants and
other establishments, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising carpenters (H015, Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades);
• Cabinetmakers (H122, Cabinetmakers); and
• Workers that lay hardwood or parquet floors (H145, Floor Covering Installers).
Example titles
• Apprentice carpenter
• Carpenter
• Finish carpenter
• Journeyman / woman carpenter
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Maintenance carpenter
Metal framer - carpentry
Renovation carpenter
Rough carpenter
H122 Cabinetmakers
Cabinetmakers use a variety of woods and laminates to construct and repair wooden cabinets, furniture,
fixtures and related products. They are employed by furniture manufacturing or repair companies,
construction companies and cabinetmaking contractors, or they may be self-employed.
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Exclusions
• Foremen/women of cabinetmakers (H015, Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades);
• Carpenters (H121, Carpenters);
• Workers that use woodworking machines to produce wooden furniture parts and furniture on a mass
production basis in manufacturing plants (J193, Woodworking Machine Operators);
• Furniture and fixture assemblers (J222, Furniture and Fixture Assemblers and Inspectors); and
• Furniture finishers and refinishers (J224, Furniture Finishers and Refinishers).
Example titles
• Cabinetmaker
• Cabinetmaker apprentice
• Custom wood furniture maker
• Furniture cabinetmaker
H13 Masonry and Plastering Trades
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with laying bricks or blocks; finishing concrete;
setting clay or ceramic tiles; plastering; and drywall installation.
H131 Bricklayers
Bricklayers lay bricks, concrete blocks, stone and other similar materials to construct or repair walls,
arches, chimneys, fireplaces and other structures in accordance with blueprints and specifications. They
are employed by construction companies and bricklaying contractors or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising bricklayers and stonemasons (H019, Contractors and Supervisors,
Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers).
Example titles
• Apprentice bricklayer
• Bricklayer
• Brickmason
• Refractory bricklayer
• Stonecutter
• Stonemason
H132 Concrete Finishers
Concrete finishers smooth and finish freshly poured concrete, apply curing or surface treatments and
install, maintain and restore various masonry structures such as foundations, floors, ceilings, sidewalks,
roads, patios and high rise buildings. They are employed by construction companies, cement and concrete
contractors and manufacturers of precast concrete products, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising cement finishers (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other
Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers); and
• Concrete pourers and concrete form strippers (H821, Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers).
Example titles
• Cement finisher apprentice
• Cement mason
• Concrete finisher
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• Precast concrete finisher
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H133 Tilesetters
Tilesetters cover interior and exterior walls, floors and ceilings with ceramic, marble and quarry tile, mosaics
or terrazzo. They are employed by construction companies and masonry contractors, or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising tilesetters (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction
Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers); and
• Workers that lay vinyl tile or carpet (H145, Floor Covering Installers).
Example titles
• Apprentice tilesetter
• Ceramic tile installer
• Marble setter
• Terrazzo polisher
• Terrazzo worker
• Tile installer
• Tilesetter
H134 Plasterers, Drywall Installers and Finishers and Lathers
Plasterers apply finish, and maintain and restore plaster or similar materials, on interior and exterior walls,
ceilings and building partitions to produce plain or decorative surfaces. Drywall installers and finishers
install and finish drywall sheets and various types of ceiling systems. Lathers install support framework
for ceiling systems, interior and exterior walls and building partitions. They are employed by construction
companies and by plastering, drywalling and lathing contractors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising lathers, plasterers or drywalls installers and finishers (H019,
Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers).
Example titles
• Acoustical ceiling installer
• Ceiling installer
• Drywall applicator
• Drywall finisher
• Drywall installer and finisher apprentice
• Drywall taper
• Interior systems mechanic
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Lather
Lather apprentice
Plasterer
Plasterer apprentice
Sheetrock applicator
Wood lather
H14 Other Construction Trades
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with roofing; installing glass; insulating buildings
against temperature extremes; painting and decorating; and installing floor covering.
H141 Roofers and Shinglers
Roofers install, repair or replace flat roofs and shingles, shakes or other roofing tiles on sloped roofs.
Shinglers install and replace shingles, tiles and similar coverings on sloped roofs. They are employed by
roofing and general contractors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising roofers (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction
Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers).
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Example titles
• Apprentice roofer
• Asphalt roofer
• Built-up roofer
• Flat roofer
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Residential steep roofer
Roofer
Shingler
Single-ply roofer
H142 Glaziers
Glaziers cut, fit, install and replace glass in residential, commercial and industrial buildings, on exterior
walls of buildings and other structures and in furniture and other products. They are employed by
construction glass installation contractors, retail service and repair shops and glass fabrication shops, or
they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising glaziers (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction
Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers).
Example titles
• Glazier
• Glazier and metal mechanic
• Glazier apprentice
• Plate glass installer
• Stained glass glazier
• Structural glass glazier
H143 Insulators
Insulators apply insulation materials to plumbing, air-handling, heating, cooling and refrigeration systems,
piping equipment and pressure vessels, and walls, floors and ceilings of buildings and other structures, to
prevent or reduce the passage of heat, cold, sound or fire. They are employed by construction companies
and insulation contractors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising insulators (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction
Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers).
Example titles
• Boiler and pipe insulator
• Building insulator
• Firestopping insulator
• Heat and frost insulator
• Insulation applicator
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Insulation mechanic
Insulator
Insulator apprentice
Sound insulator
H144 Painters and Decorators
Painters and decorators apply paint, wallpaper and other finishes to interior and exterior surfaces of
buildings and other structures. They are employed by construction companies, painting contractors and
building maintenance contractors, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Artists (F036, Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists);
• Interior designers (F142, Interior Designers);
• Interior decorators (G211, Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks);
• Foremen/women supervising painters or decorators (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other
Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers);
• Furniture painters and decorators (J224, Furniture Finishers and Refinishers); and
• Spray painters that paint products other than furniture (J226, Painters and Coaters - Industrial).
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• Construction painter
• Maintenance painter
• Painter
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• Painter and decorator apprentice
• Paperhanger
H145 Floor Covering Installers
Floor covering installers install carpet, wood, linoleum, vinyl and other resilient floor coverings in
residential, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. They are employed by construction
companies, floor-covering contractors and carpet outlets, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising floor covering installers (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other
Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers); and
• Workers laying ceramic tile floors (H133, Tilesetters).
Example titles
• Carpet installer
• Carpet layer
• Floor covering installer
• Floor covering installer apprentice
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Floor covering mechanic
Hardwood floor layer
Resilient floor installer
Vinyl floor installer
H2 Stationary Engineers, Power Station Operators and Electrical Trades and
Telecommunications Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with operating and maintaining boilers, and
other stationary engines; operating electric power generation switchboards; installing and repairing
wiring systems; installing and repairing electrical equipment; constructing and maintaining power and
telecommunications lines; and maintaining cable television service.
H21 Electrical Trades and Telecommunication Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with installing and repairing wiring systems
in buildings and other structures; installing and repairing electrical equipment in industrial plants and
generating stations; constructing, repairing and maintaining power transmission and telecommunications
lines; and maintaining cable television service.
H211 Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System)
Electricians in this unit group lay out, assemble, install, test, troubleshoot and repair electrical wiring,
fixtures, control devices and related equipment in buildings and other structures. They are employed by
electrical contractors and maintenance departments of buildings and other establishments, or they may be
self-employed.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising electricians (H012, Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and
Telecommunications Occupations); and
• Electricians that install and maintain electrical wiring in factories, mines, shipyards and similar
industrial settings (H212, Industrial Electricians).
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Example titles
• Apprentice electrician
• Construction electrician
• Construction electrician apprentice
• Domestic and rural electrician
• Electrician
H212 Industrial Electricians
Industrial electricians install, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical equipment and
associated electrical and electronic controls. They are employed by electrical contractors and maintenance
departments of factories, plants, mines, shipyards and other industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising industrial electricians (H012, Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical
Trades and Telecommunications Occupations);
• Electricians that install and repair wiring in residential and non-industrial commercial buildings
(H211, Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System));
• Electricians that install and repair equipment at electrical power generating stations and transmission
substations (H213, Power System Electricians);
• Workers that construct, maintain and repair overhead and underground electrical power
transmission lines and distribution systems (H214, Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers); and
• Electricians that specialize in repairing the electrical motors and similar components of electrically
powered industrial machinery (H433, Electrical Mechanics).
Example titles
• Electrician, shipyard
• Industrial electrician
• Industrial electrician apprentice
• Marine electrician
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Mine electrician
Plant electrician
Plant maintenance electrician
H213 Power System Electricians
Power system electricians install, maintain, test and repair electrical power generation, transmission
and distribution system equipment and apparatus. They are employed by electric power generation,
transmission and distribution companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising power system electricians (H012, Contractors and Supervisors,
Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations);
• Electricians that install and repair wiring in residential and non industrial commercial buildings
(H211, Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System));
• Electricians that install and maintain electrical wiring in factories, mines, shipyards and similar
industrial settings (H212, Industrial Electricians); and
• Electricians that specialize in repairing the electrical motors and similar components of electrically
powered industrial machinery (H433, Electrical Mechanics).
Example titles
• Apprentice power system electrician
• Power electrician
• Power station electrician
• Power system electrician
H214 Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers
Electrical power line and cable workers construct, maintain and repair overhead and underground
electrical power transmission and distribution systems. They are employed by electric power generation,
transmission and distribution companies, electrical contractors and public utility commissions.
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Exclusions
• Foremen/women, electric powerline (H012, Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and
Telecommunications Occupations);
• Electricians installing and repairing equipment at electrical generating stations and transmission
substations (H213, Power System Electricians); and
• Workers working on telephone, cable television and other telecommunications lines (H215,
Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers).
Example titles
• Apprentice lineman / woman - electric
power systems
• Cable installer - electrical power
• Cable splicer - electrical power
• Construction lineman / woman - electrical
power line
• Power line patroller
• Power lineman / woman
• Powerline technician
H215 Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers
Telecommunications line and cable workers install, repair and maintain telecommunication lines and cables.
They are employed by cable television companies and by telephone and other telecommunications services.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, telecommunication line workers (H012, Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical
Trades and Telecommunications Occupations); and
• Workers that repair and maintain (but not install) the transmission lines for cable television and those
who maintain and install cable television services in homes and commercial buildings (H217, Cable
Television Service and Maintenance Technicians).
Example titles
• Apprentice lineman / woman telecommunications
• Cable repairer, telecommunications
• Communication technician - construction
• Construction technician - cable television
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Lineman / woman, telecommunications
Splicer technician - telephone
Telecommunications line installer
Telephone line technician
H216 Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers
Telecommunications installation and repair workers install, test, maintain and repair telephones, telephone
switching equipment and telecommunications equipment related to transmission and processing of voice,
video signals and other data over a variety of media including fibre optics, microwave, radio and satellite.
They are employed by telephone and other telecommunications transmission services establishments.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, telecommunication installers and repairers (H012, Contractors and Supervisors,
Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations).
Example titles
• Apprentice communication electrician switching
• Cellular telephone technician
• Central office technician
• Communication technician, telephone
• Exchange tester - telecommunications
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Mobile radio installer
Private branch exchange (PBX) installer
Switch network installer and repairer
Telecommunications equipment technician
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H217 Cable Television Service and Maintenance Technicians
Cable television service technicians install, maintain and repair cable and satellite television and Internet
signal and associated equipment in homes and commercial buildings. Cable television maintenance
technicians maintain and repair cable television transmission and distribution systems and associated
hardware. They are employed by cable and satellite television companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising cable television service and maintenance technicians (H012,
Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations); and
• Workers who only install main aerial or underground cable television lines and cables (H215,
Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers).
Example titles
• Apprentice community antenna television
(CATV) technician
• Cable television installer
• Cablevision servicer
• CATV technician
• Direct broadcast satellite (DBS) technician cable television
• Installation technician, cable television
• Maintenance technician, cable television
H22 Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating and maintaining boilers,
generators and other stationary engines, and operating electric power generation switchboards and related
equipment.
H221 Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators
Stationary engineers and auxiliary equipment operators operate and maintain various types of
stationary engines and auxiliary equipment to provide heat, light, power and other utility services for
commercial, industrial and institutional buildings and other work sites. They are employed in industrial
and manufacturing plants, hospitals, universities, government, utilities, hotels and other commercial
establishments.
Exclusions
• Professional engineers (C03, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical Engineers; or C04, Other
Engineers);
• Power station operators for power utilities (H222, Power Systems and Power Station Operators); and
• Foremen/women supervising stationary engineers and auxiliary equipment operators (J012,
Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities).
Example titles
• Auxiliary plant operator
• Boiler operator
• Power engineer
• Power engineer apprentice
• Stationary engineer
• Stationary engineer apprentice
• Steam plant operator
H222 Power Systems and Power Station Operators
Power systems operators monitor and operate switchboards and related equipment in electrical control
centres to control the distribution of electrical power in transmission networks. Power station operators
operate reactors, turbines, boilers, generators and other related equipment in electrical generating stations
and substations. They are employed by electric power utilities and by some large manufacturing facilities.
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Exclusions
• Boiler operators who operate boilers to provide electricity only for a factory or building and not for
distribution by a utility (H221, Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators); and
• Foremen/women supervising power systems and power station operators (J012, Supervisors,
Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities).
Example titles
• Apprentice power dispatcher
• Chief operator, area dispatch
• Diesel station operator
• Distribution control operator
• Generating station operator
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Power dispatcher
Power plant operator
Power system operator
H3 Machinists, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with setting-up and operating machine-tools;
forming and shaping sheet metal or steel plate; and erecting structural metal or platework.
H31 Machinists and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with setting-up and operating metal shaping
machine-tools to make tools, dies or other products that require working to close tolerances.
H311 Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors
Machinists set up and operate a variety of machine tools to cut or grind metal, plastic or other materials
to make or modify parts or products with precise dimensions. Machining and tooling inspectors inspect
machined parts and tooling in order to maintain quality control standards. They are employed by
machinery, equipment, motor vehicle, automotive parts, aircraft and other metal products manufacturing
companies and by machine shops.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women of machinists (H011, Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations);
• Tool and die makers (H312, Tool and Die Makers);
• Workers who operate machining tools set-up for repetitive-type work (J191, Machining Tool
Operators); and
• Forging press operators (J192, Forging Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Automotive machinist
• Aviation machinist
• General machinist
• Machine shop inspector
• Machined parts inspector
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Machining inspector
Machinist
Machinist apprentice
Tooling inspector
H312 Tool and Die Makers
Tool and die makers make, repair and modify custom-made, prototype or special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures
and gauges using various metals, alloys and plastics which require precise dimensions. They are employed
primarily in manufacturing industries such as automobile, aircraft, metal fabrication, electrical machinery
and plastics, and in tool and die, mould making and machine shops. This unit group also includes metal
patternmakers and metal mould makers.
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Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising tool and die makers (H011, Supervisors, Machinists and Related
Occupations);
• Machinists (H311, Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors);
• Sheet metal model makers (H321, Sheet Metal Workers); and
• Ceramic and sand mould makers (J122, Foundry Workers).
Example titles
• Die finisher
• Die maker
• Jig maker
• Metal mould maker
• Metal patternmaker
• Metal patternmaker apprentice
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Mould maker apprentice
Mould maker - plastics processing
Tool and die maker
Tool and die maker apprentice
Toolmaker
H32 Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with fabricating sheet metal products, making
boilers, fabricating structural metal components, installing concrete re-inforcing materials, erecting steel
structures, welding and forging.
H321 Sheet Metal Workers
Sheet metal workers fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal products. They are employed by sheet
metal fabrication shops, sheet metal products manufacturing companies, sheet metal work contractors and
various industrial sectors.
Exclusions
• Sheet metal workers foremen/women (H014, Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping
and Erecting Trades);
• Structural metal fabricators (H323, Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters); and
• Sheet metal working machine operators working on a mass production basis (J194, Metalworking
Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Apprentice sheet metal worker
• Sheet metal fabricator
• Sheet metal mechanic
• Sheet metal worker
• Tinsmith
H322 Boilermakers
Boilermakers fabricate, assemble, erect, test, maintain and repair boilers, vessels, tanks, towers, heat
exchangers and other heavy-metal structures. They are employed in boiler fabrication, manufacturing,
shipbuilding, construction, electric power generation and similar industrial establishments.
Exclusions
• Boilermakers foremen/women (H014, Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and
Erecting Trades); and
• Platework fabricators (H323, Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters).
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Example titles
• Boiler fitter
• Boiler installer
• Boilermaker
• Boilermaker apprentice
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Industrial boilermaker
Marine boilermaker
Pressure vessel fabricator
H323 Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters
Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters fabricate, assemble, fit and install steel or other metal
components for buildings, bridges, tanks, towers, boilers, pressure vessels and other similar structures and
products. They are employed in structural steel, boiler and platework fabrication plants and by heavy
machinery manufacturing and shipbuilding companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters (H014,
Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades);
• Industrial and construction boilermakers (H322, Boilermakers); and
• Welder-fitters (H326, Welders and Related Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Metal fabricator
• Plater
• Platework fitter
• Shipfitter
• Shipfitter apprentice
• Steel fabricator
• Structural steel fitter
H324 Ironworkers
Ironworkers fabricate, erect, hoist, install, repair and service structural ironwork, precast concrete, concrete
reinforcing materials, curtain walls, ornamental iron and other metals used in the construction of buildings,
bridges, highways, dams and other structures and equipment. They are employed by construction ironwork
contractors.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising ironworkers (H014, Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming,
Shaping and Erecting Trades); and
• Welders (H326, Welders and Related Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Ironworker
• Ironworker apprentice
• Ironworker - metal building systems erector
• Ornamental ironworker
• Reinforcing ironworker
• Structural steel erector
H325 Blacksmiths and Die Setters
Blacksmiths forge a variety of metal items, such as tools, chains, wrought iron fixtures, agricultural
implements and structural components. Die setters set up forging machines, such as forging presses, drop
hammers, forging rolls and upsetters. They are employed primarily by fabricated metal products, machinery
and transportation equipment manufacturing companies.
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Exclusions
• Blacksmiths and die setters foremen/women (H014, Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming,
Shaping and Erecting Trades);
• Ironworkers (H324, Ironworkers);
• Blacksmiths called farriers who shape, fit and nail horseshoes to horses’ hooves (H523, Other Trades
and Related Occupations); and
• Forging machine operators (J192, Forging Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Anvilsmith
• Blacksmith
• Die setter
• Hammersmith
• Toolsmith
H326 Welders and Related Machine Operators
Welders operate welding equipment to weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals. This unit group also
includes machine operators who operate previously set up production welding, brazing and soldering
equipment. They are employed by companies that manufacture structural steel and platework, boilers,
heavy machinery, aircraft and ships and other metal products, and by welding contractors and welding
shops, or they may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Aviation welding technician
• Brazing machine operator
• Brazing machine setter
• Electric arc welder
• Journeyman / woman welder
• Laser welding operator
• Pressure vessel welder
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Soldering machine operator
Spot welder
Welder
Welder apprentice
Welder-fitter
H4 Mechanics
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with installing, repairing and maintaining
machinery, transportation equipment, appliances and other mechanical equipment.
H41 Machinery and Transportation Equipment Mechanics (Except Motor Vehicle)
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with installing, overhauling, repairing or
maintaining industrial machinery, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, railway rolling-stock,
aircraft and elevators. Motor vehicle mechanics are classified in minor group H42 - Motor Vehicle
Mechanics.
H411 Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile)
Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair stationary
industrial machinery and mechanical equipment. Construction millwrights are employed by millwrighting
contractors. Industrial mechanics are employed in manufacturing plants, utilities and other industrial
establishments.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women that supervise industrial mechanics and millwrights (H016, Contractors and
Supervisors, Mechanic Trades);
• Workers that repair heavy equipment such as bulldozers (H412, Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics);
• Heavy equipment assemblers (H416, Machine Fitters); and
• Workers that repair textile machinery (H417, Textile Machinery Mechanics and Repairers).
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Example titles
• Construction millwright
• Industrial mechanic
• Industrial mechanic apprentice
• Maintenance millwright
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Millwright apprentice
Plant equipment mechanic
Treatment plant maintenance mechanic
H412 Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics
Heavy-duty equipment mechanics repair, troubleshoot, adjust, overhaul and maintain mobile heavy-duty
equipment used in construction, transportation, forestry, mining, oil and gas, material handling,
landscaping, land clearing, farming and similar activities. They are employed by companies which
own and operate heavy equipment, and by heavy equipment dealers, rental and service establishments,
and railway transport companies and urban transit systems.
Exclusions
• Heavy-duty equipment mechanics foremen/women (H016, Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic
Trades);
• Industrial mechanics (H411, Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile));
• Heavy equipment assemblers (H416, Machine Fitters);
• Textile machinery mechanics (H417, Textile Machinery Mechanics and Repairers); and
• Truck mechanics (H421, Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical
Repairers).
Example titles
• Construction equipment mechanic
• Diesel mechanic - heavy equipment
• Farm equipment mechanic
• Heavy equipment mechanic
• Heavy mobile logging equipment mechanic
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Heavy-duty equipment mechanic apprentice
Heavy-duty equipment technician
Locomotive mechanic
Tractor mechanic
H413 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics
Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics install, maintain, repair and overhaul residential central
air conditioning systems, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems and
combined heating, ventilation and cooling systems. They are employed by refrigeration and air conditioning
installation contractors, various industrial settings, food wholesalers, engineering firms and retail and
servicing establishments. Transport refrigeration mechanics are included in this unit group.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics (H016, Contractors and
Supervisors, Mechanic Trades); and
• Window-type air conditioner repairers and domestic refrigerator servicers (H432, Electric Appliance
Servicers and Repairers).
Example titles
• Central air conditioning mechanic
• Commercial air conditioning mechanic
• Heating and cooling mechanic
• Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
(HVAC) mechanic
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• Refrigeration mechanic
• Transport refrigeration mechanic
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H414 Railway Carmen / women
Railway carmen/women inspect, troubleshoot, maintain and repair structural and mechanical components
of railway freight, passenger and urban transit rail cars. They are employed by railway transport companies
and urban transit systems.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising railway carmen/women (H016, Contractors and Supervisors,
Mechanic Trades); and
• Locomotive mechanics (H412, Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics).
Example titles
• Rail vehicle mechanic
• Railway car inspector
• Railway carman / woman
• Railway carman / woman apprentice
• Streetcar and subway car mechanic
H415 Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors
Aircraft mechanics maintain, repair, overhaul, modify and test aircraft structural and mechanical and
hydraulic systems. Aircraft inspectors inspect aircraft and aircraft systems following manufacture,
modification, maintenance, repair or overhaul. Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors are employed by
aircraft manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul establishments, and by airlines, the armed forces
and other aircraft operators.
Exclusions
• Mechanics, technicians and inspectors of aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics systems (C144,
Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and Avionics Mechanics, Technicians and Inspectors);
• Foremen/women supervising aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors (H016, Contractors and
Supervisors, Mechanic Trades); and
• Aircraft engine assemblers (H416, Machine Fitters).
Example titles
• Aircraft gas turbine engine technician
• Aircraft inspector
• Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME)
(except avionics)
• Aircraft mechanic
• Aircraft structural repair technician
• Aircraft systems inspector
• Aviation mechanical component shop
technician
• Certified aircraft technician
• Hydraulic mechanic, aircraft
• Inspector, flight test
• Inspector, repair and overhaul
• Shop inspector, aircraft repair
H416 Machine Fitters
Machine fitters fit, assemble and otherwise build heavy industrial machinery and transportation equipment,
including aircraft engines. They are employed in industrial machinery and transportation equipment
manufacturing industries.
Exclusions
• Assemblers and fitters of electrical industrial equipment (J215, Assemblers, Fabricators and
Inspectors, Industrial Electrical Motors and Transformers); and
• Mechanical assemblers and assembly inspectors working at a work station on a progressive assembly
line (J216, Mechanical Assemblers and Inspectors).
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• Aircraft engine fitter
• Assembly fitter
• Heavy equipment fitter
• Machine builder
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• Machine tool builder
• Mechanical fitter
H417 Textile Machinery Mechanics and Repairers
Textile machinery mechanics and repairers install, maintain, repair, overhaul and set up textile machinery
such as looms, knitting machines, spinning frames and carding machines. They are employed by textile
manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising textile mechanics and repairers (H016, Contractors and Supervisors,
Mechanic Trades); and
• Millwrights (H411, Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile)).
Example titles
• Card fixer
• Card grinder
• Fixer, textile machinery
• Knitting machine mechanic
• Loom fixer
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Mechanic, textile machines
Open-end technician
Spinning fixer
Textile fixer
H418 Elevator Constructors and Mechanics
Elevator constructors and mechanics assemble, install, maintain and repair freight and passenger elevators,
escalators, moving walkways and other related equipment. They are employed by elevator construction
and maintenance companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising elevator constructors and mechanics (H016, Contractors and
Supervisors, Mechanic Trades).
Example titles
• Elevator constructor
• Elevator mechanic
• Elevator mechanic apprentice
• Escalator repairer
H42 Automotive Service Technicians
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with the mechanical and body repairing of motor
vehicles.
H421 Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical
Repairers
Automotive service technicians and truck and bus mechanics inspect, diagnose, repair and service
mechanical, electrical and electronic systems and components of cars, buses, and light and commercial
transport trucks. They are employed by motor vehicle dealers, garages, truck and trailer dealerships,
fleet maintenance companies, and service stations, automotive specialty shops, transportation companies
and retail establishments which have automotive service shops. This unit group also includes mechanical
repairers who perform major repairs and replacement of mechanical units on newly assembled motor
vehicles. They are employed by motor vehicle manufacturing companies.
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Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising automotive service mechanics and mechanical repairers (H016,
Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades); and
• Workers that do repairs to motor vehicles bodies (H422, Motor Vehicle Body Repairers).
Example titles
• Automobile mechanic
• Automotive service technician
• Automotive service technician apprentice
• Bus mechanic
• Car mechanic
• Mechanical upgrader - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Motor repairer - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Motor vehicle mechanic
• Transmission mechanic
• Truck and transport mechanic
• Truck-trailer repairer
• Tune-up specialist - motor vehicle
H422 Motor Vehicle Body Repairers
Motor vehicle body repairers repair and restore damaged motor vehicle body parts and interior finishing;
repaint body surfaces; and repair and/or replace automotive glass. They are employed by automobile
dealerships, automobile body repair shops and automobile appraisal centres. This unit group also includes
metal repairers who repair defective automobile body parts and damage to the bodies of newly assembled
cars. They are employed by motor vehicle manufacturers.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising motor vehicle body repairers (H016, Contractors and Supervisors,
Mechanic Trades);
• Mechanics who service motor vehicle mechanical, electrical and electronic systems (H421,
Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical Repairers); and
• Assembly line painters in automobile manufacturing (J226, Painters and Coaters - Industrial).
Example titles
• Autobody repairer
• Automotive body mechanic
• Automotive glass technician
• Automotive painter apprentice
• Automotive painter - motor vehicle repair
• Metal finisher - motor vehicle manufacturing
• Metal repairer - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Motor vehicle body repairer apprentice
• Motor vehicle body technician - truck
• Painter - motor vehicle repair
H43 Other Mechanics
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with installing, overhauling, repairing or
maintaining oil burners, appliances, electric motors and other electrical apparatus, small engines and other
mechanical equipment.
H431 Oil and Solid Fuel Heating Mechanics
Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics install and maintain oil, coal and wood heating systems in residential
and commercial buildings. They are employed by heating systems installation and service companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women of oil and solid fuel heating mechanics (H016, Contractors and Supervisors,
Mechanic Trades).
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Example titles
• Heating system mechanic
• Heating technician
• Oil burner apprentice
• Oil burner installer
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Oil burner mechanic apprentice
Oil burner mechanic, residential
Wood burner installer
H432 Electric Appliance Servicers and Repairers
Electric appliance servicers and repairers service and repair domestic electrical appliances. They are
employed by repair shops, appliance service companies and repair departments of retail and wholesale
establishments.
Exclusions
• Workers that repair consumer electronic products such as stereos, televisions and radios (C142,
Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment));
• Foremen/women of electric appliance servicers (H016, Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic
Trades);
• Gas appliance servicers and repairers (H113, Gas Fitters); and
• Workers that repair industrial or commercial heating and refrigeration units (H413, Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Mechanics).
Example titles
• Appliance repairer apprentice
• Appliance service technician
• Appliance service technician apprentice
• Appliance servicer
• Dishwasher repairer
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Service technician - electrical appliances
Stove repairer
Vacuum cleaner repairer
Washing machine servicer
H433 Electrical Mechanics
Electrical mechanics maintain, test, rebuild and repair electric motors, transformers, switchgear and other
electrical apparatus. They are employed by independent electrical repair shops, service shops of electrical
equipment manufacturers and maintenance departments of manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Aircraft electrical mechanics (C144, Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and Avionics Mechanics,
Technicians and Inspectors);
• Supervisors of electrical mechanics (H016, Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades);
• Workers primarily concerned with installing, testing and maintaining wiring, switches, transformers
and the other electrical controls to produce power feeds to operate the machinery in factories, mines,
shipyards and similar industrial settings (H212, Industrial Electricians); and
• Workers involved in assembly for the original manufacture of electrical switchgear and in assembling
and winding coils for the original manufacture of industrial electric motors and transformers (J215,
Assemblers, Fabricators and Inspectors, Industrial Electrical Motors and Transformers).
Example titles
• Armature winder repairer
• Coil winder and repairer
• Electric motor systems technician
• Electrical mechanic
• Electrical mechanic apprentice
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Electrical transformer repairer
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H434 Motorcycle and Other Related Mechanics
Mechanics in this unit group test, repair and service motorcycles, motor scooters, snowmobiles, forklifts
and all-terrain vehicles. They are employed by service shops of motorcycle dealers and retailers and by
independent service establishments.
Exclusion
• Motorcycles and other related mechanics foremen/women (H016, Contractors and Supervisors,
Mechanic Trades).
Example titles
• All-terrain vehicle repairer
• Forklift mechanic
• Industrial truck repairer
• Motor scooter repairer
• Motorcycle mechanic
• Motorcycle mechanic apprentice
• Snowmobile repairer
H435 Other Small Engine and Equipment Mechanics
Mechanics in this unit group test, repair and service small gasoline and diesel-powered equipment, such as
garden tractors, outboard motors, lawn mowers and other related equipment. They are employed by dealer
service shops and by independent service establishments.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, small engine and equipment mechanics (H016, Contractors and Supervisors,
Mechanic Trades); and
• Motorcycle repairers (H434, Motorcycle and Other Related Mechanics).
Example titles
• Air-cooled engine mechanic
• Lawn and garden equipment technician
• Lawn mower repairer, gasoline powered
• Motor boat mechanic
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Small engine technician
Small equipment mechanic apprentice
Small equipment repairer
H5 Other Trades n.e.c.
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with upholstering; making and repairing shoes,
jewellery and watches; operating printing presses; commercial diving; and other trades not elsewhere
classified.
H51 Upholsterers, Tailors, Shoe Repairers, Jewellers and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with upholstering; making clothing, jewellery and
shoes; and shoe repairing.
H511 Upholsterers
Upholsterers cover furniture, fixtures and similar items with fabric, leather or other upholstery materials.
They are employed by furniture, aircraft, motor vehicle and other manufacturing companies, furniture retail
outlets and repair shops or they may be self-employed.
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Example titles
• Aircraft interior technician
• Automobile upholsterer
• Custom upholsterer
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• Upholsterer
• Upholstery repairer
H512 Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Milliners
Tailors, dressmakers and furriers make, alter and repair tailored clothing, dresses, coats and other
made-to-measure garments. Milliners make, alter and repair hats. This unit group also includes
alterationists who fit, alter and repair garments. They are employed by clothing retailers, clothing alteration
shops, dry cleaners and garment manufacturing companies or they may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Alterationist, garments
• Custom furrier
• Custom tailor
• Dressmaker
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Milliner
Seamstress
Tailor
H513 Shoe Repairers and Shoemakers
Shoe repairers repair footwear and shoemakers make specialized and custom shoes and boots. They are
employed in shoe repair shops or custom shoemaking establishments, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Workers making shoes on an assembly line are classified according to the function they perform and
are in the appropriate unit group in manufacturing, for example, workers sewing pieces of shoes
together are classified in J161, Sewing Machine Operators.
Example titles
• Bootmaker
• Custom shoemaker
• Orthopedic shoemaker
• Shoe repairer
• Shoemaker
H514 Jewellers, Watch Repairers and Related Occupations
Jewellers and related workers in this unit group fabricate, assemble, repair and appraise fine jewellery.
Watch repairers and related workers in this unit group repair, clean, adjust and fabricate parts for clocks
and watches. They are employed by jewellery, clock and watch manufacturers and retail stores, by jewellery
and watch repair shops or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Jewellery, clock and watch production machine operators (J197, Other Products Machine Operators);
and
• Assemblers and inspectors in jewellery, clock and watch production (J228, Other Assemblers and
Inspectors).
Example titles
• Clock repairer
• Diamond cutter
• Gem cutter
• Gemologist
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H52 Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related
Occupations, n.e.c.
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with commercial diving; operating printing
presses; and performing other trades not elsewhere classified.
H521 Printing Press Operators
Printing press operators set up and operate sheet and web-fed presses to print illustrations, designs and text
on paper, plastic, sheet metal and other material. They are employed by commercial printing companies;
newspapers, magazines, and other publishing companies; and establishments in the public and private
sectors that have in-house printing departments.
Exclusions
• Textile printing machine operators (J153, Textile Dyeing and Finishing Machine Operators); and
• Workers that set-up, operate or tend printing machines such as laser printers (J181, Printing Machine
Operators).
Example titles
• Apprentice pressman / woman
• Assistant pressman / woman
• First pressman / woman
• Flexographic press operator
• Offset press operator
• Printing press operator
• Rotogravure pressman / woman - printing
H522 Commercial Divers
Commercial divers perform underwater activities related to construction, inspection, search, salvage, repair
and photography. They are employed by commercial diving contractors, shipping and marine construction
companies, and oil and gas companies with offshore operations.
Example titles
• Commercial diver
• Diver
• Offshore diver
• Skin diver, commercial
• Underwater contractor
• Underwater welder
• Underwater worker
H523 Other Trades and Related Occupations
This unit group includes tradespersons and related skilled workers, not elsewhere classified, who repair,
service, install, calibrate or fabricate a variety of products. They are employed by a wide range of
establishments, or they may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Aircraft patternmaker
• Farrier
• Gunsmith
• Locksmith
• Recreation vehicle technician
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Template maker
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H53 Other Installers, Repairers and Servicers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with installing pre-fabricated building
components; maintaining and repairing waterworks equipment and gas mains; installing motor vehicle
mufflers; repairing tires; and repairing cameras, scales, vending machines and other equipment not
elsewhere classified.
H531 Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers
Workers in this unit group install and service a wide variety of interior and exterior prefabricated products
such as windows, doors, electrical appliances, water heaters, fences, play structures and septic systems,
at residential or commercial properties. They are employed by companies specializing in specific product
installation and service.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of residential and commercial installers (H019, Contractors and Supervisors, Other
Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers).
Example titles
• Aluminum window installer
• Eavestrough installer
• Electric appliance installer
• Exterior cladder
• Fence erector
• Hot tub installer
• Kitchen cupboard and vanity installer
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Siding installer
Sign installer
Swimming pool installer
Water conditioner servicer
Water heater servicer
Window installer
H532 Waterworks and Gas Maintenance Workers
Waterworks maintenance workers maintain and repair waterworks equipment and facilities. They are
employed in water filtration and distribution plants and waste treatment plants. Gas maintenance workers
check and perform routine maintenance and minor repairs to exterior and underground gas mains and
distribution lines. They are employed by gas distribution companies.
Exclusion
• Skilled gas fitters that install gas line connections and appliances within buildings and repair gas
appliances (H113, Gas Fitters).
Example titles
• Gas leak locator
• Gas maintenance worker
• Gas utility operator
• Pipeline maintenance worker
• Pipeline patrolman / woman
• Utility plant maintenance worker
• Waterworks maintenance worker
H533 Automotive Mechanical Installers and Servicers
Workers in this group install replacement automotive mechanical parts such as mufflers, exhaust pipes,
shock absorbers, springs and radiators and perform routine maintenance service such as oil changes,
lubrication and tire repairs on automobiles, trucks and heavy equipment. They are employed by automobile
and truck service and repair shops, service departments of industrial establishments and construction,
mining and logging companies.
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Exclusions
• Supervisors of automotive mechanical installers (H016, Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic
Trades);
• Heavy duty equipment mechanics (H412, Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics); and
• Automobile mechanics (H421, Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and
Mechanical Repairers).
Example titles
• Crane greaser
• Heavy equipment servicer
• Muffler installer
• Radiator installer - auto repair service
• Shock absorber installer
• Spring installer
• Tire repairer
H534 Pest Controllers and Fumigators
Pest controllers and fumigators inspect buildings and outside areas for pest infestation and spray chemical
treatments to kill noxious and destructive insects, rodents and other pests or set cage traps to capture and
remove animals. They are employed by pest control companies, or they may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Animal control trapper
• Exterminator, pests
• Fumigator, pests
• Nuisance control trapper
• Pest control operator
• Pest control technician
• Pest controller
H535 Other Repairers and Servicers
This unit group includes workers, not elsewhere classified, who repair and service a wide variety of
products, such as cameras, scales, musical instruments, coin machines, vending machines, sporting goods
and other miscellaneous products and equipment. They are employed by product specialty repair shops
and service establishments.
Example titles
• Bicycle repairer
• Camera repairer
• Meter repairer
• Piano repairer
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Sewing machine servicer - domestic
Sporting goods repairer
Vending machine repairer
H6 Heavy Equipment and Crane Operators Including Drillers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with operating heavy equipment used in
construction; equipment used in street, road and sewer maintenance; cranes and draglines; drills at surface
mines and quarries; and drills to drill water wells.
H61 Heavy Equipment Operators
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating heavy equipment used in
construction and operating specialized equipment to maintain streets and sewers and collect garbage.
H611 Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane)
Heavy equipment operators operate heavy equipment used in the construction and maintenance of roads,
bridges, airports, gas and oil pipelines, tunnels, buildings and other structures; in surface mining and
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quarrying activities; and in material handling work. They are employed by construction companies,
heavy equipment contractors, public works departments and pipeline, logging, cargo-handling and other
companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women of heavy construction equipment operators (H017, Contractors and Supervisors,
Heavy Construction Equipment Crews);
• Operators of snowplows, road oilers and other specialized road maintenance equipment (H612,
Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators);
• Crane, dragline dredging and pile driving operators (H621, Crane Operators);
• Supervisors of heavy equipment operators in surface mines (I121, Supervisors, Mining and
Quarrying);
• Operators of heavy equipment in underground mines (I131, Underground Production and
Development Miners); and
• Logging loader operators (I151, Logging Machinery Operators).
Example titles
• Backhoe operator
• Bulldozer operator
• Excavator operator
• Gradall operator
• Grader operator
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Heavy equipment operator apprentice
Loader operator - construction
Side boom tractor operator
Surface mining equipment operator
H612 Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators
This unit group includes workers who operate vehicles and equipment to maintain streets, highways
and sewer systems and operate garbage trucks to remove garbage and refuse. They are employed by
municipal, provincial and federal public works departments and by private contractors under contract with
government public works departments.
Exclusions
• Operators of heavy equipment used in road, street, sewer and other construction (H611, Heavy
Equipment Operators (Except Crane)); and
• Truck drivers (H711, Truck Drivers).
Example titles
• Garbage truck driver
• Municipal maintenance equipment operator
• Public works maintenance equipment
operator
• Salt truck operator
• Sand spreader operator
• Sanitation truck driver
• Sewer flusher operator-driver - public works
• Sewer-flushing truck operator
• Snow removal equipment operator - public
works
• Street flusher operator
• Street sweeper operator
• Street sweeper operator - public works
H62 Crane Operators, Drillers and Blasters
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating cranes or draglines; operating
drills in open-pits and quarries; operating drills to drill water wells; and setting off explosive charges in
surface mines, quarries and construction sites.
H621 Crane Operators
Crane operators operate cranes or draglines to lift, move, position or place machinery, equipment and
other large objects at construction or industrial sites, ports, railway yards, surface mines and other similar
locations. They are employed by construction, industrial, mining, cargo handling and railway companies.
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Exclusion
• Supervisors of crane operators (H017, Contractors and Supervisors, Heavy Construction Equipment
Crews).
Example titles
• Boom truck crane operator
• Bridge crane operator
• Climbing crane operator
• Construction crane operator
• Crane operator
• Dragline crane operator
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Hoist operator (except underground mining)
Mobile crane operator
Tower crane operator
Tractor crane operator
H622 Drillers and Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying and Construction
Drillers in this unit group operate mobile drilling machines to bore blast holes in open-pit mines and
quarries and to bore holes for blasting and for building foundations at construction sites. Blasters in this
unit group fill blast holes with explosives and detonate explosives to dislodge coal, ore and rock or to
demolish structures. They are employed by mining, quarrying and construction companies and by drilling
and blasting contractors.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of drillers and blasters involved in construction (H017, Contractors and Supervisors,
Heavy Construction Equipment Crews);
• Water well drillers (H623, Water Well Drillers);
• Supervisors of drillers and blasters in surface mining (I121, Supervisors, Mining and Quarrying);
• Workers operating drilling machines in underground mines and doing blasting work underground
(I131, Underground Production and Development Miners); and
• Workers operating drills to drill oil and gas wells (I132, Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers
and Related Workers).
Example titles
• Blaster, construction
• Blaster - surface mining
• Driller, construction
• Foundation drill operator
• Open-pit blaster
• Open-pit driller
• Rotary drilling machine operator
H623 Water Well Drillers
Water well drillers operate a variety of mobile water well drilling rigs and equipment to drill and monitor
residential, commercial and industrial water wells. They are employed by water well drilling contractors
and governments, or they may be self-employed.
Example titles
• Cable tool driller - water well drilling
• Churn drill operator - water well drilling
• Water well driller
• Water well driller apprentice
H7 Transportation Equipment Operators and Related Workers, Excluding Labourers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with operating trucks, buses, subway trains,
street cars and taxis; operating trains; working in railway yards and maintaining tracks; crewing ships and
operating boats; operating locks; and loading and unloading aircraft. Aircraft pilots, ships officers, and
air, marine and railway traffic controllers are classified in minor group C17 - Transportation Officers and
Controllers.
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H71 Motor Vehicle and Transit Drivers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating trucks, buses, subway trains,
street-cars, taxis and limousines.
H711 Truck Drivers
Truck drivers operate heavy trucks to transport goods and materials over urban, interurban, provincial
and international routes. They are employed by transportation companies, manufacturing and distribution
companies, moving companies and employment service agencies, or they may be self-employed. This unit
group also includes shunters who move trailers to and from loading docks within trucking yards or lots.
Exclusions
• Drivers of specialized equipment such as snowplows, road oilers and garbage trucks (H612, Public
Works Maintenance Equipment Operators); and
• Delivery drivers (H714, Delivery and Courier Service Drivers).
Example titles
• Bulk goods truck driver
• Dump truck driver
• Flatbed truck driver
• Logging truck driver
• Long haul truck driver
• Moving van driver
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Tow truck driver
Truck driver
Truck driver, heavy truck
Truck driver, tractor-trailer
H712 Bus Drivers, Subway Operators and Other Transit Operators
This unit group includes workers who drive buses and operate streetcars, subway trains and light rail transit
vehicles to transport passengers on established routes. Bus drivers are employed by urban transit systems,
elementary and secondary schools and private transportation companies. Streetcar, subway and light rail
transit operators are employed by urban transit systems.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of bus drivers (H022, Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit
Operators).
Example titles
• Bus driver
• Ground transportation driver
• Light rail transit operator
• Motor coach driver
• School bus driver
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Streetcar operator
Subway train operator
Transit operator - transportation
H713 Taxi and Limousine Drivers and Chauffeurs
Taxi and limousine drivers drive automobiles and limousines to transport passengers. Chauffeurs drive
automobiles and limousines to transport personnel and visitors of businesses, government or other
organizations or members of private households. Taxi and limousine drivers are employed by taxi and other
transportation service companies, or they may be self-employed. Chauffeurs are employed by businesses,
government and other organizations, or private individuals or families.
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Example titles
• Airport limousine driver
• Limousine driver
• Taxi driver
H714 Delivery and Courier Service Drivers
Delivery and courier drivers drive automobiles, vans and light trucks to pick up and deliver various
products. They are employed by dairies, drug stores, newspaper distributors, take-out food establishments,
dry cleaners, mobile caterers, courier and messenger service companies and many other establishments, or
they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Workers driving light trucks or vans to perform servicing or similar activities are classified with their
work activity;
• Supervisors of delivery drivers (H022, Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit
Operators);
• Garbage truck drivers (H612, Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators); and
• Drivers of trucks carrying heavy loads (H711, Truck Drivers).
Example titles
• Bread deliverer
• Canteen driver
• Courier service driver
• Delivery driver
• Driver salesperson
• Dry cleaning driver
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Newspaper delivery driver
Pizza delivery driver
Route driver
Vending machine driver-supplier
H72 Train Crew Operating Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating trains.
H721 Railway and Yard Locomotive Engineers
Railway locomotive engineers operate railway locomotives to transport passengers and freight. They are
employed by railway transport companies. Yard locomotive engineers operate locomotives within yards
of railway, industrial or other establishments. They are employed by railway transport companies and
industrial or commercial users of rail transport.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, railway locomotive engineers (H021, Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations).
Example titles
• Locomotive engineer - railway
• Railway engineer
• Railway hostler
• Switch engineer
• Yard engineer - railway
H722 Railway Conductors and Brakemen / women
Railway conductors co-ordinate and supervise the activities of passenger and freight train crew members.
Brakemen check train brakes and other systems and equipment prior to train run, and assist railway
conductors in activities en route. They are employed by railway transport companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, locomotive engineers (H021, Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations).
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Example titles
• Brakeman / woman
• Freight train conductor
• Front-end brakeman / woman
• Passenger train conductor
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Road freight brakeman / woman
Tail-end brakeman / woman
Train conductor
H73 Other Transport Equipment Operators and Related Workers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with working in railway yards and maintaining
tracks; crewing ships and operating boats; operating locks; and loading and unloading aircraft.
H731 Railway Yard Workers
Railway yard workers regulate yard traffic, couple and uncouple trains and perform related yard activities.
They are employed by railway transport companies.
Exclusions
• Yard foremen/women, railway (H021, Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations); and
• Railway labourers (H832, Railway and Motor Transport Labourers).
Example titles
• Car controller - railway
• Control tower operator - railway
• Signal tower operator - railway
• Switch tender - railway yard
• Towerman / woman - railway transport
• Yard coupler - railway
• Yard worker - railway
H732 Railway Track Maintenance Workers
Railway track maintenance workers operate machines and equipment to lay, maintain and repair railway
tracks. They are employed by railway transport companies.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of track maintenance workers (H017, Contractors and Supervisors, Heavy Construction
Equipment Crews); and
• Railway labourers (H832, Railway and Motor Transport Labourers).
Example titles
• Ballast regulator operator - railway
• Equipment operator, railway
• Machine operator - railway
• Rail saw operator
• Section worker - railway
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Tie tamper operator - railway
Track patroller, railway
Trackman / woman, railway
H733 Deck Crew, Water Transport
Workers in this unit group stand watch, operate and maintain deck equipment and perform other deck and
bridge duties aboard ships or self-propelled vessels under the direction of deck officers. They are employed
by marine transportation companies and federal government departments.
Exclusions
• Able seaman / woman - military (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces);
• Boatswain - military (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces);
• Ordinary seaman - military (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces); and
• Deckhands on fishing vessels (I181, Fishing Vessel Deckhands).
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Example titles
• Able seaman / woman, except military
• Boatswain, except military
• Deckhand
• Ordinary seaman / woman, except military
• Tunnel operator, ship
• Wheelsman / woman
H734 Engine Room Crew, Water Transport
Workers in this unit group assist ship engineer officers to operate, maintain and repair engines,
machinery and auxiliary equipment aboard ships or self-propelled vessels. They are employed by marine
transportation companies and federal government departments.
Exclusion
• Marine engineering mechanic - military (G624, Other Ranks, Armed Forces).
Example titles
• Engine room crew, ship
• Greaser, engine room
• Marine engine oiler
• Marine engineering mechanic, except
military
• Ship boiler tender
• Ship stoker
H735 Lock and Cable Ferry Operators and Related Occupations
This unit group includes workers who operate lock gates, bridges and similar equipment along canal
systems, workers who operate cable ferries and ferry terminal workers. They are employed by the federal
government, cable ferry companies and in ferry terminals.
Exclusion
• Ferryboat masters (C173, Deck Officers, Water Transport).
Example titles
• Bridgemaster
• Cable ferry operator
• Canal lock operator
• Ferry terminal worker
• Linesman / woman - canal lock system
• Loading bridge operator
• Lockmaster
H736 Boat Operators
Boat operators operate small boats or crafts to transport passengers or freight, or perform other duties. They
are employed by marine companies that provide sightseeing tours or water taxi services and by canal, port
and harbour authorities.
Exclusions
• Tugboat operators (C173, Deck Officers, Water Transport); and
• Operators of fishing boats (I17, Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen / women).
Example titles
• Charter boat operator
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• Motor boat operator
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• Small craft operator
• Water taxi operator
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H737 Air Transport Ramp Attendants
Air transport ramp attendants operate ramp-servicing vehicles and equipment, handle cargo and baggage
and perform other ground support duties at airports. They are employed by airline and air services
companies and the federal government.
Example titles
• Aircraft groomer
• Airport ramp attendant
• Cargo attendant, air transport
• Ramp agent, air transport
• Ramp attendant, air transport
• Station attendant, air transport
H8 Trades Helpers, Construction and Transportation Labourers and Related
Occupations
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with assisting trades persons and performing
manual work at construction sites; performing a variety of labouring activities to maintain sidewalks,
streets, roads and similar areas; transferring cargo onto and from ships; handling, moving, loading and
unloading materials; performing labouring tasks to assist track maintenance workers and railway yard
workers or motor transport operators; and performing labouring activities not elsewhere classified to assist
trades persons.
H81 Longshore Workers and Material Handlers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with transferring cargo onto and from ships and
other vessels and around dock areas; and with handling, moving, loading and unloading materials by hand
or by using a variety of material handling equipment.
H811 Longshore Workers
Longshore workers transfer cargo throughout dock area and onto and from ships and other vessels. They
are employed by marine cargo handling companies, shipping agencies and shipping lines.
Exclusions
• Longshore workers operating cranes (H621, Crane Operators);
• Persons that load or unload baggage or freight into or out of aircraft (H737, Air Transport Ramp
Attendants); and
• Material handlers that load trucks and trains, and are not involved in loading and unloading ships
(H812, Material Handlers).
Example titles
• Dockworker
• Longshore worker
• Longshoreman / woman
• Ship loader operator
• Stevedore
• Tanker loader
H812 Material Handlers
This unit group includes workers who handle, move, load and unload materials by hand or using a variety
of material handling equipment. They are employed by transportation, storage and moving companies, and
by a variety of manufacturing and processing companies and retail and wholesale warehouses.
Exclusions
• Persons that load or unload baggage or freight into or out of aircraft (H737, Air Transport Ramp
Attendants); and
• Workers loading or unloading ships (H811, Longshore Workers).
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Example titles
• Bin filler
• Coal handler
• Conveyor console operator
• Forklift truck operator
• Freight handler (except air transport)
• Furniture mover
• Lumber piler - building supplies
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Railway car loader
Stockpiler
Storage worker - material handling
Truck loader
Warehouseman / woman
H82 Trades Helpers and Labourers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with performing a wide variety of labouring
activities associated with trades not elsewhere classified.
H821 Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers
Construction trades helpers and labourers assist skilled tradespersons and perform labouring activities at
construction sites, in quarries and in surface mines. They are employed by construction companies, trade
and labour contractors, and surface mine and quarry operators.
Example titles
• Asphalt spreader
• Bricklayer helper
• Carpenter helper
• Concrete mixer helper
• Construction helper
• Construction labourer
• Demolition worker
• Driller helper - surface mining
• Drywall sander
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Glazier helper
Labourer, concrete paving
Labourer, excavation
Pipeline mandrel operator
Plumber helper
Roofer helper
Stabber - pipeline construction
H822 Other Trades Helpers and Labourers
This unit group includes trade helpers and labourers, not elsewhere classified, who assist skilled
tradespersons and perform labouring activities in the installation, maintenance and repair of industrial
machinery, refrigeration, heating and air conditioning equipment, in the maintenance and repair of
transportation and heavy equipment, in the installation and repair of telecommunication and power cables
and in other repair and service work settings. They are employed by a wide variety of manufacturing, utility
and service companies.
Example titles
• Aerial spraying assistant
• Aircraft mechanic helper
• Cable installer helper
• Diesel mechanic helper
• Ground worker - telecommunications
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Millwright helper
Refrigeration mechanic helper
Splicer helper - telecommunications
Surveyor helper
H83 Public Works and Other Labourers, n.e.c.
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with performing elemental work in public works
and a variety of labouring activities in transportation work not elsewhere classified.
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H831 Public Works and Maintenance Labourers
Public works and maintenance labourers perform a variety of labouring activities to maintain sidewalks,
streets, roads and similar areas. They are employed by municipal, provincial and federal government public
works departments or by private contractors under contract to governments.
Exclusion
• Workers that cut grass in parks, keep parks clean (I212, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance
Labourers).
Example titles
• Garbage collector
• Helper - garbage collection
• Municipal labourer
• Parking meter collector
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Road maintenance worker
Sewer maintenance worker
Sidewalk cleaner
H832 Railway and Motor Transport Labourers
Railway and motor transport labourers perform a variety of tasks to assist track maintenance workers and
railway yard workers, or motor transport operators. They are employed by railway transport companies
and motor transport companies.
Example titles
• Car checker, railway
• Delivery truck helper
• Furniture mover helper
• Mover helper
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Signal gang helper
Swamper - truck transport
Truck driver helper
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Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with operating farms and
supervising or doing farm work; operating fishing vessels and doing specialized fishing work; and in doing
supervision and production work in oil and gas production and forestry and logging.
I0 Occupations Unique to Agriculture Excluding Labourers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with operating farms, plant nurseries and
greenhouses; landscaping; raising fish; providing services to farmers; and supervising and doing farm work
except elemental labouring work done to assist other farm workers.
I01 Contractors, Operators and Supervisors in Agriculture, Horticulture and
Aquaculture
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating farms, plant nurseries and
greenhouses; landscaping; raising fish and other marine life; and providing services to farmers.
I011 Farmers and Farm Managers
Farmers and farm managers manage the operations and functions of a farm. They are responsible for
growing crops, raising and breeding livestock, poultry and other animals and marketing farm products.
Exclusion
• Farm supervisors (I013, Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers).
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Example titles
• Apiarist
• Apple grower
• Breeder, domestic animals
• Chicken farmer
• Dairy farmer
• Feedlot manager
• Fruit farmer
• Fur farmer
• Grape grower
• Hog breeder
• Horse breeder
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Market gardener
Potato farmer
Rancher
Seed grower
Sod farmer
Vegetable grower
Vineyard manager
Viticulturist
Wheat farmer
I012 Agricultural and Related Service Contractors and Managers
Contractors and managers in this unit group operate establishments that provide agricultural services such
as livestock and poultry breeding, soil preparation, crop planting, crop spraying, cultivating or harvesting.
Exclusions
• Veterinarians (D014, Veterinarians);
• Kennel workers and pet groomers and related occupations (G923, Pet Groomers and Animal Care
Workers);
• Farmers (I011, Farmers and Farm Managers);
• Farm supervisors and skilled livestock workers (I013, Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock
Workers); and
• Farm workers (I021, General Farm Workers).
Example titles
• Artificial inseminator
• Crop dusting contractor
• Livestock breeding service manager
• Manager, artificial insemination service
• Manager, crop harvesting service
I013 Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers
Farm supervisors supervise the work of general farm workers and harvesting labourers and perform general
farm duties. Specialized livestock workers carry out feeding, health and breeding programs on dairy, beef,
sheep, poultry and hog farms and may also supervise general farm workers and harvesting labourers.
Exclusions
• Pet groomers and animal care workers (G923, Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers);
• Farmers and farm managers (I011, Farmers and Farm Managers);
• General farm workers (I021, General Farm Workers); and
• Labourers who pick row and orchard crops (I211, Harvesting Labourers).
Example titles
• Cattle herdsperson
• Dairy herdsperson
• Farm foreman / woman
• Farm supervisor
• Feedlot foreman / woman
• Hog operation supervisor
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Poultry farm foreman / woman
Ranch foreman / woman
Swine herdsperson
Vegetable farm foreman / woman
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I014 Nursery and Greenhouse Operators and Managers
Nursery and greenhouse operators and managers plan, organize, direct and control the activities of nursery
and greenhouse staff who grow and market trees, shrubs, flowers and plants.
Exclusions
• Managers of retail garden centres (A211, Retail Trade Managers);
• Landscaping contractors (I015, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Contractors and Managers);
and
• Supervisors of nursery and greenhouse workers (I016, Supervisors, Landscape and Horticulture).
Example titles
• Christmas tree farm operator
• Flower grower
• Greenhouse farmer
• Greenhouse manager
• Greenhouse operator
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Nursery manager
Nursery operator
Plant grower - nursery
I015 Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Contractors and Managers
Landscaping and grounds maintenance contractors and managers plan, organize, direct and control
the operations of landscaping, interior plantscaping, lawn care and tree service departments and
establishments.
Exclusions
• Landscape architects (C052, Landscape Architects);
• Landscape architectural technicians (C125, Landscape and Horticulture Technicians and Specialists);
• Nursery and greenhouse operators (I014, Nursery and Greenhouse Operators and Managers);
• Supervisors of landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers (I016, Supervisors, Landscape and
Horticulture); and
• Tree surgeons (I022, Nursery and Greenhouse Workers).
Example titles
• Grounds maintenance contractor
• Grounds maintenance manager
• Interior plantscaping contractor
• Landscape service contractor
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Landscaping manager
Lawn care manager
Lawn maintenance contractor
Tree service contractor
I016 Supervisors, Landscape and Horticulture
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers (I212) and Nursery and Greenhouse Workers
(I022). They are employed by landscaping companies, cemeteries, lawn care and tree service companies,
nurseries and greenhouses, and by landscaping departments of government and private establishments.
Exclusions
• Landscape architects (C052, Landscape Architects);
• Landscape and horticulture technicians (C125, Landscape and Horticulture Technicians and
Specialists);
• Nursery and greenhouse workers (I022, Nursery and Greenhouse Workers); and
• Landscape and parks maintenance labourers (I212, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance
Labourers).
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Example titles
• Cemetery foreman / woman
• Greenhouse supervisor
• Groundskeeping supervisor
• Horticulture workers supervisor
• Landscaping foreman / woman
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Park caretaker
Park supervisor, grounds maintenance
Supervisor, nursery workers
Supervisor, park labourers
I017 Aquaculture Operators and Managers
Aquaculture operators and managers manage operations of facilities which cultivate and harvest fish,
shellfish or marine plants for replenishment of wildlife stocks or for commercial sale. They are employed by
public or private fish hatcheries and commercial aquatic farms, or they may be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Aquaculture technicians (C121, Biological Technologists and Technicians);
• Hydroponics operators (I014, Nursery and Greenhouse Operators and Managers); and
• Aquaculture support workers (I213, Aquaculture and Marine Harvest Labourers).
Example titles
• Aquaculture manager
• Aquaculture operator
• Fish farm manager
• Fish farm operator
• Fish farmer
• Fish hatchery manager
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Mussel grower
Oyster grower
Salmon grower
Trout farmer
I02 Agriculture and Horticulture Workers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with general farm work and with planting,
cultivating and harvesting plants, flowers, trees and shrubs in a nursery or greenhouse.
I021 General Farm Workers
General farm workers plant, cultivate and harvest crops, raise livestock and poultry and maintain and repair
farm equipment and buildings. This group includes operators of farm machinery. General farm workers are
employed on crop, livestock, fruit, vegetable and specialty farms.
Exclusions
• Workers that provide agriculture services such as custom harvesting (I012, Agricultural and Related
Service Contractors and Managers);
• Skilled livestock workers (I013, Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers);
• Tree surgeons (I022, Nursery and Greenhouse Workers); and
• Labourers who pick row and orchard crops (I211, Harvesting Labourers).
Example titles
• Beef cattle farm worker
• Cattle ranch labourer
• Dairy farm worker
• Farm machinery operator
• General farm worker
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Vegetable farm worker
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I022 Nursery and Greenhouse Workers
Nursery and greenhouse workers plant, cultivate and harvest trees, shrubs, flowers and plants, and serve
nursery and greenhouse customers. They are employed in indoor and outdoor nurseries and greenhouses.
Exclusions
• Nursery and greenhouse operators (I014, Nursery and Greenhouse Operators and Managers); and
• Bulb planters and landscaping labourers (I212, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers).
Example titles
• Forest nursery worker
• Greenhouse worker
• Horticulture worker
• Hothouse worker
• Hydroponics worker
• Nursery worker
I1 Occupations Unique to Forestry Operations, Mining, Oil and Gas Extraction and
Fishing, Excluding Labourers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with operating forestry machinery, chainsaws
and skidders; reforestation; extracting mineral ores from underground mines, and drilling for crude oil and
natural gas; being in charge of or operating fishing vessels; and trapping and hunting.
I11 Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising workers in logging and forestry.
I111 Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers engaged in logging
operations and silvicultural operations. They are employed by logging companies, contractors and
government agencies.
Exclusions
• Forestry managers (A381, Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture));
• Fire wardens (C123, Forestry Technologists and Technicians); and
• Forestry technologists and technicians (C123, Forestry Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• Forest operations supervisor
• Forestry crew supervisor
• Hook tender
• Logging contractor
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Production supervisor - logging
Silviculture supervisor
Woods foreman / woman
I12 Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising workers in mining, quarrying,
and producing crude oil and natural gas.
I121 Supervisors, Mining and Quarrying
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate activities of workers engaged in underground and
surface mining operations and quarries. They are employed by coal, metal and non-metallic mineral mines
and quarries.
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Exclusions
• Mine managers (A381, Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture)); and
• Mining technologists (C112, Geological and Mineral Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• Fill foreman / woman
• Foreman / woman, underground mine
• Level boss
• Mine captain
• Mine foreman / woman
• Shift boss
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Supervisor, quarry
Supervisor, surface mine
Track boss
Yard boss
I122 Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers engaged in drilling for
oil or gas, operating service rigs, or providing oil and gas well services. They are employed by drilling and
well service contractors and by petroleum producing companies.
Exclusions
• Oil well and gas field managers (A381, Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture)); and
• Petroleum technicians (C112, Geological and Mineral Technologists and Technicians).
Example titles
• Fracturing supervisor
• Multi-service operator
• Rig manager
• Toolpusher
• Well services crew supervisor
I13 Underground Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers and Related Workers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with the extraction of mineral ores from
underground mines and drilling for crude oil and natural gas along with well logging and testing.
I131 Underground Production and Development Miners
Underground production and development miners drill, blast, operate mining machinery, and perform
related duties to extract coal and ore in underground mines and to construct tunnels, passageways
and shafts to facilitate mining operations. They are employed by coal, metal and non-metallic mineral
underground mines and by specialized contractors in mine construction, shaft sinking and tunnelling.
Exclusions
• Drillers and blasters in surface or open-pit mining and quarrying (H622, Drillers and Blasters Surface Mining, Quarrying and Construction); and
• Oil and gas drillers (I132, Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers and Related Workers).
Example titles
• Blaster - underground mining
• Chute blaster
• Diamond driller - underground mining
• Drift miner
• Driller - underground mining
• Faceman / woman - coal mine
• Hoist operator - underground mining
• Jumbo drill operator
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Mucking machine operator
Raise miner
Roadheader operator
Scooptram operator
Shaft inspector
Shot firer
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I132 Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers and Related Workers
Oil and gas well drillers and well servicers control the operation of drilling and hoisting equipment on
drilling and service rigs, and direct the activities of the rig crew under supervision of the rig manager. Oil
and gas well loggers, testers and related workers operate specialized mechanical or electronic equipment,
tools or instruments to provide services in conjunction with well drilling, completion or servicing. Workers
in this unit group are employed by drilling and well service contractors, petroleum producing companies
and well logging or testing companies.
Exclusions
• Quarrying and other surface drillers (H622, Drillers and Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying and
Construction);
• Drillers of water wells (H623, Water Well Drillers);
• Supervisors of oil and gas well drillers (I122, Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service); and
• Underground drillers (I131, Underground Production and Development Miners).
Example titles
• Assistant driller - oil and gas well drilling
• Directional drilling operator
• Downhole tool operator
• Drill stem tester
• Driller - oil and gas drilling
• Electric line operator
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Service rig operator
Slickline operator
Well testing operator
Wireline operator
I14 Mine Service Workers and Operators in Oil and Gas Drilling
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with providing support services to underground
miners or oil and gas well drillers.
I141 Underground Mine Service and Support Workers
Underground mine service and support workers perform a range of duties related to the operation of
orepasses, chutes and conveyor systems, the construction and support of underground structures, passages
and roadways, and the supply of materials and supplies to support underground mining. They are
employed by coal, metal and non-metallic mineral mines.
Exclusion
• Equipment operators in open-pit or surface mines or quarries (H611, Heavy Equipment Operators
(Except Crane)).
Example titles
• Backfiller
• Blaster helper
• Cage tender
• Conveyor operator
• Crusher operator
• Driller helper - underground mining
• Haulageman / woman
• Lamp keeper
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Mine construction worker
Orepass tender
Pipeworker - underground mining
Raise miner helper
Skip tender
Timberman / woman
Trainman / woman
I142 Oil and Gas Well Drilling Workers and Services Operators
Oil and gas well drilling workers operate drilling and service rig machinery as intermediate members of
the rig crew. Oil and gas well services operators drive trucks and operate specialized hydraulic pumping
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systems to place cement in wells or to treat wells with chemicals, sand mixtures or gases to stimulate
production. Workers in this unit group are employed by drilling and well service contractors and by
petroleum producing companies.
Exclusions
• Oil and gas well drillers and service rig operators (I132, Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers
and Related Workers); and
• Oil rig floorhands (I215, Oil and Gas Drilling, Servicing and Related Labourers).
Example titles
• Acid truck driver
• Blender operator - oil field services
• Cementer - oil field services
• Chemical services operator
• Coiled tubing operator
• Derrickman / woman
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Motorman / woman - oil and gas drilling
Nitrogen operator
Pumper operator
Pumpman / woman - oil field services
I15 Logging Machinery Operators
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating cable yarding systems, mechanical
harvesters and forwarders or mechanical tree processors and loaders to fell, yard and process trees at a
logging site.
I151 Logging Machinery Operators
Logging machinery operators operate cable yarding systems, mechanical harvesters and forwarders and
mechanical tree processors and loaders to fell, yard and process trees at logging sites. They are employed
by logging companies and contractors.
Exclusions
• Logging supervisors (I111, Supervisors, Logging and Forestry); and
• Chain-saw and skidder operators (I161, Chain Saw and Skidder Operators).
Example titles
• Chipping machine operator
• Delimber operator
• Feller buncher operator
• Feller forwarder operator
• Grapple operator - logging
• Linehorse operator
• Loader operator - logging
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Rigging slinger
Shortwood harvester operator
Slasher operator - logging
Steel spar operator
Treelength forwarder operator
Yarder operator
I16 Logging and Forestry Workers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating chain-saws and skidders, and with
the reforestation and management, improvement and conservation of forests.
I161 Chain Saw and Skidder Operators
Chain saw and skidder operators operate chain saws to fell, delimb and buck trees, and operate skidders
to move or yard the felled trees from the logging site to the landing area for processing and transportation.
They are employed by logging companies and contractors.
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Exclusions
• Logging supervisors (I111, Supervisors, Logging and Forestry); and
• Logging machinery operators (I151, Logging Machinery Operators).
Example titles
• Bucker
• Chain saw operator
• Faller
• Feller
• Forest worker - logging
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Landingman / woman
Pieceworker - logging
Skidder operator
I162 Silviculture and Forestry Workers
Silviculture and forestry workers perform a variety of duties related to reforestation and to the management,
improvement and conservation of forest lands. They are employed by logging companies, contractors and
government services.
Exclusions
• Chain-saw operators (I161, Chain Saw and Skidder Operators); and
• Forestry labourers (I216, Logging and Forestry Labourers).
Example titles
• Clearing saw operator
• Forest firefighter
• Forestry crew worker
• Forestry worker
• Pieceworker - silviculture
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Silviculture worker
Spacing saw operator
Thinning saw operator
I17 Fishing Vessel Masters and Skippers and Fishermen / women
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with being in charge of fishing vessels and fishing.
I171 Fishing Masters and Officers
Fishing masters and officers manage and operate saltwater and freshwater fishing vessels greater than 100
gross tonnes to pursue and land fish and other marine life. They are employed by establishments engaged
in operating commercial fishing vessels.
Exclusions
• Engineers of fishing vessels (C174, Engineer Officers, Water Transport); and
• Fishing vessel skippers (I172, Fishing Vessel Skippers and Fishermen / women).
Example titles
• Captain, fishing vessel
• Captain, offshore fishing vessel
• Deck officer, fishing vessel
• First mate, fishing vessel
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I172 Fishing Vessel Skippers and Fishermen / women
Fishing vessel skippers and fishermen/women operate fishing vessels to pursue and land fish and other
marine life. They are usually self-employed owner-operators of fishing vessels.
Exclusions
• Fishing masters (I171, Fishing Masters and Officers); and
• Deckhands on fishing vessels (I181, Fishing Vessel Deckhands).
Example titles
• Fisherman / woman
• Fishing vessel skipper
• Inshore fisherman / woman
• Lobster fisherman / woman
• Longliner fisherman / woman
• Seiner fisherman / woman
I18 Other Fishing and Trapping Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating fishing vessels, and trapping and
hunting.
I181 Fishing Vessel Deckhands
Fishing vessel deckhands perform a variety of manual tasks on commercial fishing voyages, and maintain
fishing vessels. They are employed by establishments that operate commercial fishing vessels and by
self-employed fishermen/women.
Example titles
• Crewman / woman, fishing vessel
• Deckhand, seiner
• Fishing vessel deckhand
• Icer, fishing vessel
• Netmender, fishing vessel
• Trawlerman / woman
I182 Trappers and Hunters
Trappers and hunters trap and hunt wild animals for pelts or live sale. They are usually self-employed and
work on a seasonal basis.
Example titles
• Fur trapper
• Game trapper
• Hunter
• Sealer
• Trapper
I2 Primary Production Labourers
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with performing elemental work and assisting
other workers in operational work in agriculture, mining, oil and gas production, forestry and aquaculture.
I21 Primary Production Labourers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with elemental work on farms; in landscaping
and grounds maintenance; in marine animal raising and harvesting; in support of underground miners or
oil and gas drillers; and in support of logging and forestry workers.
I211 Harvesting Labourers
Harvesting labourers assist other farm workers to harvest, sort and pack crops.
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Exclusion
• Farm workers (I021, General Farm Workers).
Example titles
• Apple picker
• Berry picker
• Crop farm labourer - harvesting
• Fruit picker
• Harvest hand
• Tobacco picker
• Vegetable packer
I212 Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers
Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers perform manual work to assist in the construction of
landscapes and related structures, and to maintain lawns, gardens, athletic fields, golf courses, cemeteries,
parks, landscaped interiors and other landscaped areas. They are employed by landscaping and lawn
care companies, golf courses, cemeteries, and landscaping departments of governments and private
establishments.
Exclusions
• Construction labourers (H821, Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers);
• Supervisors of landscape and grounds maintenance workers (I016, Supervisors, Landscape and
Horticulture); and
• Nursery workers (including Christmas tree pruners) (I022, Nursery and Greenhouse Workers).
Example titles
• Bulb planter
• Cemetery labourer
• Gardening helper
• Golf course worker
• Grass cutter
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Landscape labourer
Maintenance worker, parks
Sod layer
Transplanter
I213 Aquaculture and Marine Harvest Labourers
This occupational group includes aquaculture support workers, marine plant gatherers, shellfish diggers
and other labourers in aquaculture and fishing. Aquaculture support workers are employed by public or
private fish hatcheries and commercial aquatic farms. Marine plant gatherers and shellfish harvesters may
be self-employed.
Exclusions
• Zoo or aquarium attendants (G923, Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers); and
• Aquaculture operators (I017, Aquaculture Operators and Managers).
Example titles
• Aquaculture support worker
• Clam digger
• Dulse gatherer
• Fish farm helper
• Fish tagger
• Fry marker
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I214 Mine Labourers
Mine labourers carry out a variety of general labouring duties to assist in the extraction of coal, minerals
and ore, and in other services in support of underground mining. They are employed by coal, metal and
non-metallic mineral mines.
Exclusions
• Labourers in open-pit or surface mines or quarries (H821, Construction Trades Helpers and
Labourers); and
• Raise miner helpers (I141, Underground Mine Service and Support Workers).
Example titles
• Chute puller
• Mine helper
• Mine labourer
• Pit scaler - underground mining
• Shoveller - underground mining
• Underground labourer - mining
I215 Oil and Gas Drilling, Servicing and Related Labourers
Labourers in this unit group carry out a variety of general labouring duties and operate equipment to assist
in the drilling and servicing of oil and gas wells. This unit group also includes labourers who assist in
geophysical prospecting for oil and gas. They are employed by drilling and well servicing contractors and
by petroleum producing companies.
Exclusion
• Derrick hands (I142, Oil and Gas Well Drilling Workers and Services Operators).
Example titles
• Floorman / woman - oil and gas drilling
• Helper, wireline
• Labourer, oil field
• Leasehand
• Roughneck
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Service rig helper
Shakerhand
Swamper - oil and gas
Well treatment helper
I216 Logging and Forestry Labourers
Logging and forestry labourers perform a variety of manual tasks such as attaching choker cables to logs,
planting trees, clearing brush, spraying chemicals, cleaning up landing areas and assisting other workers in
woodlands operations. They are employed by logging companies and contractors.
Exclusions
• Chain-saw operators (I161, Chain Saw and Skidder Operators); and
• Thinning saw operators (I162, Silviculture and Forestry Workers).
Example titles
• Chokerman / woman
• Forestry labourer
• Logging labourer
• Swamper - logging and forestry
• Tree planter, seasonal
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Occupations in this broad occupational category are primarily concerned with supervisory and production
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J0 Supervisors in Manufacturing
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with supervising workers engaged in processing
metals, petroleum, chemicals, rubber and plastics, food and beverages, forest products and textiles and
with supervising workers engaged in assembly and fabrication of transportation equipment, machinery,
electronic equipment; electrical products; furniture and fixtures; fabric, fur and leather products; and other
products requiring assembly or fabrication.
J01 Supervisors, Processing Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising workers engaged in processing
metals, petroleum, chemicals, rubber and plastics, food and beverages, forest products and textiles. Lead
hands are not considered to be supervisors but are classified as workers.
J011 Supervisors, Mineral and Metal Processing
Supervisors, mineral and metal processing, supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the
following groups: Central Control and Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing (J111), Machine
Operators and Related Workers in Metal and Mineral Products Processing (J12) and Labourers in Mineral
and Metal Processing (J311). They are employed in mineral ore and metal processing plants such as copper,
lead and zinc refineries, uranium processing plants, steel mills, aluminum plants, precious metal refineries,
cement processing plants, clay, glass and stone processing plants and foundries.
Example titles
• Blast furnace foreman / woman
• Brick and tile foreman / woman
• Cement processing supervisor
• Coremaking foreman / woman
• Die casting supervisor
• Foreman / woman, lead refining
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Melting and roasting department supervisor
Ore milling supervisor
Roll shop operations coach - steel mill
Shift co-ordinator, steel mill
Supervisor, glass cutters
J012 Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Process Operators (J112), Chemical Plant Machine Operators (J131),
Labourers in Chemical Products Processing and Utilities (J313), Water and Waste Plant Operators (J134),
Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators (H221) and Power Systems and Power Station
Operators (H222). They are employed by petroleum and natural gas processing, pipeline and petrochemical
companies, chemical and pharmaceutical companies, water and waste treatment utilities and in a range of
other industries and institutions.
Example titles
• Chemical processing supervisor
• Foreman / woman, chemical
• Foreman / woman, cosmetics processing
• Foreman / woman, natural gas plant
• Foreman / woman, water purification plant
• Paint processing foreman / woman
• Production supervisor, pharmaceuticals
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Steam engineer leader
Supervisor, petroleum refining
Supervisor, pipeline operation
Supervisor, power station
Supervisor, sewage treatment plant
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J013 Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who operate processing
machines, and package or grade food, beverage and tobacco products. They are employed in fruit and
vegetable processing plants, dairies, flour mills, bakeries, sugar refineries, fish plants, meat plants, breweries
and other food, beverage and tobacco processing establishments.
Example titles
• Brewer supervisor
• Foreman / woman, poultry graders
• HACCP co-ordinator
• Packaging supervisor
• Production supervisor - food and beverage
processing
• Supervisor, bottling
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Supervisor, food product testers
Supervisor, meat packing
Supervisor, tobacco processing
Supervisor, vegetable packing
Team supervisor, flour milling
J014 Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products Manufacturing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who operate processing
machines and who fabricate, assemble and inspect rubber or plastic products. They are employed by
rubber and plastic products manufacturing companies and in plastic parts divisions of other manufacturing
companies.
Example titles
• Foreman / woman, blow moulding
• Foreman / woman, calendering - rubber and
plastic manufacturing
• Foreman / woman, extruding - rubber and
plastic manufacturing
• Supervisor, injection moulding - plastic
products manufacturing
• Supervisor, plastic products manufacturing
• Supervisor, rubber products manufacturing
• Supervisor, tire building
J015 Supervisors, Forest Products Processing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following groups:
Pulping Control Operators (J113), Papermaking and Coating Control Operators (J114), Labourers in Wood,
Pulp and Paper Processing (J314), and Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper
Production and Wood Processing (J14). They are employed by pulp and paper companies, paper converting
companies, sawmills, planing mills, wood treatment plants, waferboard plants and other wood processing
companies.
Example titles
• Coating room foreman / woman - pulp and
paper
• Foreman / woman, lumber grading
• Foreman / woman, plywood making
• Foreman / woman, shingle mill
• Foreman / woman, waferboard
• Foreman / woman, wood treating plant
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Paper machine foreman / woman
Paper mill foreman / woman
Pulp mill foreman / woman
Sawmill foreman / woman
Shift operating supervisor - pulp and paper
Supervisor, paper converting
Tour foreman / woman - pulp and paper
J016 Supervisors, Textile Processing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers engaged in processing
fibre into yarn or thread; weaving, knitting or fabricating textile products; bleaching, dyeing and finishing
textile products; and inspecting textile products. They are employed by textile companies.
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Exclusion
• Supervisors of workers who make fabric, fur and leather products (J025, Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and
Leather Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Dye room supervisor
• Finishing supervisor - textiles
• Foreman / woman - textile processing
• Spinning supervisor - textiles
• Supervisor, knitting
• Tufting supervisor - textiles
• Weave room supervisor
J02 Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with supervising workers who assemble
transportation equipment; machinery; electronic equipment; electrical products; furniture and fixtures;
fabric, fur and leather products; and other products requiring assembly or fabrication. Lead hands are not
considered to be supervisors, but are classified as workers.
J021 Supervisors, Motor Vehicle Assembling
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in motor vehicle
production departments. They are employed in plants which manufacture automobiles, vans and light
trucks.
Example titles
• Area co-ordinator - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Assembly foreman / woman - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Foreman / woman - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• General supervisor, assembly - motor
vehicle manufacturing
• Supervisor, assembly - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Zone supervisor, assembly - motor vehicle
manufacturing
J022 Supervisors, Electronics Manufacturing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who assemble, fabricate,
test, repair and inspect electronic parts, components and systems. They are employed in electronics
manufacturing plants.
Exclusion
• Occupations concerned with supervising workers involved in electrical products manufacturing
(J023, Supervisors, Electrical Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Assembly supervisor
• Foreman / woman, electronic assembly
• Foreman / woman, final assembly and test
• Foreman / woman, printed circuit board
fabrication
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• Production supervisor - electronics
manufacturing
• Supervisor, assembly and test
• Systems test foreman / woman
• Test supervisor
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J023 Supervisors, Electrical Products Manufacturing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who assemble, fabricate
and inspect electrical components, appliances, motors and industrial equipment. They are employed by
companies that manufacture electrical products.
Exclusion
• Occupations concerned with supervising workers involved in electronics manufacturing (J022,
Supervisors, Electronics Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Foreman / woman, electrical motor
assembly
• Foreman / woman, electrical transformer
assembly
• Foreman / woman, switchgear assembly
• Supervisor, electrical appliance assembly
• Supervisor, electrical equipment
manufacturing
J024 Supervisors, Furniture and Fixtures Manufacturing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who manufacture
furniture and fixtures made of wood or other materials. They are employed in furniture and fixtures
manufacturing establishments.
Example titles
• Foreman / woman, desk assembly
• Foreman / woman, furniture assembly
• Laminating foreman / woman
• Supervisor, furniture and fixture
manufacturing
• Supervisor, furniture finishers
• Supervisor, woodworking machine
operators
• Woodworking machine operators foreman /
woman
J025 Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit
groups: Sewing Machine Operators (J161), Fabric, Fur and Leather Cutters (J162), Hide and Pelt Processing
Workers (J163) and Inspectors and Testers, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing (J164). They are
employed by clothing and textile manufacturers, tanneries and other manufacturers of fabric products.
Example titles
• Boot and shoe foreman / woman
• Canvas products manufacturing foreman /
woman
• Cutting department foreman / woman,
fabric
• Embroidery supervisor - fabric products
• Fur dressing foreman / woman
• Hat and cap makers foreman / woman
• Sample room foreman / woman, leather
products
• Sewing machine operators supervisor
• Stitching department supervisor
• Tannery foreman / woman
J026 Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing
Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers who fabricate, assemble
and inspect mechanical and metal products, such as aircraft and aircraft parts, heavy trucks, buses, trailers,
motor vehicle engines, transmissions, heating equipment, commercial refrigeration and similar metal
products. They are employed by a wide variety of manufacturing companies.
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Exclusions
• Foremen/women supervising workers who assemble automobiles (J021, Supervisors, Motor Vehicle
Assembling); and
• Foremen/women supervising workers who make metal furniture (J024, Supervisors, Furniture and
Fixtures Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Aircraft assembly foreman / woman
• Engine assembly foreman / woman (except
aircraft)
• Foreman / woman, metalworking machine
operators
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Foreman / woman, mobile home assembly
Shipyard painter foreman / woman
Supervisor, helicopter assembly
Supervisor, snowmobile assembly
Truck trailer assembly foreman / woman
J027 Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and Assembly
This unit group includes supervisors, not elsewhere classified, who supervise and co-ordinate the activities
of workers who assemble, fabricate and inspect a variety of products, such as jewellery, clocks and watches,
millwork, sporting goods, toys and other miscellaneous products. They are employed in a wide variety of
manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women supervising the assembly of mechanical and metal products (J026, Supervisors,
Other Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Foreman / woman, bicycle assembly
• Foreman / woman, clock and watch
assembly
• Foreman / woman, jewellery manufacturing
• Foreman / woman, millwork assembly
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Supervisor, millwork assembly
Supervisor, silverware manufacturing
Supervisor, sports equipment assembly
Supervisor, toy manufacturing
J1 Machine Operators in Manufacturing
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with operating machines to process metals,
petroleum, chemicals, rubber and plastics, food and beverages, forest products and textiles.
J11 Central Control and Process Operators in Manufacturing and Processing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with process operations in metals, petroleum,
chemicals, and pulp and paper.
J111 Central Control and Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing, operate and monitor multi-function
process control machinery and equipment to control the processing of mineral ores, metals or cement. They
are employed in mineral ore and metal processing plants such as copper, lead and zinc refineries, uranium
processing plants, steel mills, aluminum plants, precious metal refineries and cement processing plants.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with supervising mineral and metal processing workers (J011, Supervisors,
Mineral and Metal Processing); and
• Operators of single function machinery in mineral and metal processing (J121, Machine Operators,
Mineral and Metal Processing).
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Example titles
• Blast furnace operator
• Central control caster
• Central control room operator
• Chief flotation operator
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Pelletizing control operator
Roaster operator
Rolling mill control operator
J112 Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Process Operators
Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators monitor and operate petroleum, petrochemical and chemical
plants and monitor, adjust and maintain processing units and equipment in these plants. They are employed
by petroleum and natural gas processing, pipeline and petrochemical companies, industrial, agricultural
and specialty chemical and pharmaceutical companies.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of petroleum, gas and chemical process operators (J012, Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and
Chemical Processing and Utilities); and
• Operators of mixing, blending and other single function processing machines (J131, Chemical Plant
Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Acid plant operator
• Cell room operator, chlor-alkali plant
• Chemical process operator
• Chief operator - chemical processing
• Fractionator operator
• Gas field operator
• Gas plant operator
• Gas recovery operator
• Lead operator - chemical processing
• Liquefaction plant operator
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Master operator - chemical processing
Panel operator - chemical processing
Petroleum process operator
Pharmaceutical processing operator
Pipeline compressor station operator
Process technician
Refinery operator
Senior operating technician
Senior operator - chemical processing
J113 Pulping Control Operators
Pulping control operators operate and monitor multi-function process control machinery and equipment to
control the processing of wood, scrap pulp, recyclable paper and other cellulose materials in the production
of pulp. They are employed by pulp and paper companies.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of pulping control operators (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing); and
• Operators of single function processing machinery used to make pulp (J142, Pulp Mill Machine
Operators).
Example titles
• Bleach plant operator
• Cook - pulp and paper
• Digester operator
• Pulping control operator
• Pulping group operator - pulp and paper
• Pulping technician
• Thermomechanical pulp operator
J114 Papermaking and Coating Control Operators
Papermaking and coating control operators operate and monitor multi-function process control machinery
and equipment to control the processing of paper, paper pulp and paperboard. They are employed by pulp
and paper companies.
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Exclusions
• Supervisors of papermaking machine operators (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing); and
• Operators of single function machines to make, coat and finish paper (J143, Papermaking and
Finishing Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Back tender, paper machine
• Control operator, paper machine
• Fourdrinier machine operator
• Panelboard operator - pulp and paper
• Paper machine operator
• Paper-coating machine operator
J12 Machine Operators and Related Workers in Metal and Mineral Products
Processing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating machines in the processing of
minerals and metals; making moulds and casting metals; glassmaking; stone, clay and concrete products
making; and inspecting and grading work associated with all these products.
J121 Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
Workers in this unit group operate single-function machines or machinery that is part of a larger production
process to process mineral ore and metal products. They are employed in mineral ore and metal processing
plants such as copper, lead and zinc refineries, uranium processing plants, steel mills, aluminum plants,
precious metal refineries and cement processing plants.
Exclusion
• Operators of multi-function machinery in mineral and metal processing (J111, Central Control and
Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing).
Example titles
• Aluminum classifier
• Asbestos dryer
• Billet heater
• Brick and tile crusher operator
• Cement miller
• Extrusion press operator
• Foil-winding machine operator
• Furnace charger
• Ladle pourer
• Lead refiner
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Lime kiln operator
Mica sheet laminator
Quenching car operator
Scrap metal shredder
Sintering machine operator
Slurry equipment operator
Steel roller
Uranium classifier operator
Zinc cell operator
J122 Foundry Workers
This unit group includes workers who make foundry moulds and cores by hand or machine, cast molten
metal, and operate furnaces in the foundry industry. They are employed by metal foundries and foundry
departments of metal products manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with making metal moulds (H312, Tool and Die Makers); and
• Supervisors of foundry workers (J011, Supervisors, Mineral and Metal Processing).
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Example titles
• Bench moulder
• Casting machine operator
• Ceramic mouldmaker
• Die-casting machine operator
• Foundry worker
• Furnace operator - foundry
• Machine coremaker
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Manual moulder
Melter - foundry
Metal caster
Pit moulder
Sand coremaker
Sand moulder
J123 Glass Forming and Finishing Machine Operators and Glass Cutters
Machine operators in this unit group operate multi-function process control machinery or single function
machines to melt, form, cut or finish flat glass, glassware, bottles, and other glass products. Glass cutters
cut flat glass of various thicknesses to specified sizes and shapes by hand. They are employed by glass and
glass products manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Glass blowers that blow glass by hand (F144, Artisans and Craftspersons); and
• Supervisors of glass forming and finishing machine operators (J011, Supervisors, Mineral and Metal
Processing).
Example titles
• Bottle machine operator
• Float operator - glass forming
• Glass beveller
• Glass cutter, hand
• Glass edger
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Glass moulder
Glass-blowing machine operator
Glass-finishing machine operator
Glass-pressing machine operator
Mirror maker
J124 Concrete, Clay and Stone Forming Operators
This unit group includes workers who cast and finish concrete products, operate machines to extrude,
mould, press and bake clay products, and operate machines to form, cut and finish stone products. They are
employed by concrete, clay and stone products manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of concrete, clay and stone forming operators (J011, Supervisors, Mineral and Metal
Processing).
Example titles
• Asbestos shingle presser
• Brick presser operator
• Clay press operator
• Concrete block maker
• Finisher - concrete, clay and stone products
• Granite cutter
• Marble cutter
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Moulder, clay products
Precast concrete moulder
Precast concrete slab maker
Stone driller
Stone planer
Stonework moulder
J125 Inspectors and Testers, Mineral and Metal Processing
Inspectors and testers in this unit group inspect, grade, sample or test raw materials and products from
mineral ore and metal processing operations. They are employed in mineral ore and metal processing plants
such as copper, lead and zinc refineries, uranium processing plants, steel mills, aluminum plants, precious
metal refineries, cement processing plants, clay, glass and stone processing plants and foundries.
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Exclusion
• Nondestructive testers (C161, Non-destructive Testers and Inspectors).
Example titles
• Asbestos grader
• Brick and tile inspector
• Casting inspector
• Clay products grader
• Fibreglass tester
• Glass inspector
• Heat treating inspector
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Metal processing inspector
Mineral sampler
Molten metal sampler
Sheet steel inspector
Steel sheet inspector
Steel tester
J13 Machine Operators and Related Workers in Chemical, Plastic and Rubber
Processing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating machines in processing chemicals,
plastics, and rubber and in water treatment plants.
J131 Chemical Plant Machine Operators
Chemical plant machine operators monitor and operate units and machinery to blend, mix, process
and package a wide range of specialty chemicals, pharmaceuticals, cleaning and toiletry products. They
are primarily employed in chemical, cleaning compound, ink and adhesive industries, but may also be
employed by chemical processing departments in other industries.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of chemical plant machine operators (J012, Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical
Processing and Utilities); and
• Operators of petroleum, petrochemical or industrial chemical plants operated from central
computerized controls (J112, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Process Operators).
Example titles
• Batch mixer - chemical processing
• Blender - chemical processing
• Capsule machine operator
• Evaporator operator - chemical processing
• Formulations blender operator
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Glue blender
Granulator machine operator
Mixer - chemical processing
Screener - chemical processing
Soap maker
J132 Plastics Processing Machine Operators
Plastics processing machine operators set up and operate plastic mixing, calendering, extruding and
moulding processing machines used in the manufacture of plastic parts and plastic products. They are
employed by plastic products manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of plastics processing machine operators (J014, Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products
Manufacturing); and
• Workers that produce plastic products by assembling plastic parts (J225, Plastic Products Assemblers,
Finishers and Inspectors).
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Example titles
• Bag machine operator
• Banbury operator - plastic manufacturing
• Blow moulding machine operator
• Calender operator - plastic manufacturing
• Extruder operator - plastic manufacturing
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Injection moulding operator
Plastics press operator
Printing roller moulder
Solution mixer operator
J133 Rubber Processing Machine Operators and Related Workers
Workers in this unit group operate rubber processing machinery and assemble and inspect rubber products.
They are employed by tire manufacturers and other rubber products manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of rubber processing machine operators (J014, Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Assembler, rubber goods
• Banbury operator - rubber products
manufacturing
• Belt builder, rubber
• Calender machine operator - rubber
products manufacturing
• Cracker operator - rubber products
manufacturing
• Cure operator - rubber products
manufacturing
• Extruder operator - rubber products
manufacturing
• Hose builder, rubber
• Inspector, rubber products manufacturing
• Rubber processing machine operator
• Rubber products assembler
• Scrap rubber grinder - recycling
• Tire builder
• Tire inspector
J134 Water and Waste Plant Operators
Water plant operators monitor and operate computerized control systems and related equipment in water
filtration and treatment plants to regulate the treatment and distribution of water. Waste plant operators
monitor and operate computerized control systems and related equipment in wastewater, sewage treatment
and liquid waste plants to regulate the treatment and disposal of sewage and wastes. They are employed
by municipal governments, industries and institutions.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of water and waste plant operators (J012, Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical
Processing and Utilities).
Example titles
• Environmental systems operator - water
treatment
• Operator, water purification plant
• Process operator, liquid waste
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Sewage plant operator
Wastewater treatment plant operator
Water filtration plant operator
Water treatment plant operator
J14 Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper Production and Wood
Processing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating machines to produce lumber,
plywood and particle board; pulp, paper and converted paper products; and inspecting and grading work
associated with lumber.
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J141 Sawmill Machine Operators
Sawmill machine operators operate, monitor and control automated lumbermill equipment to saw timber
logs into rough lumber; saw, trim and plane rough lumber into dressed lumber of various sizes; and saw or
split shingles and shakes. They are employed in sawmills and planing mills.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, sawmill sawyers (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing).
Example titles
• Circular saw operator
• Edgerman / woman
• Head sawyer
• Log cut-off operator
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Planer operator
Resaw operator
Shake splitter
Trimmerman / woman
J142 Pulp Mill Machine Operators
Pulp mill machine operators operate and monitor various types of processing machinery and equipment to
produce pulp. They are employed by pulp and paper companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, pulpmill (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing); and
• Operators of multi-function process control equipment used to make pulp (J113, Pulping Control
Operators).
Example titles
• Assistant bleacher operator - pulp and paper
• Assistant digester operator
• Cook’s first helper - pulp and paper
• Field operator - pulp and paper
• Grinderman / woman - pulp and paper
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Refiner operator - pulp and paper
Repulper operator
Screenman / woman - pulp and paper
Thermomechanical pulp assistant operator
J143 Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators
Papermaking and finishing machine operators operate process machinery and equipment and assist
papermaking and coating control operators to produce, coat and finish paper. They are employed by pulp
and paper companies.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, paper finishing (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing);
• Operators of multi-function machines that make and coat paper (J114, Papermaking and Coating
Control Operators); and
• Pulp machine operators (J142, Pulp Mill Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Assistant coating operator - pulp and paper
• Balerman / woman - pulp and paper
• Calender operator - pulp and paper
• Embossing calender operator - pulp and
paper
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Graderman / woman - pulp and paper
Sheeter operator - pulp and paper
Winderman / woman - pulp and paper
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J144 Other Wood Processing Machine Operators
Machine operators in this unit group operate and tend wood processing equipment and machines to remove
bark from logs, produce wood chips, preserve and treat wood, and produce waferboards, particleboards,
hardboards, insulation boards, plywood, veneers and similar wood products. They are employed in
sawmills, woodrooms of pulp mills, planing mills, wood treatment plants, waferboard plants and other
wood processing plants.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women of other wood processing machine operators (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products
Processing).
Example titles
• Barker operator
• Chipper operator
• Lumber kiln operator
• Particleboard line operator
• Plywood panel assembler
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Timber treating tank operator
Veneer dryer tender
Veneer lathe operator
Waferboard press operator
Wood treater
J145 Paper Converting Machine Operators
Paper converting machine operators operate various machines which fabricate and assemble paper
products such as paper bags, containers, boxes, envelopes and similar articles. They are employed by paper
products manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Paper converting supervisors (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing).
Example titles
• Box maker operator
• Carton forming machine operator
• Core maker
• Corrugator operator
• Envelope maker operator
• Paper bag machine operator
• Paper box machine operator
J146 Lumber Graders and Other Wood Processing Inspectors and Graders
Lumber graders and other wood processing inspectors and graders inspect and grade lumber, shingles,
veneer, waferboard and similar wood products to identify defects, ensure conformance to company
specifications and classify products according to industry standards. They are employed by sawmills,
planing mills, wood treatment plants, waferboard plants and other wood processing companies.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of lumber graders (J015, Supervisors, Forest Products Processing).
Example titles
• Grader tallyman / woman - wood
processing
• Grader - wood processing
• Lumber grader
• Particleboard grader - wood processing
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Plywood inspector
Veneer grader
Wood measurer
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J15 Machine Operators and Related Workers in Textile Processing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating machines to process and spin
textile fibres; weave, knit, dye and finish cloth and textile products; and inspecting and grading work
associated with these processes.
J151 Textile Fibre and Yarn Preparation Machine Operators
Textile fibre and yarn preparation machine operators operate machines to prepare textile fibres or to spin,
wind or twist yarn or thread. They are employed by textile companies.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with installing, repairing and setting-up textile machinery (H417, Textile
Machinery Mechanics and Repairers); and
• Foremen/women, textile fibre and yarn preparation (J016, Supervisors, Textile Processing).
Example titles
• Card tender
• Opening and blending operator
• Slasher operator - textile manufacturing
• Spinning operator - textile manufacturing
• Twisting operator - textile manufacturing
• Warping operator - textile manufacturing
• Wool scourer
J152 Weavers, Knitters and Other Fabric-Making Occupations
Operators in this unit group operate machines to process yarn or thread into woven, non-woven and
knitted products such as cloth, lace, carpets, rope, industrial fabric, hosiery and knitted garments or to quilt
and embroider fabric. This unit group also includes workers who perform activities such as reproducing
patterns, drawing-in and tying warps and setting up looms. They are employed by textile companies and
by garment and mattress manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Craft weavers (F144, Artisans and Craftspersons);
• Foremen/women, weaving and knitting (J016, Supervisors, Textile Processing);
• Occupations concerned with preparation of fibre and yarn (J151, Textile Fibre and Yarn Preparation
Machine Operators); and
• Occupations concerned with the operation of sewing machines for joining sections of cloth together
(J161, Sewing Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Carpet weaver
• Drawer-in
• Drawing-in machine operator
• Embroidery machine operator
• Hosiery knitter
• Knitter - textiles
• Knitting machine operator
• Loom operator
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Mattress sewing machine operator
Pinning machine operator
Quilting machine operator
Tufting operator
Warp knitting machine tender
Warp tier-in
Weaver - textiles
J153 Textile Dyeing and Finishing Machine Operators
Textile dyeing and finishing machine operators operate machines to bleach, dye or finish yarn, thread, cloth
or textile products. They are employed by textile manufacturing companies.
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Exclusions
• Technicians and technologists involved in textile finishing (C111, Chemical Technologists and
Technicians); and
• Supervisors of textile dyers and master dyers (J016, Supervisors, Textile Processing).
Example titles
• Autoclave tender - textile manufacturing
• Bleaching range operator
• Carpet drying machine tender
• Coater operator - textile manufacturing
• Dyer
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Dye-range operator
Finishing range operator
Printing operator - textile manufacturing
Screen printing operator - textile
manufacturing
J154 Textile Inspectors, Graders and Samplers
Textile inspectors, graders and samplers prepare samples and inspect and grade textile products. They are
employed by textile companies.
Exclusions
• Technologists and technicians conducting physical or chemical tests on textiles (C111, Chemical
Technologists and Technicians); and
• Supervisors of textile inspectors (J016, Supervisors, Textile Processing).
Example titles
• Cloth grader
• Cloth inspector
• Inspector - textiles
• Perch operator
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Quality control inspector - textiles
Sampler - textiles
Textile grader
Yarn inspector
J16 Machine Operators and Related Workers in Fabric, Fur and Leather Products
Manufacturing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating sewing machines and cutting
pieces of material for furnishings and apparel; processing hides and pelts; and inspecting and grading fabric,
fur and leather products.
J161 Sewing Machine Operators
Sewing machine operators operate sewing machines to sew fabric, fur, leather or synthetic materials to
produce or repair garments and other articles. They are employed in clothing, footwear, textile products,
fur products and other manufacturing establishments and by furriers.
Exclusions
• Tailors, dressmakers and furriers (H512, Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Milliners); and
• Foremen/women, sewing machine operators (J025, Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Fur sewing machine operator
• Leather products sewing machine operator
• Lining stitcher
• Sample maker
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Serging machine operator
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J162 Fabric, Fur and Leather Cutters
Fabric cutters cut fabric to make parts for garments, linens and other articles. Fur cutters cut fur pelts to
make parts for garments and other fur articles. Leather cutters cut leather to make parts for shoes, garments
and other leather articles. Fabric cutters are employed by clothing and textile manufacturers and other
manufacturers of fabric products. Fur cutters are employed by furriers and fur products manufacturers.
Leather cutters are employed by shoe and other leather products manufacturers.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, fabric, fur and leather cutters (J025, Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Clothing cutter
• Fabric cutter
• Fur cutter
• Glove cutter
• Leather cutter
• Sample cutter
• Shoe cutter
J163 Hide and Pelt Processing Workers
Hide and pelt processing workers trim, scrape, clean, tan, buff and dye animal hides, pelts or skins to
produce leather stock and finished furs. They are employed by leather tanning, fur dressing and leather and
fur dyeing establishments.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, hide and pelt processing (J025, Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Beating machine tender
• Leather buffer
• Leather stretcher
• Pelt dresser
• Shaving machine tender
• Tanner
J164 Inspectors and Testers, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing
Inspectors and testers in this unit group inspect and grade hides, pelts and leather, or garments and other
manufactured fabric, fur and leather products. They are employed by leather tanning and fur dressing
establishments or by garment, fur and leather products manufacturers.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, clothing inspectors (J025, Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Clothing inspector
• Cushion and cover inspector
• Fur grader
• Garment inspector
• Hide grader
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Shirt inspector
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J17 Machine Operators and Related Workers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco
Processing
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating machines to process food,
beverages and tobacco; and inspecting and grading work associated with these products.
J171 Process Control and Machine Operators, Food and Beverage Processing
Process control and machine operators in this unit group operate multi-function process control machinery
or single-function machines to process and package food and beverage products. They are employed in fruit
and vegetable processing plants, dairies, flour mills, bakeries, sugar refineries, meat plants, breweries and
other food and beverage processing establishments.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, food and beverage processing (J013, Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco
Processing);
• Industrial butchers and meat cutters that slaughter livestock and poultry and prepare the initial cuts
of meat for further processing and packaging (J172, Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry
Preparers and Related Workers); and
• Workers that process fish (J173, Fish Plant Workers).
Example titles
• Bakery machine operator - food and
beverage processing
• Bottling machine operator
• Brewer
• Canning machine operator
• Chocolate refiner
• Control room operator - food and beverage
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Freezer operator
Fryer operator
Meat grinder
Mixer operator, dry foods
Pasteurizer operator
Sugar boiler
J172 Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry Preparers and Related Workers
Workers in this unit group prepare meat and poultry for further processing, for packaging or for marketing.
They are employed in meat and poultry slaughtering, processing and packing establishments.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with preparing standard cuts of meat for retail selling or for preparation in
restaurants (G941, Butchers, Meat Cutters and Fishmongers - Retail and Wholesale); and
• Foremen/women, meat cutting plants (J013, Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing).
Example titles
• Beef boner
• Ham cutter
• Industrial butcher
• Industrial meat cutter
• Meat trimmer
• Poultry preparer
• Slaughterer
J173 Fish Plant Workers
This unit group includes fish plant machine operators, who set up and operate machinery to process and
package fish products, and fish plant cutters and cleaners, who cut, trim and clean fish by hand. Fish plant
workers are employed in fish processing plants.
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Exclusions
• Foremen/women, fish plant (J013, Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing); and
• Fish graders (J175, Testers and Graders, Food and Beverage Processing).
Example titles
• Fish cake maker
• Fish canning machine operator
• Fish cleaner and cutter
• Fish cutting machine operator
• Fish plant worker
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Shellfish separator tender
Shellfish shucker
Trimmer - fish processing
J174 Tobacco Processing Machine Operators
Tobacco processing machine operators operate machines to prepare and treat raw tobacco leaves or to
produce and package tobacco products such as cigarettes and cigars. They are employed in leaf tobacco
processing and tobacco products plants.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, tobacco processing (J013, Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing);
and
• Tobacco testers and graders (J175, Testers and Graders, Food and Beverage Processing).
Example titles
• Cigar maker
• Cigarette machine tender
• Cleaning and classifying operator - tobacco
processing
• Conveyor tender - tobacco processing
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Module tender - tobacco processing
Tobacco blender
Tobacco packaging machine tender
J175 Testers and Graders, Food and Beverage Processing
Testers and graders in this unit group test or grade ingredients and finished food, beverage or tobacco
products to ensure conformance to company standards. They are employed in fruit and vegetable
processing plants, dairies, flour mills, bakeries, sugar refineries, fish plants, meat plants, breweries and
other food, beverage and tobacco processing plants.
Exclusions
• Inspectors of fish and agricultural products (C122, Agricultural and Fish Products Inspectors); and
• Supervisors of food testers (J013, Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing).
Example titles
• Beef grader
• Beer tester
• Cheese grader
• Fish grader
• Milk grader
• Poultry grader
• Product tester - food and beverage
processing
• Tobacco grader
J18 Printing Machine Operators and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with preparing printing plates or cylinders
for printing presses; setting-up and operating printing machines, and book-binding and film processing
equipment.
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J181 Printing Machine Operators
This unit group includes workers who operate laser printers, computerized high speed colour copiers
and other printing machines to print text, illustrations and designs on a wide variety of materials such as
paper, plastic, glass, leather, and metal. They are employed in rapid printing services, commercial printing
companies and in manufacturing and other establishments that have in-house printing facilities.
Exclusions
• Supervisors of printing machine operators (H018, Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations);
• Operators of printing presses (H521, Printing Press Operators); and
• Workers operating printing machines to print on textiles (J153, Textile Dyeing and Finishing Machine
Operators).
Example titles
• Colour copier operator
• Electronic sign maker operator
• Laser printer operator
• Printing and finishing machine operator
• Printing machine operator
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Screen print operator
Silk-screening machine operator
Wallpaper printer
J182 Camera, Platemaking and Other Prepress Occupations
This unit group includes prepress technicians who operate various computer controlled systems to perform
prepress activities and workers who operate graphic arts cameras and scanners, assemble film and negatives
and prepare, engrave and etch printing plates or cylinders for various types of printing presses. They are
employed in firms that specialize in colour graphics or platemaking and cylinder preparation, commercial
publishing and printing companies, newspapers, magazines, and in various establishments in the public
and private sectors that have in-house printing departments.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of prepress occupations (H018, Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Camera operator - graphic arts
• Cylinder preparer - printing
• Dot etcher
• Film stripper-assembler
• Platemaker
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Proofmaker
Scanner operator
Screenmaker
Studio-image-processing system operator
J183 Binding and Finishing Machine Operators
Binding and finishing machine operators set up, operate or oversee the operation of specific machines,
equipment or computerized units that bind and finish printed material. Workers who perform finishing
operations in the paper, carton and packaging industries, as well as those who encode and stamp plastic
cards, are included in this unit group. They are employed by binderies, commercial printing companies,
newspapers, magazines, and other publishing companies, and establishments in both the public and private
sectors that have in-house printing, binding and finishing departments.
Exclusions
• Hand bookbinders (F144, Artisans and Craftspersons); and
• Supervisors of bookbinders (H018, Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations).
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Example titles
• Binder and finisher
• Binder - printing
• Bindery operator
• Bookbinder, machine
• Bookbinding machine operator
• Cerlox binder operator
• Cutter operator - printing
• Finishing machine operator - printing
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• Gathering machine set-up operator printing
• Gold leaf stamper
• Laminating machine operator
• Perforator operator - printing
• Stitcher operator - printing
J184 Photographic and Film Processors
Photographic and film processors process and finish still photographic film and motion picture film. They
are employed in film processing laboratories and retail photofinishing establishments.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of film processors (H018, Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations).
Example titles
• Darkroom technician
• Film developer
• Film printing machine operator
• Film processor
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Photograph developer
Photograph inspector
Photographic processor
J19 Machining, Metalworking, Woodworking and Related Machine Operators
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with operating machines to turn, stamp, mould
or forge metal products; and turn, plane, route, drill or otherwise work wood.
J191 Machining Tool Operators
Machining tool operators set up and operate or tend metal-cutting machines designed for repetitive
machining work. They are employed by metal products and other manufacturing companies and in machine
shops. This unit group also includes workers who etch or chemically mill metal pieces.
Exclusions
• Machinists (H311, Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors); and
• Foremen/women, machine tool operators (J026, Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Aircraft parts etcher
• Boring mill operator - metal machining
• CNC machining tool operator
• Lathe machining operator
• Machining tool operator
• Milling machine set-up operator
• Production gear cutter
• Production grinder operator - metal
machining
• Radial drill operator - metal machining
J192 Forging Machine Operators
Forging machine operators operate forging machines to form and shape metal into various shapes and
sizes and impart desired strength, hardness or other characteristics. They are employed primarily in the
fabricated metal products, machinery, and transportation equipment industries.
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Exclusions
• Workers forging metal by hand or setting dies in forging machines (H325, Blacksmiths and Die
Setters); and
• Foremen/women, forging machine operators (J026, Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal
Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Bending machine operator
• Cold drawn operator
• Cold press operator
• Forging press operator
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Manipulator operator
Trip hammer operator
Upsetter operator
J193 Woodworking Machine Operators
Woodworking machine operators set up, program and operate one or more woodworking machines to
fabricate or repair wooden parts for furniture, fixtures or other wood products. They are employed in
furniture, fixture and other wood products manufacturing establishments.
Exclusions
• Carpenters (H121, Carpenters);
• Cabinet makers (H122, Cabinetmakers);
• Foremen/women, woodworking machine operators (J024, Supervisors, Furniture and Fixtures
Manufacturing); and
• Wood processing machine operators (J14, Machine Operators and Related Workers in Pulp and Paper
Production and Wood Processing).
Example titles
• Boring machine operator - woodworking
• CNC band saw operator - woodworking
• Drill operator - woodworking
• Drum sander - woodworking
• Edge bander operator - woodworking
• Glue machine operator - woodworking
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Planer operator - woodworking
Rough mill operator - woodworking
Shaper - woodworking
Woodworking machine operator
J194 Metalworking Machine Operators
Light metalworking machine operators operate metalworking machines which shape and form sheet or
other light metal into parts or products. They are employed by sheet metal products manufacturing
companies, sheet metal shops and other light metal products manufacturing establishments. Heavy
metalworking machine operators operate metalworking machines which shape and form steel or other
heavy metal into parts or products. They are employed by structural steel fabrication, boiler and platework
manufacturing companies, heavy machinery manufacturing companies and in the shipbuilding industry.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, light and heavy metal-working machine operators (J026, Supervisors, Other
Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing); and
• Workers shaping and forming metal by forging (J192, Forging Machine Operators).
Example titles
• Disk flange operator
• Metalworking machine operator
• Power press operator
• Press brake operator
• Punch press operator
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Shear operator
Vertical press operator
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J196 Other Metal Products Machine Operators
This unit group includes metal products machine operators, not elsewhere classified, who operate one
or more automatic or multi-purpose machines to produce a variety of metal parts and products, such as
wire mesh, nails, bolts and chains. They are employed by a wide variety of metal products manufacturing
companies.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of metal products machine operators (J026, Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal
Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Bolt machine operator
• Bullet maker
• Can-forming machine operator
• Chain-making machine operator
• Metal cable maker operator
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Spring machine operator
Wire screen maker
Wire weaver
J197 Other Products Machine Operators
This unit group includes all machine operators, not elsewhere classified, who operate machines to cut,
press, stamp, mould, treat, finish or otherwise fabricate components or products, such as jewellery, buttons,
pencils, crayons, non-prescription lenses, brushes, notions and other miscellaneous products. They are
employed by a wide variety of manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Supervisors of other products machine operators (J027, Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing
and Assembly).
Example titles
• Brush making machine operator
• Button machine operator
• Crayon making machine tender
• Jewellery annealer
• Prism maker operator
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Sports ball moulder
Stuffing machine tender
Tennis ball maker operator
J2 Assemblers in Manufacturing
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with assembling and fabricating transportation
equipment; machinery; electronic equipment; electrical products; furniture and fixtures; fabric, fur and
leather products; and other products requiring assembly or fabrication. Also included are occupations
primarily concerned with industrial painting, furniture finishing and refinishing and metal coating and
plating.
J21 Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Assemblers
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with assembling and fabricating aircraft; motor
vehicles; machinery; electronic equipment; and electrical appliances, apparatus, motors and transformers.
J211 Aircraft Assemblers and Aircraft Assembly Inspectors
Aircraft assemblers assemble, fit and install prefabricated parts to manufacture fixed wing or rotary wing
aircraft or aircraft subassemblies. Aircraft assembly inspectors inspect aircraft assemblies for adherence to
engineering specifications. They are employed by aircraft and aircraft subassembly manufacturers.
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Exclusions
• Licensed aircraft inspectors who inspect and certify the airworthiness of aircraft and aircraft
mechanical systems (H415, Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors);
• Aircraft engine assemblers (H416, Machine Fitters); and
• Foremen/women, aircraft assembly (J026, Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Aircraft assembler
• Aircraft inspector, assembly
• Airframe assembler
• Bench and structural assembler
• Bench fitter mechanic - aircraft assembly
• Rigger - aircraft assembly
• Wing tank mechanic - aircraft assembly
J212 Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers
Motor vehicle assemblers assemble and install prefabricated motor vehicle parts and components to form
subassemblies and finished motor vehicles. Motor vehicle inspectors and testers inspect and test parts,
subassemblies, accessories and finished products to ensure proper performance and conformity to quality
standards. They are employed in plants which manufacture automobiles, vans and light trucks.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, motor vehicle assembly (J021, Supervisors, Motor Vehicle Assembling); and
• Motor vehicle engine assemblers and assemblers of trucks and buses (J216, Mechanical Assemblers
and Inspectors).
Example titles
• Assembly inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Auto assembly worker
• Body assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Car assembler
• Chassis inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
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Motor vehicle assembler
Sport utility vehicle (SUV) assembler
Test driver - automobile assembly
Transmission installer
Van assembler
J213 Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers
Electronics assemblers and fabricators assemble and fabricate electronic equipment, parts and components.
Electronics inspectors and testers inspect and test electronic and electromechanical assemblies,
subassemblies, parts and components to ensure conformance to prescribed standards. They are employed
in electronics manufacturing plants.
Exclusions
• Technicians that perform evaluation and calibration of electronic equipment and components prior to
assembly (C141, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians);
• Foremen/women, electronic assembly (J022, Supervisors, Electronics Manufacturing); and
• Occupations concerned with assembling and inspecting electrical products (J214, Assemblers and
Inspectors, Electrical Appliance, Apparatus and Equipment Manufacturing).
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Example titles
• Capacitor assembler
• Circuit board assembler
• Component inserting machine operator
• Crystal final tester
• Electronics assembler
• Electronics inspector - electronic equipment
manufacturing
• Finished product inspector - electronic
equipment manufacturing
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• Inspector, printed circuit board (PCB)
assembly
• Precision instrument assembler - electronic
equipment manufacturing
• Surface mount assembler
• Tester, electronic components
• Through-hole assembler
• Wafer fabrication operator
• Wave soldering machine operator
• Wiring and assembly operator
J214 Assemblers and Inspectors, Electrical Appliance, Apparatus and Equipment
Manufacturing
Assemblers in this unit group assemble prefabricated parts to produce household, commercial and
industrial appliances and equipment. Inspectors in this unit group inspect and test assembled products.
Workers who set up and prepare assembly lines for operation are included in this unit group. Workers in
this unit group are employed by electrical appliance and electrical equipment manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Persons repairing or servicing electrical appliances, apparatus and equipment after purchase (H432,
Electric Appliance Servicers and Repairers); and
• Foremen/women, electrical appliance assemblers (J023, Supervisors, Electrical Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Assembler, electrical appliances
• Circuit breaker assembler
• Clothes dryer assembler, electric
• Coffee maker assembler
• Dishwasher assembler
• Hair dryer assembler
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Inspector, electrical controls assembly
Lawn mower assembler, electric
Production assembler, electrical equipment
Refrigerator assembler, electric
J215 Assemblers, Fabricators and Inspectors, Industrial Electrical Motors and
Transformers
This unit group includes workers who assemble, fabricate, fit, wire and inspect heavy-duty industrial
electrical equipment. They are employed by manufacturers of industrial electric motors, transformers,
control equipment, railway locomotives, transit vehicles and other heavy electrical equipment.
Exclusions
• Workers who repair and test industrial electrical equipment following installation (H433, Electrical
Mechanics);
• Foremen/women, electrical motors and transformer assemblers (J023, Supervisors, Electrical
Products Manufacturing); and
• Assemblers and fabricators of small electrical motors, transformers, and similar products (J214,
Assemblers and Inspectors, Electrical Appliance, Apparatus and Equipment Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Assembler and wirer, motors and generators
• Assembler, switchgear and control panel
• Coil winder, transformer
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and DC (direct current) motors
• Inspector and tester, AC and DC motors
• Inspector, electrical control panel
• Panelboard assembler - industrial electrical
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Switchgear fitter-wirer
Transformer inspector
Transformer winder
Winder, AC and DC armatures
Wirer, electrical switchgear panels
J216 Mechanical Assemblers and Inspectors
Assemblers in this unit group assemble a wide variety of mechanical products such as trucks, buses,
snowmobiles, garden tractors, automotive engines, transmissions, outboard motors, gearboxes, hydraulic
pumps and sewing machines. Inspectors in this unit group check and inspect subassemblies and finished
products to ensure proper quality and product specifications. They are employed by machinery and
transportation equipment manufacturers and by other manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Machine fitters who are tradespersons and build heavy industrial machinery and equipment and
aircraft engine assemblers (H416, Machine Fitters); and
• Foremen/women, mechanical assemblers and inspectors (J026, Supervisors, Other Mechanical and
Metal Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Automotive engine assembler
• Garden machinery assembler
• Gearbox assembler
• Gearcase assembler
• Hydraulic hoist assembler
• Mechanical assembler
• Sewing machine assembler
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Tractor assembler
Transmission assembler
Truck assembler
Truck assembly inspector
Truck trailer assembler
Vending machine assembler
J217 Machine Operators and Inspectors, Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing
Machine operators in this unit group operate machinery or equipment to fabricate complete products
or parts for use in the assembly of electrical appliances and equipment, and electrical apparatus,
such as batteries, fuses and plugs. Inspectors in this unit group inspect and test completed parts and
production items. Workers in this unit group are employed by electrical appliance and electrical equipment
manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, battery makers (J023, Supervisors, Electrical Products Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Assembly machine setter - electrical
equipment manufacturing
• Dry cell charge machine operator
• Epoxy coating machine operator
• Inspector, electrical dry battery
• Inspector, electrical light bulbs
• Machine operator - electrical equipment
manufacturing
• Machine set-up operator - electrical
appliance manufacturing
• Production line battery repairer - electrical
equipment manufacturing
J22 Other Assembly and Related Occupations
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with assembling and fabricating furniture and
fixtures; fabric, fur and leather products; and other products requiring assembly or fabrication. Also
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included are occupations primarily concerned with industrial painting, furniture finishing and refinishing,
and metal coating and plating.
J221 Boat Assemblers and Inspectors
Boat assemblers assemble wooden, fibreglass and metal boats, such as sailboats, motorboats, canoes and
cabin cruisers. Boat inspectors check assembled boats to ensure proper product quality. They are employed
by boat and marine craft manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, boat assemblers (J027, Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and Assembly).
Example titles
• Aluminum boat assembler
• Boat assembler
• Boat inspector
• Canoe assembler
• Fibreglass boat assembler
• Motorboat assembler
• Sailboat assembler
J222 Furniture and Fixture Assemblers and Inspectors
This unit group includes workers who assemble parts to form subassemblies or complete articles of
furniture and fixtures. Inspectors in this unit group inspect furniture and fixture subassemblies and finished
products to ensure product quality. They are employed by furniture manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Cabinetmakers (H122, Cabinetmakers); and
• Foremen/women, furniture and fixture assemblers and inspectors (J024, Supervisors, Furniture and
Fixtures Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Assembly inspector - furniture
manufacturing
• Chair assembler
• Desk assembler
• Fixture assembler
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Furniture inspector
Metal furniture assembler
Table assembler
Wood furniture assembler
J223 Other Wood Products Assemblers and Inspectors
Assemblers in this unit group assemble a variety of wood products and millwork, such as window
sashes and doors. Inspectors in this unit group inspect wood products to ensure product quality. They
are employed by establishments engaged in manufacturing a variety of wood and millwork products.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, other wood products assemblers (J027, Supervisors, Other Products
Manufacturing and Assembly); and
• Workers assembling wooden furniture (J222, Furniture and Fixture Assemblers and Inspectors).
Example titles
• Bench assembler, wood products
• Crate builder, wood
• Manufactured housing production worker
• Millwork assembler
• Pallet maker, wood
• Prefabricated housing assembler
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Wood products assembling inspector
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J224 Furniture Finishers and Refinishers
Furniture finishers finish new wood or metal furniture to specified colour and finish. They are employed in
furniture manufacturing plants, retail furniture stores or refinishing and repair shops. Furniture refinishers
refinish repaired, used or old furniture. They are employed in furniture refinishing and repair shops or they
may be self-employed.
Exclusion
• Occupations concerned with painting items of wood or metal other than furniture (J226, Painters and
Coaters - Industrial).
Example titles
• Finishing machine operator
• Furniture finisher
• Furniture polisher
• Furniture refinisher
• Furniture stainer
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Touch-up person - furniture finishing
Trimmer - furniture finishing
Wash-off operator - furniture finishing
Wood finisher
J225 Plastic Products Assemblers, Finishers and Inspectors
This unit group includes workers who assemble, finish and inspect plastic parts and finished products. They
are employed by plastic products manufacturing companies and plastic parts divisions of aircraft or other
manufacturing companies.
Exclusion
• Foremen/women, plastic products assemblers (J014, Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products
Manufacturing).
Example titles
• Fibreglass laminator
• Plastic bottle trimmer
• Plastic parts assembler
• Plastic products fabricator
• Plastic products inspector and tester
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Plastics assembler
Plastics inspector
Plastics trimmer
Skylight assembler
J226 Painters and Coaters - Industrial
Painters and coaters in this unit group tend and operate machines or use brushes and spray equipment to
apply paint, enamel, lacquer or other non-metallic protective and decorative coatings to surfaces of various
products. They are employed by manufacturing companies, specialized coating shops and refinishing
establishments.
Exclusions
• Occupations concerned with painting buildings and houses, both exterior and interior (H144,
Painters and Decorators);
• Occupations concerned with painting cars in body repair shops (H422, Motor Vehicle Body
Repairers);
• Foremen/women, manufacturing painters (J014, Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products
Manufacturing; or J02, Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication); and
• Occupations concerned with painting furniture (J224, Furniture Finishers and Refinishers).
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Example titles
• Assembly painter
• Automobile painter - motor vehicle
manufacturing
• Aviation painter
• Bathtub refinisher
• Coating machine operator - industrial
painting and coating
• Dip tank attendant
• Enameller
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Manufacturing painter
Paint machine operator
Paint systems operator
Production painter
Robotic spray paint attendant
Rustproofer, motor vehicle
Spray paint operator
Spray painter
J227 Plating, Metal Spraying and Related Operators
This unit group includes workers who operate machines or equipment to deposit metallized substances on
metal or other articles to provide decorative, protective or restorative coatings. They are employed by metal
products manufacturing companies and by customized metal plating and coating shops.
Exclusions
• Foremen/women, metal plating and spraying (J026, Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal
Products Manufacturing); and
• Industrial painters and coaters (J226, Painters and Coaters - Industrial).
Example titles
• Anodizer
• Electroplater operator
• Galvanizer
• Metal coater operator
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Metal dipper
Metal electroplater
Metal spray operator
Sherardizer
J228 Other Assemblers and Inspectors
This unit group includes assemblers and inspectors, not elsewhere classified, who assemble and inspect a
variety of products, such as jewellery, silverware, clocks and watches, musical instruments, sporting goods,
toys, and other miscellaneous products. They are employed by a wide variety of manufacturing companies.
Exclusions
• Makers of hand-crafted stringed instruments (F144, Artisans and Craftspersons);
• Jewellers (H514, Jewellers, Watch Repairers and Related Occupations);
• Foremen/women, other assemblers (J027, Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and
Assembly); and
• Piano case makers (J222, Furniture and Fixture Assemblers and Inspectors).
Example titles
• Antenna assembler
• Bicycle assembler
• Camera assembly inspector
• Eyeglass frame assembler
• Golf club assembler
• Jewellery inspector
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Lampshade assembler
Piano assembly inspector
Toy inspector
Venetian blind assembler
Watch assembler
J3 Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
Occupations in this major group are primarily concerned with performing manual tasks and assisting
machine operators in manufacturing and utilities.
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J31 Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
Occupations in this minor group are primarily concerned with performing manual tasks and assisting
machine operators in manufacturing and utilities.
J311 Labourers in Mineral and Metal Processing
Labourers in this unit group perform material handling, clean-up, packaging and other elemental activities
related to mineral ore and metal processing. They are employed in mineral ore and metal processing plants
such as copper, lead and zinc refineries, uranium processing plants, steel mills, aluminum plants, precious
metal refineries, cement processing plants, clay, glass and stone processing plants and foundries.
Example titles
• Asbestos worker
• Billet pusher
• Brick and tile kiln cleaner
• Casting helper
• Foundry labourer
• Furnace helper
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Glass packer
Kiln labourer
Metal pourer helper
Rolling mill worker
Salt screening labourer
Tailings labourer
J312 Labourers in Metal Fabrication
Labourers in this unit group remove excess metal and unwanted materials from metal parts, castings and
other metal products and perform other labouring activities. They are employed in structural steel, boiler
and platework fabrication plants, heavy machinery manufacturing plants, sheet metal fabrication shops,
shipbuilding and other metal products manufacturing companies.
Example titles
• Chipper-grinder
• Forge helper
• Grinder-deburrer
• Labourer - metal fabrication
• Metal cleaner
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•
Metalworking machine helper
Plater helper
Shipfitter helper
Shotblaster
Wheelabrator operator
J313 Labourers in Chemical Products Processing and Utilities
Labourers in this unit group carry out a variety of material handling, cleaning and routine general labouring
activities. They are employed by petroleum and natural gas processing, pipeline and petrochemical,
chemical and pharmaceutical companies, and by electrical, water and waste treatment utilities.
Example titles
• Cleaner, filter - chemical processing
• Cleaner, still - chemical processing
• Coating machine feeder - chemical
processing
• Helper - chemical processing
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Labourer - gas utility
Loader - chemical processing
Retort unloader
Water intake tender
Waterworks labourer
J314 Labourers in Wood, Pulp and Paper Processing
Labourers in this unit group carry out a variety of general labouring and routine wood processing activities
and assist pulp mill and papermaking machine operators. They are employed by pulp and paper, and paper
converting companies, sawmills, planing mills, wood treatment plants, waferboard plants and other wood
processing companies.
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J – Occupations Unique to Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
Example titles
• Beater operator helper - pulp and paper
• Chip bin attendant - wood processing
• Conveyor cleaner - pulp and paper
• Green wood chainman / woman - wood
processing
• Grinder feeder - pulp and paper
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Labourer - wood processing
Lumber straightener - wood processing
Plywood dryer feeder
Sheeter helper - pulp and paper
Utility man / woman - pulp and paper
J315 Labourers in Rubber and Plastic Products Manufacturing
Labourers in this unit group assist machine operators, transport materials and perform similar tasks. They
are employed by rubber and plastic products manufacturing companies.
Example titles
• Belt builder helper
• Labourer - plastic products manufacturing
• Labourer - rubber products manufacturing
• Machine offbearer - rubber products
manufacturing
• Mould cleaner - rubber products
manufacturing
• Moulded products stripper - rubber and
plastic products manufacturing
• Roll changer - rubber manufacturing
• Spreader operator helper - plastic products
manufacturing
J316 Labourers in Textile Processing
Labourers in textile processing perform a variety of manual duties to assist in processing fibres into yarn
or thread, or to assist in weaving, knitting, bleaching, dyeing or finishing textile fabrics or other textile
products. They are employed by textile companies.
Example titles
• Doffer
• Dyeing and finishing machine loader
• Helper - textiles
• Textile machine cleaner
• Waste machine feeder
• Yarn handler
J317 Labourers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
Labourers in this unit group perform material handling, clean-up, packaging and other elemental activities
related to food, beverage and tobacco processing. They are employed in fruit and vegetable processing
plants, dairies, flour mills, bakeries, sugar refineries, meat plants, breweries and other food, beverage and
tobacco processing plants.
Example titles
• Bottle washer
• Brewery labourer
• Cigarette packer
• Dairy helper
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•
Food processing labourer
Meat packager
Potato chip sorter
Production helper
J318 Labourers in Fish Processing
Labourers in this unit group perform clean-up, packaging, material handling and other elemental activities
related to fish processing. They are employed in fish processing and packaging plants.
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Example titles
• Cannery labourer
• Fish briner
• Fish plant labourer
• Fish salter
• Fish weigher
• Shellfish labourer
• Shellfish packer
J319 Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
This unit group includes labourers, not elsewhere classified, who perform material handling, clean-up,
packaging and other elemental activities in processing, manufacturing and utilities. They are employed
by companies that manufacture products such as clothing, footwear, furniture and electrical and electronic
products and by printing and packaging companies.
Example titles
• Bindery helper
• Box packer
• Carton marker
• Chair sander
• Clothing plant labourer
• Electrical products labourer
• Film cutter - film processing
• Furniture packer
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Garment folder
Labourer, shoe manufacturing
Lens blocker
Packager, machine
Seed packager
Sorter, recyclable materials
Upholsterer helper
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2D
2
F141
F141
2D animation artist
2D animator
3
F141
F141
C133
3D animation artist
3D animator
3D CNC (computer numerical control)
programmer
9
B575
B411
911 dispatcher
911 emergency centre operations officer
A
Abattoir supervisor
Able seaman / woman, except military
Able seaman / woman, military
Able-bodied seaman / woman
Aboriginal affairs development officer
Aboriginal affairs officer
Aboriginal art carver
Aboriginal band chief
Aboriginal band council member
Aboriginal centre co-ordinator
Aboriginal centre manager
Aboriginal craftwork instructor
Aboriginal employment developer
Aboriginal employment officer
Aboriginal employment policy officer
Aboriginal employment program officer
Aboriginal employment worker
Aboriginal issues lobbyist
Aboriginal land claims liaison officer
Aboriginal outreach officer - social
services
E212 Aboriginal outreach worker
E131 Aboriginal school community teacher secondary school
A323 Aboriginal school principal
J125 Abrasive and clay products grader
J197 Abrasive belt cutter
J124 Abrasive mixer - stone products
J124 Abrasive products kiln fireman /
woman - non-metallic mineral products
J311 Abrasive reclaimer - mineral products
processing
J013
H733
G624
H733
E034
E034
F144
A011
A011
E212
A324
F144
E213
E213
E034
E034
E213
E034
E037
E212
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J197
J124
J124
J124
J124
J124
J124
J125
J124
J112
J112
E211
J215
E133
E133
A014
E133
E133
E131
E131
E121
A323
A361
H821
H121
B311
B311
J212
H415
H415
B573
B534
B114
B314
B314
B314
B314
A222
A222
F033
H535
F033
B531
B022
C071
Abrasive sheets inspector
Abrasive wheel binder
Abrasive wheel grinder
Abrasive wheel grinder, rubber
Abrasive wheel maker
Abrasive wheel maker, diamond
Abrasive wheel maker, rubber
Abrasive wheel moulder
Abrasive wheel tester
Abrasives furnace preparer - stone
products
Absorption operator
Absorption plant operator
Abstractor
AC (alternating current) and DC (direct
current) motors fitter-assembler
Academic adviser
Academic adviser, First Nations studies
program
Academic business vice-president
Academic counsellor
Academic skills counsellor
Academic subjects high school teacher
Academic subjects secondary school
teacher
Academic subjects teacher - college
level
Academic superintendent
Academy of music manager
Access floor installer helper
Access floor specialist carpenter
Access to information and privacy
officer
Access to information officer
Accessories installer, automobiles motor vehicle manufacturing
Accessories overhaul mechanic, aircraft
Accessories overhaul technician, aircraft
Accessories repair service clerk
Accident and sickness clerk - insurance
Accident and sickness underwriter insurance
Accommodation analyst
Accommodation co-ordinator
Accommodation officer
Accommodation planning officer
Accommodation services manager
Accommodations manager
Accompanist
Accordion repairer
Accordion teacher - private,
conservatory or studio lessons
Account audit clerk
Account executive, advertising
Account manager, IT (information
technology) consulting
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Account
A131
B532
A114
B531
B011
B011
B011
B531
A111
A111
B531
B111
B531
B412
B011
A111
A111
A303
A303
A111
B531
A111
A111
A114
B412
B412
E121
E131
B111
B534
B553
B553
A302
A302
B412
B531
B531
B412
B531
B412
B534
B412
E039
B115
J313
J131
J194
H326
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Account manager - sales
Account records clerk - payroll
Account records manager
Account verification clerk
Accountant
Accountant-controller
Accountants supervisor
Accounting and auditing clerk
Accounting and financial control chief
Accounting and financial control
director
Accounting assistant
Accounting bookkeeper
Accounting clerk
Accounting clerks supervisor
Accounting controller
Accounting department manager
Accounting director
Accounting firm manager
Accounting firm manager - business
services
Accounting firm manager - financial
services
Accounting machine operator
Accounting manager
Accounting office manager
Accounting records manager
Accounting section head
Accounting supervisor
Accounting teacher - college level
Accounting teacher - secondary school
Accounting technician
Accounts clerk - financial sector
Accounts information clerk
Accounts information service clerk
Accounts manager - banking, credit and
investment
Accounts manager, commercial
mortgages
Accounts payable analyst
Accounts payable and receivable clerk
Accounts payable clerk
Accounts payable supervisor
Accounts receivable clerk
Accounts receivable supervisor
Accounts representative - financial
sector
Accounts supervisor
Accreditation officer, health and social
services institution
Accredited appraiser
Acetylene cylinder preparer
Acetylene plant attendant
Acetylene torch operator - metal
fabrication
Acetylene welder
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J319
J311
J142
J112
J112
J131
G932
I142
I142
I142
J319
I142
J131
C161
C161
H134
H134
J197
H134
C032
C032
C032
C011
C023
F132
F035
D313
F154
D313
F035
F024
C061
C061
B534
A123
C061
D313
D313
D232
D232
D111
D112
D011
B523
F021
E022
E023
E212
E212
H535
B511
Acid bottler
Acid conditioning worker - primary
metal processing
Acid maker - pulp and paper
Acid mixer operator
Acid plant operator
Acid pumper - chemical processing
Acid tank cleaner
Acid treater - oil field services
Acid truck driver
Acid truck driver - oil field services
Acid-bottling machine tender
Acidizer, oil field services
Acidulation plant tender
Acoustic emission technician
Acoustic emission tester
Acoustic tile and drywall installer
Acoustic tile installer
Acoustic tile surfacer
Acoustical ceiling installer
Acoustical engineer
Acoustics and vibration engineer
Acoustics engineer
Acoustics physicist
Acreage-quota assignment officer
Acrobat
Acting teacher - private or studio
Activities co-ordinator - health support
services
Activities leader - activities for older
adults
Activity worker
Actor / actress
Actor agent
Actuarial analyst
Actuarial assistant
Actuarial clerk
Actuarial department manager
Actuary
Acupuncture assistant
Acupuncture attendant
Acupuncture, doctor of
Acupuncturist
Acute care co-ordinator - nursing
Acute care nurse practitioner
Acute care specialist
Ad compositor - typesetting
Ad writer
Addiction social worker
Addictions counsellor
Addictions worker
Addictions worker - compulsive
gambling
Adding machine repairer
Address forms clerk
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B561
B561
B511
B561
J197
C034
B318
B318
B318
B021
B113
H411
J214
J212
J212
J213
H535
J212
B113
H417
J212
H535
B113
J197
J228
B553
E133
A331
D313
B311
A114
B311
B311
E121
B311
B511
B541
B541
B541
B311
D032
E011
E012
A341
A114
Addressing machine operator - mail
and postal services
Address-labelling machine tender
Addressograph clerk
Address-plate inserter
Adhesive bandage machine tender
Adhesives engineer
Adjudication officer - employment
insurance
Adjudication officer - immigration
Adjudicator - employment insurance
Adjudicator, labour
Adjuster
Adjuster, cigarette shell-and-slide
packet-making machines
Adjuster, coils - electrical equipment
manufacturing
Adjuster, doors and deck lids - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Adjuster, doors - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Adjuster, filament-winding machine
Adjuster, golf club heads
Adjuster, headlights - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Adjuster - insurance
Adjuster, knitting machines - textile
manufacturing
Adjuster, line-up - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Adjuster, piano action
Adjuster trainee - insurance
Adjuster, watch balance wheel
Adjuster, watch escapement put-in-beat
Adjustment clerk
Adjustment officer, school
Adjustment programs director government services
Adjuvant
Administration analyst
Administration and property
management services director
Administration officer
Administration services co-ordinator
Administration teacher
Administrative analyst
Administrative assistant
Administrative clerk
Administrative clerk - military
Administrative contract clerk
Administrative co-ordinator
Administrative dietitian
Administrative judge
Administrative lawyer
Administrative librarian
Administrative manager
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D032
B311
B311
A114
A114
B211
A114
B311
A114
A114
B311
B411
A114
A331
A341
A341
A321
A323
A324
A324
B317
C072
C072
A321
A322
B014
A341
A014
A334
A112
A343
A343
A343
A341
A321
A342
B317
A111
A114
A343
B311
A331
A321
A331
A322
A331
A353
A321
Administrative nutritionist
Administrative officer
Administrative planning officer
Administrative records department
manager
Administrative records manager
Administrative secretary
Administrative services chief
Administrative services co-ordinator
Administrative services director
Administrative services manager
Administrative services officer
Administrative services supervisor
Administrative support services
manager
Administrative tribunal judge government services
Administrator, art gallery
Administrator assistant, art gallery
Administrator, blood bank
Administrator, board of education
Administrator, Chamber of Commerce
Administrator, child welfare services
Administrator, court
Administrator, data
Administrator, database
Administrator, dental health services
Administrator, education programs
Administrator, estate
Administrator, historic sites
Administrator, hospital
Administrator, House of Commons
Administrator, human resources
Administrator in chief, leisure
Administrator in chief, recreation
Administrator, leisure
Administrator, museum
Administrator, nursing unit
Administrator of studio and
broadcasting station
Administrator of the court
Administrator, pension plans
Administrator, records
Administrator, recreation
Administrator, reserve
Administrator, social programs government services
Administrator, therapeutic services
Administrator, traffic safety government services
Administrator, vocational school
Administrator, welfare services government services
Admiral
Admissions director - health care
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Admissions
A322 Admissions director - post-secondary
education
B311 Admissions officer, post-secondary
educational institution
B514 Admitting clerk
E034 Adoption project officer
D216 Adult echocardiographer
E035 Adult education consultant
A322 Adult education dean
E035 Adult education program officer
A333 Adult education services director
E131 Adult education teacher, secondary
school
D234 Advanced care paramedic
D234 Advanced emergency medical assistant
D234 Advanced life support attendant
D234 Advanced life support co-ordinator
D234 Advanced life support paramedic
D112 Advanced nurse practitioner
D112 Advanced practice nurse
G721 Adventure travel site interpreter
B563 Advertisement delivery person - courier
service
B022 Advertising account executive
A131 Advertising account manager
A131 Advertising administrator
G111 Advertising agency broker
A303 Advertising agency manager
A013 Advertising agency president
G111 Advertising agent
E033 Advertising analyst
F141 Advertising art director
F141 Advertising art supervisor
E121 Advertising art teacher
F141 Advertising artist
B552 Advertising assistant
B315 Advertising buyer
B022 Advertising campaign organizer
B552 Advertising clerk
B413 Advertising clerks supervisor
B535 Advertising collector
B022 Advertising consultant
B573 Advertising control clerk
F021 Advertising copywriter
F141 Advertising designer
A131 Advertising director
F022 Advertising editor
F141 Advertising illustrator
B563 Advertising item delivery person courier service
F141 Advertising layout designer
A131 Advertising manager
B552 Advertising space measurer
B314 Advertising space officer
B022 Advertising specialist
G111 Advertising time sales representative
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F021
E133
B022
E034
E012
B112
E034
G921
E012
E012
J193
F132
C171
I012
C155
C155
C155
F121
C171
H822
H822
C171
C171
C155
C155
H611
F154
B415
C011
C046
H415
H415
C113
C113
D219
D219
D219
C153
C046
C132
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
C046
Advertising writer
Adviser, academic
Adviser, corporate development
planning
Adviser for the integration of persons
with disabilities
Adviser, law and corporate affairs
Adviser, loans
Adviser, public assistance
Adviser, weight loss
Advisory counsel
Advocate, legal
Adzing and boring machine operator
Aerial acrobat - entertainment
Aerial crop duster
Aerial crop dusting service manager
Aerial photograph analyst
Aerial photograph interpreter
Aerial photograph technician
Aerial photographer
Aerial sprayer
Aerial spraying assistant
Aerial spraying lineman / woman
Aerial survey flight supervisor
Aerial survey pilot
Aerial survey technician
Aerial survey technologist
Aerial tram operator
Aerobics instructor
Aerodrome supervisor
Aerodynamicist
Aerodynamics engineer
Aero-engine mechanic
Aero-engine technician
Aerological observer
Aerological technician
Aeromedical instructor
Aeromedical technician
Aeromedicine technician
Aeronautical draftsperson
Aeronautical engineer
Aeronautical technologist
Aerospace engineer
Aerospace engineer - design and
development
Aerospace engineer - flight operations
Aerospace engineer - flight support
Aerospace engineer - flight test
Aerospace engineer - mass properties
Aerospace engineer - material stress
Aerospace engineer - materials and
processes
Aerospace engineer - military
Aerospace engineer - propulsion
systems
Aerospace engineer, structures
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C046
C046
C046
A121
C132
C132
C046
C011
C046
C046
C046
F024
E034
H432
A131
F024
B314
F024
G711
F024
G713
G713
G713
G714
G713
G134
G713
G713
F024
G714
G713
B112
F024
G714
G713
G714
F024
G134
G714
G132
G713
G714
B115
B013
G714
F024
F024
G713
G713
F024
G713
G713
G714
Aerospace engineer - systems
Aerospace engineer - systems analysis
Aerospace engineer - weight and
balance
Aerospace engineering service head
Aerospace engineering technician
Aerospace engineering technologist
Aerospace reliability specialist
Aerospace research scientist
Aerospace structural engineer
Aerospace systems engineer
Aerospace test engineer
Affiliated stations relations
administrator
Affirmation action advisor
After-sales service technician - electrical
appliances
Agency marketing department manager
Agent, actors
Agent, apartment rental
Agent, athlete
Agent, booking - travel agency
Agent, career
Agent, cargo - airline
Agent, check-in - airline
Agent, commissary - airline
Agent, counter sales - railway
Agent, counter services - airline
Agent, country grain elevator
Agent, customer sales - airline
Agent, customer service - airline
Agent, entertainment
Agent, freight - railway
Agent, load control - airline
Agent, loans
Agent, musicians
Agent, passengers (except airline)
Agent, passengers - airline
Agent, passengers - railway
Agent, performers
Agent, primary grain elevator
Agent, railway express
Agent, real estate
Agent, reservations - airline
Agent, reservations - railway
Agent, right of way
Agent, securities
Agent, ship cargo
Agent, singers
Agent, sports
Agent, station - airline
Agent, station services - airline
Agent, talent
Agent ticket and information - airline
Agent, tickets - airline
Agent, tickets - bus line
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G714
G714
G711
G711
J153
J153
J121
J153
J153
C023
E031
C012
A123
E121
C023
E032
C048
C131
G121
J216
J216
J216
J216
C023
J216
J216
E031
C023
H416
H416
A332
C122
A332
A332
A332
C023
A123
A123
E121
C121
C021
C023
C023
C121
Agent, tickets - cruise line
Agent, tickets - transit station
Agent, travel
Agent, travel information
Ager operator - textile manufacturing
Ager tender - textile manufacturing
Agglomerating attendant, iron ore
pellets
Aging machine operator - textile
manufacturing
Aging machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Agricultural advisor
Agricultural association analyst
Agricultural chemist
Agricultural chemistry branch director
Agricultural college teacher
Agricultural consultant
Agricultural economist
Agricultural engineer
Agricultural engineering technician
Agricultural equipment and supplies
technical salesperson
Agricultural equipment assembler
Agricultural equipment assembly
inspector
Agricultural equipment bench
assembler
Agricultural equipment inspector
Agricultural extension supervisor
Agricultural implement gearcase
assembler
Agricultural implements inspector
Agricultural issues lobbyist
Agricultural livestock specialist
Agricultural machinery builder
Agricultural machinery fitter
Agricultural policy director government services
Agricultural products inspector
Agricultural products market
development director - government
services
Agricultural products market director
Agricultural programs manager government services
Agricultural representative
Agricultural representatives director
Agricultural representatives regional
manager
Agricultural school teacher
Agricultural sciences technician
Agricultural scientist
Agricultural soil and crop specialist
Agricultural specialist
Agricultural technician
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Agricultural
C121
E033
E033
I013
E111
C021
C023
E033
E033
C012
C021
C023
C121
C121
C023
C048
C121
C121
C048
D313
E217
D312
D312
D312
D312
F111
D312
D212
D312
D312
E217
D313
D312
D312
D313
D313
D312
G812
G812
D312
D235
D235
D313
D312
G812
J211
J133
H414
H821
C162
H221
250
Agricultural technologist
Agriculture and food sector
development consultant
Agriculture and food sector marketing
consultant
Agriculture foreman / woman
Agriculture professor - university
Agriculture research officer - military
Agriculturist
Agri-food sector development
consultant
Agri-food sector marketing consultant
Agrochemist
Agrogeologist
Agrologist
Agrology technician
Agrology technologist
Agronomist
Agronomy engineer
Agronomy technician
Agronomy technologist
Agroprocessing engineer
Aide, chiropractic
Aide, day care
Aide, emergency room
Aide, health care
Aide, hospital
Aide, hospital ward
Aide, library
Aide, medical
Aide, medical laboratory
Aide, neuropsychiatric
Aide, nursery - hospital
Aide, nursery school
Aide, occupational therapy
Aide, operating room
Aide, patient care
Aide, pharmacy
Aide, physical therapy
Aide, psychiatric
Aide, remedial education
Aide, school
Aide, special care - nursing
Aide, speech
Aide, speech therapy
Aide, supply, processing and
distribution - medical
Aide, surgical
Aide, teacher’s
Aileron fitter - aircraft assembly
Air brake hose builder - rubber
products manufacturing
Air brake inspector - railway car
Air breaker operator
Air carrier maintenance inspector
Air compressor operator
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H535
J214
H531
H531
H432
H413
H016
H413
H531
H822
H016
H221
C153
J214
G631
G624
G624
G624
G932
G932
J228
A373
H821
H821
J192
H821
C171
A353
C171
C171
C171
C131
C014
H821
H821
C172
C172
C172
C172
C172
C172
C172
C172
C162
B415
B415
B415
B576
H531
H535
A353
Air compressor repairer
Air conditioner coil assembler
Air conditioner installer, residential
Air conditioner installer, window
Air conditioner repairer - window unit
Air conditioning and heating mechanic
Air conditioning and refrigeration
contractor
Air conditioning and refrigeration
mechanic
Air conditioning installer, window
Air conditioning mechanic helper
Air conditioning mechanics foreman /
woman
Air conditioning system operator
Air conditioning systems draftsperson
Air conditioning unit tester
Air courier guard
Air defence artilleryman / woman military
Air defence technician
Air defence technician - military
Air duct cleaner
Air duct cleaning technician
Air filter assembler
Air freight manager
Air gun operator
Air hammer operator - construction
Air hammer operator - metal forging
Air lock tender
Air navigator
Air navigator - military
Air patrol pilot
Air pilot
Air pilots and navigators supervisor
Air pollution field technician
Air quality meteorologist
Air tool operator
Air track drill operator helper
Air traffic control assistant
Air traffic control chief
Air traffic control officer
Air traffic controller (ATC)
Air traffic controller, airport
Air traffic controller, enroute
Air traffic controller, terminal
Air traffic co-ordinator
Air transport inspector
Air transport operating staff supervisor
Air transport operations supervisor
Air transport operations support
supervisor
Air transport schedule analyst
Air treatment installer
Air valve repairer, railway rolling stock
Air weapons control officer
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G624 Air weapons systems technician military
G624 Air weapons technician - military
J133 Airbag and tube curer - rubber products
manufacturing
J133 Airbag builder - rubber products
manufacturing
J315 Airbag extractor - rubber products
manufacturing
C155 Airborne data acquisition specialist
G624 Airborne electronic sensor operator military
F123 Airbrush artist
J226 Airbrush painter
J216 Air-cooled engine assembler
H435 Air-cooled engine mechanic
H415 Aircraft accessories mechanic
H415 Aircraft accessories overhaul mechanic
H415 Aircraft accessories repairer
H415 Aircraft accessories repairman / woman
J211 Aircraft assembler
J026 Aircraft assembly foreman / woman
J026 Aircraft assembly inspection foreman /
woman
J211 Aircraft assembly inspector
J211 Aircraft assembly rigger
J026 Aircraft assembly supervisor
C144 Aircraft avionics technician
J211 Aircraft bench assembler
H415 Aircraft body repairer
H737 Aircraft cleaner
H415 Aircraft composite and sheet metal
repairer
H511 Aircraft custom upholsterer
C046 Aircraft design engineer
C144 Aircraft electrical equipment inspector
and tester
C144 Aircraft electrical mechanic
C144 Aircraft electrical system mechanic
C144 Aircraft electrical technician
C144 Aircraft electrician
C144 Aircraft electronic equipment inspector
and tester
C144 Aircraft electronic equipment installer
C144 Aircraft electronic system mechanic
H016 Aircraft engine assemblers foreman /
woman
H016 Aircraft engine assembly foreman /
woman
H416 Aircraft engine fitter
H016 Aircraft engine fitters foreman / woman
H415 Aircraft engine inspector
H415 Aircraft engine mechanic
H415 Aircraft engine mechanical systems
technician
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H016 Aircraft engine overhaul foreman /
woman
H415 Aircraft engine overhaul inspector
H415 Aircraft engine overhaul inspector,
mechanical systems
H415 Aircraft engine overhaul mechanic
J191 Aircraft engine parts machine tool
set-up operator
H311 Aircraft engine parts machinist
H415 Aircraft engine repair and overhaul
mechanic
H016 Aircraft engine repair foreman /
woman
H415 Aircraft engine tester
J211 Aircraft fabrication inspector
J211 Aircraft final assembly inspector
J211 Aircraft fitter-assembler - aircraft
assembly
G712 Aircraft flight attendant
H511 Aircraft furnishing technician
H415 Aircraft gas turbine engine technician
H737 Aircraft groomer
J228 Aircraft heat shield maker
J026 Aircraft hydraulic equipment
installation foreman / woman
H415 Aircraft hydraulics inspector
H415 Aircraft hydraulics mechanic
H016 Aircraft hydraulics repair shop foreman
/ woman
H415 Aircraft hydraulics shop technician
H415 Aircraft hydraulics technician
H415 Aircraft hydraulics tester
H415 Aircraft inspector
J211 Aircraft inspector, assemblies and
installations
J211 Aircraft inspector, assembly
H415 Aircraft inspector, mechanical systems
C144 Aircraft instrument inspector
C144 Aircraft instrument mechanic
H822 Aircraft instrument mechanic helper
C144 Aircraft instrument technician
F142 Aircraft interior designer
H511 Aircraft interior technician
H312 Aircraft jig and template maker
H312 Aircraft jig and tool maker
H321 Aircraft layout man / woman sheet
metal
H311 Aircraft machinist
H016 Aircraft maintenance chief
H415 Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME)
(except avionics)
C144 Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) avionics
H016 Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME)
chief
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Aircraft
H415 Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME),
mechanical systems
H415 Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME),
rotorcraft
H415 Aircraft maintenance engineer (AME),
structures
H415 Aircraft maintenance engineer (except
avionics)
H016 Aircraft maintenance engineers (AME)
supervisor
H415 Aircraft maintenance mechanic
apprentice
H016 Aircraft maintenance mechanics
foreman / woman - aircraft mechanical
systems
H016 Aircraft maintenance service supervisor
H016 Aircraft maintenance supervisor aircraft mechanical systems
H016 Aircraft maintenance supervisor,
mechanical systems
H415 Aircraft maintenance technician
H415 Aircraft mechanic
H415 Aircraft mechanic, engine accessories
overhaul
H415 Aircraft mechanic, engine overhaul
H415 Aircraft mechanic experimental
H415 Aircraft mechanic, flight tests
H822 Aircraft mechanic helper
H415 Aircraft mechanic learner
H415 Aircraft mechanic, mechanical systems
H415 Aircraft mechanic, power plant
H415 Aircraft mechanical and fuel systems
overhaul and repair mechanic
H415 Aircraft mechanical systems inspector
H016 Aircraft mechanical systems
maintenance service supervisor
H016 Aircraft mechanical systems
maintenance supervisor
H415 Aircraft mechanical systems mechanic
H016 Aircraft mechanical systems mechanics
foreman / woman
H415 Aircraft mechanical systems preflight
mechanic
H415 Aircraft mechanical systems repair
inspector
H415 Aircraft mechanical systems repair shop
inspector
H415 Aircraft mechanical systems technician
H016 Aircraft mechanics and inspectors
foreman / woman
H016 Aircraft mechanics and inspectors
foreman / woman - mechanical systems
H016 Aircraft mechanics and repairers
foreman / woman - mechanical systems
H016 Aircraft mechanics foreman / woman
252
NOC-S 2006
H523 Aircraft mock-up maker
H523 Aircraft model maker
C161 Aircraft non-destructive inspection
technician
J226 Aircraft painter
J225 Aircraft parts assembly repairer - plastic
products manufacturing
J191 Aircraft parts etcher
J026 Aircraft parts etching foreman / woman
J211 Aircraft parts fitter - aircraft assembly
J319 Aircraft parts packager
J319 Aircraft parts wrapper
H523 Aircraft patternmaker
H511 Aircraft patternmaker and upholsterer
J225 Aircraft plastic panelling assembler
J225 Aircraft plastic parts trimmer-assembler
H415 Aircraft plumbing and hydraulics
mechanic
J211 Aircraft power plant assembler-installer
H016 Aircraft propeller repair foreman /
woman
H415 Aircraft propeller systems technician
H415 Aircraft reciprocating engine technician
B513 Aircraft records clerk
H737 Aircraft refueler
H415 Aircraft repair and overhaul inspector
H415 Aircraft repair shop inspector
F112 Aircraft restoration technician museum
J211 Aircraft rigger - aircraft assembly
J211 Aircraft rigging and controls mechanic aircraft assembly
J026 Aircraft rigging foreman / woman
H415 Aircraft safety systems mechanic
G121 Aircraft sales representative
J211 Aircraft sealer - aircraft assembly
H016 Aircraft servicing foreman / woman
H016 Aircraft servicing supervisor
H415 Aircraft sheet metal technician
H415 Aircraft skin repairer
H415 Aircraft structural repair technician
H415 Aircraft structural technician
J211 Aircraft structure and surface assembler
J211 Aircraft structure assembler
H415 Aircraft systems inspector
G121 Aircraft technical sales specialist
H415 Aircraft technician, accessories overhaul
H415 Aircraft technician, gas turbine engines
H415 Aircraft technician, mechanical systems
H415 Aircraft technician, propeller systems
H415 Aircraft technician, propulsion
J211 Aircraft tester - aircraft assembly
J315 Aircraft tire tube balancer
J133 Aircraft tire tube builder - rubber
products manufacturing
H511 Aircraft upholsterer
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NOC-S 2006
H326
J211
J211
J211
H415
J211
J211
G713
G713
G713
E121
C172
A373
A373
A373
A373
A373
G961
B415
G713
A373
G713
C171
C171
G712
B575
G713
G713
G016
A373
C171
G713
C171
C172
G931
C031
H535
A352
G612
G933
H713
G933
A141
H737
H017
H017
G631
A141
A141
G722
H622
C162
G625
Aircraft welder
Airframe assembler
Airframe assembler - aircraft assembly
Airframe fitter - aircraft assembly
Airframe mechanic
Airframe subassembler
Airframe unit assembler
Airline baggage agent
Airline cargo agent
Airline customer service representative
Airline customer-service instructor
Airline dispatcher
Airline division manager
Airline division superintendent
Airline express manager
Airline fleet operations manager
Airline flight schedule design manager
Airline food assembler
Airline load control supervisor
Airline load planner
Airline manager
Airline passenger agent
Airline pilot
Airline pilot instructor
Airline purser
Airline radio operator
Airline reservation agent
Airline sales and service agent
Airline sales and service agents
supervisor
Airline superintendent
Airline test pilot
Airline ticket agent
Airplane pilot
Airport air traffic controller
Airport cleaner
Airport engineer
Airport equipment maintenance
repairer
Airport fire department chief
Airport firefighter
Airport janitor
Airport limousine driver
Airport maintenance worker
Airport manager
Airport ramp attendant
Airport road paving foreman / woman
Airport runways road foreman /
woman
Airport security guard
Airport services manager
Airport terminal manager
Airship pilot
Air-track drill operator - construction
Airworthiness inspector
Alarm investigator
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Aircraft
G625
G625
G625
B575
B575
G111
G625
C142
C142
E023
G111
A011
E131
C021
J228
J213
H732
H421
J182
J112
J112
J112
D011
D011
J111
J311
J311
H434
J216
G722
H512
H512
H512
J025
G121
J215
G121
J215
J311
J121
J011
J311
J121
J213
J228
J221
J221
J121
H531
Alarm signal investigator
Alarm signal specialist
Alarm specialist
Alarm system dispatcher
Alarm system operator
Alarm system sales representative
Alarm system specialist
Alarm system technician
Alarm systems installer
Alcohol addiction counsellor
Alcoholic beverage sales representative
- wholesale
Alderman / woman
Algebra teacher - secondary school
Algologist
Aligner, archery bow limbs
Aligner - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Aligner-tamper operator - railway
Alignment and brakes technician
Alignment examiner - printing
Alkylation chief operator
Alkylation operator
Alkylation tower tender
Allergist
Allergologist
Alloy control operator - zinc casting
Alloy mixer - primary metal processing
Alloy processor - primary metal
processing
All-terrain vehicle repairer
All-terrain vehicles inspector
Alpine guide
Alterationist, garments
Alterations dressmaker
Alterations seamstress
Alterations supervisor - clothing
manufacturing
Alternate heating energy consultant
Alternating current (AC) and direct
current (DC) motors fitter-assembler
Alternative heating energy consultant wholesale
Alternator tester
Alumina clarifier helper
Alumina clarifier operator
Alumina plant foreman / woman
Alumina recovery helper
Alumina recovery operator
Aluminizing equipment operator electronic equipment manufacturing
Aluminum awning assembler
Aluminum boat assembler
Aluminum boat leak tester
Aluminum classifier
Aluminum door and window installer
253
Aluminum
J121
J121
J121
J121
J121
G111
G211
J194
J194
J311
J194
H531
G211
J121
J121
H531
J121
J121
J112
J121
F151
F152
A343
F152
F152
A012
D234
D234
D234
B575
D234
D234
D234
D234
D234
D234
D112
H415
C144
H016
H415
H415
H415
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Aluminum electrolytic tank
reconditioner
Aluminum electrolytic tank tender
Aluminum oxide controller
Aluminum pourer - primary metal
processing
Aluminum powder maker
Aluminum products sales
representative - wholesale
Aluminum products salesperson - retail
Aluminum sheet cutter - ductwork
Aluminum sheet cutter - metal
fabrication
Aluminum sheet separator
Aluminum sheet trimmer - ductwork
Aluminum siding installer
Aluminum siding salesperson - retail
Aluminum slurry pump tender
Aluminum stretcher-leveller operator
Aluminum window installer
Aluminum-briquetting equipment
operator
Aluminum-casting machine operator primary metal processing
Alum-liquor plant operator
Amalgamation process tender
Amateur athlete
Amateur athletics team coach
Amateur sport manager
Amateur sports team coach
Amateur track and field team coach
Ambassador
Ambulance attendant
Ambulance attendant trainee
Ambulance attendants supervisor
Ambulance dispatcher
Ambulance driver
Ambulance driver-attendant
Ambulance services field supervisor
Ambulance services supervisor
Ambulance services unit chief
Ambulance technician
Ambulatory care nurse
AME (aircraft maintenance engineer)
(except avionics)
AME (aircraft maintenance engineer) avionics
AME (aircraft maintenance engineer)
chief
AME (aircraft maintenance engineer),
mechanical systems
AME (aircraft maintenance engineer),
rotorcraft
AME (aircraft maintenance engineer),
structures
NOC-S 2006
F025
J112
J228
J122
B415
J228
J228
J228
J228
C162
J228
B572
B572
B572
B415
J228
H411
H411
D041
C142
J319
J319
G731
G731
H714
G731
G731
G731
C033
C061
E031
B576
C071
B022
B022
C071
C071
C071
B112
C072
E032
C072
E035
C072
B022
E032
E036
E036
E038
American Sign Language (ASL)
interpreter
Ammonia plant operator
Ammunition assembler
Ammunition caster - foundry
Ammunition foreman / woman
Ammunition inspector
Ammunition loading inspector
Ammunition maker
Ammunition manufacturing inspector
Ammunition safety inspector
Ammunition salvage inspector
Ammunition storekeeper
Ammunition storekeeper - military
Ammunition technician - military
Ammunition technicians supervisor military
Ammunition worker
Ammunition-assembling machine
adjuster
Ammunition-loading machine adjuster
Amplification audiologist
Amplifier repairer
Ampoule filler
Ampoule inspector - pharmaceuticals
and toiletries manufacturing
Amusement attraction operator
Amusement concession operator
Amusement machine route agent
Amusement park attendant
Amusement ride attendant
Amusement ride operator
Analogue amplifier design engineer
Analysis supervisor - statistics
Analyst, agricultural association
Analyst, air transport schedules
Analyst, business - computer systems
Analyst, business management
Analyst, business methods
Analyst, computer
Analyst, computer simulations
Analyst, computer systems
Analyst, credit
Analyst, database
Analyst, economic
Analyst, EDP (electronic data
processing)
Analyst, education policies
Analyst, electronic data processing
(EDP) systems
Analyst, filing systems
Analyst, fiscal economics
Analyst, fitness
Analyst, fitness policy
Analyst, handwriting
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B022
C071
C071
C071
B012
B021
E036
E036
B112
C071
E033
E033
E033
B022
B022
C112
C071
B012
D044
B022
E034
B315
B022
E036
E036
B012
E034
E036
E036
C071
C182
B022
B022
B011
C012
C012
C111
C111
C111
J184
D011
D211
C021
D014
D011
E111
H732
F023
F023
E035
Analyst, industrial and commercial
methods
Analyst, informatics security
Analyst, information systems computer systems
Analyst, information technology (IT)
Analyst, investments
Analyst, job evaluation
Analyst, leisure
Analyst, leisure policy
Analyst, loans
Analyst, management information
systems (MIS)
Analyst, manufacturers’ association
Analyst - market research
Analyst, marketing
Analyst, methods and cost
Analyst, methods and procedures
Analyst, mines
Analyst, MIS (management information
systems)
Analyst, money market
Analyst, movement - medical
Analyst, occupational - services to
management firms
Analyst, occupational supply
Analyst, purchasing contracts
Analyst, records management systems
Analyst, recreation
Analyst, recreation policy
Analyst, securities
Analyst, social policies
Analyst, sports
Analyst, sports policy
Analyst, systems
Analyst, systems technical support
Analyst, time study
Analyst, work study
Analyst-accountant
Analytical biochemist
Analytical chemist
Analytical chemistry technician
Analytical chemistry technologist
Analytical technician, chemical
Analyzer, colour films - photographic
processing
Anatomical pathologist
Anatomical pathology technologist
Anatomist
Anatomist, veterinary
Anatomopathologist
Anatomy professor - university
Anchor-applicator operator - railway
Anchorman / woman
Anchorperson, television news
Andragogy specialist
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Analyst
A321
D214
D011
D312
D011
D011
J194
F036
F036
G923
G923
G923
G923
I011
D213
D213
G923
G623
G623
G623
H534
C021
J172
I013
I011
J317
C021
G923
G923
C122
D213
D213
I013
C021
D213
D014
C122
J172
J172
J172
C021
G923
F126
F141
F141
F141
F123
F123
F123
F123
F141
F123
F123
F141
Anesthesia, chief of
Anesthesia technologist
Anesthesiologist
Anesthetic attendant - hospital
Anesthetist
Anesthetist-resuscitator
Angle shear operator - metal fabrication
Animal art painter
Animal art sculptor
Animal attendant
Animal attendant, laboratory
Animal attendant, zoo
Animal attendants supervisor
Animal breeder
Animal care technician
Animal care technologist
Animal care worker (except farm)
Animal control inspector
Animal control officer
Animal control supervisor
Animal control trapper
Animal ecologist
Animal eviscerator - meat packing plant
Animal farm foreman / woman
Animal farmer
Animal feed sack filler
Animal geneticist
Animal groomer (except horses)
Animal health care assistant
Animal health inspector
Animal health technician
Animal health technologist
Animal husbandry foreman / woman
Animal nutritionist
Animal operating room attendant
Animal pathologist
Animal primary products inspector
Animal skinner - meat packing plant
Animal sticker - meat packing plant
Animal stunner
Animal taxonomist
Animal trainer (except horses or marine
mammals)
Animal wrangler - motion pictures,
broadcasting and performing arts
Animated cartoon artist
Animated cartoon artist - visual arts
Animated cartoon colourist
Animated cartoon inker
Animated cartoon painter
Animated cartoon technician
Animated cartoons inker and painter
Animation artist
Animation camera operator
Animation inker
Animation layout designer
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Animation
F123
C074
F141
F141
E216
J123
J311
J197
J121
J011
J011
B563
B563
F131
F131
F131
F131
B013
J125
J121
J121
J121
J121
J227
J011
B514
J228
C033
H531
H531
J213
E038
E111
J112
J319
A351
H422
A211
H422
J224
D313
256
Animation painter
Animation programmer
Animator - animated films
Animator, graphic design and
illustration
Animator - spiritual guidance
Annealer - glass products
manufacturing
Annealer helper - primary metal
processing
Annealer, jewellery
Annealer - primary metal processing
Annealing foreman / woman
Annealing foreman / woman - primary
metal processing
Announcement deliverer - courier
service
Announcement delivery person courier service
Announcer
Announcer, P.A. (public address)
system
Announcer, public address (P.A.)
system
Announcer-producer, international
service
Annuity representative - investments
Anode adjuster - primary metal
processing
Anode caster
Anode caster - primary metal
processing
Anode operator
Anode press operator
Anodizer
Anodizing foreman / woman - primary
metal processing
Answering service operator
Antenna assembler
Antenna engineer
Antenna installer - electronic equipment
Antenna installer, television
Antenna-tuner inspector - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Anthropologist
Anthropology professor - university
Antibiotics fermenter
Antichecking steel bander
Anti-gambling section inspector - police
Antique car restorer, body
Antique dealer
Antique vehicle restorer, body
Antiquer - furniture finishing
Antireflection (AR) coating technician,
ophthalmic goods
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J197
H325
G933
G933
G933
G933
B314
I011
I021
I011
E121
G014
B318
B318
B318
E011
I011
I013
I211
I011
J171
G133
B573
H016
H016
H432
H113
G211
H432
H432
H432
E121
A211
C073
B541
C074
B534
C047
C183
C183
C071
G121
I212
H531
E038
E121
E038
E038
C061
Anvil-seating press tender
Anvilsmith
Apartment building caretaker
Apartment building concierge
Apartment building maintenance
worker
Apartment maintenance man / woman
Apartment rental agent
Apiarist
Apiary worker
Apiculturist
Apparel design teacher
Apparel-service and furnishings-service
workers supervisor
Appeal judge - employment insurance
Appeal officer
Appeal officer - taxation
Appellate court judge
Apple grower
Apple orchard foreman / woman
Apple picker
Apple producer
Applesauce processor operator
Appliance buyer
Appliance repair clerk
Appliance repair shop foreman /
woman
Appliance repair shop supervisor
Appliance repairer apprentice
Appliance repairer, gas - customer
service
Appliance salesperson - retail
Appliance service technician
Appliance service technician apprentice
Appliance servicer
Appliance servicing teacher - vocational
institute
Appliance store manager
Application architect
Application clerk
Application programmer
Application reviewer - insurance
Application specific integrated circuit
(ASIC) design engineer
Application tester
Application testing technician
Applications analyst - computer
systems
Applications sales engineer
Applicator, chemicals - lawn care
Applicator, siding
Applied anthropologist
Applied arts teacher - college level
Applied geographer
Applied linguist
Applied mathematician
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NOC-S 2006
C014
C061
B514
B211
C031
C022
B115
B115
B318
H514
B553
H415
H415
H415
H415
H432
H311
C144
G942
G911
H121
H131
H131
G941
H414
H121
H121
H217
H132
H216
H216
H217
H211
G412
D221
D223
D223
G981
H134
H211
H211
H216
H418
G912
H323
H412
Applied meteorologist
Applied statistician
Appointment clerk
Appointment secretary
Appraisal engineer
Appraisal forester
Appraisal technician
Appraiser (except customs)
Appraiser, customs
Appraiser, jewellery
Appraiser, telephone equipment
Apprentice aircraft maintenance
engineer (AME)
Apprentice aircraft mechanic,
mechanical systems
Apprentice aircraft mechanical systems
mechanic
Apprentice AME (aircraft maintenance
engineer)
Apprentice appliance service technician
Apprentice automotive machinist
Apprentice avionics technician
Apprentice baker - retail
Apprentice, barber
Apprentice boat carpenter
Apprentice bricklayer
Apprentice brickmason
Apprentice butcher - retail or wholesale
Apprentice carman / woman
Apprentice carpenter
Apprentice carpenter-joiner
Apprentice CATV (community antenna
television) technician
Apprentice cement finisher
Apprentice, communication electrician network craft
Apprentice communication electrician switching
Apprentice community antenna
television (CATV) technician
Apprentice construction electrician
Apprentice cook
Apprentice dental mechanic
Apprentice dental prosthesis maker
Apprentice dental technician
Apprentice dry cleaner
Apprentice drywall applicator
Apprentice electrician
Apprentice electrician, construction
Apprentice electrician telecommunications equipment
Apprentice elevator mechanic
Apprentice embalmer
Apprentice fabricator-fitter, structural
metal and platework
Apprentice farm equipment mechanic
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Applied
H412
G612
H323
H112
H145
H113
H142
G911
G911
H611
H212
C143
H411
H144
H134
C143
H143
H324
H514
H214
H214
H215
H311
H212
C174
H523
H131
C173
H421
H412
H412
H412
H431
H435
H413
H435
H435
H421
H323
H323
H324
H411
I131
H621
H421
J122
D219
H621
Apprentice farm machinery mechanic
Apprentice, firefighter
Apprentice fitter - shipbuilding
Apprentice fitter, sprinkler systems
Apprentice floor covering installer
Apprentice gas fitter
Apprentice glazier
Apprentice, hairdresser
Apprentice, hairstylist
Apprentice heavy equipment operator
Apprentice industrial electrician
Apprentice industrial instrument
mechanic
Apprentice industrial mechanic
Apprentice industrial painter and
decorator
Apprentice installer and finisher,
drywall
Apprentice instrument mechanic
Apprentice insulator
Apprentice ironworker
Apprentice jeweller
Apprentice line maintainer - electric
power systems
Apprentice lineman / woman - electric
power systems
Apprentice lineman / woman telecommunications
Apprentice machinist
Apprentice marine electrician
Apprentice marine engineer officer
Apprentice marine repair technician
Apprentice mason
Apprentice master - minor waters
Apprentice mechanic, automotive
radiators
Apprentice mechanic, diesel engines
Apprentice mechanic, farm equipment
Apprentice mechanic, farm machinery
Apprentice mechanic, oil burner
Apprentice mechanic, outboard motors
Apprentice mechanic, refrigeration
Apprentice mechanic, small engines
Apprentice mechanic, small equipment
Apprentice mechanic, trucks and
transport vehicles
Apprentice metal fabricator
Apprentice metal shipwright
Apprentice metal structure erector
Apprentice millwright
Apprentice miner
Apprentice mobile crane operator
Apprentice motor vehicle mechanic
Apprentice moulder - foundry
Apprentice ocularist
Apprentice operator, mobile crane
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Apprentice
D231
H435
H144
H422
H422
H112
H112
H134
H111
H222
H222
H221
H214
H213
H521
H521
H521
H521
H521
H523
H413
H421
H141
H523
G971
H321
H141
H323
H323
F123
H435
H112
H221
H112
H323
H323
H323
H323
H216
H133
H321
H312
H623
H326
A331
A331
I017
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Apprentice optician
Apprentice outboard motor mechanic
Apprentice painter and decorator
Apprentice painter - motor vehicle
repair
Apprentice painter, motor vehicles
Apprentice pipefitter
Apprentice pipefitter-steamfitter
Apprentice plasterer
Apprentice plumber
Apprentice power dispatcher
Apprentice power dispatcher - electrical
power systems
Apprentice power engineer
Apprentice power line repairer
Apprentice power system electrician
Apprentice press operator
Apprentice press operator - printing
Apprentice pressman / woman
Apprentice pressman / woman printing
Apprentice printing press operator
Apprentice recreation vehicle mechanic
Apprentice refrigeration and air
conditioning mechanic
Apprentice repairer, truck trailers
Apprentice roofer
Apprentice saw repairer
Apprentice service station attendant
Apprentice sheet metal worker
Apprentice shingle roofer
Apprentice shipfitter
Apprentice ship’s plater
Apprentice sign painter
Apprentice small engine mechanic
Apprentice sprinkler system fitter
Apprentice stationary engineer
Apprentice steamfitter
Apprentice steel fabricator
Apprentice structural metal and
platework fabricator
Apprentice structural steel and
platework fitter
Apprentice structural steel fabricator
Apprentice telephone switchman /
woman
Apprentice tilesetter
Apprentice tinsmith
Apprentice tool and die maker
Apprentice water well driller
Apprentice welder
Apprenticeship training director government services
Apprenticeship training service director
- government services
Aquaculture manager
NOC-S 2006
I017
I213
C121
I213
G923
F112
C021
C121
E036
D313
B013
B021
J217
C125
C125
J194
H326
H326
H326
J132
E038
E038
F112
E038
F012
F012
E111
E024
J133
E024
F151
H535
J228
J228
H535
J228
C051
C072
C052
C052
C048
C051
C131
C151
C151
C151
C153
C031
A123
A123
C051
Aquaculture operator
Aquaculture support worker
Aquaculture technician
Aquaculture worker
Aquarist
Aquarium interpreter
Aquatic biologist
Aquatic biology technician
Aquatic program co-ordinator
AR (antireflection) coating technician,
ophthalmic goods
Arbitrager
Arbitrator, human resources
Arbor press tender - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Arboriculturist
Arborist
Arc cutter - metal fabrication
Arc welder
Arc welder, hand
Arc welder - pipeline
Arch cushion press operator - plastic
manufacturing
Archaeological consultant
Archaeological field worker
Archaeological technician
Archaeologist
Archaeology curator
Archaeology museum curator
Archaeology professor - university
Archbishop
Arch-cushion-skiving machine operator
Archdeacon
Archer
Archery bow finisher
Archery bow limb aligner
Archery bow maker
Archery bow repairer
Archery bow string maker
Architect
Architect, database
Architect, golf course
Architect, landscape
Architect, naval
Architect, residential buildings
Architectural and engineering
technologists and technicians
supervisor
Architectural assistant
Architectural design technician
Architectural design technologist
Architectural draftsperson
Architectural engineer
Architectural manager
Architectural service manager
Architectural standards specialist
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C151
C151
E121
F111
A341
F111
F111
F111
F111
A341
B541
A341
A341
F013
F013
F013
F013
J021
J021
E033
A324
H222
H222
A302
A324
A312
B314
A373
A211
A131
A323
G731
A141
J215
J214
J215
J215
J215
J215
H433
J217
J215
H433
J214
A353
G624
G624
Architectural technician
Architectural technologist
Architectural technology instructor
Archival assistant
Archival document manager
Archival management technician
Archive assistant
Archive attendant
Archive technician
Archives chief
Archives clerk
Archives director
Archives manager
Archivist
Archivist, assistant
Archivist, fine arts
Archivist, videos
Area co-ordinator - motor vehicle
assembly
Area co-ordinator - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Area development officer - government
Area director, social services
Area dispatch chief operator
Area load centre dispatcher
Area manager - banking, credit and
investment
Area manager, family services
Area manager - postal service
Area manager, property acquisitions
Area manager, railway transport
Area manager - retail store chain
Area sales manager
Area superintendent - schools
Arena ice patroller
Arena manager
Armature assembler - industrial
electrical equipment
Armature bander
Armature coil former - industrial
electrical equipment
Armature coil winder - industrial
electric equipment
Armature inspector - industrial
electrical equipment
Armature insulator - industrial
electrical equipment
Armature repairman / woman
Armature tester
Armature winder - industrial electrical
equipment
Armature winder repairer
Armature winder, small electric motor
Armed Forces Captain
Armed Forces reserve member
Armour defence gunner
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Architectural
A353
G631
G631
G624
G624
G624
A353
D232
F032
F032
J228
J121
F132
E035
F023
A211
B551
F031
F022
F024
A341
A341
A341
F012
A341
F012
A341
A341
A341
A211
F112
F112
F036
F036
F141
F011
F012
F112
F112
G211
G211
A361
F036
E132
E131
D044
D044
D044
D044
F123
E012
Armour officer
Armoured car driver
Armoured car guard
Armoured fighting vehicle operator military
Armoured vehicle crewmember
Armoured vehicle crewmember military
Army Colonel
Aromatherapist
Arranger
Arranger, music
Arrow assembler
Arsenic recovery operator
Art and photography model
Art co-ordinator - education
Art critic
Art dealer
Art department library clerk
Art director - motion pictures,
broadcasting and performing arts
Art editor
Art educator - museum
Art gallery administrator
Art gallery assistant director
Art gallery chief curator
Art gallery conservator
Art gallery co-ordinator
Art gallery curator
Art gallery director
Art gallery manager
Art gallery manager assistant
Art gallery manager - retail
Art gallery preparator
Art gallery registrar
Art instructor
Art instructor (except primary,
secondary, post-secondary education)
Art layout designer
Art librarian
Art object curator
Art objects preparator
Art restoration technician
Art sales consultant - retail
Art salesperson
Art school manager
Art teacher (except primary, secondary
and post-secondary education)
Art teacher - elementary school
Art teacher - secondary school
Art therapist
Art therapists’ supervisor
Art therapy consultant
Art therapy teacher (except education)
Art work assembler
Articling student - law
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Artifact
F012
I021
D219
F144
F144
G731
I012
I012
C073
C071
C071
C073
D219
D219
D219
H133
J228
H131
J197
A353
G624
G624
G624
F144
F036
F024
F123
F123
F123
F036
F141
G922
F036
F024
F144
F031
F032
F032
F031
F144
F144
F144
F141
F036
F036
F127
A341
F154
F154
F154
E036
F144
E131
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Artifact conservator
Artificial breeding worker
Artificial eye maker
Artificial flower maker, hand
Artificial flower presser
Artificial ice maker - rink
Artificial insemination service manager
Artificial inseminator
Artificial intelligence (AI) designer
Artificial intelligence analyst
Artificial intelligence consultant
Artificial intelligence designer
Artificial limb assembler
Artificial limb finisher
Artificial limb maker
Artificial marble setter
Artificial pearl maker
Artificial stone mason
Artificial turf maker
Artillery officer
Artillery soldier
Artillery soldier - military
Artilleryman / woman - military
Artisan
Artist
Artist agent
Artist, airbrush
Artist, cartoon background
Artist, paste-up
Artist, plastic arts
Artist, storyboard
Artist, tattoo
Artist, visual arts
Artistic agent
Artistic bouquet designer
Artistic director - motion picture
Artistic director - music
Artistic director, orchestra
Artistic director, performing arts
Artistic floral arranger
Artistic floral bouquet designer
Artistic floral designer
Artistic illustrator
Artistic painter
Artistic printmaker
Artistic rigger
Arts administrator
Arts and crafts instructor
Arts and crafts leader
Arts and crafts leader - sports and
recreation
Arts and crafts programs co-ordinator
Arts and crafts teacher (except
education)
Arts and crafts teacher - secondary
school
NOC-S 2006
F154
F154
J124
J124
J124
J125
J121
J125
H821
J125
H143
J011
J124
J311
J311
H821
J151
J121
J124
J124
J311
J125
J124
J124
J196
J311
H821
J311
J311
J311
H812
E111
F025
H611
J131
H821
C031
J131
H821
H017
H017
J131
H821
H611
H821
H611
H141
H821
H019
H019
H019
J131
J131
Arts and leisure leader
Arts and recreation leader
Asbestos board curer
Asbestos board machine operator
Asbestos board machinery setter
Asbestos classifier
Asbestos dryer
Asbestos fibre inspector and tester
Asbestos fibre preparer
Asbestos grader
Asbestos insulator
Asbestos manufacturing foreman /
woman
Asbestos mixer tender
Asbestos mould stripper
Asbestos moulder
Asbestos remover
Asbestos rope maker
Asbestos screen tender
Asbestos shingle assembler
Asbestos shingle cutter
Asbestos shingle floor hand
Asbestos shingle inspector
Asbestos shingle maker
Asbestos shingle presser
Asbestos wire finisher
Asbestos worker
Asbestos worker - construction
Asbestos worker - mineral processing
Asbestosboard sander
Asbestosboard shearer
Ash handler
Asian studies professor - university
ASL (American Sign Language)
interpreter
Asphalt batch plant operator
Asphalt coater - chemical processing
Asphalt cold patcher
Asphalt engineer
Asphalt heater tender
Asphalt mixer
Asphalt paving foreman / woman
Asphalt paving labour gang foreman /
woman
Asphalt plant dryer tender
Asphalt plant labourer - construction
Asphalt plant operator
Asphalt raker
Asphalt roller operator
Asphalt roofer
Asphalt roofer helper
Asphalt roofers foreman / woman
Asphalt roofing contractor
Asphalt roofing foreman / woman
Asphalt roofing material mixer
Asphalt roofing materials inspector
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Asphalt roofing slitter operator
Asphalt shingle roofer
Asphalt shingler
Asphalt spreader
Asphalt spreader operator
Asphalt street paver operator
Asphalt worker - road
Asphalt-grooving machine operator
Asphalt-paving machine operator
Asphalt-paving screed operator
Assault pioneer
Assault pioneer - military
Assayer
Assayer, gold
Assayer - mineralogy
Assayer, precious metals
Assembler, advertising buttons
Assembler, agricultural implements
Assembler air conditioner
Assembler, air conditioner coil
Assembler, air conditioning
Assembler, air filters
Assembler, air-cooled engines
Assembler, aircraft
Assembler, aircraft plastic panelling
Assembler, aircraft structures and
surfaces
J211 Assembler, airframes - aircraft assembly
J228 Assembler, aluminum awnings
J228 Assembler, aluminum doors and
windows
J228 Assembler, ammunition
J228 Assembler and finisher, cases
J196 Assembler and tester, wire cables
J215 Assembler and wirer, electrical panels
J215 Assembler and wirer, motors and
generators
J215 Assembler and wirer, switchgear
J228 Assembler, antennas
J228 Assembler, arrow points
J228 Assembler, arrows
F123 Assembler, art work
D219 Assembler, artificial limbs
J124 Assembler, asbestos shingles
J228 Assembler, atomic fuel bundles
J228 Assembler, automated valves
J212 Assembler - automobile assembly
J216 Assembler, automobile gear
J212 Assembler, automobile hoods - motor
vehicle manufacturing
J212 Assembler, automobiles
J225 Assembler, automotive door panelling plastic products manufacturing
J216 Assembler, automotive engine
accessories
J216 Assembler, automotive engines
J197
H141
H141
H821
H611
H611
H821
H611
H611
H611
G624
G624
C112
C112
C112
C112
J228
J216
J214
J214
J214
J228
J216
J211
J225
J211
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J216
J213
J228
J212
J228
J214
J228
J217
J228
J223
J228
J228
J221
J212
J222
J222
J228
J212
J228
J228
J216
J214
J222
J228
J221
J228
J228
J215
J216
J212
J228
J222
J212
J214
J228
J228
J216
J214
J215
J214
J228
J228
J212
J225
J214
Assembler, automotive radiator
Assembler, avionics equipment
Assembler, awning frames
Assembler, axles - automobile assembly
Assembler, baby carriages
Assembler, ballast transformers
Assembler, barometers
Assembler, battery chargers
Assembler, bearings
Assembler, bench - wood products
manufacturing
Assembler, bicycles
Assembler, blasting caps
Assembler, boats
Assembler, bodies - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, box spring units - furniture
manufacturing
Assembler, box springs
Assembler, bracelets
Assembler, brakes - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, brooms
Assembler, brushes and mops
Assembler, buses
Assembler, bushings - small
transformer manufacturing
Assembler, cabinet - furniture
manufacturing
Assembler, cameras
Assembler, canoes
Assembler, canvas goods
Assembler, car seats
Assembler, carbon brushes
Assembler, carburetors
Assembler, cars
Assembler, cartridges
Assembler, chairs
Assembler, chassis - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, circuit breakers
Assembler, clocks
Assembler, clocks and watches
Assembler, clutches
Assembler, commercial refrigerators
Assembler, commutators
Assembler, compact discs
Assembler, compasses
Assembler, compressed air and gas
regulators
Assembler, convertible tops - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Assembler, cooler shells - plastic
products manufacturing
Assembler, cooling units - electrical
equipment manufacturing
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Assembler
J228
J212
J215
J228
J216
J228
J222
J228
J216
J216
J221
J214
J212
J228
J217
J217
J217
J228
J228
J228
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J216
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J214
J215
J214
J214
J214
J213
J213
J213
J213
J214
I141
J228
J228
J216
J225
262
Assembler, corncob pipes
Assembler, crankshafts - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, current transformers
Assembler, curtain rods
Assembler, cylinder heads
Assembler, dental instruments
Assembler, desk
Assembler, detonators
Assembler, diesel engines
Assembler, differentials
Assembler, dinghies
Assembler, dishwashers
Assembler, doors - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, drawing instruments
Assembler, dry cell and battery
Assembler, dry cell batteries
Assembler, dry cells
Assembler, dust brushes
Assembler, dust mop
Assembler, earmuffs
Assembler, electric air conditioning
units
Assembler, electric baseboard heaters
Assembler, electric clocks
Assembler, electric clothes dryers
Assembler, electric coffee makers
Assembler, electric fans
Assembler, electric furnace
Assembler, electric heaters
Assembler, electric lamps
Assembler, electric lawn mowers
Assembler, electric meters
Assembler, electric refrigerators
Assembler, electric signs
Assembler, electric toasters
Assembler, electrical accessories
Assembler, electrical appliances
Assembler, electrical control panel
Assembler, electrical equipment
Assembler, electrical switches
Assembler, electrical wire groups
Assembler, electronic cash registers
Assembler, electronic equipment electronic equipment manufacturing
Assembler - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Assembler, electronic keyboard
Assembler, engine generator sets
Assembler, extensible conveyor belt underground mining
Assembler, eyeglass frames
Assembler, fabric hats
Assembler, farm equipment
Assembler, fibreglass filters
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J228
J228
J228
J228
J228
J222
J228
J217
J217
J182
J214
J212
J228
J216
J222
J216
J216
J228
J216
J216
J228
F123
J228
J228
J228
J214
J214
J214
J215
J223
J223
J216
J216
J228
J228
J215
J215
J217
J212
J212
J212
J212
J228
J228
J228
J228
Assembler, filters
Assembler, firefighters’ hats
Assembler, fireworks
Assembler, fishing reels
Assembler, fishing rods
Assembler, fixture
Assembler, flares
Assembler, flat dry batteries
Assembler, flat dry cells
Assembler, flexographic printing
cylinders
Assembler, fluorescent light fixtures
Assembler, frames - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, fuel filters
Assembler, fuel pumps
Assembler, furniture
Assembler, garden machinery
Assembler, gas furnace
Assembler, gas meters
Assembler, gasoline engines
Assembler, gearbox
Assembler, golf clubs
Assembler, graphic arts
Assembler, hard hats
Assembler, hardware
Assembler, heat sensors
Assembler, heavy current switches
Assembler, heavy-duty capacitors
Assembler, heavy-duty resistors
Assembler, heavy-duty transformer
Assembler, hockey sticks
Assembler, hogsheads - wood products
manufacturing
Assembler, hydraulic hoist
Assembler, hydraulic pump
Assembler, hydrometers
Assembler, igniters
Assembler, industrial brakes and AC
(alternating current) motors
Assembler, industrial brakes and
alternating current (AC) motors
Assembler, industrial storage battery
plates
Assembler, instrument clusters - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Assembler, instrument panels automobile assembly
Assembler, interior finishing automobile assembly
Assembler, interior trim - automobile
assembly
Assembler, jewellery
Assembler, jewellery cases
Assembler, jewellery parts
Assembler, knives
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Assembler, laminated cores - industrial
electrical equipment
J228 Assembler, lampshades
J214 Assembler, large electrical appliances
G981 Assembler, laundry and dry cleaning
J212 Assembler, leaf springs - motor vehicle
manufacturing
J228 Assembler, leather products
J214 Assembler, light fixtures
J216 Assembler, light material-handling
equipment
J212 Assembler, light trucks - automobile
assembly
J214 Assembler, lighting fixtures
J228 Assembler, lint roller brushes
J228 Assembler, locks
J225 Assembler, luggage bindings - plastic
products manufacturing
J228 Assembler, mannequins
J223 Assembler, manufactured homes
J225 Assembler, marine craft plastic
panelling
J222 Assembler, mattress - furniture
manufacturing
J216 Assembler, mechanical pumps
J222 Assembler, metal cabinets
J222 Assembler, metal chairs
J228 Assembler, metal door frames
J228 Assembler, metal products
J222 Assembler, metal tables
J228 Assembler, meters
J223 Assembler, millwork - wood products
manufacturing
J212 Assembler, minivans - motor vehicle
manufacturing
J222 Assembler, mirror and picture frames
J228 Assembler, mirrors
J228 Assembler, mops
J214 Assembler, motor and generator electrical equipment manufacturing
J215 Assembler, motor and generator industrial electrical equipment
J215 Assembler, motor control centres industrial electrical equipment
J214 Assembler, motor vehicle lighting
fixtures
J212 Assembler, motor vehicles - motor
vehicle manufacturing
J221 Assembler, motorboats
J228 Assembler, multifocal lenses
J228 Assembler, munitions
J228 Assembler, necklaces
J214 Assembler, neon signs - electrical
equipment manufacturing
J222 Assembler, office chairs
J215
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Assembler
J213
J228
J228
D219
J216
J145
J215
J228
J228
J228
J228
J228
J222
J225
J225
J225
J225
J225
J225
J225
J214
J216
J211
J216
J223
J228
J228
J228
J214
J216
J216
J216
J215
J133
J133
J221
J228
J228
J212
J216
J228
J228
J228
J225
J214
J214
J214
J216
Assembler, office machines
Assembler, oil filters
Assembler, optical instruments
Assembler, orthopedic appliances
Assembler, outboard motor mechanical assembly
Assembler, packing cartons
Assembler, panelboards - industrial
electrical equipment
Assembler, pens and pencils
Assembler, photographic equipment
Assembler, piano backs
Assembler, piano cases
Assembler, pianos
Assembler, picture frames - furniture
and fixtures manufacturing
Assembler, plastic cases
Assembler, plastic parts
Assembler, plastic products
Assembler, plastic tanks
Assembler, plastic toys
Assembler, plastics
Assembler, Plexiglas
Assembler, portable electrical appliance
Assembler, power lawn mowers
Assembler, power plants - aircraft
assembly
Assembler, power snowblowers
Assembler, prefab housing
Assembler, projectors
Assembler, protective earmuffs
Assembler, pyrotechnics
Assembler, quartz lamps
Assembler, railway cars
Assembler, recreational vehicles
Assembler, rotary tillers
Assembler, rotating field coils industrial electrical equipment
Assembler, rubber goods
Assembler, rubber sponge gaskets
Assembler, sailboats
Assembler, scales
Assembler, scrubber brushes
Assembler, seats - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembler, sewing machine
Assembler, shells - explosives
Assembler, shovel handles
Assembler, shower doors and panels
Assembler, skylights - plastic products
manufacturing
Assembler, small electric motor
Assembler, small electrical appliances
Assembler, small electrical products
Assembler, small marine engines
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Assembler
Assembler, small parts - motor vehicle
manufacturing
J214 Assembler, small transformer
J216 Assembler, snowmobiles
J228 Assembler, solenoid valves
J214 Assembler, spark plugs
J228 Assembler, spoked wheels
J228 Assembler, sponge mops
J228 Assembler, sports headgear
J228 Assembler, sports helmets
J212 Assembler, springs - motor vehicle
manufacturing
J217 Assembler, storage batteries
J215 Assembler, switchgear and control
panel
J215 Assembler, switchgear and control
panel - industrial electrical equipment
J215 Assembler, switchgear panels industrial electrical equipment
J215 Assembler, switchgear racks - industrial
electrical equipment
J222 Assembler, tables
H326 Assembler tack welder
J213 Assembler, telecommunications
equipment
J228 Assembler, Thermos bottles
J214 Assembler, thermostat
J214 Assembler, toggle switches - electrical
equipment manufacturing
J228 Assembler, toys
J216 Assembler, tractors
J216 Assembler, trailer
J215 Assembler, transformer accessories
J215 Assembler, transformer cores
J215 Assembler, transformer gas detector
relays
J214 Assembler, transformer static plate
J216 Assembler, transmissions
J228 Assembler, trophies
J216 Assembler, truck
J216 Assembler, truck trailers
J228 Assembler, twisted-wire brushes
J228 Assembler, vacuum bottles
J214 Assembler, vacuum cleaners
J212 Assembler, vans
J216 Assembler, vending machines
J228 Assembler, Venetian blinds
J214 Assembler, washing machines electrical equipment manufacturing
J228 Assembler, watches
J228 Assembler, whisks
J228 Assembler, windows and screens
J196 Assembler, wire mesh gates
J223 Assembler, wood products
J223 Assembler, wooden barrel staves
J223 Assembler, wooden boxes
J212
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J223
J223
J223
J223
J223
J223
J223
J222
J223
J223
J223
J228
J228
J212
J014
J223
J025
J014
J228
J022
J022
J021
J021
H416
H416
J021
J026
J027
J026
J026
J026
J027
J026
H016
H016
J021
Assembler, wooden bucket staves
Assembler, wooden cases
Assembler, wooden casket frames
Assembler, wooden crates
Assembler, wooden doors
Assembler, wooden prefab housing
Assembler, wooden reels
Assembler, wooden tables
Assembler, wooden tank staves
Assembler, wooden tanks
Assembler, woodenware
Assembler, zipper chains
Assembler, zippers
Assembler-mechanic - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assemblers foreman / woman - rubber
and plastic manufacturing
Assemblers lead hand - wood products
manufacturing
Assemblers supervisor - fabric, fur and
leather products manufacturing
Assemblers supervisor - rubber and
plastic products manufacturing
Assembly adjuster, clocks
Assembly and test foreman / woman electronics manufacturing
Assembly and testing supervisor electronic equipment manufacturing
Assembly co-ordinator - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembly co-ordinator, motor vehicles
Assembly fitter
Assembly fitter, aircraft engines
Assembly foreman, automobiles
Assembly foreman / woman,
agricultural equipment
Assembly foreman / woman, clocks
and watches
Assembly foreman / woman, engine
accessories (except aircraft)
Assembly foreman / woman, engines
(except aircraft)
Assembly foreman / woman, farm
implements
Assembly foreman / woman, fibreglass
boats
Assembly foreman / woman,
helicopters
Assembly foreman / woman, industrial
machinery
Assembly foreman / woman,
machinery
Assembly foreman / woman - motor
vehicle manufacturing
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J021
J022
J026
J214
J026
J211
J221
J212
J214
J213
J222
J212
J221
J225
J221
J221
J214
J214
J214
J214
J319
J223
J214
J214
J225
J217
J226
J226
J214
J133
J214
J217
Assembly foreman / woman, motor
vehicles
Assembly foreman / woman,
semiconductors
Assembly foreman / woman,
tractor-trailers
Assembly, hair dryers
Assembly inspection foreman /
woman, aircraft
Assembly inspector, aircraft
Assembly inspector, boats
Assembly inspector, chassis - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Assembly inspector, electrical
appliances
Assembly inspector - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Assembly inspector - furniture
manufacturing
Assembly inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembly inspector, motorboats
Assembly inspector - plastic
manufacturing
Assembly inspector, wooden boats
Assembly laminator, boats
Assembly lead hand - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Assembly lead hand, large electrical
appliances
Assembly lead hand, small electrical
appliances
Assembly line expediter - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Assembly line general labourer
Assembly line gluer - wood products
manufacturing
Assembly line inspector and tester electrical equipment manufacturing
Assembly line inspector - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Assembly line inspector - plastic
manufacturing
Assembly line operator, storage
batteries
Assembly line painter
Assembly line painter, automobiles
Assembly line repairer, electrical
appliances
Assembly line tire repairer
Assembly line worker, electric heating
systems
Assembly machine setter - electrical
equipment manufacturing
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Assembly
J217
H016
J226
J197
J197
J212
J221
J228
J225
J222
J222
J214
J022
J022
J026
J026
J026
J021
J021
J026
J026
J213
J212
J021
B318
B318
B531
B412
B115
B318
A111
B573
B412
A111
D313
A321
A321
C172
F141
B115
C151
F013
A341
A341
D235
Assembly machine set-up person electrical equipment manufacturing
Assembly mechanics foreman / woman
Assembly painter
Assembly press operator
Assembly press set-up operator
Assembly quality upgrader - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Assembly repairer, boats
Assembly repairer, dolls
Assembly repairer, plastic products
Assembly repairer, wooden furniture
Assembly repairman / woman, wooden
furniture
Assembly section leader, lighting
fixtures
Assembly supervisor
Assembly supervisor - electronics
equipment manufacturing
Assembly supervisor, engines (except
aircraft)
Assembly supervisor, helicopters
Assembly supervisor, mobile homes
Assembly supervisor - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Assembly supervisor, motor vehicles
Assembly supervisor, small engines
Assembly supervisor, tractor-trailers
Assembly tester - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Assembly worker, autos
Assembly zone supervisor - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Assessing officer - taxation
Assessing unit head - taxation
Assessment clerk
Assessment clerks supervisor
Assessor (except tax)
Assessor, tax
Assigned public accountants chief
Assignment clerk - telecommunications
Assistant accountant
Assistant accounting manager
Assistant, acupuncture
Assistant administrator for nursing
Assistant administrator, nursing
services
Assistant, air traffic control
Assistant animator - animated films
Assistant appraiser
Assistant, architectural
Assistant archivist
Assistant art gallery administrator
Assistant art gallery director
Assistant, audiometric
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Assistant
G812 Assistant, audiovisual materials education
D313 Assistant, autopsies
B412 Assistant bank accountant
A221 Assistant bar manager
J183 Assistant binder
J142 Assistant bleacher operator - pulp and
paper
D313 Assistant, blood donor clinic
J183 Assistant bookbinder
A302 Assistant branch manager - banking,
credit and investment
J171 Assistant brewer - food and beverage
processing
G133 Assistant buyer
F122 Assistant camera operator
D217 Assistant cardiology supervisor
E024 Assistant chaplain - military
G411 Assistant chef
A331 Assistant chief health inspector government services
A351 Assistant chief inspector - police
A012 Assistant chief statistician - government
services
D313 Assistant, chiropractic health
D313 Assistant, clinic - medical
J143 Assistant coating operator - pulp and
paper
D235 Assistant, communication disorders
C181 Assistant computer operator
A302 Assistant consumer credit manager
B011 Assistant controller
G412 Assistant cook
A302 Assistant corporate banking services
manager
E012 Assistant corporate counsel
F143 Assistant costume designer
A302 Assistant credit manager
E012 Assistant Crown attorney
F012 Assistant curator
A322 Assistant dean - college or university
A211 Assistant department manager - retail
A012 Assistant deputy minister
A012 Assistant deputy minister - government
services
A351 Assistant deputy police chief
B317 Assistant deputy registrar - courts
J142 Assistant digester operator
J142 Assistant digester operator - pulp and
paper
F031 Assistant director
A341 Assistant director, art gallery
A332 Assistant director, economic policy
analysis - government services
A333 Assistant director, education programs
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A333 Assistant director, educational
programs support
A331 Assistant director, health programs government services
A332 Assistant director, international trade
policy - government services
A333 Assistant director, language programs
F031 Assistant director - motion pictures,
broadcasting and performing arts
A341 Assistant director, museum
A341 Assistant director of archives
A341 Assistant director of historical park
A321 Assistant director of nursing
A321 Assistant director of nursing services
A333 Assistant director of school services
A333 Assistant director of school services public administration
A333 Assistant director, programs evaluation
- education
A331 Assistant director, social programs government services
A333 Assistant director, special education
services
A123 Assistant director, urban planning and
development - government services
A323 Assistant district school superintendent
I132 Assistant driller - offshore drilling rig
I132 Assistant driller - oil and gas well
drilling
E217 Assistant, early childhood educator
F022 Assistant editor
G812 Assistant, educational resources
D234 Assistant, emergency medical care
C174 Assistant engineer - water transport
A013 Assistant executive director - financial,
communications and other business
services
A016 Assistant executive director - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
A012 Assistant executive director government services
A014 Assistant executive director - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
G013 Assistant executive housekeeper
B012 Assistant financial analyst
B412 Assistant financial institution
accountant - financial services
G912 Assistant funeral director
A373 Assistant general agent - railway
A012 Assistant general director - government
services
E012 Assistant general solicitor
G134 Assistant grain elevator manager
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C122
D111
D235
D313
G013
C111
E012
F111
F111
A221
A371
A302
A302
A302
A222
A302
A221
A211
A373
A211
D212
J171
E024
A341
F012
A341
F111
J182
A321
D313
D313
I122
A302
J112
H521
D235
D313
D234
D211
B532
B313
D313
D313
I122
A351
B414
H521
F024
Assistant grain inspector
Assistant head nurse
Assistant, hearing aid
Assistant, herbal medicine
Assistant housekeeping manager
Assistant, laboratory - applied
chemistry
Assistant legal advisor
Assistant librarian
Assistant, library
Assistant manager - bar
Assistant manager, construction
Assistant manager, consumer credit
Assistant manager, corporate banking
services
Assistant manager, credit
Assistant manager, hotel
Assistant manager, operations banking, credit and investment
Assistant manager, restaurant
Assistant manager - retail
Assistant manager, traffic and
transportation
Assistant manager, travel agency
Assistant, medical laboratory
Assistant miller - food and beverage
processing
Assistant minister - religion
Assistant museum administrator
Assistant museum curator
Assistant museum director
Assistant music librarian
Assistant newspaper make-up man /
woman
Assistant nursing services administrator
Assistant, occupational therapist
Assistant, occupational therapy
Assistant offshore drilling rig
superintendent
Assistant operations manager banking, credit and investment
Assistant operator - chemical processing
Assistant operator, printing press
Assistant, ophthalmic
Assistant, orthopedic
Assistant paramedic
Assistant, pathology
Assistant paymaster
Assistant personnel officer
Assistant, pharmacy
Assistant, phytotherapy
Assistant platform superintendent
Assistant police commissioner
Assistant postmaster / mistress
Assistant press operator - printing
Assistant press secretary
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Assistant
H521
H521
A323
E111
E111
E111
E111
E012
A302
B317
F112
A323
G812
A141
A141
E212
F125
G812
D235
D235
A341
A323
I122
A373
D217
G812
I122
A373
H214
A373
A111
A012
B114
G513
A141
D235
C061
E011
E012
F022
E012
E012
E012
F011
E111
E111
A322
A323
A324
A014
A324
Assistant pressman / woman
Assistant pressman / woman - printing
Assistant principal
Assistant professor, botany
Assistant professor, botany - university
Assistant professor, history - university
Assistant professor - university
Assistant regional counsel
Assistant regional manager - banking
Assistant registrar - courts
Assistant registrar - museum
Assistant school district superintendent
Assistant, secondary school teacher’s
Assistant shopping centre manager
Assistant shopping mall manager
Assistant, social services
Assistant sound editor
Assistant, special education
Assistant, speech language
Assistant, speech therapy
Assistant superintendent, historical
park
Assistant superintendent of schools
Assistant superintendent, offshore
drilling rig
Assistant superintendent - railway
Assistant supervisor, cardiology
Assistant, teacher’s
Assistant toolpusher - offshore drilling
rig
Assistant traffic manager
Assistant transmission lineman /
woman - electric power systems
Assistant transportation manager
Assistant treasurer - finances
Assistant undersecretary of state
Assistant underwriter - insurance
Assistant waiter / waitress - food and
beverage services
Assistant warehouse manager
Assistive listening device technician
Associate actuary
Associate chief justice
Associate counsel
Associate editor
Associate lawyer
Associate legal advisor
Associate legal counsel
Associate librarian
Associate professor, linguistics
Associate professor - university
Associate registrar
Associate superintendent - schools
Association director
Association executive director
Association manager
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Astrologer
G924
G924
C011
E111
C011
C172
F151
F024
F024
F152
G731
G731
A141
D044
D044
F152
F154
F153
F152
B534
G631
C012
C014
J228
J225
J311
E037
J197
G731
B411
D234
D234
G731
G731
G923
D213
F111
G731
G512
G983
G731
G731
G731
D313
G731
G731
G731
G961
G731
G983
G983
G812
J314
G731
268
Astrologer
Astrologist
Astronomer
Astronomy professor - university
Astrophysicist
ATC (air traffic controller)
Athlete
Athlete agent
Athletes manager
Athletic boxing trainer
Athletic equipment attendant
Athletic equipment custodian
Athletic facility manager
Athletic therapist
Athletic trainer - therapy
Athletics coach
Athletics instructor
Athletics judge
Athletics team coach
ATM (automatic teller machine) clerk
ATM (automatic teller machine) guard
Atmospheric chemist
Atmospheric physicist
Atomic fuel bundle assembler
Atomizer cap machine tender
Atomizer operator - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Attaché
Attacher, heels
Attendance checker
Attendance records supervisor
Attendant, advanced life support
Attendant, ambulance
Attendant, amusement park
Attendant, amusement ride
Attendant, animal
Attendant, animal operating room
Attendant, archive
Attendant, athletic equipment
Attendant, bar
Attendant, beauty salon
Attendant, bicycle rental
Attendant, billiard parlour
Attendant, bingo hall
Attendant, blood sampling
Attendant, boat rental
Attendant, bowling alley
Attendant, bungee jump
Attendant, cafeteria-buffet
Attendant, campground
Attendant, car
Attendant, checkroom
Attendant, child care - elementary
school
Attendant, chip bin - wood processing
Attendant, clubhouse
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G712
G731
G731
H735
J311
D234
G712
G961
G811
G811
D313
G983
G983
G983
G971
G631
G731
G731
G731
D312
G732
G731
D234
G731
G983
G981
G731
G731
G731
I021
I213
G983
H731
G971
G731
D313
D312
D312
G731
G983
D312
G923
D313
D313
G731
D313
G731
G731
G731
G731
G731
G731
G731
Attendant, commissary - air transport
Attendant, drive-in theatre
Attendant, driving range
Attendant, ferry terminal
Attendant, filtering - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Attendant, first aid - paramedical
Attendant, flight
Attendant, food service counter
Attendant for persons with a visual
impairment - home care
Attendant for persons with disabilities home care
Attendant, fracture room
Attendant, funeral home
Attendant, fur storage
Attendant, garage
Attendant, gas bar (except self-service)
Attendant, gate - security
Attendant, go-cart ride
Attendant, go-cart track
Attendant, golf range
Attendant, hospital
Attendant, hotel guest services
Attendant, ice rink
Attendant, infant transport
Attendant, J-bar
Attendant, laundromat
Attendant, laundry
Attendant, leisure
Attendant, leisure and sports
Attendant, leisure facility
Attendant, livestock yard
Attendant, lobster pound
Attendant, locker room
Attendant, locomotives - railway yard
Attendant, marina
Attendant, mini-golf
Attendant, morgue
Attendant, nursing
Attendant, nursing home
Attendant, park
Attendant, parking lot
Attendant, personal care - medical
Attendant, pet shop
Attendant, physiotherapy
Attendant, plaster room
Attendant, pool parlour
Attendant, post-mortem
Attendant, recreation
Attendant, recreation and sports
Attendant, recreation park
Attendant, recreational camp
Attendant, recreational facility
Attendant, ride
Attendant, rink
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G731
G983
G971
G731
G731
G732
G731
D312
G731
G731
G731
G731
G731
G731
G983
I021
G983
G983
G961
G731
G731
G983
G983
B553
G731
B553
G731
G731
G983
H812
G923
G731
E012
A011
E012
E012
G814
B541
G111
C141
C033
F125
G211
G211
G211
A211
F125
F125
D235
F125
C142
F125
D235
D041
D041
Attendant, rope tow
Attendant, sauna room
Attendant, service station
Attendant, ski lift
Attendant, ski tow
Attendant, sleeping car
Attendant, snowmaking facility
Attendant, special care facility
Attendant, sport
Attendant, sports and leisure
Attendant, sports and recreation
Attendant, sports centre
Attendant, sports equipment
Attendant, sports facility
Attendant, steam room
Attendant, stockyard
Attendant, suntan salon
Attendant, suntan studio
Attendant, take-out - fast food
Attendant, T-bar
Attendant, tennis court
Attendant, theatre
Attendant, toll booth
Attendant, tourist booth
Attendant, tourist camp
Attendant, tourist information office
Attendant, trailer campsite
Attendant, trailer park
Attendant, turnstile
Attendant, used building materials yard
Attendant, veterinary
Attendant, waterslide
Attorney
Attorney general
Attorney-at-law
Attorney’s assistant chief agent
Au pair
Auction clerk
Auctioneer
Audio amplifier repairer - production
Audio engineer - electricity and
electronics
Audio engineer - recording studio
Audio equipment consultant - retail
Audio equipment salesperson
Audio equipment salesperson - retail
Audio equipment store manager
Audio operator
Audio operator assistant
Audio prosthetist
Audio recording studio operator
Audio stereo technician
Audio technician
Audiological technician
Audiologist
Audiologist, research
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Attendant
A321 Audiology and speech language
pathology, chief of
A321 Audiology and speech language
pathology, director of
D041 Audiology clinician
D041 Audiology specialist
D235 Audiology technician
D235 Audiometric aide
D235 Audiometric assistant
D235 Audiometric technician
D235 Audiometric technician - public health
D235 Audiometrician
D235 Audiometrist
D235 Audiometrist aide
D235 Audioprosthetist assistant
C142 Audio-video repair technician
C142 Audio-video service technician
F127 Audiovisual (AV) assistant
G812 Audiovisual (AV) assistant - education
F127 Audiovisual (AV) assistant - motion
pictures and broadcasting
C142 Audiovisual (AV) equipment installer
and repairer
C142 Audiovisual (AV) equipment repair
supervisor
G812 Audiovisual (AV) materials assistant education
F031 Audiovisual (AV) producer
F125 Audiovisual (AV) technician
A111 Audit and compliance director
B531 Audit clerk
A303 Audit firm manager
B318 Audit reviewer - taxation
B011 Audit unit head - taxation
B531 Auditing clerk
A111 Auditing department manager
A303 Auditing firm manager
B011 Auditor - finance
C071 Auditor, systems
B011 Auditor-CA (chartered accountant)
B011 Auditor-chartered accountant (CA)
B011 Auditors supervisor
J124 Auger machine operator, drain tiles clay products
D232 Auriculotherapist
F021 Author
F032 Author-composer-performer
B541 Authorization clerk
F024 Author’s agent
J212 Auto assembly worker
H326 Auto body solderer
G932 Auto care worker
A211 Auto dealership manager
G932 Auto detailer
H422 Auto glass installer
A211 Auto glass repair shop manager
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Auto
J212
B572
H311
A211
H422
H422
H422
H422
H422
H422
J131
J153
E215
J182
J228
J191
J197
H812
H222
H326
H732
J196
J145
J145
J122
J196
J217
J214
J196
J213
J194
J194
H531
H531
H531
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Auto parts assembler
Auto parts clerk - retail
Auto parts machine shop inspector
Auto rustproofing shop manager
Autobody mechanic
Autobody repairer
Autobody technician
Autobody technician - collision
Autobody technician - refinishing
Autobody worker
Autoclave operator - chemical
processing
Autoclave tender - textile
manufacturing
Auto-driving instructor
Automated letterer-engraver
Automated line assembler, clock and
timer movements
Automated machine tool set-up
operator
Automated sphere-polishing machine
operator
Automated storage and retrieval system
operator
Automated substation operator electrical power systems
Automated welding machine operator flash butt process
Automatic anchor-applicator operator railway
Automatic bolt machine operator
Automatic carton maker - paper
converting
Automatic carton-making machine
operator - paper converting
Automatic casting machine operator foundry
Automatic coil machine operator
Automatic coil winder - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Automatic coil winder operator electrical equipment manufacturing
Automatic coiling machine operator metal products manufacturing
Automatic
component-assembly-machine operator
- electronic equipment manufacturing
Automatic cut-off operator - metal
fabrication
Automatic cut-off saw operator - metal
products manufacturing
Automatic door system installer
Automatic door system installer and
servicer
Automatic door system servicer
J152
H531
J123
J124
J124
H417
J197
J196
J312
J122
J193
J226
H812
J145
J151
J311
J191
J123
J161
J193
J152
B534
G631
C142
J191
H421
H421
B511
J144
H326
J213
F011
C132
J212
J212
G211
Automatic embroidery machine tender
Automatic garage door installer
Automatic glass-cutting table operator
Automatic jigger man / woman - clay
products
Automatic jigger operator - clay
products
Automatic knitting machine pattern
setter
Automatic lathe operator - clock
Automatic machine polisher, metal
Automatic machine polisher - metal
products manufacturing
Automatic moulding machine operator
- foundry
Automatic nailing machine operator woodworking
Automatic paint-sprayer operator
Automatic pallet equipment operator
Automatic paper-cutting machine
operator - paper converting
Automatic quiller tender - textile
manufacturing
Automatic scrap washer operator
Automatic screw machine operator
Automatic sealing gun operator - glass
Automatic sewing machine operator
Automatic shaper operator woodworking
Automatic stocking loom tender
Automatic teller machine (ATM) clerk
Automatic teller machine (ATM) guard
Automatic teller machine (ATM)
servicer
Automatic transfer machine operator metal machining
Automatic transmission mechanic motor vehicle
Automatic transmission technician motor vehicles
Automatic typewriter operator
Automatic veneer clipper tender - wood
processing
Automatic welding machine operator
Automatic wire-wrapping machine
tender - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Automation librarian
Automation technologist
Automobile accessories installer
Automobile accessories installer and
repairer
Automobile accessories salesperson retail
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B114
B115
J212
J021
J226
J226
J212
A015
H822
H422
H822
H711
B113
G932
H422
B553
J226
A361
A361
J212
J212
J216
J212
J212
J212
G131
G131
A391
G211
G211
H533
H421
H016
J226
H422
A391
F151
J212
A211
Automobile and home insurance
consultant
Automobile appraiser
Automobile assembler
Automobile assembly foreman /
woman
Automobile assembly line painter
Automobile assembly painter
Automobile assembly worker
Automobile association executive
director
Automobile body repairer helper
Automobile body repairman / woman
Automobile bumper straightener
Automobile carrier driver
Automobile claims technical adjuster
Automobile cleaner
Automobile damage repair estimator
Automobile dealerships service
representative
Automobile dipper-painter
Automobile driver training school
manager
Automobile driving school manager
Automobile engine tester - automobile
assembly
Automobile final inspector - automobile
assembly
Automobile gear assembler
Automobile hood assembler - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Automobile inspector and tester - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Automobile inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Automobile insurance agent
Automobile insurance salesman /
woman
Automobile interior fittings production
manager
Automobile leasing agent
Automobile leasing representative
Automobile lubricator
Automobile mechanic
Automobile mechanics foreman /
woman
Automobile painter - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Automobile polisher-sander - motor
vehicle repair
Automobile production manager
Automobile racer
Automobile radio and accessories
installer - motor vehicle manufacturing
Automobile repair garage manager
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Automobile
A211
G621
G211
G211
H421
A211
B573
J014
H711
B114
H511
H535
G211
H421
J212
H422
H422
H016
H016
H422
H422
H016
H016
H422
H421
H421
H421
H421
H535
J225
H421
H421
H421
H421
H822
J212
J216
J216
H421
J212
J216
H016
Automobile repair shop manager
Automobile repossessor
Automobile sales representative - retail
Automobile salesperson
Automobile service mechanic
Automobile servicing manager
Automobile supply clerk
Automobile tire builders foreman /
woman
Automobile transport driver
Automobile underwriter - insurance
Automobile upholsterer
Automobile wrecker
Automobile-rental counter
representative
Automotive air conditioning mechanic
Automotive assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Automotive body mechanic
Automotive body painter
Automotive body repair foreman /
woman
Automotive body repair shop
supervisor
Automotive body repairer
Automotive body repairer-painter
Automotive body shop foreman /
woman
Automotive body shop supervisor
Automotive body technician
Automotive brake mechanic
Automotive brake repairer
Automotive brake specialist
Automotive carburetor mechanic
Automotive dismantler
Automotive door panelling assembler plastic products manufacturing
Automotive drive trains technician
Automotive electrical and tune-up
service technician
Automotive electrical mechanic
Automotive electrical technician
Automotive electrician helper
Automotive electronic accessories
installer and repairer - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Automotive engine accessories
assembler
Automotive engine assembler
Automotive engine mechanic inspector
Automotive engine quality control
inspector
Automotive engine quality-control
assembly inspector
Automotive engine repair foreman /
woman
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Automotive
C032 Automotive engineer
H422 Automotive glass technician
H011 Automotive machine shop foreman /
woman
H311 Automotive machinist
H535 Automotive maintenance equipment
servicer
H421 Automotive mechanic
H822 Automotive mechanic helper
H421 Automotive mechanical repairer
H533 Automotive muffler installer
H422 Automotive painter apprentice
H422 Automotive painter - motor vehicle
repair
H422 Automotive painting and refinishing
technician
B572 Automotive parts clerk - retail
G111 Automotive parts sales representative wholesale (non-technical)
G111 Automotive parts salesperson wholesale
B572 Automotive partsperson apprentice
B572 Automotive partsperson - retail
J216 Automotive production fitter
J216 Automotive radiator assembler
H533 Automotive radiator installer
H533 Automotive radiator installer automotive repair
H421 Automotive radiator mechanic
H421 Automotive radiator mechanic
apprentice
H421 Automotive radiator repairer
H016 Automotive repair and service shop
supervisor
E121 Automotive repair instructor community college
H421 Automotive repairer
J133 Automotive rubber parts cutter
H016 Automotive service mechanics foreman
/ woman
H016 Automotive service mechanics
supervisor
H421 Automotive service technician
H421 Automotive service technician
apprentice
H421 Automotive service technician electrical and fuel systems
H421 Automotive service technician - fuel
and electronics systems
H421 Automotive service technician steering, suspension and brakes
H421 Automotive service technician transmission
H533 Automotive shock absorber installer
H533 Automotive spring installer
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NOC-S 2006
H421 Automotive technician - air
conditioning system
H421 Automotive technician - automatic
transmission systems
H421 Automotive technician - brakes systems
H421 Automotive technician, drive trains
H421 Automotive technician - electrical and
electronic systems
H421 Automotive technician - engine and fuel
systems
H421 Automotive technician - front-end
systems
H421 Automotive technician - fuel systems
H421 Automotive technician - standard
transmission systems
H421 Automotive technician - transmission
systems
H016 Automotive testing shop supervisor
H511 Automotive upholsterer
H421 Automotive vehicle tester
H421 Automotive vehicle testing mechanic
J215 Automotive wiring harness inspector industrial electrical equipment
H433 Automotive-generator and starter
repairer
D313 Autopsy assistant
D313 Autopsy attendant
D011 Autopsy pathologist
D313 Autopsy technician
D211 Autopsy technologist - medical
laboratory
H221 Auxiliary equipment operator
J121 Auxiliary equipment operator - primary
metal processing
B524 Auxiliary operator - telephone system
H221 Auxiliary plant operator
F127 AV (audiovisual) assistant
F125 AV (audiovisual) technician
C113 Avalanche controller
C113 Avalanche observer
D014 Avian veterinarian
F012 Aviation and space museum curator
C144 Aviation electrical components
technician
C144 Aviation electronic components
technician
C144 Aviation instrument technician
H311 Aviation machinist
H415 Aviation maintenance inspector
H415 Aviation mechanical component shop
technician
D219 Aviation medicine technician
J226 Aviation painter
B572 Aviation partsperson
A322 Aviation school manager
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Aviation
H326 Aviation welding technician
C144 Avionics and electronics calibration
specialist
J213 Avionics assembler
C033 Avionics engineer
J213 Avionics equipment assembler
C144 Avionics inspector
C144 Avionics maintenance technician
C144 Avionics mechanic
B415 Avionics service supervisor
C144 Avionics systems installer
C144 Avionics technician
H535 Awning and tent repairer
H531 Awning erector
J228 Awning frame assembler
H531 Awning installer
H821 Awning installer helper
J228 Awning maker, aluminum
J228 Awning maker, canvas
J212 Axle assembler - automobile assembly
J191 Axle lathe operator
J152 Axminster carpet weaver
B
J228
J027
E217
E217
E217
G814
G723
J319
J133
J153
J114
I141
I141
I141
F141
H412
H611
J131
J213
F033
J171
J175
C121
C121
C021
C021
Baby carriage assembler
Baby carriage assembly foreman /
woman
Baby-care worker
Baby-care worker assistant
Baby-care workers supervisor
Babysitter
Baccarat croupier
Back padder - furniture manufacturing
Back strip machine tender - rubber
products manufacturing
Back tender - cloth printing
Back tender, paper machine
Backfill plant operator - underground
mining
Backfiller
Backfiller - underground mining
Background artist
Backhoe mechanic
Backhoe operator
Backing-in machine tender
Backplane and frame wiring operator
Back-up musician
Bacon curer
Bacon grader
Bacteriological technician
Bacteriological technologist
Bacteriologist
Bacteriologist - animal health
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E111
F151
G972
G972
J319
J132
F144
J228
J145
J145
J145
J161
J161
G942
G942
G714
G713
G714
G714
G732
G016
B318
H737
G732
G732
G016
G713
G713
J317
J319
G981
J319
J171
J171
J311
J121
J132
J145
J314
G621
J132
J171
G942
G942
J124
J317
G942
G942
G942
G942
Bacteriology professor - university
Badminton player
Bag boy / girl
Bag clerk
Bag liner - packaging
Bag machine operator
Bag maker - arts and crafts
Bag maker, leather
Bag maker, paper
Bag maker - paper converting
Bag repairer - paper products
Bag sewer, leather
Bag sewer - textile manufacturing
Bagel baker
Bagel maker
Baggage agent (except airline)
Baggage agent - airline
Baggage agent - railway
Baggage clerk (except airline)
Baggage handler
Baggage handler supervisor
Baggage inspector, customs
Baggage loader - air transport
Baggage master
Baggage porter
Baggage porter supervisor
Baggage tracer, airline
Baggage tracing agent - airline
Bagger - food and beverage processing
Bagger, garments - garment
manufacturing
Bagger, laundry and dry cleaning
Bagging machine feeder
Bagging machine setter
Bagging machine set-up man / woman
Baghouse attendant - mineral
processing
Baghouse operator
Bag-making machine operator - plastic
manufacturing
Bag-making machine set-up operator paper converting
Bag-making machine tender helper
Bailiff
Bakelite mixer operator - plastic
manufacturing
Bake-off equipment tender - food and
beverage processing
Baker
Baker apprentice
Baker, bricks - clay products
Baker helper
Baker, pâtissier
Baker - retail
Baker, specialty foods
Baker, specialty foods - retail
273
Bakery
G942
G211
G211
H714
A211
J013
G211
J317
J171
H411
A211
J013
J317
J317
J317
J317
H714
G942
G942
J013
J013
F144
B531
J217
J217
J217
J311
J311
J151
J316
J151
I021
J319
J142
J311
J319
J319
J143
J319
I021
J315
J319
J143
J315
274
NOC-S 2006
Bakery bench hand
Bakery clerk
Bakery counter clerk
Bakery deliveryman / woman
Bakery department manager
Bakery foreman / woman - food and
beverage processing
Bakery goods sales clerk
Bakery labourer
Bakery machine operator - food and
beverage processing
Bakery machinery mechanic
Bakery manager - retail
Bakery plant supervisor
Bakery products bander
Bakery products divider - food and
beverage processing
Bakery products packager
Bakery products wrapper
Bakery route salesman / woman
Bakery supervisor
Bakery supervisor - retail
Baking and confectionery making
foreman / woman
Baking foreman / woman - food and
beverage processing
Balalaika maker
Balance clerk
Balancing machine operator - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Balancing machine operator - small
electric motors
Balancing machine tender - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Balcony labourer - glass manufacturing
Balcony worker - glass manufacturing
Bale breaker - textile manufacturing
Bale checker - textile processing
Bale-breaker tender - textile
manufacturing
Baler - agriculture
Baler, cloth - textiles
Baler - pulp and paper
Baler, scrap metal - primary metal
processing
Baler tender
Baler tender - packaging
Balerman / woman - pulp and paper
Balerworker
Baling machine operator - farm
Baling machine tender - rubber and
plastic products manufacturing
Baling press tender - printing
Baling press tender - pulp and paper
Baling press tender - rubber and plastic
products manufacturing
J026
J228
J228
J152
J152
J197
J011
J311
J311
J121
J311
J319
I142
H732
J214
J214
H732
H732
F034
A342
F034
F034
F034
C015
C015
J315
J315
J315
G722
J181
G731
F034
J133
J132
J133
J132
J133
B311
J133
A011
Ball and roller-bearings assembly
foreman / woman
Ball bearing inspector
Ball bearing tester
Ball fringe machine tender
Ball fringe maker, machine
Ball maker, billiards
Ball mill foreman / woman - mineral
products processing
Ball mill helper - mineral products
processing
Ball mill labourer - mineral products
processing
Ball mill operator
Ball mill worker - mineral products
processing
Ball weigher - toy manufacturing
Ballast control operator - offshore
drilling rig
Ballast regulator operator - railway
Ballast transformer assembler
Ballast transformer tester
Ballast-equalizer operator - railway
Ballast-leveller operator - railway
Ballerina
Ballet company director
Ballet dancer
Ballet master
Ballet teacher
Ballistician
Ballistics examiner
Balloon collar roller - rubber products
manufacturing
Balloon form stripper and cleaner rubber products manufacturing
Balloon leacher and curer - rubber
products manufacturing
Balloon pilot
Balloon printer
Ballracker, billiards
Ballroom dancing teacher
Banbury machine operator - rubber
products manufacturing
Banbury mixer operator - plastic
manufacturing
Banbury mixer operator - rubber
products manufacturing
Banbury operator - plastic
manufacturing
Banbury operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Band administrator
Band assembler - rubber products
manufacturing
Band chief, First Nations
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F032
F032
A012
J319
J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
J133
J319
J319
J123
J317
J193
J152
F032
H812
J319
J193
B011
A302
B534
B412
A013
B533
A302
B014
A302
B563
F141
A013
B011
B563
B533
B112
B112
A302
B011
G513
G411
G412
G513
A221
G513
G513
J223
G512
G961
Band conductor
Band director
Band manager - First Nations
Band nailer - wood products
Band resaw operator - woodworking
Band ripsaw operator - woodworking
Band saw operator - woodworking
Band saw tender - woodworking
Band scroll saw operator woodworking
Band stock preparer - rubber products
manufacturing
Bander, crates
Bander, paper goods
Banding machine tender, glassware
Banding machine tender - tobacco
products
Banding machine tender woodworking
Band-knitting machine operator
Bandmaster
Bandoleer packer - explosives
manufacturing
Bandoleer straightener-stamper
Band-sawing machine tender woodworking
Bank branch accountant
Bank branch manager
Bank clerk
Bank clerks supervisor
Bank credit vice-president
Bank customer service officer
Bank director
Bank inspector
Bank manager
Bank messenger
Bank note designer
Bank president
Bank reserves auditor
Bank runner
Bank teller
Banking accounts manager
Banking accounts officer
Banking operations manager
Bankruptcy trustee
Banquet captain
Banquet chef
Banquet cook
Banquet headwaiter / headwaitress
Banquet manager
Banquet server
Banquet waiter / waitress
Banquette assembler - wood product
manufacturing
Bar attendant
Bar helper
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Band
A221 Bar manager
J111 Bar mill finisher - primary metal
processing
G513 Bar service waiter / waitress
G512 Bar steward
J196 Barbed wire machine tender
G911 Barber
G911 Barber apprentice
A361 Barber shop manager
B021 Bargaining agent
H736 Barge captain
H733 Barge deckhand
H811 Barge loader
H736 Barge operator
G961 Barista
F033 Baritone
G512 Barkeeper
J144 Barker operator
J144 Barker operator - wood processing
J314 Barking machine cleaner - wood
processing
J144 Barking machine operator - wood
processing
G512 Barmaid
G512 Barman / barwoman
G512 Barman / woman, beer
I021 Barn worker
J228 Barometer assembler
J193 Barrel assembler
J223 Barrel builder, wood
J319 Barrel charrer
J317 Barrel cleaner - food and beverage
processing
J193 Barrel cooper - woodworking
J223 Barrel end fitter, wood
J193 Barrel end fitter, wood - woodworking
J193 Barrel end machine tender woodworking
J193 Barrel end sawyer
J317 Barrel filler - food and beverage
processing
J223 Barrel header, wood
J223 Barrel heading fitter, wood
J193 Barrel heading sawyer
J223 Barrel inspector - wood products
manufacturing
J319 Barrel liner, hand
J223 Barrel maker, wood
J191 Barrel rifler
J223 Barrel stave assembler, wood
J319 Barrel stave leveller - wood products
manufacturing
J319 Barrel straightener
J191 Barrel threader, small arms
J193 Barrel-header fitter, wood woodworking
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Barrister
E012
E012
J121
G512
G961
G512
G512
J217
A114
B561
A373
J197
F152
J319
J228
F152
F151
F152
F152
J217
J213
J217
J173
J193
J196
J223
J171
F144
J228
F151
F152
F152
F033
F033
F033
F033
J161
J161
J113
J313
J153
J131
J171
J113
J123
J113
276
Barrister
Barrister and solicitor
Bar-straightening machine operator metal processing
Bartender
Bartender helper
Bartender, tap
Bartenders supervisor
Base filler - electrical equipment
manufacturing
Base inventory control officer - military
Base post exchange clerk - military
Base vehicle safety officer - military
Baseball centre winder
Baseball coach
Baseball glove shaper
Baseball maker
Baseball manager-coach
Baseball player
Baseball scout
Baseball team coach
Base-filling machine operator - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Base-filling machine operator electronic equipment manufacturing
Base-filling machine tender - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Basket filter tender - fish processing
Basket machine operator woodworking
Basket maker, wire
Basket maker, wood
Basket unloader
Basket weaver
Basketball coverer
Basketball player
Basketball scout
Basketball team coach
Bass
Bass drum teacher - private,
conservatory or studio lessons
Bass player
Bassoon teacher - private, conservatory
or studio lessons
Basting machine operator - sewing
Basting sewing machine operator,
automatic
Batch digester operator
Batch dryer tender helper
Batch dyer - textile manufacturing
Batch mixer - chemical processing
Batch mixer, feed - food and beverage
processing
Batch operator - pulp and paper
Batch plant tender - glass
Batch process cook - pulp and paper
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J131
J112
J163
J313
J226
J226
F144
F034
J171
H821
J131
J319
J217
J217
J217
J217
J217
J212
H326
J312
H326
J316
J217
J131
J131
J319
J151
F154
H736
J315
J228
J133
J196
J133
F144
J123
J152
J025
J153
J151
J151
I172
J316
J151
J151
J163
Batch still operator
Batching chemical process operator
Bater - hide and pelt processing
Bath mix solvent recoverer
Bathtub refinisher
Bathtub varnisher
Batik artisan
Baton twirling instructor
Batter and dough mixer - food and
beverage processing
Batterboard setter
Battery acid adjuster
Battery acid dumper
Battery assembler
Battery case inspector and tester
Battery charger assembler
Battery charger - electrical equipment
manufacturing
Battery charger operator - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Battery installer - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Battery lead burner
Battery lead burner helper
Battery lead-burner operator
Battery loader - textile processing
Battery maker
Battery paste maker
Battery paste mixer
Battery plate offbearer
Batting machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Beach lifeguard
Beachcomber
Bead picker - rubber products
manufacturing
Bead stringer
Bead-forming machine operator rubber products manufacturing
Beading machine operator - metal
products manufacturing
Beading machine operator - rubber
products manufacturing
Beadworker, hand
Beaker tester
Beam changer - textiles
Beam department foreman / woman hide and pelt processing
Beam dyer - textile manufacturing
Beam setter - textile manufacturing
Beam tier - textile manufacturing
Beam trawl fisherman / woman
Beam warper helper - textile processing
Beam warper - textile manufacturing
Beamer helper - textile manufacturing
Beamer - hide and pelt processing
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J151
J163
I011
I011
J228
J191
J191
J228
J113
J314
J314
J142
J015
J113
J163
J163
G922
G922
G922
E215
G922
G973
G973
G983
C163
G911
G983
A361
G922
I182
A222
A222
J222
D112
J222
J172
J172
I021
I011
I013
J172
J013
J175
J317
I011
J172
J172
J172
I011
G512
Beamer - textile manufacturing
Beamhouse worker - hide and pelt
processing
Bean sprout farmer
Bean sprout grower
Bearing assembler
Bearing borer
Bearing grinder
Bearing inspector
Beater engineer - pulp and paper
Beater helper - pulp and paper
Beater operator helper - pulp and paper
Beater operator - pulp and paper
Beater room foreman / woman - pulp
and paper
Beater room lead hand - pulp and paper
Beating machine tender
Beating machine tender - hide and pelt
processing
Beautician
Beauty care specialist
Beauty culture operator
Beauty culture school instructor
Beauty culturist
Beauty products consultant door-to-door sales
Beauty products representative - home
sales
Beauty salon attendant
Beauty salon inspector
Beauty salon operator
Beauty salon supplies attendant
Beauty shop manager
Beauty treatment operator
Beaver trapper
Bed and breakfast manager
Bed and breakfast operator
Bed assembler
Bedside nurse
Bedspring stretcher
Beef boner
Beef boner - meat packing plant
Beef cattle farm worker
Beef cattle farmer
Beef cattle herdsperson
Beef cooler worker - meat packing plant
Beef dressing foreman / woman
Beef grader
Beef marker - food and beverage
processing
Beef producer
Beef sticker - meat packing plant
Beef trimmer - meat packing plant
Beef-pluck trimmer
Beekeeper
Beer barman / woman
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Beamer
J175
J171
J171
J171
G111
J317
G513
A211
G211
J175
H535
J171
J317
J317
A321
E212
E023
E021
E021
E021
E021
G016
G732
F144
F034
J133
J133
J315
J315
J133
J014
H812
J319
J225
J319
J319
J133
H535
J193
J197
H812
J211
J211
J216
J211
J214
J213
J223
Beer bottling line quality control tester
Beer carton packer
Beer filter operator
Beer pasteurizer
Beer sales representative - wholesale
Beer sampler - food and beverage
processing
Beer server
Beer store manager
Beer store sales clerk
Beer tester
Beer-dispensing equipment repairer
Beet pulp press tender
Beet washer
Beet washer helper
Behaviour therapy services director
Behavioural aide
Behavioural consultant
Behavioural modification psychologist
Behavioural psychologist
Behavioural therapist
Behaviourist
Bell captain
Bellhop
Bellows maker
Belly dancer
Belt brander - rubber products
manufacturing
Belt buffer, rubber
Belt builder helper
Belt builder helper - rubber products
manufacturing
Belt builder, rubber
Belt building foreman / woman rubber and plastic manufacturing
Belt conveyor attendant
Belt edge stainer
Belt laminator, hand - plastic products
manufacturing
Belt liner
Belt maker, leather
Belt maker, rubber
Belt repairer, industrial
Belt sander - woodworking
Belt-maker operator
Beltman / woman
Bench and structural assembler
Bench and structural assembler aircraft assembly
Bench assembler, agricultural
implements
Bench assembler, aircraft
Bench assembler, electrical appliances
Bench assembler - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Bench assembler, wood products
277
Bench
J223
J027
I131
J122
H312
H312
H312
J211
J216
J211
J312
G942
J228
J312
H321
J223
H312
J226
J196
J193
H311
J122
D223
J122
H514
J191
J226
H312
H312
J214
J213
J222
J319
D313
J228
J172
J124
J193
J194
J312
J192
J192
H821
J194
278
NOC-S 2006
Bench assembler - wood products
manufacturing
Bench assemblers foreman / woman wood products manufacturing
Bench blaster - underground mining
Bench coremaker - foundry
Bench die cutter
Bench die fitter
Bench die sinker
Bench fitter - aircraft assembly
Bench fitter - buses and trucks
Bench fitter mechanic - aircraft assembly
Bench grinder - metal products
manufacturing
Bench hand, bakery
Bench hand - jewellery manufacturing
Bench hand, machine shop - metal
products manufacturing
Bench hand, sheet metal mechanic
Bench hand, wooden box
Bench jig maker
Bench lacquer sprayer
Bench loom wire weaver
Bench machine operator woodworking
Bench machinist
Bench moulder
Bench moulder, dentures
Bench moulder - foundry
Bench moulder - jewellery
Bench set-up operator, machine tool
Bench spray painter
Bench stamping die maker
Bench tool maker
Bench worker, electrical appliances
Bench worker - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Bench worker - furniture manufacturing
Bench worker - garment manufacturing
Bench worker, ophthalmic goods
Bench worker, pianos and organs
Benchman / woman - meat packing
plant
Bender, clay pipes
Bender, lacrosse sticks - woodworking
Bender set-up operator - metal products
manufacturing
Bending machine helper - metal
products manufacturing
Bending machine operator
Bending machine operator - metal
forging
Bending machine operator - pipelines
Bending machine set-up operator metal fabrication
J194
J194
J194
J194
B534
B532
B021
A112
B532
J112
E023
I211
F127
J123
J197
J319
J124
J175
J175
A221
J171
J133
J315
J133
J162
E121
E121
F011
J228
J027
J228
H535
G731
H019
H535
G211
A211
G721
A334
A324
F022
B311
B531
B535
B553
B563
H821
Bending machine tender - metal
fabrication
Bending machine tender - metal
products manufacturing
Bending press operator - metal
fabrication
Bending roll operator - metal fabrication
Benefits and entitlement clerk insurance
Benefits and pension plan administrator
Benefits consultant
Benefits manager
Benefits officer
Benzol agitator operator
Bereavement counsellor
Berry picker
Best boy
Beveller, glass
Beveller, hand lenses - non-prescription
Beveller - shoe manufacturing
Beveller, stones
Beverage and bottle inspector
Beverage inspector
Beverage service manager
Beverage-canning machine operator
Bias cutter - rubber products
manufacturing
Bias cutting machine operator helper rubber products manufacturing
Bias cutting operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Bias-cutting machine tender - fabric, fur
and leather products manufacturing
Bible college teacher
Bible school teacher
Bibliographer
Bicycle assembler
Bicycle assembly foreman / woman
Bicycle inspector
Bicycle mechanic
Bicycle rental attendant
Bicycle repair shop supervisor
Bicycle repairer
Bicycle salesperson - retail
Bicycle shop manager
Bicycle tour guide
Bilateral relations chief
Bilateral relations manager - social
services
Bilingual editor
Bilingual services co-ordinator
Bill clerk
Bill collector
Bill complaints investigator
Bill distributor
Bill poster
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B513
H531
J121
J121
J311
J311
J111
J311
J311
H535
J197
J228
J193
H535
G731
G016
F151
J222
J228
H535
H535
G731
B531
B412
B531
B571
B412
B412
H812
J317
H812
J183
J183
J183
J319
J183
I021
J183
H018
H018
H018
J319
J319
J319
J183
J183
H018
J183
H018
J183
J161
Bill sorter
Billboard erector
Billet caster, zinc
Billet heater
Billet helper - primary metal processing
Billet mill helper - primary metal
processing
Billet mill roller - primary metal
processing
Billet pusher
Billet rolling mill helper - primary metal
processing
Billiard and bowling equipment
installer-repairer
Billiard ball maker
Billiard cloth inspector
Billiard cue maker
Billiard cue weigher
Billiard parlour attendant
Billiard parlour supervisor
Billiard player
Billiard table assembler
Billiard table cushion mounter
Billiard table repairer
Billiard table servicer
Billiards ballracker
Billing clerk
Billing co-ordinator
Billing machine operator
Billing rate clerk
Billing supervisor
Billing unit head
Bin attendant
Bin cleaner - food and beverage
processing
Bin filler
Binder and finisher
Binder and finisher - printing
Binder assistant
Binder helper - printing
Binder, machine - printing
Binder operator - agriculture
Binder - printing
Binders foreman / woman - printing
Binders supervisor - printing
Bindery foreman / woman - printing
Bindery helper
Bindery labourer
Bindery machine feeder - printing
Bindery machine operator - printing
Bindery operator
Bindery supervisor - printing
Bindery worker
Bindery workers supervisor - printing
Binding and finishing machine operator
Binding machine operator - sewing
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J161
J161
G731
G731
G731
G016
G731
H812
C012
C034
C034
D212
C012
D011
C111
C111
E111
C012
C111
C111
C111
D211
C048
E038
F021
C021
C061
E038
C012
F141
C121
A123
C021
C121
D212
C121
C021
C021
C021
C021
C021
C021
E111
E131
E131
C048
E111
C141
Binding sewing machine operator
Binding stitcher - footwear
manufacturing
Bingo caller
Bingo floor attendant
Bingo floorman / woman
Bingo games supervisor
Bingo hall attendant
Binman / woman
Bioanalytical chemist
Biochemical and biotechnical engineer
Biochemical engineer
Biochemical technician - medical
laboratory
Biochemist
Biochemist, medical - medicine
Biochemistry laboratory technician
Biochemistry laboratory technologist
Biochemistry professor - university
Biochemistry research scientist
Biochemistry technician (except
medical)
Biochemistry technologist
Biochemistry technologist (except
medical)
Biochemistry technologist - medical
laboratory
Bioelectrical engineer
Biogeographer
Biographer
Bioinformatician
Biological and agricultural science
statistician
Biological anthropologist
Biological chemist
Biological illustrator
Biological laboratory technologist
Biological research department chief
Biological scientist
Biological technician
Biological technician - medical
laboratory
Biological technologist
Biologist
Biologist, enzymology
Biologist, medical parasitology
Biologist, parasitology
Biologist, protozoology
Biologist, veterinary parasitology
Biology professor - university
Biology teacher, high school
Biology teacher - secondary school
Biomechanical engineer
Biomechanics professor - university
Biomedical and laboratory equipment
repairer
279
Biomedical
C048
C048
C141
C061
C011
C011
C048
C061
C013
C034
C034
I011
A211
D111
G942
J317
E024
J319
J124
J311
J312
J112
J112
H611
H821
H821
C161
J131
J131
J319
J228
G723
H325
H523
H523
J312
H325
H014
H821
H821
J133
J171
J152
J011
J311
J111
J121
J111
I131
H622
H622
I141
280
Biomedical engineer
Biomedical engineer - research and
development
Biomedical engineering technologist
Biometrician
Biophysicist
Biophysicist, radiation
Bio-resource engineer
Biostatistician
Biostratigrapher
Biotechnical engineer
Biotechnology engineer
Bird breeder
Bird seller
Birthing room nursing supervisor
Biscuit baker
Biscuit packer
Bishop
Bisque cleaner - clay products
Bisque kiln operator - clay products
Bisque placer - mineral products
manufacturing
Bit sharpener tender
Bitumen extraction plant operator
Bitumen upgrading plant operator
Bituminous paver operator - heavy
equipment
Bituminous paving labourer
Bituminous paving machine operator
Black light inspector
Black powder grainer and glazier tender
Black powder press tender
Blackboard eraser maker
Blackboard maker
Blackjack croupier
Blacksmith
Blacksmith - agriculture
Blacksmith, farm
Blacksmith helper
Blacksmith - manufacturing
Blacksmith shop foreman / woman
Blacktop raker
Blacktop spreader
Bladder moulder - rubber products
manufacturing
Blanching machine tender
Blanket weaver
Blast furnace foreman / woman
Blast furnace helper
Blast furnace operator
Blast furnace tapper
Blast furnaceman / woman
Blast hole driller - underground mining
Blaster (except underground mining)
Blaster, construction
Blaster helper
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I141
I141
H622
H622
I131
H017
I121
I121
I121
J228
J142
J113
J142
J015
J113
J113
J113
J316
J131
J171
J113
J142
J142
J153
J016
J153
J153
J153
J131
J317
J317
J131
J131
J171
J131
J171
I142
J132
J112
J112
J121
J174
Blaster helper - underground mining
Blaster, line crew - underground mining
Blaster - quarrying
Blaster - surface mining
Blaster - underground mining
Blasters foreman / woman construction
Blasters foreman / woman - mining and
quarrying
Blasters foreman / woman - quarrying
Blasters foreman / woman - surface
mining
Blasting cap assembler
Bleach boiler tender
Bleach field operator - pulp and paper
Bleach liquor maker, pulp
Bleach plant foreman / woman - pulp
and paper
Bleach plant operator
Bleach plant operator - pulp and paper
Bleach stock preparation operator pulp and paper
Bleacher helper - textile processing
Bleacher, oils
Bleacher operator - food and beverage
processing
Bleacher operator - pulp and paper
Bleacher, rag stock
Bleacher tender - pulp and paper
Bleacher - textile manufacturing
Bleaching foreman / woman - textiles
Bleaching machine operator - textile
manufacturing
Bleaching range operator
Bleaching range operator - textile
manufacturing
Bleaching solution maker
Blender and packer - food and beverage
processing
Blender and wrapper - food and
beverage processing
Blender - chemical processing
Blender, glues - chemical processing
Blender, margarine
Blender operator - chemical processing
Blender operator - food and beverage
processing
Blender operator - oil field services
Blender operator - plastic
manufacturing
Blender, petroleum
Blender, propellants
Blender tender - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Blender - tobacco processing
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I142
J151
J161
J225
J319
J124
J124
J124
J124
J124
J124
J226
J141
G982
J319
J182
I131
J183
J183
J124
J124
D212
D211
D313
D313
D313
D313
J111
J132
J014
J132
J132
J142
H821
J132
J133
H326
H326
J164
J181
J181
J319
Blending machine operator - oil field
services
Blending machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Blindstitch-sewing machine operator
Blister former - plastic products
manufacturing
Blister packer
Block cuber - concrete, clay and stone
products
Block machine operator - concrete, clay
and stone products
Block maker, cement - concrete products
Block maker, concrete
Block maker, stonework
Block moulder, cement - concrete
products
Block sander and glazier
Block splitter - sawmill
Blocker - laundry and dry cleaning
Blocker, lenses
Blocker, metal base
Blockholer - underground mining
Blocking press operator - printing
Blocking press stamper - printing
Block-making machine operator concrete, clay and stone products
Block-making machine tender concrete, clay and stone products
Blood bank technician
Blood bank technologist
Blood donor clinic assistant
Blood donor clinic attendant
Blood donor clinic helper
Blood sampling attendant
Blooming mill roller
Blow moulder operator - plastic
manufacturing
Blow moulding foreman / woman rubber and plastic manufacturing
Blow moulding machine operator
Blow moulding machine operator plastic manufacturing
Blow pit tender - pulp and paper
Blower operator, insulation
Blow-moulding process operator plastic manufacturing
Blow-out and test operator - rubber
products
Blowtorch operator
Blowtorch welder
Blue-leather grader
Blueprint blocker
Blueprint developer
Blueprint trimmer-wrapper - printing
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Blending
J319
J181
F033
J192
J146
J192
J213
B511
E037
A323
E035
J141
J153
A222
A222
A361
J163
J153
J112
G211
H143
J221
J221
J221
J319
J221
J221
J221
J221
J124
H121
H621
B575
H016
J221
J221
J221
H121
H811
J221
H535
G731
G721
H121
H121
H733
G624
H733
I171
G624
H733
J316
Blueprinter helper - printing
Blueprinting machine operator
Blues singer
Board drop hammer operator
Board grader - wood processing
Board hammer operator - metal forging
Board laboratory operator
Board marker, grain quotations
Board member - government services
Board of education administrator
Board of education inspector
Board sawyer - sawmill
Boarder - textile manufacturing
Boarding house keeper
Boarding house manager
Boarding kennel manager
Boarding machine tender - hide and
pelt processing
Boarding machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Boardman / woman - chemical
processing
Boat and marine equipment salesperson
- retail
Boat and ship insulator
Boat assembler
Boat assembler, aluminum
Boat assembler, fibreglass
Boat assembly helper
Boat assembly inspector
Boat assembly laminator
Boat assembly repairer
Boat assembly repairer, fibreglass
Boat builder, quartz - stone products
Boat carpenter
Boat crane operator
Boat dispatcher
Boat engine repair foreman / woman
Boat inspector
Boat inspector and finisher, fibreglass
Boat inspector, wood
Boat joiner
Boat loader
Boat motor installer
Boat propeller repairer
Boat rental attendant
Boat tour guide
Boatbuilder, wood
Boatbuilding apprentice
Boatswain
Boatswain - Canadian Armed Forces
Boatswain, except military
Boatswain, fishing vessel
Boatswain - military
Boatswain - water transport
Bobbin changer - textile processing
281
Bobbin
J316
J316
J153
J316
J316
J316
J151
J151
H611
F152
F152
H422
H422
J212
J212
J212
G922
J212
H422
H822
H422
H016
H016
J021
G631
G611
J212
C162
B114
H019
H143
H019
G932
H322
C162
C164
H322
H143
H221
J313
J226
H322
H322
H322
H734
282
NOC-S 2006
Bobbin cleaner - textile processing
Bobbin collector - textile processing
Bobbin dryer - textile manufacturing
Bobbin processor
Bobbin scraper - textile processing
Bobbin sorter - textile processing
Bobbin stripper - textile manufacturing
Bobbin winder - textile manufacturing
Bobcat operator
Bobsled coach
Bobsleigh coach
Body and fender repairer - automobile
Body and fender repairman / woman automobile
Body assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Body department technician - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Body frame inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Body piercer
Body production operator - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Body repairer apprentice, motor
vehicles
Body repairer helper, automobile
Body repairer, motor vehicles
Body shop foreman / woman
Body shop supervisor
Body shop supervisor - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Bodyguard (except police)
Bodyguard - police
Body-in-white inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Boiler and machinery inspector
Boiler and machinery underwriter insurance
Boiler and pipe insulation specialists
foreman / woman
Boiler and pipe insulator
Boiler and pipe insulators foreman /
woman
Boiler cleaner
Boiler fitter
Boiler inspector
Boiler installation inspector
Boiler installer
Boiler insulator
Boiler operator
Boiler operator helper
Boiler painter
Boiler repairer
Boiler repairman / woman
Boiler shop mechanic
Boiler tender - ships
C161
J153
J313
H326
J313
H411
H221
H322
H322
H322
J312
H322
H322
H014
J171
J196
J314
J196
J196
J141
J191
J317
J171
I131
J141
J191
H523
B013
B013
A301
B013
J197
J133
J123
J153
J133
B014
J171
J319
J172
J145
F023
F022
J183
J145
F024
A342
B551
F023
G211
Boiler tester
Boiler - textile manufacturing
Boiler water tester
Boiler welder
Boilerhouse helper
Boilerhouse machinery mechanic
Boilerhouse operator
Boilermaker
Boilermaker apprentice
Boilermaker, erection and repair
Boilermaker helper
Boilermaker, maintenance
Boilermaker-welder
Boilermaking shop foreman / woman
Bologna maker
Bolt header operator
Bolt loader - sawmill
Bolt machine operator
Bolt maker
Bolt sawyer - sawmill
Bolt threader
Bolter helper - food and beverage
processing
Bolter operator - food and beverage
processing
Bolter operator - underground mining
Bolterman / woman - sawmill
Bolt-threading machine operator
Bomb-disposal expert
Bond broker
Bond dealer
Bond sales manager
Bond trader
Bonder operator, luggage shell
Bonder - rubber products
manufacturing
Bonding machine operator, glass
Bonding machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Bonding press tender - rubber products
manufacturing
Bonds underwriter
Bone crusher - food and beverage
processing
Boner, garments and hosiery
Boner, meat
Book cover creaser
Book critic
Book editor
Book finisher - printing
Book jacket machine tender
Book publicist
Book publishing manager
Book returns clerk - library
Book reviewer
Book salesperson - retail
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G211
J183
J183
F144
J183
J183
J183
J183
J315
J174
G711
G111
G714
G714
G714
B111
B412
B111
B531
B412
E121
B551
H714
F011
J183
A211
H621
F127
I216
I111
F127
F127
H621
H621
I216
I216
I216
H611
J025
J164
J164
J319
J319
J164
J133
J133
H513
H513
J025
J025
J191
J193
Book store clerk - retail
Book trimmer
Bookbinder assistant
Bookbinder, hand
Bookbinder, machine
Bookbinder - printing
Bookbinding machine operator
Book-cutting machine operator
Booker - rubber products
manufacturing
Booker - tobacco processing
Booking agent - travel agency
Booking agent - wholesale
Bookings clerk (except airline)
Bookings clerk - railway
Bookings clerk - wholesale travel
Bookkeeper
Bookkeepers and accounting clerks
supervisor
Bookkeeping clerk
Bookkeeping machine operator
Bookkeeping supervisor
Bookkeeping teacher
Bookmobile clerk
Bookmobile driver
Bookmobile librarian
Book-sewing machine operator printing
Bookstore manager
Boom crane operator
Boom grip
Boom man / woman
Boom master - logging
Boom microphone operator
Boom operator
Boom truck crane operator
Boom truck hoist operator
Boom worker
Boom worker - logging
Boom worker - mill pond
Boom-conveyor operator
Boot and shoe foreman / woman
Boot and shoe grader
Boot and shoe inspector
Boot and shoe matcher
Boot and shoe perforator
Boot and shoe sorter
Boot cutter, rubber
Boot maker, rubber
Boot repairer
Bootmaker
Bootmakers and shoemakers foreman /
woman
Bootmakers foreman / woman
Borer - metal machining
Borer - woodworking
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Boring machine operator - metal
machining
J193 Boring machine operator woodworking
J124 Boring mill operator - concrete products
J191 Boring mill operator - metal machining
J191 Boring mill set-up operator - metal
machining
I121 Boss, layers track - underground mining
I121 Boss, level - underground mining
I121 Boss, sand fill - underground mining
I121 Boss, shift - mining and quarrying
I121 Boss, track
I121 Boss, yard - mining and quarrying
I171 Bo’sun, fishing vessel
F112 Botanical garden interpreter
C121 Botanical technician
C121 Botanical technologist
C021 Botanist
E111 Botany professor - university
J228 Bottle assembler, Thermos
J197 Bottle cap seal machine setter
J197 Bottle cap seal machine tender
J317 Bottle caser - food and beverage
processing
J317 Bottle checker - food and beverage
processing
J123 Bottle inspector - glass products
manufacturing
J123 Bottle machine operator
J123 Bottle machine operator - glass and
glass products manufacturing
J123 Bottle maker operator
J123 Bottle maker operator - glass and glass
products
J319 Bottle sorter
J123 Bottle tester
J317 Bottle washer
J317 Bottle washer - food and beverage
processing
J317 Bottler
J317 Bottle-washing machine tender - food
and beverage processing
J013 Bottling foreman / woman
J317 Bottling line worker
J171 Bottling machine operator
J171 Bottling machine operator - food and
beverage processing
J013 Bottling supervisor - food and beverage
processing
I141 Bottom cager - underground mining
J319 Bottom wheeler - shoe manufacturing
G631 Bouncer
G631 Bouncer - security
G211 Bouquet salesperson
J191
283
Bow
H535 Bow repairer
J153 Bowker - textile manufacturing
J193 Bowl blank boring and finishing
machine operator
G731 Bowling alley attendant
F154 Bowling instructor
G731 Bowling pinsetter
J223 Box assembler, wood
H812 Box bander
J223 Box blank former, wood
J197 Box blank machine operator
J193 Box blank repairer - woodworking
G972 Box boy / girl
J223 Box builder, wood
J181 Box, case and lining printer
J145 Box cutter, corrugated - paper
converting
J145 Box cutter - paper converting
J319 Box factory labourer
H812 Box filler
J145 Box finisher - paper converting
J145 Box gluer - paper converting
J319 Box labeller
J145 Box liner - paper converting
J171 Box machine operator - food and
beverage processing
J145 Box maker, cardboard - paper
converting
J145 Box maker operator
J145 Box maker - paper converting
J145 Box maker, paper - paper converting
J223 Box maker, wood
J015 Box making foreman / woman - paper
converting
J319 Box marker - manufacturing
G311 Box office cashier
J319 Box packer
J181 Box printer - printing
J319 Box sealer
J222 Box spring assembler
J222 Box spring frame assembler
J222 Box spring unit assembler - furniture
manufacturing
J317 Box stitcher - food and beverage
processing
J319 Box-blank machine feeder
H812 Boxcar loader
J197 Box-end-stapling machine tender
F151 Boxer
F024 Boxing promoter
G731 Boxing second
F152 Boxing trainer
J181 Box-printing machine operator
J197 Box-sealing machine operator
D219 Brace maker
J228 Bracelet assembler
284
NOC-S 2006
D215
J152
J152
J133
J196
J152
H417
J133
J152
J196
B551
B523
B523
B523
J181
E214
B523
B523
J181
B523
B523
E214
B523
B511
J181
B523
J212
J191
J312
H414
J124
J194
A211
H421
H722
H722
H722
H722
H722
B011
A302
H216
B551
A114
A302
A301
A301
A211
Brachytherapy technologist
Braid maker - textiles
Braid weaver - textiles
Braider operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Braider tender
Braider - textiles
Braiding machine setter
Braiding machine tender - rubber
products manufacturing
Braiding machine tender - textiles
Braiding machine tender - wire
products manufacturing
Braille and talking books library clerk
Braille block maker
Braille computer translations specialist
Braille data entry clerk
Braille duplicator
Braille instructor
Braille keyboard operator
Braille keyboard operator - typesetting
Braille printer
Braille process engraver
Braille stereograph machine operator
Braille teacher
Braille transcription technician
Braille volumes transcriber
Braille-impressing machine operator
Braillewriter operator
Brake assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Brake drum lathe operator
Brake helper - metal products
manufacturing
Brake inspector - railway car
Brake lining finisher, asbestos
Brake setter - metalworking
Brake shop manager
Brake systems mechanic
Brake worker - switching yard
Brakeman / woman
Brakeman / woman - railway
Brakeman / woman - railway yard
Brakeman / woman - switching yard
Branch accountant, bank
Branch administrative manager banking, credit and investment
Branch exchange repairer telecommunications
Branch library clerk
Branch manager - administration
Branch manager - banking, credit and
investment
Branch manager - insurance
Branch manager, real estate
Branch manager - retail
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Branch supervisor, pest control
Brand recorder
Brass caster
Brass or bronze chaser
Brattice builder - underground mining
Brazer
Brazer and hammerer
Brazer, furnace
Brazer, gas
Brazer, resistance
Brazing machine feeder
Brazing machine operator
Brazing machine setter
Bread baker
Bread baker - retail
Bread deliverer
Bread inspector
Bread pan greaser - food and beverage
processing
H714 Bread route driver
J171 Bread slicer operator
J175 Bread tester
J171 Bread-slicing machine operator
J111 Breakdown mill operator
J151 Breaker feeder - textile manufacturing
J142 Breaker - pulp and paper
J171 Breaker tank attendant - food and
beverage processing
J142 Breaker tender - pulp and paper
J153 Breaker tender - textile manufacturing
J142 Breakerman / woman - pulp and paper
G412 Breakfast cook
J197 Breaster, heels - footwear
manufacturing
I011 Breeder, dogs
I011 Breeder, domestic animals
I011 Breeder, goat
I011 Breeder, pheasant
I011 Breeder, rabbit
J171 Brewer
J171 Brewer helper - food and beverage
processing
J013 Brewer supervisor
J171 Brewery kettle tender - food and
beverage processing
J317 Brewery labourer
J171 Brewery pumpman / woman
J171 Brewery stillman / woman - beverage
processing
J013 Brewery supervisor
C111 Brewery technician
C111 Brewery technician - applied chemistry
J175 Brewery tester - food and beverage
processing
J171 Brewery worker
J171 Brewhouse operator
H019
B541
J122
H514
I141
H326
H326
H326
H326
H326
J312
H326
H326
G942
G942
H714
C122
J317
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A391
J193
H131
H019
J311
J124
J121
J011
J125
J311
J125
J124
J124
J124
H131
H821
J124
J125
J124
J124
J124
J124
H019
J124
J124
J124
J124
H131
J124
H131
H131
H019
H131
H821
H131
H131
H131
H131
H131
H131
H019
H019
H019
H019
H131
H821
J124
G211
A371
C164
Brewmaster
Briar-bowl turner - woodworking
Brick and stone mason
Brick and stone masons foreman /
woman
Brick and tile batch mixer
Brick and tile caster - clay products
Brick and tile crusher operator
Brick and tile foreman / woman
Brick and tile inspector
Brick and tile kiln cleaner
Brick and tile tester
Brick and tile-making machine operator
- clay products
Brick baker - clay products
Brick burner - clay products
Brick chimney builder
Brick cleaner
Brick cutter - clay products
Brick grader
Brick kiln operator - clay products
Brick kilnman / woman - clay products
Brick machine set-up operator - clay
products
Brick maker - clay products
Brick masonry contractor
Brick moulder - clay products
Brick moulder, hand - clay products
Brick presser - clay products
Brick presser operator
Brick setter
Brick-cutting machine operator - clay
products
Bricklayer
Bricklayer, chimney repair
Bricklayer foreman / woman
Bricklayer, furnace lining
Bricklayer helper
Bricklayer, kiln repair
Bricklayer, ladle repair
Bricklayer, maintenance
Bricklayer, refractory brick
Bricklayer, residential
Bricklayer, smokestacks
Bricklayer supervisor
Bricklayer-contractor
Bricklaying and masonry contractor
Bricklaying contractor
Brickmason
Brickmason’s helper
Brick-moulding machine operator - clay
products
Bridal sales consultant - retail
Bridge and building construction
manager
Bridge and building inspector
285
Bridge
H323 Bridge and girder plater
H017 Bridge and highway construction gang
foreman / woman
H735 Bridge attendant - canal lock systems
H121 Bridge carpenter
H017 Bridge construction foreman / woman
H324 Bridge construction ironworker
A371 Bridge construction superintendent
H621 Bridge crane operator
C131 Bridge design technician
C031 Bridge engineer
H821 Bridge gang worker - construction
C164 Bridge inspector
C164 Bridge inspector - construction and
maintenance
F154 Bridge instructor
H735 Bridge keeper - lock system
I141 Bridge operator - underground mining
H144 Bridge painter
H019 Bridge painters foreman / woman
F154 Bridge teacher
H735 Bridgemaster
H735 Bridgemaster - lock systems
E211 Brief writer - law
A353 Brigadier
A353 Brigadier General
J182 Bright type processor
J112 Brine equipment tender
J121 Brine maker - mineral products
processing
J171 Brine man / woman - food and
beverage processing
J171 Brine mixer operator - food and
beverage processing
J112 Brine purification operator
J171 Brine tank separator tender
I131 Brine well tender
J318 Briner, fish - fish processing
J121 Briquetting machine operator
J172 Brisket cutter - meat packing plant
E211 British Columbia notary public
J191 Broacher, production - metal machining
J191 Broaching machine operator - metal
machining
J191 Broaching machine set-up operator metal machining
B541 Broadcast clerk
F124 Broadcast engineer
F124 Broadcast field technician
C162 Broadcast interference inspector
F023 Broadcast journalist
F124 Broadcast maintenance technician
F124 Broadcast technician
F124 Broadcast transmitter operator
F131 Broadcaster
F124 Broadcasting control operator
286
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F126
A015
F031
F124
G121
A342
F031
C033
F031
A342
F124
F124
F124
H145
I011
G412
I011
J142
J314
B013
G111
B116
B116
B116
B116
G131
B013
G111
B116
B116
B116
B534
A301
J227
J183
J183
J183
J228
J319
J228
J228
J228
J319
J197
J197
E216
J142
J314
J142
J171
J228
J124
I162
J228
Broadcasting co-ordinator
Broadcasting corporation president
Broadcasting director
Broadcasting engineer
Broadcasting equipment salesperson
Broadcasting manager
Broadcasting producer
Broadcasting professional engineer
Broadcasting sports director
Broadcasting station manager
Broadcasting switcher
Broadcasting technician
Broadcasting transmitter operator
Broadloom installer
Broiler chicken producer
Broiler cook
Broiler producer
Broke beater tender - pulp and paper
Broke hustler - pulp and paper
Broker
Broker, advertising agency
Broker, cargo
Broker, customs house
Broker, gas
Broker, information customs
Broker, insurance
Broker, investments
Broker, livestock
Broker, oil lease
Broker, ship
Broker, yacht
Brokerage clerk
Brokerage manager - investments
Bronze plater
Bronzer, machine - printing
Bronzer - printing
Bronzing machine tender - printing
Broom assembler
Broom cleaner and cutter
Broom maker
Broom maker, hand
Broom stitcher
Broom trimmer
Broomcorn dyer
Broom-stitching machine operator
Brother / sister - religion
Brown stock operator - pulp and paper
Brown stock washer helper - pulp and
paper
Brown stock washer - pulp and paper
Brown sugar maker
Brush assembler, twisted wire
Brush coater operator - concrete
products
Brush cutter - forestry
Brush finisher
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J217
J153
J228
J197
J197
J027
J197
J226
J226
J153
I141
J163
J153
J217
J197
C021
I161
I161
I111
J193
H812
J193
H611
H611
J319
J196
B011
B012
B531
B412
J224
J312
J163
J312
J225
J133
J319
J124
G513
J024
J194
J225
J197
Brush lacer and trimmer - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Brush machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Brush maker, hand
Brush maker operator
Brush maker, twisted wires
Brush making foreman / woman
Brush making machine operator
Brush painter, production
Brush stainer - production
Brusher and shearer - textile
manufacturing
Brusher - underground mining
Brushing machine operator - hide and
pelt processing
Brushing operator - textile
manufacturing
Brush-lacing and trimming operator electrical equipment manufacturing
Brush-making machine operator, rotary
Bryologist
Bucker
Bucker - logging
Buckers supervisor
Bucket chucker - woodworking
Bucket elevator operator
Bucket lathe operator
Bucketwheel operator
Bucketwheel-excavator operator
Buckle maker
Buckshot swage operator
Budget accountant
Budget analyst
Budget clerk
Budget supervisor
Buffer, furniture - furniture finishing
Buffer, hand - metal products
manufacturing
Buffer, leather - hide and pelt processing
Buffer, metal - metal products
manufacturing
Buffer, plastic products
Buffer, rubber belts
Buffer, shoe parts
Buffer, stone products
Buffet waiter / waitress
Buffing and lacquering foreman /
woman - furniture and fixtures
manufacturing
Buffing line setter
Buffing machine operator - plastic
manufacturing
Buffing machine set-up operator,
flatware
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Brush
J194
J312
J311
H611
H611
F033
J171
A372
J215
I141
J228
J315
J124
H531
J225
H131
A372
A372
J133
J133
H121
H121
H821
B115
G933
H121
G931
G015
G015
H211
C134
A371
A016
C164
A371
G933
H211
C031
G932
H142
H142
G933
C164
C164
C164
H019
Buffing machine set-up operator - metal
fabrication
Buffing machine tender - metal
products manufacturing
Buggy operator - primary metal
processing
Buggy-operator skinner
Buggy-scraper operator
Bugler
Buhr mill operator - food and beverage
processing
Builder
Builder and welder, stator and rotor
cores - industrial electrical equipment
Builder, brattice - underground mining
Builder, conveyor wire belts
Builder helper, belts - rubber products
manufacturing
Builder, insulators - clay products
Builder, patios
Builder, plastic templates
Builder, refractory
Builder - renovation
Builder - residential
Builder, rubber drums
Builder, rubber V-belts
Builder, wooden boats
Building addition carpenter
Building and house wrecker
Building appraiser
Building caretaker
Building carpenter
Building cleaner
Building cleaning and maintenance
supervisor
Building cleaning supervisor
Building construction electrician
Building construction estimator
Building construction general
contractor
Building construction general manager
Building construction inspector
Building construction superintendent
Building custodian
Building electrician
Building envelope engineer
Building exterior cleaner
Building glass glazier
Building glazier
Building handyman / woman
Building inspector
Building inspector - electrical wiring
Building inspector - structure
Building insulation material installation
foreman / woman
287
Building
H019 Building insulation specialists foreman
/ woman
H143 Building insulator
H019 Building insulators foreman / woman
A141 Building maintenance head
G933 Building maintenance man / woman
A141 Building maintenance manager
G111 Building maintenance services sales
representative
H019 Building maintenance supervisor
G933 Building maintenance worker
B314 Building managing supervisor
A371 Building materials branch director
C131 Building materials technician
H017 Building mover contractor
H017 Building movers foreman / woman
H017 Building moving foreman / woman
A141 Building operations manager
G933 Building operator - maintenance
H144 Building painter
H821 Building painter helper
C164 Building safety inspector
G932 Building sander
A141 Building services head
A141 Building services manager
G933 Building services worker
F142 Building space planner
G933 Building superintendent
A113 Building supplies purchasing manager
G211 Building supplies salesperson - retail
C032 Building systems engineer
H324 Building systems erector
H221 Building systems operator
H221 Building systems technician
H821 Building wrecker
H017 Building wrecking contractor
H017 Building wrecking foreman / woman
C031 Buildings and bridge engineer
A114 Buildings, vehicles and supplies
manager
H141 Built-up flat roofer
H141 Built-up roofer
I212 Bulb planter
J174 Bulk blender - tobacco processing
J121 Bulk cement-blender tender
H711 Bulk goods truck driver
H812 Bulk materials carrier operator
H812 Bulk materials loader operator
H812 Bulk materials unloader
H711 Bulk milk truck driver
J174 Bulker blender - tobacco processing
J171 Bulk-sausage-stuffing machine operator
- food and beverage processing
J191 Bullard multiple-spindle lathe operator
H611 Bulldozer driver
H611 Bulldozer operator
288
NOC-S 2006
J228
J228
J196
J313
J196
J122
J196
J228
J228
J196
J196
J196
J312
J174
J196
J319
H812
J319
G731
I151
A342
J124
D112
D111
D111
D112
J124
J228
J112
J194
J194
J163
J312
J197
J197
B561
H421
J216
J216
H421
H016
J216
G961
G932
A373
H022
H712
H022
B553
Bullet and cartridge case inspector
Bullet and cartridge inspector
Bullet cutter and former
Bullet lubricant compounder
Bullet maker
Bullet moulder - foundry
Bullet shaper, machine - metal products
manufacturing
Bulletin board fabricator
Bulletin board maker
Bullet-shaping machine tender
Bullet-swaging machine adjuster
Bullet-swaging machine setter - metal
products manufacturing
Bumper operator, aircraft
Buncher, cigar
Bunching machine operator
Bundle wrapper
Bundler, hand
Bundler - manufacturing
Bungee jump attendant
Bunk skidder operator
Bureau chief - news agency
Burial vault maker, concrete
Burn patient care nurse
Burn unit nursing co-ordinator
Burn unit nursing supervisor
Burn victim care nurse
Burner, bricks - clay products
Burner, enamel - jewellery
manufacturing
Burner operator - petroleum
Burning machine operator - metal
fabrication
Burning table operator - metal
fabrication
Burnisher - hide and pelt processing
Burnisher - metalworking
Burnisher operator - footwear
manufacturing
Burnishing machine operator - footwear
manufacturing
Bursting machine tender
Bus and transport mechanic
Bus and truck floor framer
Bus and truck frame builder
Bus and truck mechanic
Bus and truck repair foreman / woman
Bus assembler
Bus boy / girl
Bus cleaner
Bus company manager
Bus dispatcher
Bus driver
Bus drivers supervisor
Bus information clerk
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H022
H022
H421
B561
J216
G971
B553
B576
B553
B541
G714
G721
B553
G932
C171
J311
J215
J214
J215
J319
E111
E121
E121
G121
B021
B021
F142
C171
C071
E032
C071
J022
J022
C061
C074
B115
A014
A322
E121
A323
E121
B022
C071
A332
A301
E033
B552
Bus inspector
Bus inspector-dispatcher
Bus mechanic
Bus parcel express clerk
Bus parts inspector
Bus refueler
Bus schedule information clerk
Bus scheduler
Bus service information clerk
Bus terminal clerk
Bus ticket agent
Bus tour guide
Bus transportation service co-ordinator
Bus washer
Bush pilot
Busher - primary metal processing
Bushing assembler, high voltage
transformers
Bushing assembler - small transformer
manufacturing
Bushing core winder - industrial
electrical equipment
Bushing tender
Business administration professor university
Business administration teacher
Business administration teacher college level
Business agent, computers
Business agent, labour organization
Business agent, labour union
Business aircraft interior designer
Business aircraft pilot
Business analyst, computer systems
Business analyst - economics
Business analyst, informatics
Business and commercial machine
assembly supervisor
Business and commercial machines
assembly foreman / woman
Business and economics statistician
Business application programmer
Business appraiser
Business association general manager
Business college director
Business college instructor
Business college principal
Business college teacher
Business consultant
Business continuity analyst
Business development director government services
Business development manager damage insurance
Business development officer
Business documentalist
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Bus
E032
F022
E131
G111
G625
F141
G111
A014
E033
E121
C142
B022
B022
A391
A114
A131
B022
B553
C152
B514
C071
B311
B021
A322
A014
A322
A303
B311
B315
G111
E131
E121
C071
C071
E131
H216
H216
B115
B115
F132
G941
G941
Business economist
Business editor
Business education teacher
Business equipment sales representative
- wholesale
Business establishment investigator security
Business forms designer
Business forms sales representative
Business general manager
Business issues lobbyist
Business law teacher
Business machine servicer
Business management analyst
Business management consultant
Business manager - manufacturing
Business manager - non-profit
organization
Business manager - sales and
advertising
Business methods analyst
Business office service representative telecommunications
Business products designer
Business receptionist
Business re-engineering analyst,
systems
Business representative - club, lodge or
society
Business representative, labour
organization
Business school director
Business school general manager
Business school principal
Business services manager
Business services officer
Business services purchasing officer
Business services sales representative
Business subjects teacher - secondary
school
Business subjects teacher - vocational
institute
Business systems analyst
Business systems specialist - computer
systems
Business teacher - secondary school
Business telephone equipment installer
and repairer
Business telephone equipment
maintainer
Business valuation officer
Business valuator
Busker
Butcher apprentice
Butcher - butcher shop
289
Butcher
G941
J317
J172
G941
G941
G211
J172
G941
G983
J175
C122
J171
J317
J317
J317
J175
J319
J197
J145
J197
J197
J197
J197
J319
J197
J161
J161
J197
J161
J161
J161
J161
J197
J228
J319
B315
B315
B315
B315
G133
G133
B541
G623
G623
J012
NOC-S 2006
Butcher - delicatessen
Butcher helper - meat processing
Butcher, industrial
Butcher, retail
Butcher - retail or wholesale
Butcher shop clerk
Butcher, slaughterhouse
Butcher - wholesale
Butler
Butter grader
Butter inspector
Butter maker
Butter packer
Butter sampler
Butter wrapper
Butterfat tester
Button assorter
Button designer and sample maker
Button envelope machine tender
Button finisher
Button machine operator
Button machine setter
Button maker
Button marker
Button press operator
Button sewer, machine
Button stayer
Button-covering machine setter
Buttonhole finisher
Buttonhole machine operator
Buttonhole maker
Buttonhole stayer
Button-moulder operator
Buttons inspector
Button-sorting machine feeder
Buyer, advertising
Buyer - manufacturing and processing
Buyer, media time and space
Buyer - purchasing
Buyer - retail
Buyer - wholesale
By-law clerk
By-law enforcement officer
By-law enforcement officers supervisor
By-products extraction foreman /
woman - chemical processing
C
F025
D219
F025
F025
B011
B011
290
C. Int. (certified interpreter)
C Ped (certified pedorthist)
C. Term. (certified terminologist)
C. Tr. (certified translator)
CA (chartered accountant)
CA (chartered accountant) student
G631 Cabin baggage inspector
J222 Cabinet assembler - furniture
manufacturing
J222 Cabinet assembler - wood products
manufacturing
J222 Cabinet inspector - furniture
manufacturing
A011 Cabinet minister
A334 Cabinet relations director
A334 Cabinet relations manager
H122 Cabinetmaker
H122 Cabinetmaker apprentice
H015 Cabinetmakers foreman / woman
H821 Cabinetmaker’s helper
H015 Cabinetmaking contractor
J196 Cable armourer
G731 Cable car operator
H735 Cable ferry deckhand
H735 Cable ferry operator
H735 Cable ferry operator, manual
I216 Cable hooker - logging
H012 Cable installation and repair foreman /
woman - telecommunications
H822 Cable installation and repair helper telecommunications
H012 Cable installation contractor
H012 Cable installation foreman / woman
H012 Cable installation supervisor
H214 Cable installer and repairer - electric
power systems
H214 Cable installer - electric power systems
H214 Cable installer - electrical power
H822 Cable installer helper
H215 Cable installer - telecommunications
H012 Cable installers and repairers foreman /
woman - telecommunications
J196 Cable insulator
J319 Cable insulator helper
H214 Cable jointer - electric power systems
H822 Cable line worker
H012 Cable maintenance and repair
supervisor
J196 Cable maker, metal
H215 Cable repair technician telecommunications
H214 Cable repairer - electric power systems
H822 Cable repairer helper
H822 Cable repairer helper telecommunications
H215 Cable repairer, telecommunications
H215 Cable repairer - telecommunications
H217 Cable servicer, television
I161 Cable skidder operator
H214 Cable splicer - electric power systems
H214 Cable splicer - electrical power
H822 Cable splicer helper
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H215 Cable splicer, telecommunications
H012 Cable splicers foreman / woman telecommunications
H012 Cable splicing foreman / woman telecommunications
H216 Cable station tester telecommunications
H217 Cable television installation technician
H217 Cable television installer
H217 Cable television maintenance technician
H217 Cable television service installation
technician
G211 Cable television service salesperson
H012 Cable television system installers and
repairers foreman / woman
H217 Cable television technician
H215 Cable tester - telecommunications
H623 Cable tool driller - water well drilling
B573 Cable transfer clerk
H217 Cable TV (television) converter and
decoder equipment repairer
H326 Cable welder
H012 Cable workers front line supervisor
I151 Cable yarding operator
I151 Cable yarding system operator
J196 Cable-braiding machine operator
J217 Cable-coding machine tender - electrical
equipment manufacturing
H214 Cableman / woman - electric power
systems
H822 Cableman / woman helper
J217 Cable-marking machine tender electrical equipment manufacturing
G211 Cable-TV and pay-TV sales
representative
H217 Cablevision servicer
H012 Cablevision technicians foreman /
woman
C153 CAD (computer-aided design) specialist
- drafting
C153 CAD (computer-aided design)
technologist
C153 CAD (computer-assisted drafting)
C153 CAD (computer-assisted drafting)
draftsperson - printed circuit boards
C153 CAD (computer-assisted drafting)
technician
C133 CAD / CAM (computer-aided design /
computer-assisted manufacturing)
programmer
C133 CAD / CAM NC (computer-aided
design / computer-aided
manufacturing, numerical control)
programmer
C133 CAD / CAM programmer
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Cable
C153
C054
G731
G611
J121
J227
J311
J131
J121
J121
J121
A221
G311
G412
G961
G961
A221
G012
G961
G961
J194
J196
I141
I141
G942
G942
G942
G942
G942
J171
J132
J317
J121
J131
B534
E131
G721
G721
J315
J316
J133
J133
J143
J132
J132
CAD operator
Cadastral surveyor
Caddie
Cadet, police
Cadmium control operator - zinc
leaching
Cadmium galvanizer
Cadmium leach helper
Cadmium liquor maker
Cadmium plant operator
Cadmium recoverer
Cadmium zinc leacher
Café manager
Cafeteria cashier
Cafeteria cook
Cafeteria counter attendant
Cafeteria helper
Cafeteria manager
Cafeteria supervisor, food services
Cafeteria worker
Cafeteria-buffet attendant
Cage builder - metal fabrication
Cage maker - wire products
manufacturing
Cage tender
Cage tender - underground mining
Cake and pastry decorator - retail
Cake baker - retail
Cake decorator
Cake decorator - retail
Cake icer
Cake mix equipment operator - food
and beverage processing
Cake press operator - plastic
manufacturing
Cake wrapper
Calciner operator - mineral products
processing
Calciner tender
Calculation clerk - insurance
Calculus teacher - secondary school
Calèche driver
Calèche operator
Calender feeder - rubber and plastic
products manufacturing
Calender helper - textile processing
Calender let-off operator - rubber
products manufacturing
Calender machine operator - rubber
products manufacturing
Calender man / woman - pulp and
paper
Calender operator, multi-roll - plastic
manufacturing
Calender operator - plastic
manufacturing
291
Calender
J143
J133
J153
J133
J132
J133
J143
J014
J132
J153
J172
C141
J228
J214
J216
J228
H535
H523
J312
J214
H535
J213
B553
C182
B413
G731
F141
F141
F154
J228
J228
F127
G211
J228
F122
J182
J182
F122
J182
J182
F122
H019
H535
292
Calender operator - pulp and paper
Calender operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Calender operator - textile
manufacturing
Calender roll warmer - rubber products
manufacturing
Calender wind-up tender - plastic
manufacturing
Calender wind-up tender - rubber
products manufacturing
Calenderer - pulp and paper
Calendering foreman / woman - rubber
and plastic manufacturing
Calendering machine tender - plastic
manufacturing
Calendering machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Calf skinner - meat packing plant
Calibration tester
Calibrator, clock hairsprings
Calibrator, electrical controls
Calibrator, gasoline pumps
Calibrator, optical instruments
Calibrator, pressure controllers
Calibrator, scientific instruments
Calibrator, tanks - metal products
manufacturing
Calibrator, thermostats - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Calibrator, torque wrench
Calibrator, wire wound resistors
Call centre agent - customer service
Call centre agent - technical support
Call centre supervisor
Caller, bingo
Calligrapher
Calligraphic artist
Callisthenics instructor
Camera assembler
Camera assembly inspector
Camera crane operator
Camera equipment salesperson - retail
Camera inspector
Camera operator
Camera operator, colour separation printing
Camera operator - graphic arts
Camera operator, motion picture
Camera operator, photogravure printing
Camera operator - printing
Camera operator, video
Camera repair shop supervisor
Camera repairer
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H535
G211
A211
J191
G412
G961
E036
F154
F154
G961
A222
G513
A131
G731
G933
G731
I212
A222
A222
G016
G731
A141
J316
J173
J175
J196
J196
J196
H411
J153
C054
C164
B115
G611
A141
H411
H735
H735
H735
A141
D212
J171
J228
F144
J027
J319
J319
J171
J317
J175
Camera repairman / woman
Camera salesperson - retail
Camera store manager
Camming machine operator - metal
machining
Camp cook
Camp cook’s helper
Camp co-ordinator
Camp counsellor
Camp leader
Camp lunchroom attendant
Camp manager
Camp waiter / waitress
Campaign manager
Campground attendant
Campground cleaner
Campground gate attendant
Campground maintenance worker
Campground manager
Campground operator
Campground supervisor
Campground worker
Campus maintenance manager
Can doffer - textile processing
Can filler - fish processing
Can inspector - food and beverage
processing
Can inspector - metal products
manufacturing
Can machine operator
Can machine setter
Can seamer machine repairer
Can tender
Canada lands surveyor
Canada Mortgage and Housing
Corporation (CMHC) inspector
Canadian residential appraiser (CRA)
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
(CSIS) investigator
Canal director
Canal equipment mechanic
Canal lock operator
Canal lock tender
Canal lockman / woman
Canal superintendent
Cancer research technician
Candied fruit processor
Candle decorator
Candle maker, hand
Candle making foreman / woman
Candle manufacturing labourer
Candle-wrapping machine tender
Candy centre maker
Candy dipper, hand - food and
beverage processing
Candy inspector
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J171
J317
J317
J171
J317
J171
J171
J171
J171
F144
J173
J171
J196
G611
J196
J196
J175
J171
J171
J173
J013
J318
J318
A391
J317
J317
J171
J221
F144
J221
A222
J221
F144
G722
F151
J314
H714
A221
A221
A221
G012
J141
H621
E216
J228
J221
J162
J228
J164
F145
Candy maker
Candy maker helper
Candy packer
Candy puller and roller
Candy wrapper
Candy-cutting machine tender
Candy-making machine tender
Candy-rolling machine operator
Candy-spinning machine operator food and beverage processing
Caner, custom furniture
Can-filling machine operator - fish
processing
Can-filling machine operator - food and
beverage processing
Can-forming machine operator
Canine-team member - police
Can-making machine operator
Can-making machine setter
Canned and bottled foods inspector
Canned goods cooker
Canned milk sterilizer
Canner, oysters - fish processing
Cannery foreman / woman - food
processing
Cannery labourer
Cannery labourer - fish processing
Cannery manager
Cannery packer
Cannery worker - food and beverage
processing
Canning machine operator
Canoe assembler
Canoe builder - arts and crafts
Canoe building inspector
Canoe camp operator
Canoe canvasser
Canoe repairer - arts and crafts
Canoeing guide
Canoeist
Cant loader - wood processing
Canteen driver
Canteen manager
Canteen service district manager
Canteen services manager
Canteen supervisor
Canter operator - sawmill
Cantilever crane operator
Cantor
Canvas awning maker
Canvas canoe waterproofer
Canvas cutter - fabric products
manufacturing
Canvas goods assembler
Canvas goods inspector
Canvas goods maker
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F145
J161
F145
F145
F145
G111
J025
J228
G973
G973
J213
J213
J213
C047
C047
J175
I012
J217
J131
J131
J131
C171
A353
I171
C173
I171
I171
C173
C173
C173
C173
C173
G513
G513
G513
C173
F022
J212
B575
G983
G932
H832
H832
H731
A211
A211
G932
B575
J212
Canvas goods pattern designer and
patternmaker
Canvas goods sewing machine operator
Canvas layer-out - textile products
Canvas pattern designer
Canvas patternmaker
Canvas product sales representative
Canvas products manufacturing
foreman / woman
Canvas tent maker
Canvasser - retail
Canvassing agent
Capacitor assembler
Capacitor inspector
Capacitor-treating tank operator
Capacity planner, network
Capacity planning analyst
Capon grader - food and beverage
processing
Caponizing service contractor
Capping machine tender, dry cells electrical equipment manufacturing
Capsule filler - chemical processing
Capsule machine operator
Capsule machine operator - chemical
processing
Captain - air transport
Captain - Canadian Armed Forces
Captain, factory freezer trawler
Captain, ferryboat
Captain, fishing vessel
Captain, offshore fishing vessel
Captain, offshore rig
Captain, passenger ship
Captain, self-propelled barge
Captain, self-propelled drilling rig
Captain, ship
Captain waiter / waitress
Captain waiter / waitress - food and
beverage services
Captain waiter / waitress - formal
service
Captain - water transport
Caption editor
Car assembler
Car assignments clerk
Car attendant
Car care worker
Car checker, railway
Car checker - railway transport
Car controller - railway
Car dealer
Car dealership manager
Car detailer
Car dispatcher, coal mine
Car examiner - automobile assembly
293
Car
J212
H414
G983
A211
G211
H812
G983
H421
J226
G311
G211
G211
H414
H414
G621
H731
G211
G211
G932
J228
J314
G983
G732
G932
A361
G932
H832
J171
J196
H312
J131
J215
J214
J215
J145
I142
J145
J131
J124
J214
J182
J171
J171
J145
J153
J145
J319
J216
J216
J172
294
NOC-S 2006
Car inspector - automobile assembly
Car inspector - railway
Car jockey
Car leasing branch manager
Car leasing representative
Car loader, railway
Car lot attendant
Car mechanic
Car painter - manufacturing
Car park cashier
Car rental agent
Car rental clerk
Car repairer apprentice - railway
Car repairer - railway
Car repossessor
Car retarder operator - railway yard
Car sales representative - retail
Car salesperson - retail
Car scrubber
Car seat assembler
Car stacker - wood processing
Car storage attendant
Car supplier
Car wash attendant
Car wash manager
Car washer
Car weigher - railway
Caramel equipment operator
Carbide press tender
Carbide tool maker
Carbon black pelletizer
Carbon brush assembler
Carbon brush inspector
Carbon brush maker
Carbon coater operator
Carbon dioxide truck operator - oil field
services
Carbon paper cutter
Carbon paste mixer operator
Carbon planer tender - stone products
Carbon products inspector
Carbon tissue cylinder preparer printing
Carbonation equipment operator - food
and beverage processing
Carbonator - food and beverage
processing
Carbon-coating machine operator
Carbonizer tender - textile
manufacturing
Carbon-paper-making machine
operator
Carbon-rod-inserting machine feeder
Carburetor assembler
Carburetor assembly inspector
Carcass splitter - meat packing plant
J317
J317
J151
B513
H417
H417
H417
H417
J152
J151
G924
J016
H417
G211
J151
J151
J151
J145
J145
J145
J145
J145
J145
J151
D217
D217
D216
D217
D011
D112
D217
D216
D216
E024
J316
J151
H417
J151
J151
D011
D217
D112
D112
D011
D217
D217
D217
Carcass washer - food and beverage
processing
Carcass weigher - food and beverage
processing
Card feeder - textile manufacturing
Card filer
Card fixer
Card fixer - textile manufacturing
Card grinder
Card grinder - textile manufacturing
Card lacer - textiles
Card operator - textile manufacturing
Card reader
Card room supervisor - textiles
Card setter - textile manufacturing
Card shop clerk
Card stripper - textile manufacturing
Card tender
Card tender - textile manufacturing
Cardboard box gluer
Cardboard box maker - paper
converting
Cardboard box press operator
Cardboard maker, machine
Cardboard maker - paper converting
Cardboard-tube-winding machine
operator - paper converting
Carder - textile manufacturing
Cardiac catheterization technician
Cardiac catheterization technologist
Cardiac sonographer
Cardiac stress technologist
Cardiac surgeon
Cardiac surgery nurse
Cardiac technician
Cardiac ultrasound technician
Cardiac ultrasound technologist
Cardinal
Carding machine cleaner - textile
processing
Carding machine feeder - textile
manufacturing
Carding machine fixer - textile
manufacturing
Carding machine operator - textile
manufacturing
Carding machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Cardiologist
Cardiology instructor
Cardiology nurse
Cardiology nurse technician
Cardiology specialist
Cardiology supervisor
Cardiology technician
Cardiology technologist
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D217
D214
D214
D011
D011
D011
D214
D214
D214
D214
D214
D011
D217
D217
B522
F024
E131
E131
E213
E213
A331
E213
E213
A331
E213
E213
E131
E131
E213
A331
E213
G814
G933
G933
I016
G713
H737
B116
G714
G713
G714
G714
G714
H737
H017
H737
B571
Cardiology technologist - military
Cardiopulmonary technician
Cardiopulmonary technologist
Cardiothoracic surgeon
Cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon
Cardiovascular and thoracic surgery
specialist
Cardiovascular perfusion clinical
instructor
Cardiovascular perfusion instructor
Cardiovascular perfusion supervisor
Cardiovascular perfusion technologist
Cardiovascular perfusionist
Cardiovascular surgeon
Cardiovascular technician
Cardiovascular technologist
Card-tape converter operator
Career agent
Career and life management teacher
Career and technology studies teacher
Career coach
Career counsellor - except education
Career development and employment
district director - government services
Career development consultant
Career development counsellor
Career development director government services
Career development facilitator
Career development practitioner
Career education teacher
Career exploration teacher
Career group facilitator
Career information director government services
Career resource centre co-ordinator
Caregiver, babysitting
Caretaker, building
Caretaker, live-in
Caretaker, park
Cargo agent - airline
Cargo attendant, air transport
Cargo broker
Cargo customer service representative
Cargo customer service representative airline
Cargo customer service representative bus line
Cargo customer service representative marine shipping
Cargo customer service representative railway
Cargo handler - air transport
Cargo handling supervisor
Cargo loader - air transport
Cargo location clerk
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C162 Cargo surveyor
H016 Carhouse supervisor - railway
transportation
F141 Caricaturist
F033 Carillonneur
H414 Carman / woman
H822 Carman / woman helper
H414 Carman / woman inspector - railway
J311 Carnallite flux maker
G731 Carousel operator
H121 Carpenter
H121 Carpenter, bridges
H121 Carpenter, building additions
H121 Carpenter, concrete forms
H121 Carpenter, floor systems
H121 Carpenter, framing
H821 Carpenter helper
H121 Carpenter, houses
H121 Carpenter, interior finish
H121 Carpenter, interior systems
H121 Carpenter lead hand
H121 Carpenter, log homes
H121 Carpenter, maintenance
H121 Carpenter, manufactured houses
H121 Carpenter, mill
H121 Carpenter, mine
H121 Carpenter, plant
H121 Carpenter, prefabricated structures
H121 Carpenter, railway rolling stock
H121 Carpenter, renovation
H121 Carpenter, restoration
H121 Carpenter rough
H121 Carpenter, shipbuilding
H121 Carpenter, studio
H015 Carpenter supervisor
H015 Carpenter-contractor
H121 Carpenter-joiner
H015 Carpenters foreman / woman
H015 Carpentry contractor
H015 Carpentry foreman / woman
C164 Carpentry inspector
H121 Carpentry repairman / woman
H015 Carpentry supervisor
J161 Carpet binder
G932 Carpet cleaner
A361 Carpet cleaning service manager
G015 Carpet cleaning supervisor
J153 Carpet drying machine tender
J153 Carpet drying machine tender - textile
manufacturing
J154 Carpet inspector
H145 Carpet installer
H145 Carpet layer
H821 Carpet layer helper
H417 Carpet loom fixer - textile
manufacturing
295
Carpet
H417 Carpet loom setter - textile
manufacturing
H821 Carpet mechanics helper
J161 Carpet sewer
J197 Carpet tape machine tender
J152 Carpet weaver
J152 Carpet-tufting machine operator
J152 Carpet-weaving machine operator
G211 Car-rental counter representative
H812 Carrier operator, bulk materials
G631 Carry-on baggage inspector
G111 Cartage and storage salesperson
A373 Cartage company manager
C155 Cartographer
C155 Cartographic compiler
C155 Cartographic draftsman / woman
C031 Cartographic engineer
C155 Cartographic technician
C155 Cartographic technologist
J145 Carton assembler - paper converting
J317 Carton bander
J319 Carton filler
J145 Carton forming machine operator
J145 Carton gluer
J319 Carton labeller
J319 Carton marker
J317 Carton package stapler
J319 Carton stamper
J319 Carton wrapper
J314 Carton-forming machine feeder
H411 Carton-forming machine repairer
J145 Carton-making machine operator
J317 Carton-packaging machine tender food and beverage processing
F123 Cartoon background artist
F145 Cartoon embroidery enlarger
F141 Cartoon film artist
F141 Cartoonist
F141 Cartoonist sketch
J228 Cartridge assembler
J311 Cartridge flux maker
J228 Cartridge inspector
J312 Cartridge parts cleaner - explosives and
ammunition manufacturing
J196 Cartridge primers drop tester
J197 Cartridge-filler operator
J197 Cartridge-loader machine operator
F144 Carver
J124 Carver, granite
J193 Carver, machine - woodworking
J124 Carver, marble - concrete, clay and
stone forming
J124 Carver, monuments - stone products
F144 Carver, Native art
J193 Carver operator - woodworking
F144 Carver, totem poles
296
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J193
G015
J174
E212
J228
J319
J121
J319
F144
J223
E022
E022
E025
E025
D043
J319
J319
B318
J317
E022
J317
E022
E022
B531
B531
B412
G311
G311
G311
G311
G311
G311
G011
G311
J175
J171
J174
J174
J174
J317
J317
J317
J183
Carving machine operator woodworking
Carwash supervisor
Cascade blender - tobacco processing
Case aide - social services
Case assembler and finisher
Case filler
Case hardener - primary metal
processing
Case liner
Case maker, hand
Case maker, wood
Case management consultant - social
work
Case management social worker
Case management worker - corrections
Case manager - corrections
Case manager occupational therapist
Case marker
Case packer
Case review officer - immigration
Case stacker - food and beverage
processing
Case work consultant - social work
Caser - tobacco processing
Casework supervisor - social work
Caseworker - social work
Cash coupon clerk
Cash on delivery (COD) clerk
Cash receipts supervisor
Cashier
Cashier, casino
Cashier, currency exchange
Cashier, customer service
Cashier, hotel
Cashier, supermarket
Cashier supervisor - retail
Cashier-wrapper
Casing grader - food and beverage
processing
Casing machine operator - food and
beverage processing
Casing machine operator - tobacco
processing
Casing machine tender - tobacco
processing
Casing mixer - tobacco processing
Casing salter - food and beverage
processing
Casing shirrer - food and beverage
processing
Casing stripper - food and beverage
processing
Casing-in machine set-up operator printing
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J183
G311
G723
J193
J222
J223
J223
J319
J222
J223
J223
J223
J319
H511
D313
J124
J124
J124
J122
J197
J132
J124
J124
F024
F024
F031
J311
J311
J125
J311
J122
J122
J122
J121
J011
J011
J132
J311
J311
J125
J125
J311
D112
H831
C061
B113
B114
B114
D044
I011
H611
Casing-in machine tender - printing
Casino cashier
Casino gambling dealer
Cask maker
Casket assembler, wood
Casket frame assembler, wood
Casket inspector, wood
Casket liner
Casket maker, wood
Casket moulding setter, wood
Casket top frame fitter, wood
Casket top frame setter, wood
Casket trimmer
Casket upholsterer
Cast room technician
Caster, bricks and tiles - clay products
Caster, concrete mixer
Caster - concrete products
Caster, metal - foundry
Caster, ornamental designs
Caster - plastic manufacturing
Caster, pottery and porcelain ware
Caster, scagliola - stone products
Casting agent
Casting agent for extras
Casting director
Casting helper
Casting house labourer
Casting inspector
Casting machine helper
Casting machine operator
Casting machine operator - foundry
Casting machine operator, lead
Casting machine operator - primary
metal processing
Casting operations foreman / woman
Casting room foreman / woman
Casting room operator - plastic
manufacturing
Casting wheel operator helper
Castings cleaner - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Castings inspector - foundry
Castings tester - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Castings trimmer
Casual duty nurse
Casual worker - public works
Casualty actuary
Casualty insurance adjuster
Casualty insurance products
analyst-designer
Casualty underwriter - insurance
CAT (certified athletic therapist)
Cat breeder
Cat operator
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H611
G973
G111
B552
F141
G973
F011
F112
F112
J112
J313
J112
G412
G961
G513
A221
G012
H611
H611
H533
H412
J213
J311
J213
J121
J171
G133
A131
I013
I013
I013
I021
I021
I011
H217
H217
H217
H217
H217
H217
H821
H821
J221
J112
J142
J142
Cat skinner
Catalogue agent - retail
Catalogue agent - wholesale
Catalogue compiler
Catalogue illustrator
Catalogue sales agent - retail
Cataloguer - library
Cataloguer - museum
Cataloguer, museum objects
Catalyst operator, gasoline
Catalyst operator helper, gasoline
Catalytic cracking unit operator
Caterer cook
Caterer helper
Caterer waiter / waitress
Catering service manager
Catering supervisor
Caterpillar car operator
Caterpillar operator
Caterpillar servicer (except mechanic)
Caterpillar tractor repairer
Cathode coater - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Cathode loader
Cathode-ray-tube-processing
equipment setter
Cathode-stripping machine operator zinc electrolysis
Catsup maker
Cattle buyer
Cattle dealer
Cattle feedlot foreman / woman
Cattle herdsperson
Cattle ranch foreman / woman
Cattle ranch labourer
Cattle ranch worker
Cattle rancher
CATV (community antenna television)
installation technician telecommunications
CATV (community antenna television)
maintenance technician
CATV (community antenna television)
service installation technician telecommunications
CATV (community antenna television)
technician - cable television
CATV (community antenna television)
technician - telecommunications
CATV technician
Caulker - construction
Caulker, precast concrete
Caulker, wooden hulls - boat assembly
Caustic cell operator
Caustic plant operator
Causticizer operator
297
Causticizing
J142
D214
D223
H141
H141
E121
E121
H134
H134
F141
C021
J121
J112
J125
J013
J171
F033
F144
F033
J132
J132
J225
J132
J317
H216
C021
H216
H216
J131
J131
J131
C111
J131
H821
J319
J124
J124
H132
H132
H019
H821
H019
H821
H821
H812
298
Causticizing operator - pulp and paper
CCP (certified clinical perfusionist)
CDT (certified dental technician)
Cedar shakes shingler
Cedar shingler
CEGEP (general and vocational college)
teacher
CEGEP teacher
Ceiling installer
Ceiling system installer
Cell animator
Cell biologist
Cell operator - primary metal and
mineral processing
Cell room operator, chlor-alkali plant
Cell tester - primary metal processing
Cellar master
Cellarman / woman, winery - food and
beverage processing
Cellist
Cello maker
Cello teacher - private, conservatory or
studio lessons
Cellophane bag machine operator plastic manufacturing
Cellophane bag maker - plastic
manufacturing
Cellophane finisher - plastic
manufacturing
Cellophane making worker - plastic
manufacturing
Cellophaner - tobacco products
Cellular phone installer
Cellular physiologist
Cellular telephone installer
Cellular telephone technician
Cellulose film caster - chemical
processing
Cellulose film dry-end tender
Cellulose film rewinder
Cellulose film solutions tester
Cellulose film wet-end tender
Cement and concrete pump tender
Cement applicator - shoe
manufacturing
Cement block maker - concrete products
Cement block moulder - concrete
products
Cement finisher
Cement finisher apprentice
Cement finisher foreman / woman
Cement finisher helper
Cement finishing contractor
Cement gun nozzle operator
Cement gun operator
Cement loader and sacker
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J011
H132
H132
H132
H132
J121
H821
J121
J124
J124
J125
J124
J011
J011
H821
J121
H019
H711
I142
J121
J315
J319
I215
J319
I142
I142
J133
J225
J133
J315
J217
I142
I016
I212
A141
I212
B413
B413
B554
B413
B413
B413
B554
B554
B554
H413
Cement manufacturing supervisor
Cement mason
Cement mason apprentice
Cement mason, highways and streets
Cement mason, maintenance
Cement miller
Cement mixer operator - construction
Cement mixer - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Cement pipe shaper, machine - clay
products
Cement pipe shaper operator - concrete
products
Cement plant inspector
Cement polisher
Cement processing foreman / woman
Cement processing supervisor
Cement pump operator
Cement pumping tender
Cement smoother foreman / woman
Cement truck driver - construction
Cement truck driver - oil field services
Cementation equipment operator
Cementer, hand - rubber and plastic
products manufacturing
Cementer, hand - shoe manufacturing
Cementer helper, oil well
Cementer, knife parts - processing and
manufacturing
Cementer, oil field services
Cementer - oil field services
Cementer operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Cementer, plastics
Cementer - rubber products
manufacturing
Cementer, tire repair - rubber products
manufacturing
Cement-filling machine operator electrical equipment manufacturing
Cementing equipment operator - oil
field services
Cemetery foreman / woman
Cemetery labourer
Cemetery manager
Cemetery worker
Census area manager
Census area manager assistant
Census clerk
Census commissioner
Census commissioner assistant
Census district manager
Census enumerator
Census taker
Census worker
Central air conditioner installer
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H413
H413
H413
H413
H413
J111
J111
J111
J111
J111
H216
H216
H216
H216
D313
D313
D313
D313
D313
H222
C175
C175
H216
H216
H216
H216
H216
H222
A322
J197
J191
J191
J191
J191
J142
J122
Central air conditioner repairer
Central air conditioning installer
Central air conditioning mechanic
Central air conditioning repairer
Central air conditioning servicer
Central control caster
Central control caster - primary metal
processing
Central control operator - cement
manufacturing
Central control room operator
Central control room operator - primary
metal and mineral products processing
Central office repairer telecommunications
Central office technician
Central office technician telecommunications
Central office tester telecommunications
Central service room worker - hospital
Central supply aide
Central supply aide - medical
Central supply room supervisor hospital
Central supply room technician hospital
Central-control-room operator electrical power systems
Centralized traffic control (CTC)
operator - railway traffic
Centralized traffic controller - railway
traffic
Central-office equipment inspector telecommunications
Central-office equipment installer telecommunications
Central-office equipment maintainer telecommunications
Central-office equipment repairer telecommunications
Central-office frame servicer telecommunications
Central-office power control room
operator - electrical power systems
Centre assistant manager - hotel school
Centre winder, baseballs
Centreless cylindrical grinder set-up
operator
Centreless cylindrical-grinder operator
Centreless grinder operator
Centreless grinder set-up operator
Centri-cleaner tender - pulp and paper
Centrifugal casting machine operator
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J122
J153
J131
J171
J173
J153
J131
J317
J317
A015
A013
A016
A014
A016
A013
A015
A015
J226
F144
D223
D223
D223
D223
D223
J226
D223
J122
J122
J226
F144
J226
J226
H133
J124
H133
F012
Centrifugal casting machine tender foundry
Centrifugal extractor - textile
manufacturing
Centrifugal separator tender - chemical
processing
Centrifugal station tender - food and
beverage processing
Centrifuge machine tender - fish
processing
Centrifuge operator - textile
manufacturing
Centrifuge tender - chemical processing
Centrifuge tender - food and beverage
processing
Centrifuge tender - meat packing plant
CEO (chief executive officer), deputy trade, broadcasting and other services
CEO (chief executive officer) - financial,
communications and other business
services
CEO (chief executive officer) - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
CEO (chief executive officer) - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
CEO (chief executive officer) manufacturing company
CEO (chief executive officer) - telephone
company
CEO (chief executive officer) - trade,
broadcasting and other services
CEO (chief executive officer), travel
agency
Ceramic and enamel refinisher
Ceramic artist
Ceramic caster, dentures
Ceramic denture caster
Ceramic denture mechanic
Ceramic denture mechanic-moulder
Ceramic denture moulder
Ceramic enameler
Ceramic moulder, dentures
Ceramic mouldmaker
Ceramic mouldmaker - foundry
Ceramic painter
Ceramic potter
Ceramic spray painter
Ceramic sprayer
Ceramic tile installer
Ceramic tile press operator - concrete
products
Ceramic tilesetter
Ceramics and glass conservator
299
Ceramics
C042
F144
F144
I011
I011
J171
J171
J171
I011
I011
J171
J171
I011
J171
J171
J183
J183
H415
D044
D041
C144
D214
D311
D223
B021
G923
E031
E036
B011
D041
E031
F142
F025
D311
D232
E036
G713
G713
B011
B022
D233
D219
D219
F154
D219
D219
D232
E212
E212
D232
300
Ceramics engineer
Ceramics teacher (except education)
Ceramist
Cereal and oilseed grower
Cereal and oilseed producer
Cereal baker - food and beverage
processing
Cereal cleaner
Cereal cooker and extruder operator
Cereal farm manager
Cereal grower
Cereal maker - food and beverage
processing
Cereal oven tender
Cereal producer
Cereal-cleaning equipment operator
Cereal-coating operator
Cerlox binder operator
Cerlox binder operator - printing
Certified aircraft technician
Certified athletic therapist (CAT)
Certified audiologist
Certified avionics technician
Certified clinical perfusionist (CCP)
Certified dental assistant
Certified dental technician
Certified disability management
professional
Certified dog master
Certified ergonomist
Certified fitness appraiser
Certified general accountant (CGA)
Certified hearing aid audiologist
Certified industrial hygienist
Certified interior designer
Certified interpreter (C.Int.)
Certified intra-oral dental assistant
Certified iridologist
Certified kinesiologist
Certified load control agent - airline
Certified load planner - airline
Certified management accountant
(CMA)
Certified management consultant
Certified nursing assistant (CNA)
Certified orthotist (CO)
Certified pedorthist (C Ped)
Certified personal trainer
Certified prosthetist
Certified prosthetist-orthotist (CPO)
Certified reflexologist
Certified return-to-work co-ordinator disability management
Certified return-to-work facilitator disability management
Certified rolfer
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D232
E022
F025
F025
G932
A013
A014
A013
A016
A014
A015
A015
A016
B011
J133
J152
J314
J314
J196
H531
J228
J196
I161
I161
J196
J196
J316
J196
J196
J196
J196
H822
H821
J152
J314
J196
J222
J024
J222
J222
Certified rolfing movement teacher
Certified social worker
Certified terminologist (C.Term.)
Certified translator (C.Tr.)
Cesspool cleaner
CFO (chief financial officer) advertising agency
CFO (chief financial officer),
educational institution
CFO (chief financial officer) - financial,
communications and other business
services
CFO (chief financial officer) - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
CFO (chief financial officer) - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
CFO (chief financial officer),
professional sports club
CFO (chief financial officer) - trade,
broadcasting and other services
CFO (chief financial officer) - urban
transit system
CGA (certified general accountant)
Chafer builder
Chain builder - textiles
Chain conveyor tender - sawmill
Chain conveyor tender - wood
processing
Chain inspector
Chain link fence erector
Chain maker, hand - jewellery
manufacturing
Chain maker, machine
Chain saw operator
Chain saw operator - logging
Chain tester
Chain tester, machine
Chainer - textile processing
Chain-link fence machine operator
Chain-making machine feeder
Chain-making machine operator
Chain-making machine tender
Chainman / woman - land surveying
Chainman / woman, pile driving
Chainman / woman - textiles
Chainman / woman - wood processing
Chain-testing machine tender
Chair assembler
Chair assembly foreman / woman furniture and fixtures manufacturing
Chair caner - furniture manufacturing
Chair inspector - furniture
manufacturing
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J193
A011
A011
J319
J193
J222
J319
H511
A013
E111
E111
A012
A014
E111
E111
E111
A015
E111
A014
A014
A013
E111
E111
E111
A012
A014
A012
E111
E111
E111
A014
E111
Chair leveler - woodworking
Chair, metropolitan council
Chair, regional municipality
Chair sander
Chair seat planer tender
Chair seat weaver
Chair trimmer
Chair upholsterer
Chairman / woman - financial,
communications and other business
services
Chairman / woman, food sciences
department - university
Chairman / woman, geography
department - university
Chairman / woman - government
services
Chairman / woman - health, education,
social and community services and
membership organizations
Chairman / woman, linguistics
department - university
Chairman / woman, physics
department - university
Chairman / woman, theology
department - university
Chairman / woman - trade,
broadcasting and other services
Chairman / woman, visual arts
department - university
Chairperson, arts and culture
association
Chairperson, educators association
Chairperson - financial,
communications and other business
services
Chairperson, food sciences department
Chairperson, food sciences department
- university
Chairperson, geography department university
Chairperson - government services
Chairperson - health, education, social
and community services and
membership organizations
Chairperson, Human Rights
Commission
Chairperson, linguistics department university
Chairperson, physics department
Chairperson, physics department university
Chairperson, scientific association
Chairperson, theology department university
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A015 Chairperson - trade, broadcasting and
other services
E111 Chairperson, visual arts department university
J311 Chalk extruder
J311 Chalk moulder - mineral products
processing
A324 Chamber of Commerce administrator
G931 Chambermaid
J196 Chamfering and boring machine
operator - metal products
manufacturing
J196 Chamfering machine tender
E024 Chancellor
A014 Chancellor - education
E024 Chancellor - religion
J196 Chandelier maker
J225 Changer, plates - plastic manufacturing
J319 Channel closer - shoe manufacturing
J122 Channel furnace operator - foundry
J197 Channeler - footwear manufacturing
F032 Chansonnier
E024 Chaplain
E024 Chaplain - military
J317 Char filter helper - food and beverage
processing
J171 Char filter tender - food and beverage
processing
J317 Char kiln helper - food and beverage
processing
J171 Char kiln tender - food and beverage
processing
F141 Character animator
F036 Charcoal artist
J131 Charcoal burner
B531 Charge account audit clerk
B531 Charge account clerk
J121 Charge control operator
H416 Charge hand, machine fitters
H311 Charge hand, machine shop
B524 Charge operator - telephone system
D211 Charge technologist - autopsy services
D217 Charge technologist electrocardiography
J311 Charge weigher - primary metal
processing
J311 Charger, cupola - primary metal and
mineral processing
J217 Charger - electrical equipment
manufacturing
J311 Charger, furnace - primary metal
processing
J311 Charger helper - primary metal
processing
J228 Charger - jewellery manufacturing
301
Charger
J217
J228
J121
H216
J121
J217
A014
A014
B554
H736
H736
H736
H712
C171
B011
B011
A114
B115
B115
B012
D232
E021
A114
B116
G931
H514
I161
J213
J212
J212
J021
J212
J213
G924
H713
H022
H022
C171
I214
G731
C153
G981
J193
302
Charger operator - electrical equipment
manufacturing
Charger, thermometric systems
capillary tubes
Charging car operator
Charging equipment attendant telecommunications
Charging machine operator - mineral
and metal processing
Charging room operator - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Charitable organization director
Charitable organization executive
director
Chart clerk
Charter boat captain
Charter boat master
Charter boat operator
Charter bus driver
Charter pilot
Chartered accountant (CA)
Chartered accountant (CA) student
Chartered administrator - management
Chartered appraiser
Chartered business valuator (CBV)
Chartered financial analyst
Chartered herbalist
Chartered psychologist
Chartered secretary - management
Chartered ship broker
Charworker
Chaser, jewellery
Chaser - logging
Chassis assembler - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Chassis assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Chassis assembly inspector - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Chassis assembly supervisor - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Chassis inspector - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Chassis installer - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Chat line agent
Chauffeur, private household
Chauffeurs and taxi drivers supervisor
Chauffeurs supervisor
Check pilot
Check weigher, mine
Checker, attendance
Checker, drafting
Checker - laundry and dry cleaning
Checkerer, gunstocks
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J193
I181
G714
G713
G983
J171
J171
J317
J317
J175
J171
J171
J317
G411
G411
G411
G411
C111
C111
I212
C034
C034
C034
C034
C034
E111
C111
C111
C111
C111
C111
C111
J142
A123
J184
C013
J131
C011
J313
J131
H411
C111
C034
H411
H822
J112
C111
J112
J012
Checkerer, small arms
Checkerman / woman, fishing vessel
Check-in agent (except airline)
Check-in agent - airline
Checkroom attendant
Cheese blender - food and beverage
processing
Cheese cooker
Cheese cutter
Cheese factory worker
Cheese grader
Cheese grater
Cheese maker
Cheese maker helper
Chef
Chef de cuisine
Chef de partie
Chef pâtissier
Chemical analysis specialist
Chemical analyst
Chemical applicator - lawn care
Chemical engineer
Chemical engineer, design and
development
Chemical engineer, environmental
Chemical engineer, production
Chemical engineer, research
Chemical engineering professor university
Chemical engineering technician
Chemical engineering technologist
Chemical laboratory analyst
Chemical laboratory supervisor
Chemical laboratory technician
Chemical laboratory technologist
Chemical liquor preparation operator pulp and paper
Chemical manager
Chemical mixer - photographic
processing
Chemical oceanographer
Chemical operator, chemical-processing
Chemical physicist
Chemical plant labourer
Chemical plant machine operator
Chemical plant service mechanic
Chemical process analyst
Chemical process engineer
Chemical process equipment mechanic
Chemical process equipment mechanic
helper
Chemical process operator
Chemical process technologist
Chemical process unit operator
Chemical processing plant foreman /
woman
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Chemical processing quality control
technician
C111 Chemical processing quality control
technologist
J012 Chemical processing supervisor
C111 Chemical products quality control
technologist
J142 Chemical pulping plant operator - pulp
and paper
A123 Chemical research division manager
C111 Chemical research technician
C111 Chemical research technologist
J112 Chemical roaster
I142 Chemical services operator
I142 Chemical services operator - oil field
services
J142 Chemical solutions operator - pulp and
paper
C012 Chemical spectroscopist
C111 Chemical technician
C111 Chemical technician - heavy water plant
and nuclear generating station
C111 Chemical technician, NMR (nuclear
magnetic resonance)
C111 Chemical technician, nuclear magnetic
resonance (NMR)
C111 Chemical technologist
E121 Chemical technology teacher
I142 Chemical truck operator - oil field
services
J012 Chemical unit foreman / woman
H416 Chemical-processing machine builder
G121 Chemicals sales representative
C012 Chemist
E111 Chemistry professor - university
C012 Chemistry research scientist
C012 Chemistry researcher
C061 Chemistry statistician
E121 Chemistry teacher - agricultural school
E131 Chemistry teacher - secondary school
J142 Chemi-thermomechanical pulp (CTMP)
machine assistant operator
J113 Chemi-thermomechanical pulp (CTMP)
operator
J142 Chemi-wash operator - pulp and paper
J153 Chenille tender - textile manufacturing
B531 Cheque control clerk
F154 Chess instructor
J317 Chewing gum batch mixer
J317 Chewing gum supply worker
J171 Chewing-gum machine tender
I021 Chick sexer
I021 Chicken catcher
I011 Chicken farmer
J172 Chicken plucker
C111
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J171
J317
B011
A111
A123
A012
A012
A114
A343
A343
F141
C172
H016
D234
H016
C051
A341
A341
A334
A123
G133
G133
G011
C034
C031
A331
A112
A324
C123
A341
G621
A351
D216
A321
A012
F112
C153
A332
A332
A332
A012
C033
H012
D218
D218
Chicle centrifuge operator - food and
beverage processing
Chicle-grinder feeder - food and
beverage processing
Chief accountant
Chief, accounting and financial control
Chief actuary
Chief administrative officer government services
Chief administrative officer - regional
municipality
Chief, administrative services
Chief administrator, leisure
Chief administrator, recreation
Chief, advertising illustrator
Chief air traffic controller
Chief aircraft maintenance engineer
(AME)
Chief ambulance attendant
Chief AME (aircraft maintenance
engineer)
Chief architect
Chief, archives
Chief archivist
Chief, bilateral relations
Chief, biological research department
Chief buyer
Chief buyer - retail or wholesale
Chief canvasser - retail
Chief chemical engineer
Chief civil engineer
Chief, claims and benefits control employment insurance
Chief, classification and compensation
Chief clerk, House of Commons
Chief cruiser
Chief curator
Chief deputy sheriff
Chief detective - police
Chief diagnostic medical sonographer
Chief dietitian
Chief - disaster management
Chief display officer - museum
Chief draftsperson
Chief, economic analysis
Chief, economic analysis - government
services
Chief, economic policy analysis government services
Chief electoral officer
Chief electrical engineer
Chief electrician
Chief electroencephalograph
technologist
Chief electromyography (EMG)
technologist
303
Chief
C033 Chief electronics engineer
D218 Chief EMG (electromyography)
technologist
A112 Chief, employment equity
C174 Chief engineer, Coast Guard vessel
C045 Chief engineer, drilling and recovery
C033 Chief engineer - electric power
C174 Chief engineer, fishing vessel
C174 Chief engineer, mobile platform offshore drilling
C033 Chief engineer - radio and television
broadcasting
C174 Chief engineer, self-propelled drilling
rig
C174 Chief engineer - water transport
C134 Chief estimator - construction
A015 Chief executive officer (CEO), deputy trade, broadcasting and other services
A013 Chief executive officer (CEO) - financial,
communications and other business
services
A016 Chief executive officer (CEO) - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
A014 Chief executive officer (CEO) - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
A016 Chief executive officer (CEO) manufacturing company
A013 Chief executive officer (CEO) telephone company
A015 Chief executive officer (CEO) - trade,
broadcasting and other services
A015 Chief executive officer (CEO), travel
agency
F112 Chief exhibit officer - museum
A334 Chief, federal-provincial relations
A114 Chief, financial and administrative
services
A013 Chief financial officer (CFO) advertising agency
A014 Chief financial officer (CFO),
educational institution
A013 Chief financial officer (CFO) - financial,
communications and other business
services
A016 Chief financial officer (CFO) - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
A014 Chief financial officer (CFO) - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
A015 Chief financial officer (CFO),
professional sports club
304
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A015 Chief financial officer (CFO) - trade,
broadcasting and other services
A016 Chief financial officer (CFO) - urban
transit system
A352 Chief, fire department
A011 Chief, First Nations band
J111 Chief flotation operator
C171 Chief flying instructor
A332 Chief, forest resource analysis
A332 Chief, forest resource analysis government services
A331 Chief, health information and
promotion - government services
A331 Chief, health promotion - government
services
G511 Chief host / hostess - food services
A331 Chief, immigration appeals and
litigation - government services
A331 Chief, inquiries and services employment insurance
A351 Chief inspector - police
A334 Chief, intergovernmental affairs
A334 Chief, intergovernmental relations
A334 Chief, international relations government
A334 Chief, interprovincial relations
B311 Chief invigilator
E011 Chief justice
A331 Chief, labour demand analysis government services
A114 Chief, legal department
A341 Chief librarian
F126 Chief lighting technician
A141 Chief, maintenance support services
A114 Chief, management services division
C174 Chief marine engineer, factory freezer
trawler
C174 Chief marine engineer - water transport
C032 Chief mechanical engineer
A321 Chief of anatomical pathology
A321 Chief of anesthesia
A321 Chief of audiology and speech language
pathology
A321 Chief of biomedical engineering service
A321 Chief of cardiology
B021 Chief of compensation and human
resources information systems
A321 Chief of dermatology
A321 Chief of diagnostic imaging
A321 Chief of diagnostic radiology
A321 Chief of emergency medicine
A321 Chief of endocrinology
A321 Chief of gastro-enterology
A321 Chief of hematology
A321 Chief of housing activities
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A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A351
B314
A334
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A321
A331
C173
C173
C173
A112
A013
A013
A016
A014
A015
H222
H222
J112
J112
J112
J012
J112
J012
J111
D023
D214
Chief of infectious diseases
Chief of laboratory medicine
Chief of medical staff
Chief of medicine
Chief of nephrology
Chief of neurology
Chief of obstetrics and gynecology
Chief of occupational therapy
Chief of operating area
Chief of ophthalmology
Chief of pathology
Chief of pediatrics
Chief of pharmacy
Chief of physiotherapy
Chief of police
Chief of property management
Chief of protocol
Chief of psychiatry
Chief of psychology
Chief of radiation oncology
Chief of respirology
Chief of rheumatology
Chief of staff - hospital
Chief of surgery
Chief of urology
Chief, office of health promotion government services
Chief officer, Coast Guard vessel
Chief officer, ship
Chief officer, ship operations
Chief, official languages
Chief operating officer - engineering
firm
Chief operating officer - financial,
communications and other business
services
Chief operating officer - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
Chief operating officer - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
Chief operating officer - trade,
broadcasting and other services
Chief operator, area dispatch
Chief operator, area dispatch - electrical
power systems
Chief operator, batching process
Chief operator - chemical processing
Chief operator, continuous process
Chief operator, hydro-electric station
Chief operator, synthesis
Chief operator, water treatment
Chief operator - zinc pressure leach
Chief orthoptist
Chief perfusionist
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A112 Chief, personnel
C045 Chief petroleum engineer
G624 Chief petty officer - Canadian Armed
Forces
F121 Chief photographer
C171 Chief pilot
C171 Chief pilot - air transport
C171 Chief pilot, helicopter
F112 Chief preparator
F112 Chief preparator - museums and art
galleries
C034 Chief process engineer
A113 Chief, purchasing
D215 Chief radiographer
A321 Chief radiology technologist
D215 Chief radiotherapy technologist
C175 Chief rail traffic controller
A351 Chief, railway police
A331 Chief, regional pay centre - employment
insurance
A331 Chief, repayment and benefits control employment insurance
D214 Chief respiratory technologist
D214 Chief, respiratory therapy
C123 Chief scaler
G016 Chief security guard
G621 Chief sheriff
A331 Chief, social development programs government services
A331 Chief, social programs development government services
A112 Chief, staff relations
A112 Chief, staff training and development
A112 Chief, staffing
F126 Chief stage electrician
J012 Chief stationary engineer
A012 Chief statistician - government services
G712 Chief steward, ship
J012 Chief substation operator
A351 Chief superintendent
A351 Chief superintendent - police
A323 Chief superintendent - schools
J112 Chief technician, chemical processing
F126 Chief technician, lighting effects
D218 Chief technologist,
electroencephalograph
D218 Chief technologist, electromyography
(EMG)
D218 Chief technologist, EMG
(electromyography)
D215 Chief technologist, nuclear medicine
D215 Chief technologist, radiation therapy
D215 Chief technologist, radiography
B524 Chief telephone operator
C175 Chief train dispatcher
A112 Chief, training
305
Chief
G624
G513
E023
E023
E212
G812
G814
E039
E021
E215
D011
E034
A331
A324
A331
E022
E212
E034
G814
E121
E121
E034
E212
E217
E217
E217
E022
A324
G211
E023
G814
F011
G211
G211
J131
J131
J317
H131
G932
H131
H131
G932
G211
D232
D232
J314
J314
J141
J144
J314
306
NOC-S 2006
Chief warrant officer
Chief wine steward
Child and family counsellor
Child and youth counsellor
Child and youth worker
Child care attendant - elementary
school
Child caregiver - private home
Child health care programs planning
officer
Child psychologist
Child safety educator
Child specialist
Child welfare policy analyst
Child welfare regional manager government services
Child welfare services administrator
Child welfare services manager government services
Child welfare social worker
Child welfare worker
Child-care programs planning officer
Child-care provider - private home
Child-care service teacher
Child-care service teacher - college level
Child-care services liaison officer
Child-care worker (except day care)
Child-care worker assistant
Child-care worker, day care
Child-care worker - day care
Children’s aid investigator
Children’s aid society director
Children’s clothing sales clerk
Children’s counsellor
Children’s nurse - private households
Children’s services librarian
Children’s wear sales clerk
Children’s wear salesperson - retail
Chiller operator - chemical processing
Chiller tender - chemical processing
Chilling worker - food and beverage
processing
Chimney bricklayer
Chimney cleaner
Chimney repair bricklayer
Chimney repair stonemason
Chimney sweep
China and crystal salesperson - retail
Chinese medical practitioner
Chinese medicine doctor (CMD)
Chip bin attendant - wood processing
Chip dump operator - wood processing
Chip reclaim operator - sawmill
Chip screen tender - wood processing
Chip silo attendant - wood processing
J314
J144
J141
J312
J144
J144
J124
J312
J312
I151
I151
D023
D313
D313
D022
D313
D313
D022
D313
J312
J112
J012
J112
J171
J171
J171
J013
J171
J317
J317
J171
J013
J171
F032
F032
F032
I216
J213
I216
I216
J151
F032
F032
I021
F031
F033
F034
F032
E216
Chip storage attendant - wood
processing
Chip-mixing machine tender - wood
processing
Chip-N-Saw operator - sawmill
Chipper - metal products
manufacturing
Chipper operator
Chipper operator - wood processing
Chipper, pottery and porcelain
Chipper-grinder
Chipper-grinder - metal products
manufacturing
Chipping machine operator
Chipping machine operator - logging
Chiropodist
Chiropractic aide
Chiropractic assistant
Chiropractic doctor
Chiropractic health assistant
Chiropractic office assistant
Chiropractor
Chiropractor aide
Chisel grinder - metal products
manufacturing
Chlorination plant operator
Chlorine plant foreman / woman
Chlorine plant operator
Chocolate chips maker
Chocolate coater - food and beverage
processing
Chocolate crumbs maker
Chocolate factory foreman / woman
Chocolate moulder, machine
Chocolate packer, hand
Chocolate processing helper
Chocolate refiner
Chocolate refining foreman / woman
Chocolate temperer
Choir director
Choir leader
Choirmaster
Choke setter - logging
Choke winder - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Chokerman / woman
Chokerman / woman - logging
Chopping machine tender
Choral conductor
Choral director
Chore hand - agriculture
Choreographer
Chorister
Chorus dancer
Chorus master
Christian Science nurse - non-medical
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E216
I014
I022
I022
J227
F023
J171
J193
J193
J191
F151
F151
G933
F033
B211
E216
H821
H623
I131
I131
I141
I141
I214
J171
J171
J317
J317
J174
J174
J174
J174
J175
J174
J174
J174
J174
J174
J174
J317
J228
J174
J175
J228
J174
J174
J174
J317
J174
H411
J174
J175
Christian science practitioner
Christian science worker
Christmas tree farm operator
Christmas tree shearer
Christmas tree trimmer
Chromium plater
Chronicler
Chub sausage machine tender
Chucking and boring machine operator
- woodworking
Chucking machine operator woodworking
Chucking machine set-up operator
Chuckwagon driver
Chuckwagon racer - stampede
Church caretaker
Church organist
Church secretary
Church worker
Churn drill operator helper - water well
Churn drill operator - water well
drilling
Chute blaster
Chute blaster - underground mining
Chute loader - underground mining
Chute operator - underground mining
Chute puller
Cider maker
Cider plant worker
Cigar bander
Cigar brander
Cigar bunch maker
Cigar buncher
Cigar dryer
Cigar filler, mixer and shredder
Cigar grader
Cigar maker
Cigar maker, hand
Cigar maker, machine
Cigar moulder, hand
Cigar patcher
Cigar roller, hand
Cigar wrapper
Cigarette case maker
Cigarette filter machine tender
Cigarette grader
Cigarette holder maker
Cigarette machine tender
Cigarette maker
Cigarette maker operator
Cigarette packer
Cigarette roller
Cigarette shell-and-slide packet-making
machine adjuster
Cigarette stamper
Cigarette tester
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J174
G973
H411
J317
C041
J124
H131
H131
H621
F031
C061
C061
J213
J214
J214
J215
H433
C033
C141
B563
J152
J152
H523
J141
J124
J141
J193
D112
F111
B551
B552
A131
F132
F132
F127
F131
B317
E034
B318
J171
A012
A011
E012
A011
A011
F022
A012
A012
A331
A331
C053
Cigarette tipper
Cigarette vendor
Cigarette-making machine adjuster
Cigar-wrapping machine tender
CIM (computer integrated
manufacturing) engineer
Cinder block machine operator concrete products
Cinder block mason
Cinder block setter
Cinder crane operator
Cinematographer
Cipher expert
Cipher expert - military
Circuit board assembler
Circuit breaker assembler
Circuit breaker assembly tester
Circuit breaker fitter - industrial
electrical equipment
Circuit breaker mechanic
Circuit design engineer
Circuit designer - railway
Circular distributor - courier service
Circular knitter
Circular knitting machine knitter
Circular saw filer
Circular saw operator
Circular saw operator - concrete, clay
and stone products
Circular saw operator - sawmill
Circular saw operator - woodworking
Circulating nurse
Circulation assistant
Circulation clerk - library
Circulation clerk, newspaper
Circulation manager
Circus artist
Circus performer
Circus rigger
Circus ringmaster
Citizenship judge
Citizenship officer
Citizenship registration examiner
Citrus juice extractor
City administrator
City alderman
City attorney
City councillor
City councilman / woman
City editor
City hall clerk
City manager
City medical officer of health
City medical officer of health government services
City planner
307
City
City planner - land use
City solicitor
City superintendent
City surveyor
Civil aviation medical officer
Civil draftsperson
Civil emergency measures officer
Civil engineer
Civil engineering design technologist
Civil engineering division manager
Civil engineering professor - university
Civil engineering studies technologist
Civil engineering technician
Civil engineering technologist
Civil inspection engineer
Civil lawyer
Cladder
Cladding assembler - primary metal
processing
E012 Claim attorney
B553 Claim clerk, lost or damaged goods
B011 Claims accountant
B318 Claims adjudication officer employment insurance
B318 Claims adjudicator - employment
insurance
B113 Claims adjuster - insurance
B412 Claims adjusters supervisor
A331 Claims and benefits control chief employment insurance
B113 Claims approver - insurance
B553 Claims clerk - customer service
B534 Claims clerk - insurance
B535 Claims collector
B113 Claims consultant
B113 Claims examiner
B113 Claims examiner - insurance
B113 Claims investigator
B113 Claims investigator - insurance
B021 Claims manager - compensation and
benefits
B311 Claims officer
B318 Claims processing officer - immigration
B113 Claims representative
B113 Claims representative - insurance
B411 Claims service supervisor
G924 Clairvoyant
I213 Clam digger
I172 Clam dredge operator
I172 Clam fisherman / woman
J173 Clam shucker - fish processing
J173 Clam steamer - fish processing
J223 Clamp carrier
J319 Clamp remover - wood products
manufacturing
J182 Clamper - camera and platemaking
C053
E012
A012
C054
D012
C153
B311
C031
C131
A121
E111
C131
C131
C131
C031
E012
H531
J311
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Clamper - construction
Clamper, transformer assembly
Clamper, transformer assembly coils
Clamping machine tender woodworking
J173 Clam-shucking machine tender - fish
processing
J171 Clarifying equipment tender - food and
beverage processing
F034 Classical dance instructor
F034 Classical dancer
E131 Classical languages secondary school
teacher
E111 Classics professor - university
A112 Classification and compensation chief
B513 Classification clerk
B542 Classification clerk - human resources
B513 Classification clerk, records
E025 Classification counsellor - corrections
E025 Classification officer, correctional
institution
B021 Classification officer - human resources
B021 Classification policy adviser
B021 Classification specialist
G111 Classified ad salesperson
B552 Classified advertising clerk
B513 Classifier, health records
J311 Classifier helper - primary metal and
mineral products processing
F011 Classifier - library
J121 Classifier operator
B513 Classifier, records
J124 Clay dry press operator
J011 Clay, glass and stone furnace and kiln
operations foreman / woman
J011 Clay, glass and stone furnace and kiln
operators supervisor
J124 Clay insulator builder - clay products
F036 Clay modeller
J124 Clay pipe bender
J011 Clay preparation foreman / woman
J124 Clay press operator
J311 Clay press worker
J311 Clay products finisher
J125 Clay products grader
J124 Clay products machine operator
J011 Clay products manufacturing foreman
/ woman
J124 Clay products moulder
J124 Clay products moulder, hand
J124 Clay products polisher
J011 Clay shop foreman / woman
J124 Clay structure moulder and installer
J124 Clay temperer - clay products
J125 Clay tile grader - mineral products
processing
H821
J215
J215
J193
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J124
J124
G931
J173
J319
G981
G932
J311
G932
G932
J311
G932
G932
J313
G932
G932
G932
G933
G931
G933
J319
J197
G932
G981
G931
G931
J312
J312
J315
G933
J319
I021
J319
G931
G931
G932
G932
J311
J319
J313
G932
G932
J316
J315
G932
G932
G932
J226
Clayware driller
Clayware turner
Claywork moulder
Cleaner
Cleaner and cutter, fish - fish processing
Cleaner and finisher, upholstery
Cleaner and presser - laundry and dry
cleaning
Cleaner and repairer, venetian blinds
Cleaner, brick and tile kilns
Cleaner, building exteriors
Cleaner, carpets
Cleaner, castings - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Cleaner, chimneys
Cleaner, drain-roto
Cleaner, filter - chemical processing
Cleaner, fireplaces
Cleaner, freight cars
Cleaner, furnace
Cleaner, heavy duty
Cleaner, hospital
Cleaner, industrial plant
Cleaner, ink fountains - printing
Cleaner, jewellery
Cleaner, laboratory equipment
Cleaner - laundry and dry cleaning
Cleaner, light duty
Cleaner, lodge
Cleaner, metal - metal products
manufacturing
Cleaner, moulds - foundry
Cleaner, moulds - rubber products
manufacturing
Cleaner, plant
Cleaner, porcelain enamel products
Cleaner, poultry yard
Cleaner, processing equipment
Cleaner, rest rooms
Cleaner, rooms
Cleaner, rugs
Cleaner, septic tank
Cleaner, soaking pit bottom - primary
metal processing
Cleaner, spray booths
Cleaner, still - chemical processing
Cleaner, swimming pool
Cleaner, tank
Cleaner, textile machines
Cleaner, tires - rubber products
manufacturing
Cleaner, vehicle
Cleaner, ventilation system
Cleaner, window
Cleaner-coater, vehicles
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Clayware
J171
J174
G015
J131
G931
G981
G981
J197
G931
G973
A015
G111
G015
G931
J193
H522
G624
I162
I162
J193
E025
E024
B511
B411
B513
G211
G714
G714
G714
B573
B513
B543
B553
G211
B572
B534
G715
G715
B511
B514
B513
G715
G715
E211
A334
B551
B561
B561
B561
B561
B553
G211
Cleaner-dryer, grain - food and
beverage processing
Cleaning and classifying operator tobacco processing
Cleaning and maintenance supervisor
Cleaning compounds mixer
Cleaning lady
Cleaning machine operator
Cleaning machine operator - laundry
and dry cleaning
Cleaning machine tender, ultrasonic
Cleaning man / woman
Cleaning products salesperson door-to-door sales
Cleaning service general manager
Cleaning services sales representative
Cleaning supervisor
Clean-up crew worker
Clean-up sander - woodworking
Clearance diver
Clearance diving technician - military
Clearing saw operator
Clearing saw operator - forestry
Cleat notcher - woodworking
Clemency officer - corrections
Clergyman / woman
Clerical assistant
Clerical supervisor
Clerk, aircraft records
Clerk, bakery counter
Clerk, bookings (except airline)
Clerk, bookings - railway
Clerk, bookings - wholesale travel
Clerk, cable transfer
Clerk, classification
Clerk, court
Clerk, customer service
Clerk, deli counter
Clerk, eyeglasses
Clerk - financial sector
Clerk, front desk - hotel
Clerk, front office - hotel
Clerk, general office
Clerk, hospital admissions
Clerk, hospital records
Clerk, hotel
Clerk, hotel front desk
Clerk, law
Clerk - Legislative Assembly
Clerk, library
Clerk, mail
Clerk, mail distribution
Clerk, mail - railway transport
Clerk, mail room
Clerk, maintenance service
Clerk, meat counter
309
Clerk
B513
G715
B317
B317
B543
F153
A334
F153
F153
F153
B317
B317
A012
A334
A012
B561
B513
B513
B513
G714
G713
G714
G715
G714
G714
G211
G715
B561
G714
G972
B317
B514
B513
B543
B412
B511
B511
G811
B022
B553
G713
G714
C182
C113
C113
C113
C113
C014
H621
H621
D313
D112
D313
D041
310
NOC-S 2006
Clerk, meter records
Clerk, night - hotel
Clerk of probate
Clerk of proceedings - courts
Clerk of process - courts
Clerk of scales - racetrack
Clerk of the committee, Legislative
Assembly
Clerk of the course - harness racing
Clerk of the course - horseback racing
Clerk of the course - racetrack
Clerk of the court
Clerk of the Crown - courts
Clerk of the House of Commons
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly
Clerk of the Privy Council
Clerk, post office
Clerk, records
Clerk, records classification
Clerk, records management
Clerk, reservations (except airline)
Clerk, reservations - airline
Clerk, reservations - cruise line
Clerk, reservations - hotel
Clerk, reservations - railway
Clerk, reservations - wholesale travel
Clerk, retail sales
Clerk, room - hotel
Clerk, shipping - railway transport
Clerk, stowage
Clerk, supermarket
Clerk, Supreme Court
Clerk switchboard operator
Clerk, technical records
Clerk-crier, court
Clerks supervisor - bank or financial
institution
Clerk-stenographer
Clerk-typist
Client care attendant - home care
Client group supervisor
Client service clerk
Client service representative - airline
Client service representative - bus line
Client support representative - systems
Climate data processor
Climate service specialist
Climate service technician
Climatological technician
Climatologist
Climbing crane operator
Climbing tower crane operator
Clinic assistant - medical
Clinic nurse
Clinical assistant
Clinical audiologist
C048
C012
D215
D042
D042
D215
D215
E023
D032
D232
D011
D011
D011
D211
D214
D214
D215
D215
D215
D214
D313
D212
D211
A321
D112
D112
D032
D043
D043
D023
D011
D214
D214
D214
D031
D011
D042
D042
A123
E021
E039
E039
A321
E039
J319
J144
J153
B552
G983
J228
J228
J027
Clinical biomedical engineer
Clinical chemist
Clinical co-ordinator, nuclear medicine
Clinical co-ordinator, physical therapy
Clinical co-ordinator, physiotherapy
Clinical co-ordinator, radiation therapy
Clinical co-ordinator, radiography
Clinical counsellor
Clinical dietitian
Clinical hypnotherapist
Clinical immunologist
Clinical immunologist-allergist
Clinical immunology and allergy
specialist
Clinical immunology technologist
Clinical instructor, cardiovascular
perfusion
Clinical instructor, clinical perfusion
Clinical instructor, nuclear medicine
Clinical instructor, radiation therapy
Clinical instructor, radiography
Clinical instructor, respiratory therapy
Clinical laboratory helper
Clinical laboratory technician
Clinical laboratory technologist
Clinical medicine, director of
Clinical nurse
Clinical nurse specialist
Clinical nutritionist
Clinical occupational therapist
Clinical occupational therapy specialist
Clinical orthoptist
Clinical pathologist
Clinical perfusion clinical instructor
Clinical perfusion supervisor
Clinical perfusionist
Clinical pharmacist
Clinical pharmacologist
Clinical physical therapist
Clinical physiotherapist
Clinical projects manager
Clinical psychologist
Clinical research associate
Clinical research program manager
Clinical services manager
Clinical trials co-ordinator
Clip-loading machine feeder
Clipper operator - wood processing
Clipping machine tender
Clipping marker
Cloakroom attendant
Clock and timer movement automated
line assembler
Clock and watch assembler
Clock and watch assembly foreman /
woman
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J228
J027
J027
J027
J228
J228
J228
J027
J228
J228
J228
J228
J228
J228
J228
J228
H514
H514
G211
J228
J228
F153
H514
H514
J228
C142
C164
J161
J161
J319
J153
J316
J162
J319
J153
J153
J154
J153
J316
J154
J154
J319
J154
J161
J153
J153
J316
J153
J152
J154
J153
J153
Clock and watch assembly inspector
Clock and watch assembly repairers
foreman / woman
Clock and watch assembly repairers
supervisor
Clock and watch assembly supervisor
Clock and watch dial installer
Clock and watch finisher
Clock and watch hairspring truer
Clock and watch inspection foreman /
woman
Clock and watch movements tester
Clock assembler
Clock assembly adjuster
Clock balance wheel assembler
Clock finisher
Clock hairspring calibrator
Clock hairspring maker
Clock part die casting assembler
Clock repairer
Clock repairman / woman
Clock shop clerk
Clock spring assembler
Clock staker
Clocker, racetrack
Clockmaker
Clockmaker - jewellery manufacturing
Clockmaker - manufacturing
Closed circuit television installer
Closed circuit TV sewer inspector
Closer - sewing
Closer sewing machine operator
Cloth baler - textiles
Cloth bleacher
Cloth carrier
Cloth cutter - fabric products
manufacturing
Cloth cutter, hand
Cloth dryer
Cloth dyer
Cloth examiner
Cloth finisher
Cloth folder, hand
Cloth grader
Cloth inspector
Cloth layer - garment manufacturing
Cloth measurer
Cloth mender
Cloth mercerizer operator
Cloth neutralizer
Cloth offbearer
Cloth printer
Cloth ribber
Cloth sampler
Cloth shade maker
Cloth shader
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J153
J154
J153
J153
J154
J316
J153
J152
J316
J153
J162
J153
J153
J214
G982
J153
G133
J162
J162
E121
F143
A391
J164
G982
J025
J319
A113
A113
G211
G211
A211
J154
J153
J153
J153
J153
J153
F132
G513
G731
G016
J216
J216
J216
J216
J216
B011
D232
Cloth shrinker
Cloth sorter
Cloth steamer
Cloth stretcher-dryer tender
Cloth tester
Cloth turner
Cloth washer - textile manufacturing
Cloth weaver
Cloth winder
Cloth-bleaching range tender
Cloth-cutting machine operator - fabric
products manufacturing
Cloth-doubling machine operator
Cloth-dyeing range tender
Clothes dryer assembler, electric
Clothes presser - laundry and dry
cleaning
Cloth-finishing range operator
Clothing buyer
Clothing cutter
Clothing cutter - clothing
manufacturing
Clothing design teacher
Clothing designer
Clothing factory manager
Clothing inspector
Clothing ironer - laundry and dry
cleaning
Clothing manufacturing foreman /
woman
Clothing plant labourer
Clothing purchasing director
Clothing purchasing manager
Clothing salesperson
Clothing salesperson - retail
Clothing store manager
Cloth-measuring machine tender
Cloth-neutralizing and cloth-rinsing
machine operator
Cloth-printing machine helper
Cloth-printing machine tender
Cloth-printing roller changer
Cloth-processing range tender
Clown
Club car attendant
Clubhouse attendant
Clubhouse attendants supervisor
Clutch assembler
Clutch assembly inspector, motor
vehicles
Clutch inspector
Clutch preassembler
Clutch rebuilder
CMA (certified management
accountant)
CMD (Chinese medicine doctor)
311
CMHC
CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing
Corporation) inspector
D233 CNA (certified nursing assistant)
J191 CNC (computer numerical control)
lathe operator - metal machining
J191 CNC (computer numerical control)
machining tool operator
H311 CNC (computer numerical control)
machinist
C133 CNC (computer numerical control)
Mastercam programmer
J191 CNC (computer numerical control)
profile mill operator
C133 CNC (computer numerical control)
programmer
J193 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
band saw operator
J194 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
brake press operator
J194 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
brake press set-up operator
J191 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
machine set-up operator - metal
machining
J191 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
machining centre operator
C133 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
technologist
J193 CNC (computer numerically controlled)
woodworking machine tool operator
J193 CNC band saw operator woodworking
C133 CNC / CMM (computer numerically
controlled coordinate measuring
machine) programmer
J191 CNC machining tool operator
D219 CO (certified orthotist)
F152 Coach
F152 Coach, amateur athletics team
F152 Coach, amateur sports team
F152 Coach, amateur track and field team
J216 Coach assembler - bus assembly
F152 Coach, athletics
F152 Coach, athletics team
F152 Coach, baseball
F152 Coach, baseball team
F152 Coach, basketball team
F152 Coach, bobsled
F152 Coach, bobsleigh
F152 Coach, figure skating
F152 Coach, football
F152 Coach, football team
F152 Coach, gymnastics
F152 Coach, hockey
F152 Coach, hockey team
C164
312
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Coach, junior hockey
Coach, lacrosse
Coach, lacrosse team
Coach, life skills
Coach, luge
Coach, national team
Coach, professional sports team
Coach, professional team
Coach, provincial team
Coach repairer, railway
Coach, ski
Coach, sports
Coach, swim
Coach, swimming
Coach, team of professional athletes
Coach, tennis
Coach, track and field
Coach, track and field athletes
Coach, track and field team
Coach, volleyball
Coagulator, plastics
Coal breaker
Coal conveyor operator
Coal conveyor operator - surface mining
Coal dumper
Coal furnace installer
Coal furnace installer-mechanic
Coal gas exhaust operator
Coal geologist
Coal handler
Coal hauler (except underground
mining)
I141 Coal hauler - underground mining
H812 Coal loader-unloader
B575 Coal mine car dispatcher
I121 Coal mine foreman / woman
I131 Coal miner
C042 Coal preparation consulting engineer
I214 Coal sampler
J121 Coal screener
J121 Coal separator
J112 Coal tar distiller
J121 Coal washer
H812 Coal wheeler
J011 Coal-and-coke crushing and grinding
foreman / woman
H812 Coal-moving equipment operator
J121 Coarse salt equipment operator
C174 Coast Guard vessel chief engineer
C173 Coast Guard vessel commanding officer
C174 Coast Guard vessel first watchkeeping
engineer
C173 Coast Guard vessel first watchkeeping
officer
C174 Coast Guard vessel marine engineer
officer
F152
F152
F152
E212
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
H414
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
F152
J132
J121
H812
H812
H812
H431
H431
J112
C013
H812
H711
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Coast Guard vessel navigation officer
Coast Guard vessel second engineer
Coast Guard vessel second officer
Coast Guard vessel second
watchkeeping engineer
C173 Coast Guard vessel second
watchkeeping officer
C174 Coast Guard vessel senior engineer
C174 Coast Guard vessel third engineer
C173 Coast Guard vessel third officer
C174 Coast Guard vessel third watchkeeping
engineer
C173 Coast Guard vessel third watchkeeping
officer
C031 Coastal engineer
G983 Coat and hat checker
J131 Coater, asphalt
J217 Coater - electrical equipment
manufacturing
J197 Coater operator, optical mirrors
J153 Coater operator - textile manufacturing
J197 Coater, optical elements non-prescription
J226 Coater, rustproof - motor vehicle
manufacturing
J153 Coater tender - textile manufacturing
J145 Coater-laminator - paper products
J226 Coater-painter, pipes
J153 Coating and embossing unit operator textile manufacturing
J131 Coating compounds mixer - chemical
processing
J226 Coating equipment operator
J227 Coating equipment operator - metal
plating
J313 Coating machine feeder - chemical
processing
J315 Coating machine feeder - plastic
products manufacturing
J315 Coating machine feeder - rubber
products manufacturing
J314 Coating machine helper
J131 Coating machine operator - chemical
processing
J217 Coating machine operator - electrical
equipment manufacturing
J226 Coating machine operator - industrial
painting and coating
J226 Coating machine operator, production
J153 Coating machine operator - textile
manufacturing
J131 Coating machine tender - chemical
processing
J226 Coating machine tender, pencils
C173
C174
C173
C174
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Coating machine tender - product
manufacturing
J153 Coating machine tender - textile
manufacturing
J226 Coating oven tender - manufacturing
J171 Coating pan operator - food and
beverage processing
J015 Coating room foreman / woman - pulp
and paper
J226 Coating tank dipper
C012 Coatings chemist
C034 Coatings engineer, chemical
J131 Coatings mixer - chemical processing
H513 Cobbler
G513 Cocktail waiter / waitress
J317 Cocoa bean cleaner
J317 Cocoa bean press-mill helper
J171 Cocoa bean roaster
J317 Cocoa bean roaster helper
J171 Cocoa bean-shelling machine tender
J171 Cocoa butter filterer
J171 Cocoa mill operator
J317 Cocoa powder mixer
J171 Cocoa-nib grinder
B531 COD (cash on delivery) clerk
B554 Coding clerk - statistics
J217 Coding machine tender - electrical
equipment manufacturing
J171 Coffee blender
J171 Coffee grinder
J214 Coffee maker assembler
J171 Coffee roaster
J013 Coffee roasting foreman / woman
J317 Coffee-blending machine feeder
J222 Coffin and casket fitter
J133 Cogger, rubber belts
E021 Cognitive psychologist
J214 Coil adjuster - electrical equipment
manufacturing
J213 Coil assembler - electronic equipment
manufacturing
J215 Coil assembler - industrial electrical
equipment
J311 Coil bander - primary metal processing
J215 Coil builder - industrial electrical
equipment
J215 Coil clamper, transformer assembly
H433 Coil connector repairer
J214 Coil finisher - electrical equipment
manufacturing
J215 Coil former - industrial electrical
equipment
J213 Coil inspector - electronic equipment
manufacturing
J215 Coil installer, motor and generator industrial electrical equipment
J226
313
Coil
Coil machine operator
Coil maker - industrial electrical
equipment
J215 Coil shaper - industrial electrical
equipment
J312 Coil spring grinder - metal products
manufacturing
J196 Coil spring machine tender
J214 Coil taper - electrical equipment
manufacturing
J215 Coil taper, hand - industrial electrical
equipment
H433 Coil winder and repairer
J215 Coil winder, transformer
J022 Coil winding foreman / woman electronics manufacturing
I142 Coiled tubing operator
I142 Coiled tubing operator - oil field
services
J196 Coiler, hot-wound springs
J196 Coiler - metal products manufacturing
J121 Coiler operator - primary metal
processing
J196 Coiler, springs
J196 Coiler, valve springs
J196 Coiling machine operator - metal
products manufacturing
J196 Coil-rewind machine tender
J213 Coil-winding machine operator electronic equipment manufacturing
J215 Coil-winding machine setter - industrial
electrical equipment
J214 Coil-winding machine tender automatic electrical equipment
J214 Coil-winding machine tender,
automatic - electrical equipment
manufacturing
A211 Coin dealer
G983 Coin laundry attendant
B531 Coin machine tender
J131 Coke by-products pump operator chemical processing
J121 Coke by-products pump operator primary metal processing
J121 Coke grinder
J125 Coke inspector - primary metal
processing
J311 Coke loader - primary metal processing
J121 Coke oven door operator
J311 Coke oven heater helper
J121 Coke oven operator
J011 Coke ovens foreman / woman
J111 Coke plant by-products operator
J125 Coke sampler and tester - primary
metal processing
J196
J215
314
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J121
J011
J011
J121
J192
J192
G411
J311
J111
H821
J192
J192
J193
J311
J311
J121
J121
B523
H832
A361
B523
J197
J183
J183
J319
J319
B524
G111
B535
B318
A312
A302
B535
B412
E211
A302
A302
B535
B318
E211
B412
H612
B318
F013
A111
B535
B021
B535
Coke screen tender
Coke screening foreman / woman
Coke screening foreman / woman mineral and metal processing
Coke-screen and coke-blender tender
Cold drawn operator
Cold drawn operator - metal forging
Cold foods chef
Cold mill feeder - primary metal
processing
Cold mill operator - primary metal
processing
Cold patcher, asphalt
Cold press operator
Cold press operator - metal forging
Cold press tender - woodworking
Cold roll catcher - primary metal
processing
Cold rolling mill feeder - primary metal
processing
Cold steel roller - steel production
Cold steel rolling mill operator
Cold-composition typographer
Cold-storage checker
Cold-storage manager
Cold-typesetting typographer
Collar and belt turner
Collating machine operator - printing
Collator and gluer, machine - printing
Collator tender - printing
Collator-inserter tender - printing
Collect call operator - telephone system
Collection agency sales representative
Collection agent (except taxation)
Collection agent - government services
Collection and delivery operations
manager - postal service
Collection centre manager
Collection clerk
Collection clerks supervisor
Collection legal assistant
Collection manager
Collection manager - bank or trust
company
Collection officer (except taxation)
Collection officer - taxation
Collection paralegal
Collection supervisor
Collection truck driver
Collection unit head - government
services
Collections archivist
Collections department manager
Collections investigation officer
Collective agreement negotiator
Collector
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B535
I162
A014
E133
A322
E121
E112
E121
E121
A014
A323
A322
E121
E112
H422
A353
G921
J181
F141
J145
G921
J181
J182
J182
J184
J154
J131
J131
J154
J131
J153
J181
J181
J213
J182
J182
J182
J182
J182
J182
J182
F125
J131
J228
J182
Collector of taxes
Collector, seed cones
College chancellor
College counsellor
College director - post-secondary
education
College instructor
College laboratory assistant
College of applied arts and technology
instructor
College of applied arts and technology
teacher
College president
College principal - secondary level
College registrar
College teacher
College teaching assistant
Collision repair technician
Colonel
Colour analyst, fashion
Colour and large copier operator
Colour artist - cartoons
Colour card maker, machine
Colour consultant, fashion
Colour copier operator
Colour correction scanning machine
operator
Colour edition preparer - printing
Colour film analyzer - photographic
processing
Colour grader - textiles
Colour grinder tender - chemical
processing
Colour matcher - chemical processing
Colour matcher - textiles
Colour mixer, prints - chemical
processing
Colour mixer - textile manufacturing
Colour photocopier operator
Colour photocopy operator
Colour picture tube assembler
Colour printer-technician photographic processing
Colour scanner operator - printing
Colour separation assistant - scanning
Colour separation camera operator
Colour separation camera operator printing
Colour separation electronic scanning
machine operator
Colour separation operator
Colour timer - video
Colour weigher and mixer
Colour-card maker, hand
Colour-editing terminal operator printing
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J163
F141
F123
J153
J112
F023
F023
F023
F023
F023
H417
J228
H417
J153
J151
H216
H412
H326
I021
D212
D211
J314
J143
J151
J125
F035
F035
A353
C173
C173
C173
A351
C173
F023
F131
F023
E033
E131
E131
A131
G111
H413
H822
Colourer tender - hide and pelt
processing
Colourist - cartoons
Colourist, photography
Colourist - textile manufacturing
Column operator - chemical processing
Columnist
Columnist, entertainment
Columnist, fashion
Columnist, society
Columnist, sports
Comb fixer - textile manufacturing
Comb maker
Comb setter - textile manufacturing
Combed sliver dyer - textile
manufacturing
Comber - textile manufacturing
Combination man / woman telecommunications
Combination mechanic, heavy
equipment
Combination welder
Combine operator
Combined laboratory and x-ray
technician
Combined laboratory and x-ray
technologist
Combiner machine helper
Combiner machine operator - paper
mill
Combining and drawing machine
tender - textile manufacturing
Combustion tester, furnace - primary
metal processing
Comedian
Comic
Commander
Commanding officer, Coast Guard
vessel
Commanding officer, dredge
Commanding officer, offshore rig
Commanding officer - police
Commanding officer - water transport
Commentator
Commentator, fashion show
Commentator, radio
Commerce officer
Commerce subjects teacher - secondary
school
Commerce teacher, secondary school
Commercial accounts manager
Commercial agent - wholesale
Commercial air conditioning mechanic
Commercial air conditioning mechanic
helper
315
Commercial
C171 Commercial airline pilot
A332 Commercial analysis director government services
G121 Commercial and industrial equipment
and supplies sales representative technical wholesale
G111 Commercial and industrial equipment
and supplies sales representative wholesale (non-technical)
F131 Commercial announcer
E121 Commercial art instructor
E121 Commercial art teacher
F141 Commercial artist
A302 Commercial attaché
B112 Commercial banking accounts officer
A302 Commercial banking manager
H144 Commercial building painter
B314 Commercial building rental agent
A371 Commercial construction manager
H144 Commercial construction painter
F141 Commercial design artist
F141 Commercial designer
A312 Commercial development manager postal and courier services
E033 Commercial development officer government
H522 Commercial diver
C153 Commercial draftsperson
H522 Commercial free-diver
E211 Commercial law clerk
E211 Commercial law legal assistant
E012 Commercial law notary
E211 Commercial law paralegal
B212 Commercial law secretary
E012 Commercial lawyer
A302 Commercial mortgages accounts
manager
A302 Commercial mortgages manager
A131 Commercial network development
manager
F121 Commercial photographer
C171 Commercial pilot
H521 Commercial press operator
B314 Commercial property manager
G132 Commercial real estate agent
G132 Commercial real estate salesperson
H413 Commercial refrigeration mechanic
J214 Commercial refrigerator assembler
E033 Commercial research analyst
G111 Commercial salesperson - wholesale
H522 Commercial scuba diver
G625 Commercial security officers supervisor
J161 Commercial sewing machine operator
H531 Commercial sign erector
H531 Commercial sign installer
H522 Commercial skin diver
316
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E121
H421
H421
G623
H421
G111
B114
E121
G623
G713
G712
G513
G111
A301
F153
G631
G631
C054
A353
G211
A012
B317
A012
A012
B317
A011
B312
A301
B013
B013
A353
D235
D235
B411
F141
D235
D235
H216
G121
H215
G612
A122
H215
H216
F024
C033
F024
Commercial subjects teacher vocational institute
Commercial trailer mechanic
Commercial trailer technician
Commercial transport inspector
Commercial transport vehicle mechanic
Commercial traveller - wholesale
Commercial underwriter - insurance
Commercial vehicle driver instructor
Commercial vehicle enforcement officer
Commissary agent - airline
Commissary attendant - air transport
Commissary waiter / waitress
Commission agent, livestock
Commission brokers manager investments
Commission steward - horse racing
Commissionaire
Commissionaire - security
Commissioned land surveyor
Commissioned officer - Canadian
Armed Forces
Commissioned salesperson - retail
Commissioner - government services
Commissioner of affidavits
Commissioner of inquiries
Commissioner of inquiries government services
Commissioner of marriages
Commissioner, territorial
Committee clerk
Commodities trading manager
Commodity broker
Commodity trader
Commodore
Communication aide - medical
Communication assistant - medical
Communication clerks supervisor
Communication designer
Communication disorders assistant
Communication disorders instructor
Communication electrician - network
craft
Communication equipment sales
representative
Communication line technician
Communication service firefighter
Communication systems design
manager
Communication technician construction
Communication technician, telephone
Communications adviser
Communications and electronics
engineer - military
Communications consultant
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A131 Communications director
A131 Communications director - sales and
marketing
H215 Communications electrician construction craft
H216 Communications electrician telecommunications
J213 Communications equipment assembler
J022 Communications equipment assembly
foreman / woman - electronics
manufacturing
C144 Communications equipment repairer avionics
F112 Communications equipment restoration
technician - museum
J022 Communications equipment testing
supervisor - electronics manufacturing
F024 Communications expert
H012 Communications foreman / woman
A131 Communications manager
A131 Communications manager, Internet
A131 Communications manager - public
relations
A311 Communications manager telecommunications
F024 Communications officer
E031 Communications policy researcher
C011 Communications research scientist
G624 Communications researcher - military
B311 Communications service co-ordinator
F024 Communications specialist
B575 Communications specialist dispatcher
E121 Communications teacher - college level
C141 Communications technologist
D235 Communicative disorders assistant
D235 Communicative disorders instructor
E212 Community and social services worker
C053 Community and urban planner
H217 Community antenna television (CATV)
installation technician telecommunications
H217 Community antenna television (CATV)
maintenance technician
H217 Community antenna television (CATV)
service installation technician telecommunications
H217 Community antenna television (CATV)
technician - cable television
H217 Community antenna television (CATV)
technician - telecommunications
A324 Community arts co-ordinator
D041 Community audiologist
E025 Community case manager officer corrections
E212 Community centre co-ordinator
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A324
A324
E212
A322
E121
A014
A322
E121
E212
D222
E033
E212
D032
E033
A332
E033
D112
D011
D212
F024
F025
E212
D011
D011
E023
E212
F112
D032
D043
E212
E034
D031
C053
A331
E121
G611
E034
D043
D012
A324
E021
E036
E036
E036
C053
Community centre director
Community centre manager
Community centre worker
Community college dean
Community college instructor
Community college president
Community college registrar
Community college teacher
Community counsellor - social services
Community dental hygienist
Community development consultant
Community development worker
Community dietitian
Community economic development
consultant
Community economic development
director - government services
Community economic development
officer
Community health nurse
Community health physician
Community health technician - medical
laboratory
Community information officer
Community interpreter
Community liaison worker
Community medicine physician
Community medicine specialist
Community mental health counsellor
Community mental health worker
Community museum technician
Community nutritionist
Community occupational therapist
Community organization worker
Community organizer
Community pharmacist
Community planner
Community planning director government services
Community planning teacher - college
level
Community police officer
Community policing program
consultant
Community practice occupational
therapist
Community preventive medicine
physician
Community programs director
Community psychologist
Community recreation and leisure
consultant
Community recreation and leisure
counsellor
Community recreation co-ordinator
Community recreation planner
317
Community
E036
E036
A331
E212
G611
G611
A323
E212
A324
G611
E212
E034
D041
E131
E131
E212
E121
J215
J215
J214
J225
J228
J213
J213
G211
G811
D014
H713
D012
E121
G973
J228
H822
B553
B021
B021
B021
A112
B021
B021
B021
F153
B552
318
Community recreational and leisure
programs consultant
Community recreational and leisure
programs counsellor
Community rehabilitation manager government services
Community rehabilitation worker
Community relations officer
Community relations officer - police
Community school principal
Community service worker
Community services director
Community services officer - police
Community services officer - social
services
Community social development officer
Community speech-language
pathologist
Community teacher, Aboriginal school secondary school
Community teacher, Native school secondary school
Community worker
Community-based trainer
Commutator assembler
Commutator assembler - industrial
electrical equipment
Compact disc assembler
Compact disc inspector - plastic
products manufacturing
Compact disc matrix inspector
Compact disc player assembler
Compact disc player inspector and
tester
Compact disc sales clerk
Companion
Companion animal veterinarian
Company chauffeur
Company physician
Company trainer
Comparison shopper
Compass assembler
Compassman / woman - land
surveying
Compensation agent
Compensation and benefits
co-ordinator
Compensation and classification analyst
Compensation consultant
Compensation manager
Compensation officer
Compensation research analyst
Compensation researcher-analyst
Competitive sports judge
Compiler
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H216 Complaint service technician telecommunications
B553 Complaints adjuster
B553 Complaints clerk - customer service
B524 Complaints clerk - telephone system
C164 Compliance inspector - buildings
J213 Component inserting machine operator
J213 Component inspector - electronic
equipment manufacturing
J213 Components assembler - electronic
equipment manufacturing
F032 Composer
H018 Composing foreman / woman printing
B523 Composing machine operator, Linotype
B523 Composing machine operator typesetting
B552 Composing room proofreader
H018 Composing room supervisor - printing
H415 Composite and sheet metal repairer,
aircraft
H415 Composite repair technician
H145 Composition floor layer
J131 Composition mixer - chemical
processing
H141 Composition roofer
B523 Compositor - typesetting
H018 Compositors foreman / woman printing
H018 Compositors supervisor - printing
B523 Compositor-typographer
J131 Compounder - chemical processing
J131 Compounder, latex
J132 Compounder, plastics
J132 Compounder, plastics and plastic
products
J014 Compounding foreman / woman rubber and plastic manufacturing
J228 Compressed air and gas regulator
assembler
H411 Compressed gas plant maintenance
mechanic
J313 Compressed gas plant worker
C111 Compressed gases tester
J132 Compression moulder - plastic
manufacturing
J014 Compression moulding foreman /
woman - rubber and products
manufacturing
H416 Compressor fitter
J112 Compressor operator, gas processing
J112 Compressor operator, natural gas
J012 Compressor station foreman / woman
A392 Compressor station manager
J112 Compressor station operator - pipelines
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A012
C071
A122
F141
C074
C073
A122
G121
B011
C141
C071
A122
A122
A333
C047
C047
C142
B522
C142
G121
C142
A122
C142
C074
F123
F123
F141
F123
C047
C141
C141
C182
C182
C141
C041
A122
C181
C181
A122
H311
C133
J193
J191
J191
Comptroller general of Canada
Computer analyst
Computer and related services manager
Computer animator
Computer application programmer
Computer applications engineer
Computer applications manager
Computer applications sales engineer
Computer audit specialist
Computer communications technician
Computer consultant
Computer department co-ordinator
Computer development division head
Computer education director
Computer engineer
Computer engineer (except software)
Computer equipment installer
Computer equipment operator
Computer equipment repairer
Computer equipment sales specialist
Computer equipment technician household and business equipment
Computer facility manager
Computer field service technician
Computer game developer
Computer graphics design technician
Computer graphics operator
Computer graphics specialist
Computer graphics technician
Computer hardware engineer
Computer hardware specialist
Computer hardware technologist
Computer help desk representative systems
Computer help desk supervisor
Computer inspector-tester
Computer integrated manufacturing
(CIM) engineer
Computer manager
Computer network technician
Computer network technician
supervisor
Computer networks manager
Computer numerical control (CNC)
machinist
Computer numerical control (CNC)
Mastercam programmer
Computer numerically controlled
(CNC) band saw operator
Computer numerically controlled
(CNC) machine set-up operator - metal
machining
Computer numerically controlled
(CNC) machining centre operator
Comptroller
C133
C181
C181
C181
C181
B523
B523
A211
A211
C074
E121
A122
A122
C142
G211
E111
E121
F011
C142
G111
C071
A122
C073
G121
A122
G121
C071
C071
A122
C047
A122
C181
A322
E131
C073
C047
B522
E121
E121
E121
B523
C153
C153
C153
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Computer numerically controlled
coordinate measuring machine (CNC /
CMM) programmer
Computer operations supervisor
Computer operator
Computer operators supervisor
Computer peripheral equipment
operator
Computer photocompositor
Computer phototypesetter
Computer products dealer - retail
Computer products store manager
Computer programmer
Computer programming instructor college level
Computer programs manager
Computer projects manager
Computer repair technician
Computer salesperson - retail
Computer science professor - university
Computer science teacher - college level
Computer search librarian
Computer service technician
Computer services sales representative
Computer simulations analyst
Computer software design manager
Computer software engineer
Computer software sales representative
Computer system operations manager
Computer system sales representative
Computer systems analyst
Computer systems development
co-ordinator
Computer systems development
manager
Computer systems engineer
Computer systems manager
Computer tape librarian
Computer technology school director
Computer technology teacher secondary school
Computer telecommunications software
specialist
Computer telecommunications
specialist
Computer terminal operator
Computer trainer
Computer training instructor
Computer training representative
Computer typesetter
Computer-aided design (CAD)
specialist - drafting
Computer-aided design (CAD)
technologist
Computer-aided drafting (CAD)
technician
319
Computer-aided
B523
C153
C133
E121
C153
C153
J182
H311
E121
A122
J193
A122
A013
H411
J111
J011
F033
A211
A211
J171
G933
G933
B021
B021
B021
H019
H019
J121
J124
J124
H821
H131
H821
J124
C031
H132
H132
H821
H019
H019
J124
H821
H132
320
Computer-aided page maker-up
Computer-assisted design and drafting
technologist
Computer-assisted design /
computer-assisted manufacturing (CAD
/ CAM) programmer
Computer-assisted drafting (CAD)
instructor
Computer-assisted drafting (CAD)
technician
Computer-assisted electromechanical
design draftsperson
Computer-assisted letterer-engraver
Computer-assisted machinist
Computer-based trainer
Computerized information systems
manager
Computerized panel saw tender
Computerized technical information
manager
Computing services company president
Concentrating plant mechanic
Concentrator control room operator
Concentrator foreman / woman primary metal and mineral products
processing
Concert singer
Concession holder
Concession manager
Conche machine tender
Concierge, apartment building
Concierge, office building
Conciliation officer - employee relations
Conciliator
Conciliator - labour
Concrete and cement finishers foreman
/ woman
Concrete and cement finishing
contractor
Concrete batch plant operator - cement
manufacturing
Concrete block machine operator
Concrete block maker
Concrete block pourer
Concrete block setter
Concrete breaker
Concrete burial vault maker
Concrete engineer
Concrete finisher
Concrete finisher apprentice
Concrete finisher helper
Concrete finishers foreman / woman
Concrete finishing foreman / woman
Concrete fittings maker
Concrete float pourer
Concrete floor finisher
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H015 Concrete form builders foreman /
woman - carpentry
H821 Concrete former helper
H121 Concrete forms carpenter
H821 Concrete gun operator
J124 Concrete hydraulic press operator
H132 Concrete mason
J124 Concrete mixer caster
H821 Concrete mixer helper
J124 Concrete mixer operator - concrete
manufacturing
H821 Concrete mixer operator - construction
H821 Concrete mixer operator helper highway construction
J124 Concrete mixer-caster
J124 Concrete moulder
J124 Concrete operator - dry cast
J124 Concrete operator - wet cast
H132 Concrete patcher-finisher
H821 Concrete paver operator helper
H017 Concrete paving foreman / woman
H821 Concrete paving labourer
J124 Concrete pipe machine tender
J124 Concrete plant operator
J124 Concrete pole maker - concrete
products manufacturing
J124 Concrete pole moulder - concrete
products manufacturing
H132 Concrete polisher
H821 Concrete pourer - construction
J011 Concrete products foreman / woman
J125 Concrete products inspector
J124 Concrete products machine operator
J124 Concrete products moulder
G111 Concrete products salesperson wholesale
J125 Concrete products tester
H821 Concrete pump operator
J124 Concrete saw tender
J124 Concrete sawyer
H132 Concrete smoother-finisher
J124 Concrete spin caster
H821 Concrete spreader operator
H611 Concrete spreader operator - heavy
equipment
C131 Concrete technician
J124 Concrete vault maker
H821 Concrete vibrator operator, manual
H821 Concrete waterproofer - construction
H611 Concrete-grooving machine operator
H017 Concrete-laying gang foreman /
woman
H017 Concrete-paving labour gang foreman /
woman
H611 Concrete-paving machine operator
J124 Concrete-spinning machine operator
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J121
J213
J153
F032
F032
F032
F032
H722
H722
H722
H722
H722
H214
J171
J213
J145
J171
J121
J145
J151
J317
J171
J171
A211
J013
A211
G211
B316
A141
B316
A303
B022
F025
B316
B316
B316
J191
J214
F025
F112
F112
C124
C123
F112
F012
F012
Condenser setter - primary metal
processing
Condenser winder - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Conditioner tender - textile
manufacturing
Conductor
Conductor, band
Conductor, choral
Conductor, orchestra
Conductor, passenger train
Conductor, railway
Conductor - railway yard
Conductor - road freight
Conductor - switching yard
Conduit installer - electric power
systems
Cone and wafer machine tender
Cone assembler - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Cone former - paper converting
Cone maker - food and beverage
processing
Cone tender
Cone winder - paper converting
Cone winder - textile manufacturing
Confection labourer - food and
beverage processing
Confection syrup maker
Confectionery cooker
Confectionery department manager retail
Confectionery foreman / woman
Confectionery manager
Confectionery sales clerk
Conference and meeting planner
Conference centre manager
Conference co-ordinator
Conference development manager
Conference facilitator
Conference interpreter
Conference organizer
Conference planner
Conference services officer
Connecting rod borer
Connector assembler - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Consecutive interpreter
Conservation and restoration technician
Conservation area interpreter
Conservation officer
Conservation technician - forestry
Conservation technician - museums and
art galleries
Conservator
Conservator, art gallery
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F012
J213
J111
J171
G611
B312
B312
H211
A371
H622
H322
G412
G933
H121
C134
C134
H821
H621
H622
H211
H211
H821
H012
H012
H012
C031
C131
H412
H822
H611
H412
G121
C134
A371
C164
H017
A371
A016
A371
H821
C164
C164
H821
H821
H214
Conservator - art objects
Console assembler - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Console operator - cement
manufacturing
Console operator - food and beverage
processing
Constable
Constituency aid
Constituency assistant
Construction and maintenance
electrician
Construction assistant manager
Construction blaster
Construction boilermaker
Construction camp cook
Construction campsite attendant
Construction carpenter
Construction cost consultant
Construction cost estimator
Construction craft labourer
Construction crane operator
Construction driller
Construction electrician
Construction electrician apprentice
Construction electrician helper
Construction electricians and repairers
foreman / woman
Construction electricians foreman /
woman
Construction electricians supervisor
Construction engineer
Construction engineering technician
Construction equipment mechanic
Construction equipment mechanic
helper
Construction equipment operator
Construction equipment repairman /
woman
Construction equipment sales
representative
Construction estimator
Construction expeditor
Construction field inspector
Construction gang foreman / woman
Construction general contractor
Construction general manager
Construction general superintendent
Construction helper
Construction inspector
Construction inspector and tester
Construction labourer
Construction labourer and helper
Construction lineman / woman electric power systems
321
Construction
H214 Construction lineman / woman electrical power line
J026 Construction machinery assembly
foreman / woman
A371 Construction manager
G121 Construction material sales
representative
H411 Construction millwright
A371 Construction operations manager
H144 Construction painter
H019 Construction painters foreman /
woman
H019 Construction painters supervisor
B541 Construction permits clerk
B573 Construction progress report clerk
A371 Construction project co-ordinator
C031 Construction project engineer
A371 Construction project manager
A371 Construction project superintendent
C131 Construction requirements writer
C164 Construction safety officer
B573 Construction schedule co-ordinator
A371 Construction senior project manager
H321 Construction sheet metal worker
H017 Construction site foreman / woman
A371 Construction site manager
A371 Construction site superintendent
A371 Construction special project manager
C131 Construction specifications writer
A371 Construction superintendent
I121 Construction supervisor - underground
mining and quarrying
C131 Construction technician
H215 Construction technician - cable
television
C131 Construction technician - civil
engineering
H215 Construction technician telecommunications
C131 Construction technologist
H821 Construction trades helper
H821 Construction worker
I141 Construction worker - mines
A012 Consul
E035 Consultant, adult education
B022 Consultant, advertising
D044 Consultant, art therapy
B022 Consultant, business
E036 Consultant, community recreation and
leisure
E036 Consultant, community recreational
and leisure programs
C134 Consultant, construction costs
G921 Consultant, corporate image
C071 Consultant, data processing
G924 Consultant, dating agency
322
NOC-S 2006
G924
D032
E039
E035
E035
E036
G921
G921
G921
G921
E036
E036
G922
E039
E039
E035
E039
B021
G921
C071
E039
B021
E036
E036
G921
B022
C071
E033
E039
E031
D112
D112
D032
B022
G921
G921
G921
D042
D042
G921
G921
E036
E036
E035
E034
E034
E034
E035
E036
E036
E036
Consultant, dating service
Consultant dietitian
Consultant, drug and alcohol abuse
Consultant, education
Consultant, education policies
Consultant, employee fitness
Consultant, etiquette
Consultant, fashion
Consultant, fashion and wardrobe
Consultant, fashion colours
Consultant, fitness
Consultant, geriatric recreational and
leisure activities
Consultant, hair replacement
Consultant, health care
Consultant, health care planning
Consultant, heritage languages
education
Consultant, home-care programs
Consultant, human resources
Consultant, image
Consultant, information technology (IT)
Consultant, labour force planning health sector
Consultant, labour relations
Consultant, leisure
Consultant, leisure activities
Consultant, make-up
Consultant, management
Consultant, management information
systems (MIS)
Consultant, marketing
Consultant, mental health programs
Consultant, natural and applied
sciences
Consultant nurse
Consultant, nursing
Consultant nutritionist
Consultant, organizational analysis
Consultant, personal image
Consultant, personal improvement
Consultant, personal wardrobe
Consultant physical therapist
Consultant physiotherapist
Consultant, professional image
Consultant, public speaking
Consultant, recreation
Consultant, recreational activities
Consultant, school subjects
Consultant, social policy
Consultant, social services
Consultant, social services planning
Consultant, special education
Consultant, sports
Consultant, sports and leisure
Consultant, sports and recreation
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C071
E035
E033
G711
G921
G921
G921
E036
C061
C023
C051
C031
C022
C013
C013
C041
C032
C043
C061
E034
E032
C162
A302
B112
A302
A324
B112
C152
G111
D231
D231
D231
D231
G111
J182
D112
C152
A391
J125
J317
F012
F012
C071
F127
H611
J111
J113
J121
Consultant, systems
Consultant, teaching
Consultant, tourism - government
Consultant, travel
Consultant, wardrobe
Consultant, wedding services
Consultant, weight loss
Consultant, youth recreational and
leisure activities
Consulting actuary
Consulting agrologist
Consulting architect
Consulting civil engineer
Consulting forester
Consulting geologist
Consulting geophysicist
Consulting industrial engineer
Consulting mechanical engineer
Consulting mining engineer
Consulting pension actuary
Consumer advisor
Consumer advisor - economics
Consumer affairs inspector
Consumer credit management trainee
Consumer credit officer
Consumer credit services manager
trainee
Consumer information director
Consumer loans officer
Consumer products designer
Consumer sales representative
Contact lens dispenser
Contact lens fitter
Contact lens practitioner
Contact lens technician
Contact person, recordings
Contact printer
Contagious disease transmission
prevention nurse
Container designer
Container manufacturing manager
Container tester, glass
Container washer, machine - food and
beverage processing
Contemporary art curator
Contemporary art museum curator
Contingency planner, information
systems
Continuity person - motion pictures and
broadcasting
Continuous bucket excavator operator
Continuous casting operator - primary
metal processing
Continuous digester operator - pulp
and paper
Continuous drossing operator
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J153
J153
J227
J183
I131
J133
J153
J113
J012
F132
J124
J193
J124
B315
B541
B534
E211
B411
E012
A113
B315
A113
B315
I012
H016
H016
H019
H019
H019
H015
H015
H019
H019
H014
H014
H019
H019
H019
H019
H012
H012
H012
H017
Continuous dyeing machine operator textile manufacturing
Continuous felt dryer operator - textile
manufacturing
Continuous galvanizing line operator
Continuous glue machine operator printing
Continuous mining machine operator
Continuous mixer operator - rubber
products manufacturing
Continuous press tender - textile
manufacturing
Continuous process cook - pulp and
paper
Continuous process foreman / woman chemical processing
Contortionist
Contour grinder, machine - concrete,
clay and stone products
Contour sander operator woodworking
Contour-grinding machine operator concrete, clay and stone products
Contract claims examiner
Contract clerk
Contract clerk - financial sector
Contract clerk - law
Contract clerks supervisor
Contract counsel
Contract director
Contract management officer
Contract manager
Contract negotiator
Contractor - agricultural service
Contractor, air conditioning
Contractor, air conditioning and
refrigeration
Contractor, asphalt roofing
Contractor, bricklaying
Contractor, bricklaying and masonry
Contractor, cabinetmaking
Contractor, carpentry
Contractor, cement finishing
Contractor, concrete and cement
finishing
Contractor, construction ironwork
Contractor, construction ironworking
Contractor, decorating
Contractor, drywall application
Contractor, drywalling
Contractor, eavestrough installation
Contractor, electrical installation
Contractor, electrical systems
Contractor, electrical wiring installation
Contractor, excavating
323
Contractor
H019
H019
I111
H019
H019
H016
H016
H016
H016
A372
A372
H019
H019
H019
H019
H014
I111
H019
H014
H019
H019
H019
H013
H019
H019
H019
H013
H016
A372
H019
H019
H019
H014
H014
H019
H019
I111
H014
H019
H014
H019
H012
H019
H019
H019
H017
H014
H017
H017
324
Contractor, fencing
Contractor, floor covering
Contractor, forest conservation
Contractor, glass installation and repair
Contractor, glazing
Contractor, heating and air conditioning
Contractor, heating and air conditioning
systems
Contractor, heating system installation
and repair
Contractor, heating systems
Contractor, home building
Contractor, home renovation
Contractor, hot water heater installation
Contractor, insulating
Contractor, insulation
Contractor, interlocking paving stones
Contractor, ironwork
Contractor, logging
Contractor, marble and terrazzo setting
Contractor, metalwork forming,
shaping and installing
Contractor, painting
Contractor, painting and wallpapering
Contractor, paperhanging
Contractor, pipefitting
Contractor, plastering
Contractor, plastering and drywall
application
Contractor, plastering and drywalling
Contractor, plumbing
Contractor, refrigeration
Contractor, residential homes
Contractor, roofing
Contractor, roofing (except sheet metal
roofs)
Contractor, septic systems
Contractor, sheet metal
Contractor, sheet metal roofing
Contractor, shingle roofing
Contractor, siding
Contractor, silviculture
Contractor, steel structure forming,
shaping and erecting
Contractor, stonemasonry
Contractor, structural steel erecting
Contractor, swimming pool installation
Contractor, telecommunications
Contractor, terrazzo finishing
Contractor, tile, terrazzo and marble
setting
Contractor, tilesetting
Contractor, water well drilling
Contractor, welding
Contractor, well digging
Contractor, well drilling
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Contractor, wood shingle roofing
Contractor-carpenter
Contractor-electrician
Contractor-floor coverer
Contractor-glazier
Contractor-plasterer
Contractor-polisher, terrazzo
Contractor-roofer (except metal roofs)
Contractors estimator
Contracts officer
Contributing editor
Control assembler, aircraft
Control board operator - telephone
system
C012 Control chemist
B522 Control clerk, data processing
B534 Control clerk - financial sector
B531 Control clerk - hotel and restaurant
B573 Control clerk, production
B573 Control officer, steel mill
F124 Control operator, broadcasting
J114 Control operator, paper machine
J113 Control operator, pulping - pulp and
paper
J111 Control operator, rolling mill - primary
metal processing
F124 Control operator, transmission studio
F124 Control operator, video transmission
studio
J215 Control panel assembler
J215 Control panel assembler - industrial
electrical equipment
J112 Control panel operator - chemical
processing
J215 Control panel technician - industrial
electrical equipment
C141 Control panels tester
F022 Control room editor - broadcasting
J111 Control room furnace operator - smelter
H222 Control room operator - electrical
power systems
J171 Control room operator - food and
beverage processing
I142 Control room operator - offshore
drilling
J111 Control room operator - primary metal
processing
J113 Control room operator - pulp and paper
H222 Control room operator, trainee electrical power systems
F124 Control room technician - broadcasting
C033 Control systems engineer
C141 Control systems tester
C143 Control technician, nuclear generating
station and heavy water plant
H019
H015
H012
H019
H019
H019
H019
H019
C134
B315
F022
J211
B524
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H731
A111
C172
C113
H731
A013
A111
C181
J112
J112
C175
H731
H022
H731
J027
G211
A211
B316
A141
B316
B316
B316
H222
J011
J212
E211
E211
H812
J014
H812
H812
J133
J314
H812
J311
J213
I141
H812
H812
J311
I141
Control tower operator - railway
Controller
Controller, air traffic
Controller, avalanche
Controller, cars - railway
Controller - financial, communications
and other business services
Controller - financial services
Controller, network
Controller - oil
Controller, oil movement
Controller, rail traffic
Controller, railway cars - railway yard
Controller, subway
Controller, tank cars - railway yard
Controlling and recording instruments
assembly foreman / woman
Convenience store clerk
Convenience store manager
Convention and special events planner
Convention centre manager
Convention co-ordinator
Convention planner
Convention planning services officer
Conversion substation operator electrical power systems
Converter foreman / woman - primary
metal and mineral products processing
Convertible top assembler - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Conveyance clerk
Conveyancer
Conveyor belt attendant
Conveyor belt foreman / woman rubber manufacturing
Conveyor belt operator (except
underground mines)
Conveyor belt patroller-controller
Conveyor belt splicer - rubber products
manufacturing
Conveyor cleaner - pulp and paper
Conveyor console operator
Conveyor labourer - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Conveyor line worker - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Conveyor operator
Conveyor operator, grain
Conveyor operator - material handling
(except underground mines)
Conveyor operator - primary metal and
mineral products processing
Conveyor operator - underground
mining
Control
J171
H411
H812
J174
J319
J228
I141
G622
G631
G412
G412
G412
G412
G412
G412
G412
G412
G412
J113
G412
G412
J171
G412
G961
G961
J171
J131
J171
J171
J171
J175
A361
J113
E132
E131
J142
G961
G961
J318
J225
J174
J121
J171
H221
J214
E217
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Conveyor oven operator - food and
beverage processing
Conveyor repairer
Conveyor tender - material handling
(except underground mines)
Conveyor tender - tobacco processing
Conveyor washer tender
Conveyor wire belt builder
Conveyorman / woman - underground
mining
Convict guard
Convoy guard
Cook
Cook, apprentice
Cook, camp
Cook, domestic
Cook, ethnic foods
Cook, first
Cook, fishing and merchant vessel
Cook, institution
Cook, kosher foods
Cook - pulp and paper
Cook, second
Cook, small establishment
Cook tank operator - food and beverage
processing
Cook, third
Cookee
Cookee, logging camp
Cooker, canned goods
Cooker - chemical processing
Cooker, meats - food and beverage
processing
Cooker, offal - food and beverage
processing
Cooker, process cheese
Cookie and cracker tester
Cooking school manager
Cooking systems operator - pulp and
paper
Cooking teacher - elementary school
Cooking teacher - secondary school
Cook’s first helper - pulp and paper
Cook’s helper
Cook’s helper, camp
Cooler operator - fish processing
Cooler shell assembler - plastic
products manufacturing
Cooler tender - tobacco processing
Cooling bed operator - steel mill
Cooling machine tender - food and
beverage processing
Cooling system operator
Cooling unit assembler - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Co-op day-care co-ordinator
325
Co-op
E133
J223
J027
J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
J319
J193
J193
E131
E131
J193
E036
A341
E036
J021
B311
E036
E212
B021
C071
B316
B316
E217
E217
B021
B021
A322
E036
B415
E036
E036
B021
D112
F024
B021
E036
E036
E036
E036
F024
E031
A341
E212
E036
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Co-op officer
Cooper
Cooper foreman / woman
Cooper header operator - wood
Cooper header - woodworking
Cooper operator - woodworking
Cooperage heading machine operator woodworking
Cooperage heading sawyer
Cooperage labourer
Cooperage setter-up - woodworking
Cooperage set-up man / woman woodworking
Cooperative education teacher
Cooperative learning teacher
Cooper’s head-saw operator woodworking
Co-ordinator, aquatic programs
Co-ordinator, art gallery
Co-ordinator, arts and crafts programs
Co-ordinator, assembly - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Co-ordinator, bilingual services
Co-ordinator, camp - sports and leisure
Co-ordinator, community centre
Co-ordinator, compensation and
benefits
Co-ordinator, computer systems
development
Co-ordinator, conferences
Co-ordinator, conventions
Co-ordinator, daycare
Co-ordinator, day-care co-op
Co-ordinator, employer-employee
relations
Co-ordinator, employment equity
Co-ordinator, field teaching
Co-ordinator, fitness
Co-ordinator, freight traffic
Co-ordinator, geriatric activities
Co-ordinator, geriatric recreational and
leisure activities
Co-ordinator, human resources
Co-ordinator, infection control - hospital
Co-ordinator, information service
Co-ordinator, labour relations
Co-ordinator, leisure
Co-ordinator, leisure activities programs
Co-ordinator, leisure programs
Co-ordinator, leisure services
Co-ordinator, media relations
Co-ordinator, municipal recycling
program
Co-ordinator, museum
Co-ordinator, Native centre
Co-ordinator, nautical activities
Co-ordinator, nautical programs
Co-ordinator, nursing
Co-ordinator, nursing unit
Co-ordinator of court services
Co-ordinator of nursing services
Co-ordinator of social work
Co-ordinator of technical services telecommunications
B311 Co-ordinator, office services
E036 Co-ordinator, pool activities
E036 Co-ordinator, pool - recreation
A391 Co-ordinator, production planning
E034 Co-ordinator, public rights
E036 Co-ordinator, recreation
E036 Co-ordinator, recreation services
E036 Co-ordinator, recreational activities
E036 Co-ordinator, recreational activities
programs
E036 Co-ordinator, recreational programs
B316 Co-ordinator, social events
E035 Co-ordinator, special education
B316 Co-ordinator, special events
A343 Co-ordinator, sport program
administrative
E036 Co-ordinator, sports
E036 Co-ordinator, sports activities
E036 Co-ordinator, sports programs
E036 Co-ordinator, sports programs - sports
and recreation
A112 Co-ordinator, staff training
B022 Co-ordinator, standards
E036 Co-ordinator, teen club programs
E033 Co-ordinator, tourism services government
E031 Co-ordinator, waste management
program
E034 Co-ordinator, women’s shelter program
B411 Co-ordinator, word processing service
E212 Co-ordinator, youth development
E036 Co-ordinator, youth recreational and
leisure activities program
J122 Cope and drag pinlift operator foundry
C171 Co-pilot
C171 Co-pilot - air transport
J121 Copper billet piercer
J121 Copper billet piercing mill operator
J122 Copper caster - foundry
J227 Copper coater - metal plating
J311 Copper dust-collector worker
J182 Copper engraver - camera and
platemaking
J121 Copper flotation operator
J111 Copper melter
J121 Copper ore slime treater
J182 Copper photoengraver
E036
D111
D111
B317
D111
E022
A311
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Copper plater
Copper refinery operator
Copper-briquetting machine operator
Copperplate engraver - artisan
Copperplate photoengraver
Coppersmith
Copy camera operator - photographic
processing
F022 Copy chief
B523 Copy cutter
F022 Copy editor
B552 Copy holder
J193 Copy lathe tender
B523 Copy marker - typesetting
F022 Copy preparer
B511 Copy room typist
B563 Copy runner - courier service
J181 Copy, staple and glue machine operator
F123 Copy stylist, graphic arts
B523 Copy stylist - typesetting
B523 Copy typist - typesetting
F032 Copyist - music
B552 Copy-reader, proofreader
E211 Copyright agent
A342 Copyright and royalties manager
B413 Copyright clearance supervisor
B541 Copyright clerk
A342 Copyright manager - publishing
F021 Copywriter
I161 Cordwood cutter
J215 Core assembler - industrial electrical
equipment
J214 Core builder, small transformers
J143 Core cutter and reamer
J145 Core cutter - paper converting
H622 Core drill operator - construction,
surface mining and quarrying
I131 Core driller
I131 Core driller - underground mining
J122 Core extruder - foundry
J125 Core inspector - foundry
J215 Core lapper, transformers
J144 Core layer - wood processing
J122 Core machine operator - foundry
J145 Core maker
J145 Core maker - paper converting
J319 Core mounter
J122 Core oven operator - foundry
J122 Core oven tender - foundry
J319 Core pipe extractor
J015 Core room foreman / woman - pulp
and paper
J311 Core room labourer - foundry
J122 Core room set-up man / woman foundry
J122 Core setter - foundry
J227
J111
J121
F144
J182
H321
J184
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Copper
J311
I214
J215
J125
J145
J122
I131
I131
J144
J122
J122
J011
J011
J011
J015
J122
J122
J145
I132
H143
J174
J228
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J171
J317
J228
G211
F033
D112
D112
Core shop labourer - foundry
Core splitter
Core stacker, transformers
Core tester - foundry
Core winder - paper converting
Core-blower machine operator foundry
Core-drill operator
Core-drill operator - underground
mining
Core-laying machine tender - wood
processing
Coremaker - foundry
Coremaker, machine - foundry
Coremaking foreman / woman
Coremaking foreman / woman foundry
Coremaking foreman / woman mineral processing
Coremaking foreman / woman - paper
converting
Coremaking machine operator foundry
Core-sand-mixer - foundry
Core-winding machine operator - paper
converting
Coring operator - oil field services
Cork insulation installer
Cork tipper, cigarettes
Corks and bottle caps inspector
Corn chips cooker
Corn cooker - food and beverage
processing
Corn dough machine tender
Corn flakes roller - food and beverage
processing
Corn germ preparer - food and
beverage processing
Corn products presser - food and
beverage processing
Corn products pressman / woman food and beverage processing
Corn products starch presser
Corn products sugar crystallizer
operator
Corn sugar filter operator
Corn sugar refinery operator
Corn syrup cooler and decolourizer
Corn syrup maker
Corn syrup processing labourer
Corncob pipe assembler
Corner store clerk
Cornetist
Coronary intensive care nurse
Coronary unit nurse
327
Coroner
E039 Coroner
G624 Corporal (CPL) - Canadian Armed
Forces
A302 Corporate accounts manager - banking,
credit and investment
F013 Corporate archivist
A302 Corporate banking centre manager
A013 Corporate banking vice-president
A111 Corporate budgeting and analysis
manager
G411 Corporate chef
A013 Corporate controller - financial,
communications and other business
services
A016 Corporate controller - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
A014 Corporate controller - health, education,
social and community services and
membership organizations
A016 Corporate controller, logging company
A013 Corporate controller, mortgage
brokerage firm
A015 Corporate controller, restaurant chain
A014 Corporate controller, social services
institution
A015 Corporate controller - trade,
broadcasting and other services
E012 Corporate counsel
B022 Corporate development planning
adviser
E211 Corporate finance legal assistant
A111 Corporate financing manager
G921 Corporate image consultant
E211 Corporate law and litigation clerk
E211 Corporate law clerk
E211 Corporate law legal assistant
B212 Corporate law secretary
E012 Corporate notary (Quebec)
E211 Corporate paralegal
C171 Corporate pilot
B022 Corporate planner
A333 Corporate policy manager - education
E211 Corporate records legal assistant
A111 Corporate risk department manager
A131 Corporate sales manager
B312 Corporate secretary
E211 Corporate securities law clerk
G625 Corporate security officer
A373 Corporate traffic manager
A373 Corporate transportation manager
A302 Corporate trust services manager
C075 Corporate Webmaster
E012 Corporation lawyer
E211 Corporation paralegal
I013 Corral boss
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E034
E025
G622
A324
G622
G622
G622
G622
A324
G622
E034
A324
G622
A324
G622
A131
B552
B413
B513
B552
E121
E121
E121
E132
E131
F023
F023
C042
J227
J124
J145
J193
J145
J145
J194
J145
J145
J145
J194
J194
J314
D011
G922
Correction rehabilitation program
co-ordinator
Correctional centre caseworker
Correctional facility guard
Correctional institution director
Correctional institution guard
Correctional institution head matron
Correctional officer
Correctional officers supervisor
Correctional rehabilitation society
director
Correctional service officer
Correctional service policy consultant
Correctional services director
Correctional services unit supervisor
Correctional treatment and training
director
Corrections officer
Correspondence and public inquiries
manager
Correspondence clerk
Correspondence clerks supervisor
Correspondence filing clerk
Correspondence review clerk
Correspondence school instructor
Correspondence school tutor
Correspondence teacher - college level
Correspondence teacher - elementary
school
Correspondence teacher - secondary
school
Correspondent
Correspondent, newspaper
Corrosion engineer
Corrosion resistant metal sprayer
Corrugated asbestos board former
Corrugated box cutter - paper
converting
Corrugated fastener driver woodworking
Corrugating machine operator - paper
converting
Corrugating machine operator-cutter paper converting
Corrugation machine operator, sheet
metal
Corrugator operator
Corrugator operator - paper converting
Corrugator operator-cutter - paper
converting
Corrugator, sheet metal
Corrugator sheet metal operator
Corrugator-operator helper
Cosmetic surgeon
Cosmetician
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J131
G973
G973
G211
G922
C011
C011
B011
B531
B011
A342
B531
C041
C134
C133
B012
B412
B531
F143
F143
F126
F126
F126
F126
F126
J171
J151
J319
J311
J121
A011
A012
A011
A011
E012
E133
E023
E021
A324
A324
F154
E023
E036
E036
F154
E036
E213
E213
E213
E036
E133
Cosmetics and perfume maker
Cosmetics demonstrator - retail
Cosmetics salesperson - home sales
Cosmetics salesperson - retail
Cosmetologist
Cosmic ray physicist
Cosmologist
Cost accountant
Cost accounting clerk
Cost accounting supervisor
Cost and royalties manager - publishing
Cost clerk
Cost engineer
Cost estimator - construction
Cost estimator, manufacturing
Cost financial analyst
Cost supervisor
Costing clerk
Costume designer
Costume designer - exhibits and theatre
Costume maker
Costume supervisor
Costumer
Costumes co-ordinator
Costumier
Cottage cheese maker
Cotton ball machine tender
Cotton roll machine tender
Cottrell precipitator helper - primary
metal processing
Cottrell tender
Council member, First Nations band
Council secretary - government services
Councillor
Councilman / woman, city
Counsel
Counselling intern
Counselling program supervisor
Counselling psychologist
Counselling services director
Counselling services manager
Counsellor, camp
Counsellor, child and youth
Counsellor, community recreation and
leisure
Counsellor, community recreational and
leisure programs
Counsellor, day camp - recreation
Counsellor, employee fitness
Counsellor, employment
Counsellor, employment - government
services
Counsellor, employment group
Counsellor, fitness
Counsellor for Aboriginal students
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Cosmetics
E023
E036
E133
E213
E213
E036
E036
B112
E023
E213
G921
E023
E036
E036
E023
E213
E133
B014
E036
E036
E036
G711
G711
E213
E036
E012
E012
J228
G961
G961
G961
G961
G714
G211
G211
B561
G211
B572
G211
B553
G211
G714
G714
B572
G714
G714
G713
G611
G961
J191
Counsellor for persons who are
intellectually impaired
Counsellor, geriatric recreational and
leisure activities
Counsellor, guidance
Counsellor, job
Counsellor, job - government services
Counsellor, leisure
Counsellor, leisure activities
Counsellor, loans
Counsellor, marriage
Counsellor, outplacement
Counsellor, personal image
Counsellor, preretirement
Counsellor, recreation
Counsellor, recreational activities
Counsellor, rehabilitation
Counsellor, relocation
Counsellor, school
Counsellor, securities
Counsellor, sports
Counsellor, sports and leisure
Counsellor, sports and recreation
Counsellor, travel
Counsellor, travel centre
Counsellor, vocational
Counsellor, youth recreational and
leisure activities
Counsellor-at-law
Counsellor-lawyer
Counter and upper tacker - footwear
manufacturing
Counter attendant, cafeteria
Counter attendant - food service
Counter attendant, lunchroom
Counter attendant, restaurant
Counter clerk (except airline)
Counter clerk, bakery
Counter clerk, deli
Counter clerk - mail and postal services
Counter clerk, meats
Counter clerk, parts
Counter clerk - retail
Counter enquiries clerk
Counter representative, car rental
Counter sales agent (except airline)
Counter sales agent - railway
Counter sales clerk, automobile parts retail
Counter service agent (except airline)
Counter service agent, railway
Counter services agent, airline
Counterfeit and forgery section
detective
Counterperson - food services
Countersinker - metal machining
329
Counting
G723
I016
G134
A141
G134
G134
A222
C054
E012
A012
B543
E011
B317
C031
E011
H731
E023
B534
B563
H714
B563
H714
A312
B563
B414
G111
H714
B541
B317
E211
G621
B543
B317
B543
B317
G621
F025
A353
B214
B317
E011
B317
B214
B317
B214
B411
E121
B317
B214
B317
B553
B543
B317
F143
F141
F141
330
Counting attendant - casino
Country club grounds supervisor
Country grain elevator agent
Country grain elevator facility manager
Country grain elevator manager
Country grain elevator operator
Country inn operator
Country surveyor
County attorney
County clerk
County court clerk
County court judge
County court registrar
County engineer
County judge
Coupler - railway yard
Couples therapist
Coupon clerk - financial sector
Courier
Courier driver
Courier service delivery person
Courier service driver
Courier service manager
Courier service parcels deliverer
Courier service supervisor
Courier services sales representative
Courier van driver
Course co-ordinator
Court administrator
Court and tribunal agent
Court bailiff
Court clerk
Court clerk supervisor
Court clerk-crier
Court deputy administrator
Court enforcement officer
Court interpreter
Court martial judge
Court monitor
Court of appeal registrar
Court of Queen’s Bench justice
Court officer
Court recorder
Court registrar
Court reporter
Court reporters supervisor
Court reporting instructor
Court services manager
Court stenographer
Court supervisor
Courtesy desk clerk
Courtroom clerk
Courtroom officer
Couturier - haute couture
Cover designer
Cover page illustrator
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B318
J197
J319
J319
J133
J319
J183
J151
I021
I011
I021
I021
I021
F151
D219
B115
J173
I172
J173
J153
J153
J153
J171
J133
J112
F144
A361
F144
E132
F144
F144
I151
H621
H821
H017
H416
H533
H621
H821
C162
J121
H533
H621
H621
H621
H412
H412
J212
G612
J319
J223
Coverage and interpretation officer taxation
Covered button maker
Coverer, furniture panels - furniture
assembly
Coverer, luggage
Coverer, rubber V-belts
Coverer, slip seats - furniture assembly
Covering machine operator - printing
Covering-machine tender
Cowboy / cowgirl
Cow-calf operator
Cowhand
Cowherd
Cowpuncher
Coxswain
CPO (certified prosthetist and orthotist)
CRA (Canadian residential appraiser)
Crab butcher - fish processing
Crab fisherman / woman
Crab steamer - fish processing
Crabber - textile manufacturing
Crabbing machine tender
Crabbing machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Cracker and cookie machine operator
Cracker operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Cracking plant operator
Craft instructor (except education)
Craft school manager
Craft weaver
Crafts teacher - elementary school
Craftsman / woman
Craftsperson
Crane and claw operator - logging
Crane and hoisting equipment operator
Crane chaser
Crane crew foreman / woman
Crane fitter
Crane greaser
Crane hoist operator
Crane hooker
Crane inspector
Crane ladle pourer
Crane oiler
Crane operator
Crane operator apprentice
Crane operator, drilling rig
Crane repairer
Crane service technician
Crankshaft assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Crash firefighter
Crate bander
Crate builder, wood
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J319
J223
J319
J319
J319
J319
H621
H822
H533
H611
J319
J197
J319
J171
J175
C122
J317
J197
J145
B014
B112
A302
B535
A302
A302
B412
B534
A302
A302
B541
B534
G111
B541
A302
A302
J183
B534
B412
B112
B112
A302
B112
B534
B412
B412
A013
A013
A302
B533
B014
Crate liner
Crate maker, wood
Crate marker
Crate packer
Crater, furniture
Crater - manufacturing
Crawler crane operator
Crawler track repairer helper
Crawler track servicer
Crawler tractor operator
Crayon cutter
Crayon making machine tender
Crayon moulder
Cream cheese maker
Cream grader
Cream inspector
Cream sampler - food and beverage
processing
Creaser - garment and fabric
Creaser - paper converting
Credit agency inspector
Credit analyst
Credit and accounts manager
Credit and collection clerk
Credit and collection department
manager
Credit and collection manager
Credit and collection supervisor
Credit application clerk - financial
sector
Credit approval and market
development manager
Credit area co-ordinator
Credit assessment clerk
Credit authorization clerk
Credit bureau sales representative
Credit card authorization clerk
Credit card centre manager
Credit card company operations
manager
Credit card die-cutter operator printing
Credit clerk
Credit clerks supervisor
Credit investigation officer
Credit investigator
Credit manager
Credit officer
Credit register clerk
Credit service group leader
Credit supervisor
Credit union executive director
Credit union general manager
Credit union manager
Credit union teller
Credit unions examiner
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Crate
J316
G983
G983
A361
J319
J145
F143
J226
H016
I016
I016
B576
C123
B576
B576
B576
B415
B415
I162
I181
I162
I162
G624
I021
H812
G973
G611
G611
B543
E012
E211
E211
E211
E038
E111
J151
J151
J143
J196
J196
J217
J197
J151
E023
E212
F023
D011
D011
D112
D111
Creeler - textile processing
Cremator
Crematorium attendant
Crematorium manager
Creping machine operator helper
Creping machine operator - paper
converting
Crest designer
Crester
Crew chief - aircraft maintenance
Crew chief, greenhouse workers
Crew chief, nursery workers
Crew dispatcher
Crew leader - forest fire suppression
Crew scheduler - aeronautics
Crew scheduler - railway transport
Crew scheduler, transportation
Crew schedulers supervisor
Crew schedules supervisor
Crew worker, forestry
Crewman / woman, fishing vessel
Crewman / woman, forest fire
suppression
Crewman / woman, forestry
Crewman / woman - military
Crewperson, custom harvest
Cribber - grain elevator
Crier
Crime prevention constable
Crime scene technician - police
Criminal court clerk
Criminal lawyer
Criminal-law clerk
Criminal-law legal assistant
Criminal-law paralegal
Criminologist
Criminology professor - university
Crimp setter
Crimper
Crimping head operator - papermaking
Crimping machine feeder - wire
products manufacturing
Crimping machine operator, wires
Crimping machine tender - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Crimping machine tender - leather
products manufacturing
Crimping machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Crisis counsellor
Crisis intervention worker
Critic
Critical care medicine physician
Critical care medicine specialist
Critical care nurse
Critical care nursing supervisor
331
Critical
D234
J152
F144
J152
C122
C171
I012
I012
I211
I011
I012
I012
C121
C021
C023
J153
C021
I021
J133
J193
H832
H832
G631
F021
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
G723
D223
B311
E012
E012
E012
C022
E012
J193
J111
J121
G732
C123
C123
J121
J111
I141
J124
332
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Critical care paramedic
Crochet machine operator
Crocheter, hand
Crocheting machine operator
Crop certification inspector
Crop duster
Crop dusting contractor
Crop dusting service manager
Crop farm labourer - harvesting
Crop farmer
Crop harvesting contractor
Crop harvesting service manager
Crop production technician
Crop scientist
Crop specialist
Cropping machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Crop-research scientist
Cropsprayer machine operator
Cross head operator - rubber products
manufacturing
Crosscut saw operator - woodworking
Crossing attendant - railway
Crossing gateman / woman - railway
transport
Crossing guard
Crossword puzzle maker
Croupier
Croupier, baccarat
Croupier, blackjack
Croupier - casino
Croupier, pai gow
Croupier, pai gow domino
Croupier, pai gow poker
Croupier, poker
Croupier, roulette
Croupier, sic bo
Croupier, super pan 9
Croupier, twenty-one
Crown and bridge dental technician
Crown assets distribution officer
Crown attorney
Crown corporation counsel
Crown counsel
Crown lands forester
Crown prosecutor
Croze machine operator - woodworking
Crucible furnace operator
Crucible pourer
Cruise line passenger attendant
Cruiser
Cruising technician - forestry
Crusher and blender operator
Crusher control room operator
Crusher operator
Crusher operator - stone products
Crusher operator - tobacco processing
Crusher operator - underground mining
Crusher setter
Crusher tender - chemical processing
Crusherman / woman - underground
mining
J011 Crushing and grinding operations
foreman / woman - primary metal and
mineral products processing
J011 Crushing and grinding supervisor primary metal and mineral products
J121 Crushing equipment operator
J171 Crushing machine tender - food and
beverage processing
J311 Crushing operations helper - mineral
products processing
J131 Crutcher operator - chemical processing
J313 Crutcher operator helper
C032 Cryogenics engineer
C011 Cryogenics physicist
J121 Cryolite recovery equipment operator
C132 Cryonics engineering technologist
C061 Cryptanalyst
C061 Cryptoanalyst
C061 Cryptographer
C061 Cryptographer - military
G924 Crystal ball reader
J213 Crystal calibrator - electronic
equipment manufacturing
J213 Crystal final tester
J213 Crystal final tester - electronic
equipment manufacturing
J213 Crystal finisher - electronic equipment
manufacturing
J213 Crystal frequency measurer - electronic
equipment manufacturing
J213 Crystal grower
J213 Crystal inspector - electronic equipment
manufacturing
J213 Crystal lapper
C011 Crystal physicist
J022 Crystal processing foreman / woman electronics manufacturing
J213 Crystal unit assembler
J213 Crystal-dicing saw operator
J131 Crystallizer tender - chemical
processing
J171 Crystallizer tender - food and beverage
processing
G712 CSD (customer service director) transportation
G611 CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence
Service) investigator
C175 CTC (centralized traffic control)
operator - railway traffic
J174
I141
J121
J131
I141
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CTMP (chemi-thermomechanical pulp)
machine assistant operator
J113 CTMP (chemi-thermomechanical pulp)
operator
J171 Cube sugar machine tender - food and
beverage processing
I211 Cucumber picker
J162 Cuff-cutting machine tender
F023 Culinary journalist
I021 Cultivator operator
F154 Cultural activities leader
E038 Cultural anthropologist
E038 Cultural geographer
F025 Cultural interpreter
F025 Cultural or international adaptation
specialist
J311 Cupola charger - primary metal and
mineral processing
J311 Cupola furnace helper
J122 Cupola furnace operator - foundry
J111 Cupola furnace operator - primary
metal processing
J124 Cupola operator - concrete, clay and
stone products
H821 Cupola spray reliner
J311 Cupola tapper
E024 Curate
F012 Curator
A341 Curator-director - museum
F112 Curatorial assistant
H821 Curb builder, manual
J133 Cure operator - rubber products
manufacturing
J133 Cured tire repairer
J173 Curer, fish - fish processing
J133 Curer, rubber
J133 Curer, rubber flaps
J133 Curer, rubber V-belts
I021 Curer, tobacco
J171 Curing bin tender - food and beverage
processing
J014 Curing foreman / woman - rubber
manufacturing
J133 Curing machine operator - rubber
products manufacturing
J133 Curing man / woman - rubber products
manufacturing
J133 Curing press set-up operator - rubber
products manufacturing
J133 Curing press tender - rubber products
manufacturing
J013 Curing room foreman / woman tobacco processing
J014 Curing supervisor - rubber products
manufacturing
J142
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CTMP
F153
F151
G311
B531
B533
B412
A373
J215
J215
E035
E035
E035
G982
J228
H142
J164
J164
J319
J319
J319
G933
G731
G933
G731
G731
G015
H514
H514
I012
I012
J193
J193
H122
G211
J215
J171
J317
J171
H122
H512
F144
H512
J228
I021
I012
H514
H514
J122
I012
Curling judge
Curling player
Currency exchange cashier
Currency sorter
Current account representative financial services
Current accounts supervisor
Current schedule planning manager airline
Current-transformer assembler
Current-transformer coil winder
Curriculum consultant
Curriculum developer
Curriculum planner
Curtain and drapery presser - laundry
and dry cleaning
Curtain rod assembler
Curtain wall glazier
Cushion and cover inspector
Cushion and furniture-coverings
manufacturing inspector
Cushion cementer - shoe manufacturing
Cushion filler - furniture assembly
Cushion stuffer - furniture assembly
Custodian
Custodian, athletic equipment
Custodian, building
Custodian, jockey room
Custodian, sports equipment
Custodian supervisor - cleaning services
Custom bracelet maker
Custom brooch maker
Custom combine contractor
Custom combine operator
Custom cue maker and repairer
Custom cue maker and repairman /
woman
Custom desk maker, wood
Custom drapery salesperson - retail
Custom electrical panel assembler
Custom feed miller - food and beverage
processing
Custom feed miller helper
Custom feed preparer - food and
beverage processing
Custom frame and mirror assembler
Custom fur joiner
Custom furniture caner
Custom furrier
Custom golf club maker
Custom harvest crewperson
Custom harvester
Custom jewellery mounter
Custom locket maker
Custom moulder - foundry
Custom operator, farm machinery
333
Custom
H122
J191
H512
H321
H513
H512
A211
H511
H122
H122
B412
B553
B553
G713
G714
B553
B553
B553
G713
G714
B553
G311
B553
B553
B553
B413
G712
G712
A211
A211
A211
B524
B533
B524
G713
G714
B553
B533
B553
B412
G211
334
Custom piano case maker
Custom screw machine operator
Custom sewer, women’s garments
Custom sheet metal fabricator
Custom shoemaker
Custom tailor
Custom tailoring shop manager
Custom upholsterer
Custom wood furniture maker
Custom wooden desk maker
Customer accounts supervisor
Customer information service
representative - retail
Customer relations clerk
Customer sales agent - airline
Customer sales and service agent
(except airline)
Customer satisfaction representative
Customer service adviser
Customer service agent
Customer service agent, airline
Customer service agent - bus line
Customer service assistant
Customer service cashier
Customer service clerk
Customer service clerk - insurance
Customer service clerk - retail
Customer service clerks supervisor
(except financial institutions)
Customer service director
Customer service director (CSD) transportation
Customer service manager automobiles
Customer service manager - retail
Customer service managing supervisor
Customer service monitor - telephone
system
Customer service officer, bank
Customer service operator - telephone
system
Customer service representative airline
Customer service representative - bus
line
Customer service representative - call
centre
Customer service representative financial services
Customer service representative insurance
Customer service representatives
supervisor - financial services
Customer service sales clerk
NOC-S 2006
B413
H019
G011
G121
B541
B318
B318
B318
B116
B412
B116
B541
B411
B318
B116
B318
B116
A303
B116
B318
B318
B318
B318
A332
A332
B318
J191
J228
J197
J197
J027
J141
J193
J141
J144
J319
B513
J194
J196
J214
J143
J124
J124
J145
I161
J145
Customer service supervisor (except
financial services)
Customer service supervisor - housing
construction
Customer service supervisor - retail
Customer support representative wholesale
Customs and excise clerk
Customs and excise examiner
Customs appraiser
Customs baggage inspector
Customs broker
Customs brokerage clerks supervisor
Customs clearance agent
Customs clerk
Customs clerks supervisor
Customs collector
Customs consultant
Customs examiner
Customs house broker
Customs house manager
Customs information broker
Customs inspection supervisor
Customs inspector
Customs inspectors supervisor
Customs investigator
Customs manager
Customs manager - government
services
Customs officer
Cutlery and tool etcher
Cutlery assembly inspector
Cutlery maker
Cutlery maker operator
Cutlery manufacturing foreman /
woman
Cut-off saw operator - sawmill
Cut-off saw operator - woodworking
Cut-off sawyer, timber - sawmill
Cut-off sawyer, veneer strips - wood
processing
Cut-out and marking machine tender shoe manufacturing
Cut-pile clerk
Cutter, aluminum sheet - ductwork
Cutter and former, bullets - metal
products manufacturing
Cutter and former, insulation - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Cutter and reamer, cores - pulp and
paper
Cutter, asbestos shingles
Cutter, bricks - clay products
Cutter, carbon paper
Cutter, cordwood
Cutter, cores - paper converting
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Cutter, corrugated boxes - paper
converting
H514 Cutter, designs - jewellery
manufacturing
J193 Cutter, disks - wood products
manufacturing
J228 Cutter, eyeglass frames
J319 Cutter, films - film processing
J173 Cutter, fish - fish processing
J225 Cutter, floorcovering insets - plastic
manufacturing
J124 Cutter, granite
I212 Cutter, grass
J124 Cutter, grave markers - stone products
J183 Cutter, guillotine - printing
J228 Cutter, hat brims - fabric products
manufacturing
J133 Cutter, heels - rubber footwear
manufacturing
J314 Cutter helper - pulp and paper
J145 Cutter, labels - paper converting
J162 Cutter - leather products manufacturing
I161 Cutter - logging
I161 Cutter, logs
J183 Cutter, machine - printing
J124 Cutter, marble
J172 Cutter - meat packing plant
J124 Cutter, millstones - stone products
J193 Cutter, mouldings - wood products
manufacturing
J184 Cutter, negatives - film processing
J196 Cutter, nut disks
J124 Cutter operator - concrete, clay and
stone products
J197 Cutter operator - other products
manufacturing
J183 Cutter operator - printing
J319 Cutter, padding - furniture assembly
J225 Cutter, plastics
I161 Cutter, poles
I161 Cutter, posts
I161 Cutter, pulpwood
J145 Cutter, revenue stamps
J133 Cutter, rubber
J133 Cutter, rubber boots
J141 Cutter, shingles - sawmill
J162 Cutter, shoe parts - footwear
manufacturing
F123 Cutter, silkscreen stencils
J124 Cutter, slate
J124 Cutter, stencils - stone products
J193 Cutter, stock - woodworking
J124 Cutter, stonework stencils
J319 Cutter, tiles
J174 Cutter, tobacco leaf
I161 Cutter, wood - logging
J145
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Cutter
J145
J153
J025
J025
J197
H417
J183
J162
J183
J133
I131
J197
J025
A221
F031
F141
F023
F023
F011
F152
F151
J182
J191
J216
J191
J114
J226
J182
J227
J182
J182
H521
H521
H521
H521
J196
J193
J182
J193
C021
C021
Cutting and creasing press operator paper converting
Cutting and printing machine set-up
operator - textile manufacturing
Cutting department foreman / woman,
fabric
Cutting department foreman / woman fabric, fur and leather products
manufacturing
Cutting machine
Cutting machine fixer - textile
manufacturing
Cutting machine operator, books
Cutting machine operator - clothing
manufacturing
Cutting machine operator - printing
Cutting machine operator, rubber
Cutting machine operator underground mining
Cutting machine tender - textile
products manufacturing
Cutting room foreman / woman fabric, fur and leather products
manufacturing
Cybercafé manager
Cyber-choreographer
Cybergraphic designer
Cyberjournalist
Cyberreporter
Cybrarian
Cycling coach
Cyclist
Cylinder engraver, printing
Cylinder grinder - metal machining
Cylinder head assembler
Cylinder honer - metal machining
Cylinder machine operator - pulp and
paper
Cylinder painter - industrial
Cylinder painter - printing
Cylinder plater-grinder - metal
processing
Cylinder preparer, carbon tissue printing
Cylinder preparer - printing
Cylinder press operator - printing
Cylinder press set-up operator
Cylinder pressman / woman - printing
Cylinder printing press set-up operator
Cylinder roll fabricator
Cylinder saw tender - woodworking
Cylinder-impresser operator
Cylinder-sander feeder - woodworking
Cytochemist
Cytogeneticist
335
Cytogenetics
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D211 Cytogenetics technologist - medical
laboratory
C021 Cytologist
C021 Cytologist-microbiologist
D212 Cytology technician
D211 Cytology technologist
D211 Cytotechnologist - medical laboratory
D
D023
D023
D023
J193
J193
J193
C021
I011
C012
J175
H411
I013
I021
I011
I021
I013
I011
J175
I021
J317
I013
J175
C048
J013
J171
A391
J175
C122
J013
J171
C121
H714
J317
C021
C121
J175
C164
H422
336
D.O. (osteopath)
D.O.M.P. (osteopath)
D.P.M. (doctor of podiatric medicine)
Dado operator, overhead woodworking
Dado operator - woodworking
Dado saw operator - woodworking
Dairy bacteriologist
Dairy cattle breeder
Dairy chemist
Dairy cream tester
Dairy equipment repairer
Dairy farm foreman / woman
Dairy farm labourer
Dairy farm manager
Dairy farm worker
Dairy farm workers foreman / woman
Dairy farmer
Dairy grader - food and beverage
processing
Dairy hand
Dairy helper
Dairy herdsperson
Dairy moisture tester
Dairy plant engineer
Dairy plant foreman / woman
Dairy plant machine operator
Dairy plant manager
Dairy product tester - food and
beverage processing
Dairy products inspector
Dairy products processing foreman /
woman
Dairy products specialty maker
Dairy products technician
Dairy route salesman / woman
Dairy sampler - food and beverage
processing
Dairy scientist
Dairy technologist
Dairy tester - food and beverage
processing
Dam construction inspector
Damage repair estimator, automobile
H821
C031
A342
F034
F034
A361
F034
D044
D044
D044
F122
D044
D044
F034
F034
C163
C163
I172
J184
J184
C072
C072
A122
C181
C047
B522
B411
C072
C072
B522
B411
B522
B411
B522
B522
C072
C072
A122
C071
B522
A122
A122
A122
C072
E131
B522
B522
C072
C072
C072
C072
C072
Dampproofer helper
Dams engineer
Dance company director
Dance instructor
Dance notator
Dance school manager
Dance teacher
Dance therapist
Dance therapists’ supervisor
Dance therapy researcher
Dance videographer
Dance-movement therapist
Dance-movement therapy researcher
Dancer
Dancing instructor
Dangerous goods inspector - railway
transport
Dangerous waste inspector
Danish seine fisherman / woman
Darkroom technician
Darkroom technician - photographic
processing
Data administrator
Data analyst - informatics and systems
Data centre manager
Data centre operator
Data communications specialist
Data control clerk
Data control supervisor
Data custodian
Data dictionary administrator
Data entry clerk
Data entry clerks supervisor
Data entry operator
Data entry supervisor
Data entry verifier-operator
Data input clerk
Data miner
Data mining analyst
Data processing and systems analysis
manager
Data processing consultant
Data processing control clerk
Data processing director
Data processing manager
Data processing planning manager
Data processing specialist
Data processing teacher - secondary
school
Data processing verifier
Data processor
Data warehouse analyst
Database administrator (DBA)
Database analyst
Database analyst (DBA)
Database architect
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C072
C072
F011
C072
C072
E121
G924
G924
F154
F154
G715
E217
E217
E217
E217
E217
A331
E217
E217
E217
E217
H711
C072
C072
C072
H217
D022
E216
E216
F025
A211
B013
G723
A211
G723
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
A322
B534
J144
Database architect (DBA)
Database designer
Database librarian
Database management supervisor computer systems
Database manager
Data-processing teacher - college level
Dating agency consultant
Dating service consultant
Day camp counsellor - recreation
Day camp leader
Day clerk - hotel
Day-care aide
Day-care attendant
Day-care co-op co-ordinator
Day-care co-ordinator
Day-care helper
Day-care planning services director government services
Day-care supervisor
Day-care teacher
Day-care worker
Day-care worker assistant
Daylighter
DBA (database administrator)
DBA (database analyst)
DBA (database architect)
DBS (direct broadcast satellite)
technician - cable television
DC (doctor of chiropractic)
Deacon
Deaconess
Deaf interpreter
Dealer, antiques
Dealer, foreign exchange
Dealer, gambling casino
Dealer - retail
Dealers supervisor, gambling casino
Dean, adult education
Dean, community college
Dean, faculty of arts
Dean, faculty of science
Dean, graduate studies
Dean of adult education
Dean of graduate studies
Dean of science
Dean of student activities
Dean of technical and technological
programs
Dean, school of nursing
Dean, school of technology
Dean, student activities
Dean - university or college
Death benefits clerk
Debarker operator - wood processing
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J319
J312
J226
J153
H531
H531
C173
A353
I171
C173
C173
C173
H821
J142
J142
H733
H733
I181
I181
I181
I181
I181
H733
I141
J124
G211
H019
H019
J124
J124
J228
F036
F144
J228
J228
J224
J224
J228
J124
J228
H019
B317
B317
F132
H522
Deburrer - clock and watch
manufacturing
Deburrer - metal products
manufacturing
Decal applier
Decating machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Deck builder
Deck installer
Deck officer
Deck officer - cadet
Deck officer, fishing vessel
Deck officer, self-propelled barge
Deck officer, self-propelled oil rig
Deck officer - water transport
Deck worker
Decker tender - pulp and paper
Deckerman / woman - pulp and paper
Deckhand
Deckhand, dredge
Deckhand, fishing vessel
Deckhand, gillnetter
Deckhand, offshore trawler
Deckhand, seiner
Deckhand, shellfish harvester
Deckhand - ships
Deckman / woman - underground
mining
Decorated products kilnman / woman clay products
Decorating consultant - retail
Decorating contractor
Decorating foreman / woman construction
Decorating kiln operator - clay products
Decorating machine tender - clay
products
Decoration maker, hats
Decorations painter - visual arts
Decorative engraver
Decorator, candles
Decorator, enamel - jewellery
manufacturing
Decorator, furniture finishing
Decorator - furniture finishing and
refinishing
Decorator, hats - fabric products
manufacturing
Decorator, machine - clay products
Decorator, shoes - footwear
manufacturing
Decorators foreman / woman
Deed recorder
Deed registrar
Deejay (DJ) - turntablist
Deep-sea diver
337
Defect
J193
E012
J172
J163
I012
J131
J171
G211
G211
A211
G211
I151
I151
H832
B562
B563
B573
B571
H714
H714
H714
H022
H022
B563
G011
D111
H714
A303
G111
G111
H714
H832
H832
H714
C061
H017
H621
F151
H017
H821
C023
E112
G973
B531
E121
H422
J121
D311
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Defect trimmer - woodworking
Defence counsel
Dehairing machine dropper - meat
packing plant
Dehairing machine operator - hide and
pelt processing
Dehorning service contractor
Dehydrating press tender - chemical
processing
Dehydrator, grain - food and beverage
processing
Deli counter clerk
Delicatessen clerk
Delicatessen department manager retail
Delicatessen meat salesperson - retail
Delimber and buncher operator
Delimber operator
Deliverer helper
Deliverer, mail
Deliverer, parcels - courier service
Delivery checker
Delivery clerk
Delivery driver
Delivery driver, fast food
Delivery driver - parcels
Delivery drivers foreman / woman
Delivery drivers supervisor
Delivery person - courier service
Delivery person supervisor
Delivery room nursing supervisor
Delivery salesperson
Delivery service manager
Delivery services sales agent
Delivery services sales representative
Delivery truck driver
Delivery truck driver helper
Delivery truck helper
Deliveryman / woman, bakery
Demographer
Demolition contractor
Demolition crane operator
Demolition driver
Demolition foreman / woman
Demolition worker
Demonstrator, Department of
Agriculture
Demonstrator, laboratory post-secondary teaching assistance
Demonstrator - retail
Demurrage clerk
Denominational institute teacher
Dent remover and repairer - automobile
Dental amalgam processor
Dental assistant
E121
D223
D223
D223
B534
D311
G121
H531
H531
E039
A321
D222
D222
D222
E121
D222
J228
D223
A321
D223
D221
D221
D222
B514
D223
B514
D013
D223
D223
D223
D223
D222
D222
D013
D013
D014
E111
D223
D223
D223
D221
D223
D223
D223
D221
D221
D223
D223
D223
D221
D221
Dental assistant program teacher community college
Dental ceramic caster
Dental ceramic moulder
Dental ceramist
Dental claims clerk
Dental clinical assistant
Dental equipment and supplies
salesperson
Dental equipment installer-servicer
Dental equipment maintenance
technician - military
Dental health consultant
Dental health services administrator
Dental hygiene technician
Dental hygienist
Dental hygienist - military
Dental hygienist program teacher
Dental hygienist technician
Dental instrument assembler
Dental laboratory bench worker
Dental laboratory managing supervisor
Dental laboratory technician
Dental mechanic
Dental mechanic apprentice
Dental nurse
Dental office receptionist
Dental prosthesis maker
Dental receptionist
Dental surgeon
Dental technician
Dental technician apprentice
Dental technician supervisor
Dental technologist
Dental therapist
Dental therapist - military
Dentist
Dentist, public health
Dentist, veterinary
Dentistry professor - university
Denture bench moulder
Denture finisher
Denture framework finisher
Denture mechanic
Denture packer
Denture setter
Denture set-up man / woman
Denture technician
Denture therapist
Denture trimmer-polisher
Denture wax pattern former
Denture wax pattern former - metal
framework
Denturist
Denturologist
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E121
E121
E111
E121
E121
E111
A324
A324
E121
E121
E121
E111
E111
E111
E121
E111
E111
E121
G011
E131
A324
E121
E111
E111
E111
E121
A111
A211
A211
A114
G211
B553
A211
A015
G011
G011
B011
E012
G922
G922
J311
B531
Department chairman / woman college
Department chairman / woman community college
Department chairman / woman university
Department chairperson - college
Department chairperson - community
college
Department chairperson - university
Department chief, social services
Department director, welfare
organization
Department head - CEGEP
Department head - college
Department head - community college
Department head, food sciences university
Department head, geography
Department head, geography university
Department head - institute of
technology
Department head, linguistics university
Department head, physics - university
Department head - private training
institute
Department head, retail store
Department head, secondary school
Department head, social services
Department head - technical institute
Department head, theology - university
Department head - university
Department head, visual arts university
Department head - vocational institute
Department manager, collections
Department manager - department
store
Department manager - retail
Department manager, security
Department store clerk
Department store information clerk
Department store manager
Department store president
Department store supervisor
Department supervisor - retail
Departmental accountant
Departmental solicitor
Depilator
Depilator, wax
Depiler helper - primary metal
processing
Deposit clerk
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B576 Depot clerk - transit system
B317 Deputy administrator of the court
A015 Deputy chief executive officer (CEO) trade, broadcasting and other services
A013 Deputy chief executive officer financial, communications and other
business services
A016 Deputy chief executive officer - goods
production, utilities, transportation and
construction
A014 Deputy chief executive officer - health,
education, social and community
services and membership organizations
A013 Deputy chief executive officer, life
insurance company
A351 Deputy chief of police
E012 Deputy city solicitor
A334 Deputy Clerk of the House of Commons
A334 Deputy Clerk of the Legislative
Assembly
A012 Deputy commissioner - government
services
B317 Deputy court registrar
A352 Deputy fire chief
E011 Deputy justice
B317 Deputy land registrar
A341 Deputy librarian
A012 Deputy minister
A012 Deputy minister - government services
A012 Deputy municipal clerk
A351 Deputy police chief
A012 Deputy provincial secretary government services
B317 Deputy registrar
B317 Deputy registrar - courts
E037 Deputy returning officer
G621 Deputy sheriff
A323 Deputy superintendent - schools
G922 Dermal therapist
D011 Dermatologist
A321 Dermatology, chief of
H411 Derrick mechanic
I142 Derrick worker - oil and gas drilling
I142 Derrickhand - offshore drilling
I142 Derrickhand - oil and gas drilling
I142 Derrickman / woman
I142 Derrickman / woman - oil and gas
drilling
C021 Descriptive toxicologist
C033 Design and development engineer,
electrical and electronic systems
C153 Design and drafting technologist
J183 Design and lettering stamper - printing
F123 Design assistant - advertising
production
C153 Design checker, drafting
339
Design
H514
C153
C046
C033
C033
C032
C032
C033
C073
G111
C153
C131
C153
C141
C141
B116
F021
F143
C072
F143
F143
F141
C152
C132
C152
C152
F142
C132
C132
C132
F143
F123
C073
F143
F143
C132
J222
J024
G715
G611
J193
B523
B523
B523
B411
B411
G961
G961
J112
J211
C153
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Design cutter - jewellery
Design draftsperson
Design engineer, aircraft
Design engineer, electrical
Design engineer, electrical power
systems
Design engineer - mechanical
Design engineer, oil well equipment
Design engineer, radio and television
broadcasting systems
Design engineer, software
Design sales representative - wholesale
Design technician, drafting
Design technologist, civil engineering
Design technologist - drafting
Design technologist, electrical and
electronics
Design technologist, lines distribution
Designated ship broker
Designer and script writer
Designer, clothing
Designer, database
Designer, displays
Designer, exhibits
Designer, form layouts
Designer, furniture
Designer, heating
Designer, industrial
Designer, industrial products
Designer - interior design
Designer, machines
Designer, mechanical engineering
equipment
Designer, mould
Designer, museum
Designer, poster layouts
Designer, software
Designer, textile
Designer - theatre
Designer, tool and die
Desk assembler
Desk assembly foreman / woman furniture and fixtures manufacturing
Desk clerk, hotel
Desk officer - police
Desk sander - woodworking
Desktop compositor
Desktop publishing (DTP) operator
Desktop publishing (DTP) specialist
Desktop publishing supervisor
Desktop publishing system supervisor
Dessert maker
Dessert preparer
Desulphurizer operator
Detail assembler - aircraft assembly
Detail draftsperson
J211
C074
J193
C153
G932
G932
F123
C153
G611
A303
G611
A351
G611
G611
G625
A351
G611
G622
A324
G622
E212
J131
C012
J228
J228
J184
J184
J184
J184
J184
C074
J184
J184
J184
J184
J184
G623
E032
C013
J211
I131
E212
C141
C021
C021
E021
E212
J131
J121
J121
Detail inspector - aircraft assembly
Detail programmer
Detail shaper - woodworking
Detailer
Detailer, auto
Detailer, car
Detailer, sign layouts
Detailer - structural steel drafter
Detective
Detective agency manager
Detective, counterfeit and forgery
section
Detective inspector - police
Detective, narcotics squad
Detective - police
Detective, private
Detective sergeant - police
Detective, vice squad
Detention attendant
Detention centre director
Detention guard
Detention home worker
Detergent and powdered soap
screener-perfumer
Detergent chemist
Detonator and fuse assembler
Detonator assembler
Developer, films
Developer, motion picture film
Developer, photographs
Developer, photos
Developer, prints
Developer, software
Developer, X-ray films
Developer, X-ray plates
Developer-printer machine tender
Developer-printer, photos
Developing machine operator photographic processing
Development control officer
Development economist
Development geologist
Development mechanic - aircraft
assembly
Development miner
Development service worker
Development technologist telecommunications
Developmental biologist
Developmental geneticist
Developmental psychologist
Developmental service worker
Devulcanizer tender
Dewaterer tender - primary metal
processing
Dewatering equipment operator
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J171
D041
D216
D216
A321
D215
G121
D215
D216
D216
D216
D215
D215
D215
D011
A321
D011
D215
H421
D216
D216
D216
D216
D216
J228
A311
A311
F021
D112
D219
D219
J124
H514
H514
H622
H821
I141
I131
I121
C112
H514
H514
J123
Dextrine maker - food and beverage
processing
Diagnostic audiologist
Diagnostic cardiac sonographer
Diagnostic echography technician
Diagnostic imaging, chief of
Diagnostic imaging technologist
Diagnostic instrument sales
representative
Diagnostic medical radiation
technologist
Diagnostic medical sonographer
Diagnostic medical sonographer military
Diagnostic medical sonography
instructor
Diagnostic radiography technologist
Diagnostic radiological technician
Diagnostic radiological technologist
Diagnostic radiologist
Diagnostic radiology, chief of
Diagnostic radiology specialist
Diagnostic radiology technologist
Diagnostic technician - motor vehicles
Diagnostic ultrasonography technician
Diagnostic ultrasound supervisor
Diagnostic ultrasound technician
Diagnostic ultrasound technologist medical
Diagnostic ultrasound technologist military
Dial marker
Dial plant manager telecommunications
Dial plant superintendent telecommunications
Dialogue writer
Dialysis nurse
Dialysis technician
Dialysis technologist
Diamond abrasive wheel maker
Diamond bruter
Diamond cutter
Diamond drill operator - surface mining
and quarrying
Diamond driller helper - surface mining
Diamond driller helper - underground
mining
Diamond driller - underground mining
Diamond drilling foreman / woman
Diamond drilling technician
Diamond expert
Diamond grader - jewellery
manufacturing
Diamond grinder operator - glass
finishing
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Dextrine
H514
H514
J121
J124
H312
H514
H514
H514
H312
J123
J124
I131
I131
I131
J145
J228
J225
J225
H535
H535
H535
B214
F035
F022
J213
J312
J011
J011
H312
J162
H312
H312
C132
H312
H312
H312
H312
J124
H312
H312
H312
H312
H312
H325
H312
H312
H312
H312
Diamond marker
Diamond polisher
Diamond powder blender
Diamond powder mixer - stone
products
Diamond saw maker
Diamond sawyer
Diamond selector - jewellery
manufacturing
Diamond setter
Diamond tool maker
Diamond wheel edger - glass finishing
Diamond wheel moulder and finisher
Diamond-drill operator
Diamond-drill runner - underground
mining
Diamond-point drill operator
Diaper machine tender - paper
converting
Dice maker
Dicer tender - plastic manufacturing
Dicing machine tender - plastic
manufacturing
Dictaphone repairer
Dictaphone servicer
Dictating machine servicer
Dictatypist
Diction coach
Dictionary editor
Die attacher - electronic equipment
manufacturing
Die blanking press operator helper metal products manufacturing
Die casting foreman / woman - foundry
Die casting supervisor
Die cutter
Die cutter - fabric, fur and leather
products manufacturing
Die cutter, jewellery
Die cutter - metalworking
Die designer
Die finisher
Die fitter
Die maker
Die maker - jewellery
Die maker, plaster
Die maker, wire-drawing
Die mouldmaker
Die reamer
Die repairer
Die repairman / woman
Die setter
Die sinker
Die sinker, bench
Die sinker, jewellery
Die sinker - metalworking
341
Die
J181
B572
H312
J122
J122
J122
J122
J122
J145
J183
J183
H212
J216
J026
J216
H311
H412
H412
H412
H221
H412
J216
C032
H222
I131
H721
H412
H412
H412
H412
H822
H222
H222
J191
G412
G961
G412
D219
D219
D032
D032
D032
B541
D032
D032
D032
D032
342
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Die stamper - printing
Die storage clerk
Diecast diemaker
Die-casting machine operator
Die-casting machine operator - foundry
Die-casting machine setter - foundry
Die-casting machine set-up man /
woman - foundry
Die-casting machine tender - foundry
Die-cutting machine operator - paper
products
Die-cutting or die-numbering press
operator - printing
Die-cutting platen press operator
Diesel electrician - railway
Diesel engine assembler
Diesel engine assembly foreman /
woman
Diesel engine erector
Diesel engine machinist
Diesel engine mechanic
Diesel engine mechanic apprentice
Diesel engine mechanic - heavy
equipment
Diesel engine operator, stationary
Diesel engine repairman / woman railway
Diesel engine tester
Diesel engineer - design and research
Diesel generating station operator electrical power systems
Diesel loaderman / woman underground mining
Diesel locomotive engineer - railway
Diesel locomotive repairman / woman
Diesel mechanic
Diesel mechanic apprentice
Diesel mechanic - heavy equipment
Diesel mechanic helper
Diesel plant operator - electrical power
systems
Diesel station operator
Diesinking machine set-up operator
Diet kitchen cook
Dietary aide
Dietary cook
Dietary technician
Dietary technologist
Dietetic consultant
Dietetic educator
Dietetic researcher
Dietetics office clerk - hospital
Dietitian
Dietitian, administrative
Dietitian, community
Dietitian, consultant
D032
D032
D032
D032
D032
D032
D032
J216
H311
J171
J213
J113
J113
J113
J131
J121
J113
J142
H821
I212
H821
F141
C033
C181
F125
C141
F123
F145
J193
J221
H422
G513
G513
A221
G961
G961
G513
G311
G511
A221
G513
F112
F112
F112
J217
J226
J144
E037
Dietitian / nutritionist, registered
Dietitian, professional
Dietitian, public health
Dietitian, registered
Dietitian, research
Dietitian, therapeutic
Dietitian-nutritionist
Differential assembler
Differential gear testing machinist
Diffuser operator - food and beverage
processing
Diffusion furnace operator - electronic
equipment manufacturing
Digester cook - pulp and paper
Digester field operator
Digester operator
Digester operator - chemical processing
Digester operator - primary metal and
mineral processing
Digester operator - pulp and paper
Digester tender - pulp and paper
Digger - construction
Digger, graves
Digger, sewers
Digital animator - artist
Digital circuit design engineer
Digital computer operator
Digital effects specialist
Digital electronics technician
Digital graphic design technician
Digitizer operator - textile, leather and
fur products
Dimension planer operator woodworking
Dinghy assembler
Dingman / woman - autobody
Dining car steward
Dining car waiter / waitress
Dining establishment managing
supervisor
Dining room assistant
Dining room attendant
Dining room captain
Dining room cashier
Dining room host / hostess
Dining room manager
Dining room steward
Dinosaur museum interpreter
Diorama maker - museums and art
galleries
Diorama technician
Dip and bake operator - electrical
equipment manufacturing
Dip tank attendant
Dip tank tender - wood processing
Diplomat
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E038
J227
J319
J226
J226
J226
J226
J319
J226
J319
J133
J226
J226
J213
H217
G973
G624
G624
B022
E121
G973
I132
I132
I132
A111
A331
A114
A114
A333
A131
A123
A332
A332
A123
A331
A331
A341
A341
A111
A342
F032
A321
F031
A111
Diplomatic historian
Dipper and coater - metal plating
Dipper and dryer, paper cones
Dipper, coating tank
Dipper, coil springs
Dipper, enamel
Dipper operator, paint and varnish
Dipper, shoe parts
Dipper-baker
Dipping labourer
Dipping machine tender - rubber
products manufacturing
Dipping tank operator
Dipping tank tender
Dip-soldering machine operator electronic equipment manufacturing
Direct broadcast satellite (DBS)
technician - cable television
Direct distributor - retail
Direct fire support vehicle driver
Direct fire support vehicle gunner
Direct mail specialist
Direct sales instructor
Direct seller
Directional driller - oil and gas drilling
Directional drilling operator
Directional drilling operator - oil and
gas drilling
Director, accounting and financial
control
Director, adjustment programs government services
Director, administration and property
management services
Director, administrative services
Director, adult education services
Director, advertising
Director, agricultural chemistry branch
Director, agricultural policy government services
Director, agricultural products market
development - government services
Director, agricultural representatives
Director, apprenticeship training government services
Director, apprenticeship training service
- government services
Director, archives
Director, art gallery
Director, audit and compliance
Director, ballet company
Director, band
Director, behaviour therapy services
Director, broadcasting
Director, budget and sectoral
profitability
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A322 Director, business college
A332 Director, business development
A332 Director, business development government services
A322 Director, business school
A334 Director, Cabinet relations
A141 Director, canal
A331 Director, career development government services
A331 Director, career information government services
A324 Director, children’s aid society
F032 Director, choir
F032 Director, choral
A332 Director, commercial analysis government services
A131 Director, communications
A324 Director, community centre
A332 Director, community economic
development - government services
A331 Director, community planning government services
A324 Director, community programs
A324 Director, community services
A333 Director, computer education
A322 Director, computer technology school
A324 Director, consumer information
A324 Director, correctional rehabilitation
society
A324 Director, correctional services
A324 Director, correctional treatment and
training
A324 Director, counselling services
A342 Director, dance company
A122 Director, data processing
A331 Director, day-care planning services government services
A324 Director, detention centre
A141 Director, distribution
A392 Director, distribution network - utilities
A392 Director, distribution systems - utilities
A312 Director, district post office
A332 Director, economic and trade analysis government services
A332 Director, economic development
A332 Director, economic development government services
A332 Director, economic policy analysis
A332 Director, economic policy analysis government services
A333 Director, education curriculum
development
A333 Director, education policy analysis and
research
343
Director
A333 Director, education research and
information
E133 Director, educational guidance
A334 Director, Elections Canada
A334 Director, elections expenses
A334 Director, elections finances
A334 Director, elections planning
A392 Director, electrical power transmission
operations
A333 Director, elementary education
A333 Director, elementary school education
A334 Director, emergency responses services
A112 Director, employee benefits
A331 Director, employment and insurance
programs - government services
A112 Director, employment equity - human
resources
A331 Director, employment equity programs
- government services
A331 Director, employment programs government services
A332 Director, energy market analysis
A332 Director, energy policy - government
services
A121 Director, engineering research and
development
A121 Director engineering service, quality
assurance
A121 Director, engineering service quality
control department
A121 Director engineering service, safety
service
A343 Director, entertainment, sports and
leisure
A343 Director, entertainment, sports and
recreation
A331 Director, environmental health services
- government services
A332 Director, excise tax programs
A332 Director, excise tax programs government services
A131 Director, external relations
A141 Director, facility management
A331 Director, family and children’s services government services
A331 Director, family benefits - government
services
A324 Director, family resources
A331 Director, family services - government
services
A332 Director, farm products marketing
A332 Director, farm products marketing government services
A334 Director, federal-provincial relations
A111 Director, finance
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A114 Director, finance and administration
A111 Director, financial evaluations
A111 Director, financial planning and
reporting
A111 Director - financial services
A111 Director, financing and administration
A321 Director, first aid services
A332 Director, fishery policy - government
services
A343 Director, fitness administration government
A343 Director, fitness programs
A373 Director, flight operations
G712 Director, flight service
A332 Director, forestry policy - government
services
G912 Director, funeral
A012 Director general - government services
A014 Director general - health, education,
social and community services and
membership organizations
A343 Director general, sport federation
A324 Director general, teachers’ association
A331 Director, health care insurance plan government services
A331 Director, health care insurance refund
claims - government services
A331 Director, health education - government
services
A331 Director, health information and
promotion
A331 Director, health information and
promotion - government services
A331 Director, health services - government
services
A333 Director, heritage languages program
A321 Director, home care services
A331 Director, home care services government services
A331 Director, homemaker services government services
A343 Director, horse racing
A222 Director, hotel
A331 Director, housekeeping services government services
A331 Director, housing policy and
development
A331 Director, housing policy and
development - government services
A112 Director, human resources
A112 Director, human resources development
A112 Director, human resources development
and planning
A112 Director, human resources management
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A392 Director, hydro-electric power
production plant
A392 Director, hydro-electric power station
A331 Director, immigration and settlement government services
A331 Director, Immigration Appeal Division government services
A332 Director, industrial development government services
A331 Director, industrial hygiene and health government services
A332 Director, industry, trade and technology
- government services
A122 Director, information systems
development
A122 Director, information systems
operations
A333 Director, inspection services - education
A334 Director, intergovernmental affairs
A334 Director, intergovernmental relations
A334 Director, international relations government
A331 Director, job training - government
services
A123 Director, laboratory
A112 Director, labour relations
A112 Director, language training
A333 Director, learning programs - adult
education
A333 Director, learning programs early-childhood education
A333 Director, learning programs elementary education
A333 Director, learning programs - secondary
education
A114 Director, legal department
A334 Director, Legislative Assembly services
A334 Director, legislative services
A343 Director, leisure
A343 Director, leisure and sports
A343 Director, leisure centre
A343 Director, leisure establishment
A343 Director, leisure programs
A343 Director, leisure service
A341 Director, library
A331 Director, local health services government services
A373 Director, logistics - transportation
A332 Director market analysis director government services
A131 Director, marketing
A123 Director, mathematics department
A131 Director, media relations
A321 Director, medical
A321 Director, medical clinic
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A332 Director, microeconomic policy
development - government services
F031 Director - motion picture
F031 Director, motion picture
F031 Director - motion pictures, broadcasting
and performing arts
A341 Director, museum
F032 Director, music
A332 Director, natural resources policy government services
A321 Director, nursing services - medical
services
A321 Director, occupational health services
A331 Director, occupational training government services
A112 Director, occupational training - human
resources
A123 Director, oceanographic research
A111 Director of accounting
A322 Director of admissions - post-secondary
education
A123 Director of architecture
A321 Director of audiology and speech
language pathology
A321 Director of clinical medicine
A341 Director of conservation, museum
A324 Director of counselling
A321 Director of dietetics
A323 Director of education, correctional
institution
A333 Director of education - public
administration
A343 Director of fitness administration government
A324 Director of guidance services
A321 Director of laboratory medicine
A343 Director of leisure
A343 Director of leisure and sports
A373 Director of logistics - transportation
A141 Director of maintenance
A381 Director of mining
A381 Director of mining operations
A321 Director of nursing - medical services
A321 Director of occupational therapy
A324 Director of operations - housing
department
A391 Director of operations, manufacturing
A373 Director of operations, transportation
F031 Director of photography
A321 Director of physiotherapy
A321 Director of professional services medical services
A321 Director of psychology - health care
A324 Director of public welfare
A334 Director of public works
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Director
A343
A343
A123
A123
A123
A322
A323
A323
A323
A333
A343
A343
A343
A343
A322
A322
A321
A122
A373
A373
A392
A392
A342
A114
A303
A303
A303
A332
A334
G712
A112
A112
A112
A112
A112
A112
A321
A343
A343
A333
A333
A333
A322
A113
346
Director of recreation
Director of recreation and sports
Director of research - forestry
Director of research - manufacturing
Director of research - mining
Director of research - university or
college
Director of school for the blind or deaf
Director of school for the hearing
impaired
Director of school for the visually
impaired
Director of school services
Director of sports administration
Director of sports administration government
Director of sports and leisure
Director of sports and recreation
Director of student affairs
Director of studies - college
Director of surgery
Director of technology management
Director of traffic
Director of transportation
Director of waste management
Director of water pollution control
Director, opera company
Director, operational planning
Director, organizational methods
analysis
Director, organizational methods
analysis - business services
Director, organizational planning and
development
Director, parks administration
Director, parliamentary services
Director, passenger service
Director, pay and benefits
Director, pay services - human resources
Director, pay-processing division government services
Director, personnel
Director, personnel and industrial
relations
Director, personnel services
Director, pharmacy
Director, physical education programs
Director, physical training
Director, policy and planning education programs
Director, post-secondary education
Director, post-secondary education public administration
Director, private vocational school
Director, procurement operations
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A331 Director, professional development government services
A331 Director, protection services government services
A324 Director, psychological services
A321 Director, psychology - health care
A131 Director, public affairs
A321 Director, public health nursing services
A131 Director, public information
A131 Director, public relations
A342 Director, publishing house
A113 Director, purchasing
A123 Director, quality control - chemistry
A343 Director, racetrack
F031 Director, radio
A342 Director, radio station operations
A343 Director, recreation
A343 Director, recreation and sports
A343 Director, recreation centre
A343 Director, recreation establishment
A343 Director, recreation programs
A343 Director, recreation service
A112 Director, recruiting
A131 Director, regional communications
A321 Director, rehabilitation services
A321 Director, rehabilitation services medical services
A324 Director, religious education
A331 Director, rural housing programs government services
A131 Director, sales agency marketing
division
A131 Director, sales and marketing
A333 Director, school inspection
A333 Director, school inspection - public
administration
A322 Director, school of nursing
A322 Director, school of technology
A333 Director, school services - public
administration
A333 Director, second language program
A333 Director, secondary school education
A333 Director, secondary school programs
A322 Director, secretarial college
A331 Director, settlement programs government services
A392 Director, sewage treatment system
A331 Director, social planning - government
services
A331 Director, social services - government
services
A331 Director, social services policy, planning
and research - government services
A331 Director, social surveys - government
services
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A324 Director, social work
A331 Director, social work - government
services
A122 Director, software engineering
A333 Director, special education programs
A343 Director, sports
A343 Director, sports administration government
A343 Director, sports and leisure
A343 Director, sports and recreation
A343 Director, sports association
A343 Director, sports federation
A343 Director, sports programs
A343 Director, sports-service sports programs
F031 Director, stage - performing arts
A123 Director, statistical department
A333 Director, student assistance program
A113 Director, supply management
A331 Director, survey research - government
services
A311 Director, switching systems
A332 Director, taxation programs
A322 Director, technical school
F031 Director, television
A342 Director, theatre company
A321 Director, therapeutic services psychiatric hospital
A332 Director, tourism development government services
A332 Director, tourism promotion government services
A343 Director, track and field
A332 Director, trade development government services
A332 Director, trade liaison - government
services
A322 Director, trade school
A322 Director, training institute
A392 Director, transmission operations utilities
A373 Director, transportation management
A332 Director, transportation policy government services
A123 Director, urban planning and
development - government services
A123 Director, urban planning and renewal government services
A324 Director, veterans’ services
F031 Director, videos
A331 Director, vocational education government services
A322 Director, vocational school
A331 Director, vocational training government services
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A112 Director, vocational training - human
resources
A324 Director, volunteer services
A392 Director, waste water treatment system
A392 Director, water department
A392 Director, water supply
A324 Director, welfare organization
A331 Director, welfare services
administration - government services
A331 Director, welfare services - government
services
A324 Director, young offender services
A123 Director, zoological garden
A123 Director, zoological park
A111 Director-treasurer - financial services
B524 Directory assistance operator
B552 Directory clerk
B552 Directory compiler
G722 Dirigible pilot
B534 Disability benefits clerk - insurance
B021 Disability case manager - human
resources
B113 Disability claims examiner - insurance
E023 Disability consultant
B021 Disability management coordinator
B021 Disability management practitioner
B021 Disability management professional
B021 Disability management specialist
E212 Disability management worker
B113 Disaster relief claims adjuster insurance
A334 Disaster relief services co-ordinator
B531 Disbursement clerk
J194 Disc flanging operator - metal
fabrication
F131 Disc jockey - broadcast
J121 Discharge door attendant
B013 Discount broker
B534 Discount clerk - financial sector
F151 Discus thrower
E112 Discussion group leader post-secondary teaching assistant
J124 Dish maker - clay products
G961 Dishwasher
J214 Dishwasher assembler
H531 Dishwasher installer
H432 Dishwasher repairer
G961 Dishwashing machine attendant
J193 Disk cutter - wood products
J194 Disk flange operator
J194 Disk flange operator - metal fabrication
H535 Dismantler, automotive
J216 Dismantler, farm machinery
B415 Dispatch logistician
B575 Dispatcher, 911
H022 Dispatcher, bus
347
Dispatcher
B575
C172
J112
B575
B575
B575
B575
B575
B575
B575
J112
B575
B575
B575
B575
B575
C175
B575
B575
B415
D313
D031
D231
D231
D231
D313
D041
D231
D231
A211
G111
J228
F143
F143
F143
F143
F112
C033
H812
J112
E035
E035
J313
J313
J012
J112
J112
J171
348
Dispatcher, fire department
Dispatcher, flights
Dispatcher, gas
Dispatcher, gas service crews
Dispatcher, mail service
Dispatcher, mine
Dispatcher, mobile equipment
Dispatcher, mobile-support equipment
operators - military
Dispatcher, motor vehicles
Dispatcher, newspapers
Dispatcher, oil
Dispatcher, oil well services
Dispatcher, plant
Dispatcher, police
Dispatcher, taxis
Dispatcher, tow trucks
Dispatcher, trains
Dispatcher, trucks
Dispatcher, utilities maintenance crews
Dispatchers supervisor
Dispensary assistant
Dispensary department supervisor hospital
Dispenser, contact lens
Dispenser, ophthalmic devices
Dispenser, optical devices
Dispensing assistant, drugstore
Dispensing audiologist
Dispensing optician
Dispensing optician student
Dispensing opticians office manager
Display advertising sales representative
Display balloon maker
Display design supervisor
Display designer
Display designer - museums and art
galleries
Display designers supervisor
Display officer - museums and art
galleries
Displays and controls design engineer
Disposal worker - warehouse
Dissolver-precipitator
Distance education program
co-ordinator
Distance education project officer
Distillation equipment helper
Distillation equipment helper - chemical
processing
Distillation foreman / woman chemical processing
Distillation operator
Distillation operator, petroleum
Distilled liquors rectifier - food and
beverage processing
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J171
J313
J131
J131
J171
J013
J171
A391
J171
J171
J171
J171
B415
H532
B116
A141
A141
B571
H214
H222
H222
A141
A141
A392
A392
A131
A141
A392
B415
A392
A141
C033
C141
A141
B415
H222
H222
A392
H731
H731
A331
C023
Distilled liquors stillman / woman food and beverage processing
Distiller helper - chemical processing
Distiller operator - soda ash processing
Distiller, wood distillation and charcoal
Distillery cooker - food and beverage
processing
Distillery foreman / woman
Distillery grinder operator
Distillery manager
Distillery press operator
Distillery presser
Distillery skimmer
Distillery yeast maker - food and
beverage processing
Distributing and scheduling
supervisor-steward - military
Distribution and maintenance worker utilities
Distribution and transport logistics
technician
Distribution and warehousing manager
Distribution centre manager
Distribution clerk
Distribution construction lineman
Distribution control operator
Distribution control operator - electrical
power systems
Distribution director
Distribution manager
Distribution manager, gas
Distribution manager, refined
petroleum products
Distribution manager - sales
Distribution manager - warehousing
Distribution network director - utilities
Distribution officer
Distribution operations manager utilities
Distribution operations manager warehousing
Distribution planning engineer,
electrical
Distribution planning technologist
Distribution services manager
Distribution supervisor
Distribution system dispatcher
apprentice - electrical power systems
Distribution system operator
Distribution systems director - utilities
Distributor, freight cars - railway yard
Distributor, railway cars
District administrator, income security government services
District agricultural specialist
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C023
E011
E011
B317
A331
A331
A331
A324
C031
A352
C022
H113
C124
A221
A331
G134
A301
A392
A301
A131
A131
A311
A311
A351
A312
C023
A301
G111
A323
A323
G621
C124
G131
H216
H821
C164
H611
H017
H611
H522
H822
F151
B534
B534
J171
H522
District agronomist
District and surrogate court judge
District court judge
District court registrar
District director, career development
and employment - government services
District director, professional
development and employment government services
District director, rural and Native
housing services - government services
District director, social services
District engineer
District fire chief
District forester
District gas serviceman / woman
District inspector - fisheries
District manager, canteen service
District manager - employment
insurance
District manager, grain elevator
District manager, insurance sales
District manager, irrigation
District manager, real estate sales
District manager, retail
District manager, sales (except
insurance and real estate)
District manager - telecommunications
District manager, telephone company
District police chief
District post office director
District representative, government
agricultural service
District sales manager, real estate
District sales representative - wholesale
District school assistant superintendent
District school superintendent
District sheriff
District supervisor - fisheries
District supervisor, insurance office
Districtman / woman telecommunications
Ditch cleaner - construction
Ditch construction inspector
Ditcher operator - construction
Ditching foreman / woman
Ditching machine operator
Diver
Diver helper
Diver, olympic sport
Dividend calculation clerk
Dividend calculation clerk - financial
sector
Dividing machine tender - food and
beverage processing
Diving contractor
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District
H522
A114
A352
B011
A341
A392
A373
A373
H019
G611
A131
F132
F131
J152
J152
H531
H121
H017
H811
H811
H812
H811
H811
D012
D012
D232
D232
D022
D022
D013
D232
D232
D012
D023
D023
D021
D021
D232
D023
D023
D023
D112
B514
F112
B552
B552
B311
B541
F011
F111
B513
C111
J316
Diving supervisor
Division administrative manager
Division chief - fire department
Division controller - accounting
Division librarian
Division manager - petroleum
distribution
Division superintendent, airline
Division superintendent, railway
Division supervisor, pest control
Divisional diving supervisor - police
Divisional sales manager
DJ (deejay) - turntablist
DJ (disc jockey) - broadcast
Dobby loom drawer-in
Dobby loom weaver
Dock builder-installer
Dock carpenter
Dock foreman / woman - marine cargo
Dock hand
Dockerman / woman - marine cargo
handling
Dockman / woman - truck transport
Dockworker
Dockworker - marine cargo handling
Doctor, family
Doctor, medical
Doctor of acupuncture
Doctor of Chinese medicine
Doctor of chiropractic
Doctor of chiropractic (DC)
Doctor of dental surgery
Doctor of homeopathic therapeutics
Doctor of homeopathy
Doctor of medicine (MD)
Doctor of naturopathic medicine
Doctor of naturopathy
Doctor of optometry
Doctor of optometry (OD)
Doctor of Oriental medicine
Doctor of osteopathic medicine
Doctor of osteopathy
Doctor of podiatric medicine (D.P.M.)
Doctor’s office nurse
Doctor’s office receptionist
Document restoration technician
Documentalist
Documentalist, business
Documentation and projects analyst
Documentation clerk
Documentation librarian
Documentation technician
Documents clerk
Documents examiner - applied
chemistry
Doffer
349
Dog
I011
G623
G923
A361
G923
A361
G923
G611
G923
G923
G623
G722
J228
J197
J228
F144
F127
F127
H211
I011
C021
A013
G412
G811
G931
H432
G983
H535
J161
H535
H432
H432
G942
G942
G961
G961
G961
J212
J212
J027
J228
J228
J212
J223
G983
350
NOC-S 2006
Dog breeder
Dog catcher
Dog groomer
Dog grooming establishment manager
Dog handler
Dog kennel manager
Dog master
Dog master - police
Dog master trainer
Dog trainer
Dog warden
Dogsledding guide
Doll assembly repairer
Doll hairstylist
Doll maker - manufacturing
Dollmaker, hand
Dolly operator - motion pictures and
broadcasting
Dolly pusher - motion pictures and
broadcasting
Domestic and rural electrician
Domestic animal breeder
Domestic animal scientist
Domestic banking operations
vice-president
Domestic cook
Domestic housekeeper
Domestic maid - cleaning services
Domestic refrigerator repairer
Domestic servant
Domestic sewing machine mechanic
Domestic sewing machine operator
Domestic sewing machine repairer
Domestic window air conditioner
mechanic
Domestic window air conditioner
repairer
Donut baker
Donut maker
Donut shop attendant
Donut shop clerk
Donut shop counter clerk
Door adjuster - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Door and deck lid adjuster - motor
vehicle manufacturing
Door and sash assembly foreman /
woman
Door and window assembler,
aluminum
Door assembler, aluminum
Door assembler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Door assembler, wood
Door attendant (except hotel)
J223
J212
J212
H821
J212
J223
H531
H531
H531
J223
J212
J223
G732
J223
J319
J193
G732
G983
B563
G011
G973
H821
F145
F145
J182
J182
J161
J161
J151
J151
J317
J171
J317
J317
J171
G961
G961
G961
J193
J193
Door finisher - wood products
manufacturing
Door fitter
Door fitter - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Door frame installer
Door hanger - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Door inspector, wood
Door installer
Door installer, aluminum
Door installer, residential
Door maker, wood
Door paneler - motor vehicle
manufacturing
Door patcher, wood - wood products
manufacturing
Door person - hotel
Door repairer, wood - wood products
manufacturing
Door sander
Door-hang machine operator woodworking
Doorkeeper, hotel
Doorman / woman (except hotel)
Door-to-door distributor
Door-to-door sales supervisor
Door-to-door salesperson
Dope machine operator - pipelines
Doper and marker
Doper - fabric products
Dot etcher
Dot etcher - printing
Double needle sewing machine
operator
Double needle sewing machine stitcher
Doubling machine operator - textile
manufacturing
Doubling machine tender - textile
manufacturing
Dough feeder - food and beverage
processing
Dough maker - food and beverage
processing
Dough roller
Dough weigher
Dough-kneading machine tender
Doughnut shop attendant
Doughnut shop clerk
Doughnut shop counter clerk
Dovetail machine operator woodworking
Dowel machine operator woodworking
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J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
J193
H326
I131
I132
I132
H611
C153
C153
C153
E121
E121
B511
C153
E121
E121
C153
C153
C153
C153
C155
C153
C155
C153
C153
C153
C153
C153
C153
C153
C153
C153
J141
H621
H533
H621
H821
H612
Dowel machine set-up operator woodworking
Dowel machine tender
Dowel pointer - woodworking
Dowelling mach