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Category: Trades, Transport and Equipment Operators

This category includes construction and mechanical trades, trades supervisors and contractors and operators of transportation and heavy equipment. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many occurring in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all of those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or other programs combined with on-the-job training. Progression to supervisory or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations.

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1.  Air Transport Ramp Attendants      (NOC Code: 7437)
  Air transport ramp attendants operate ramp-servicing vehicles and equipment, handle cargo and passenger baggage and perform other ground support duties at airports. They are employed by airline and air services companies and the federal government.
 
2.  Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors      (NOC Code: 7315)
  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.
 
3.  Appliance Servicers and Repairers      (NOC Code: 7332)
  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.
 
4.  Automotive Mechanical Installers and Servicers      (NOC Code: 7443)
  Workers in this group install replacement automotive 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.
 
5.  Automotive Painters      (NOC Code: 7322)
  Automotive painters prepare body surfaces on motor vehicles, and apply paint and other coatings. They are employed by automobile dealerships, automobile body repair shops and automobile appraisal centres.
 
6.  Automotive Service Technicians      (NOC Code: 7321)
  Automotive service technicians inspect, diagnose, repair and service mechanical, electrical and electronic systems and components of cars and light trucks. They are employed by motor vehicle dealers, garages and service stations, automotive specialty shops and retail establishments which have automotive service shops.
 
7.  Boat Operators      (NOC Code: 7436)
  Boat operators operate small boats or crafts to transport passengers or freight, sort and transport logs 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 and logging companies.
 
8.  Boilermakers      (NOC Code: 7262)
  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.
 
9.  Bricklayers      (NOC Code: 7281)
  Bricklayers lay brick, concrete block, 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.
 
10.  Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators      (NOC Code: 7412)
  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 municipal governments and private transportation companies. Streetcar, subway and light rail transit operators are employed by municipal governments.
 
11.  Cabinet Makers      (NOC Code: 7272)
  Cabinet Makers construct and repair wooden cabinets, furniture, fixtures and related products. They are employed by furniture manufacturing or repair companies, construction companies and cabinet making contractors or they may be self-employed.
 
12.  Cable Television Service and Maintenance Technicians      (NOC Code: 7247)
  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.
 
13.  Carpenters      (NOC Code: 7271)
  Carpenters construct, erect, install, maintain and repair structures and components of structures made of wood, wood-substitutes and other materials. They are employed by construction companies, carpentry contractors, maintenance departments of factories, plants and other establishments, or they may be self-employed.
 
14.  Commercial Divers      (NOC Code: 7382)
  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.
 
15.  Concrete Finishers      (NOC Code: 7282)
  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.
 
16.  Construction Electricians      (NOC Code: 7241)
  Constructions 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.
 
17.  Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers      (NOC Code: 7611)
  The following profile is based on interviews with labourers working as field assistant/ instrumentation persons in survey crews, flagpersons, roofer labourers and helpers in welding/fabrication, carpentry, general labour, cable installation, road building, painting and plumbing. Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers Construction trades helpers and labourers assist skilled tradespersons and perform labouring activities at construction sites. They are employed by construction companies and trade and labour contractors.
 
18.  Contractors and Supervisors of Heavy Construction      (NOC Code: 7217)
  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 (7371), Drillers and Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying and Construction (7372), Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane) (7421), Longshore Workers (7451), Material Handlers (7452), Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators (7422), Railway Track Maintenance Workers (7432) and Water Well Drillers (7373). They are employed in a wide range of establishments; places of employment are indicated in the above unit group descriptions.
 
19.  Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades      (NOC Code: 7215)
  This unit group includes carpentry and cabinet-making trade carpenters who own and operate their own businesses. This group also includes supervisors who supervise and coordinate the activities of workers classified in the following unit groups: Carpenters (7271) and Cabinetmakers (7272). They are employed by construction companies, carpentry contractors, maintenance departments or repair companies.
 
20.  Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications      (NOC Code: 7212)
  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 (7241), Industrial Electricians (7242), Power System Electricians (7243), Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers (7244), Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers (7245), Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers (7246) and Cable Television Service and Maintenance Technicians (7247). They are employed in a wide range of establishments; places of employment are indicated in the above unit group descriptions.
 
21.  Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades      (NOC Code: 7216)
  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) (731), Automotive Service Technicians (732) and Other Mechanics (733). They are employed in a wide range of establishments; places of employment are indicated in the unit group descriptions.
 
22.  Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades      (NOC Code: 7214)
  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 coordinate the activities of workers classified in the following unit groups; Sheet Metal Workers (7261), Boilermakers (7262), Structural and Platework Fabricators and Fitters (7263), Ironworkers (7264), Welders and Related Machine Operators (7265) and Blacksmiths and Die Setters (7266). They are employed by structural, platework and related metal products fabrication, manufacturing and erecting companies.
 
23.  Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers      (NOC Code: 7219)
  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 (728), Other Construction Trades (729) and Other Installers, Repairers and Servicers (744). 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.
 
24.  Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades      (NOC Code: 7213)
  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 (7251), Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers (7252) and Gas Fitters (7253). They are employed by construction companies, mechanical, plumbing and pipefitting trade contractors and maintenance departments of industrial, commercial and manufacturing establishments.
 
25.  Deck Crew, Water Transport      (NOC Code: 7433)
  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 including the armed forces.
 
26.  Delivery and Courier Service Drivers      (NOC Code: 7414)
  Delivery and courier service drivers drive automobiles, vans and light trucks to pick up and deliver various products. They are employed by dairies, drug stores, newspapers, take-out food stores, dry cleaners, mobile caterers and many other establishments.
 
27.  Elevator Constructors and Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7318)
  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.
 
28.  Engine Room Crew, Water Transport      (NOC Code: 7434)
  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 including the armed forces.
 
29.  Farm Equipment Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7312)
  Farm equipment mechanics repair, troubleshoot, adjust, overhaul and maintain mobile heavy-duty farm equipment. They are employed by farm equipment dealers and service establishments.
 
30.  Floor Covering Installers      (NOC Code: 7295)
  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.
 
31.  Gas Fitter      (NOC Code: 7253)
  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.
 
32.  Glaziers      (NOC Code: 7292)
  Glaziers cut, fit, install and replace glass and frames for glass in residential, commercial and industrial buildings, on exterior walls of buildings and other structures, furniture and other products. They are employed by construction glass installation contractors, retail service and repair shops and glass fabrication shops.
 
33.  Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane)      (NOC Code: 7421)
  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 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. Heavy equipment operator apprentices are included in this unit group.
 
34.  Industrial Electricians      (NOC Code: 7242)
  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.
 
35.  Industrial Mechanics (Millwrights)      (NOC Code: 7311)
  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.
 
36.  Insulators (Heat and Frost)      (NOC Code: 7293)
  Insulators (Heat and Frost) 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.
 
37.  Ironworkers (Generalist)      (NOC Code: 7264)
  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.
 
38.  Lathers (Interior Systems Mechanic)      (NOC Code: 7284)
  Lathers (Interior Systems Mechanics) 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.
 
39.  Lock and Cable Ferry Operators and Related Occupations      (NOC Code: 7435)
  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.
 
40.  Longshore Workers      (NOC Code: 7451)
  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.
 
41.  Machine Fitters      (NOC Code: 7316)
  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.
 
42.  Machinists      (NOC Code: 7231)
  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.
 
43.  Material Handlers      (NOC Code: 7452)
  This unit group includes workers who handle, move, load and unload materials by hand or by 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.
 
44.  Metal Fabricators (Fitters)      (NOC Code: 7263)
  Metal fabricators (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.
 
45.  Mobile Crane Operators      (NOC Code: 7371)
  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.
 
46.  Motor Vehicle Body Repairers (Metal and Paint)      (NOC Code: 7322)
  Motor vehicle body repairers (metal and paint) repair and restore damaged motor vehicle bodies as well as their collision-damaged mechanical and structural parts. Most motor vehicle body repairers work in private enterprises or are self-employed. Journeypersons may be employed by body shops, auto and truck dealerships, custom shops, and trucking and bus companies.
 
47.  Motorcycle and Other Related Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7334)
  Motorcycle and other related mechanics test, repair and service motorcycles, motor scooters, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. They are employed by service shops of motorcycle dealers and retailers and by independent service establishments.
 
48.  Oil Burner Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7331)
  Oil burner 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.
 
49.  Other Repairers and Servicers      (NOC Code: 7445)
  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 products specialty repair shops and service establishments.
 
50.  Other Small Engine and Equipment Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7335)
  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.
 
51.  Other Trades Helpers and Labourers      (NOC Code: 7612)
  The following profile is based on interviews with labourers working as field assistant/ instrumentation persons in survey crews, flagpersons, roofer labourers and helpers in welding/fabrication, carpentry, general labour, cable installation, road building, painting and plumbing. 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.
 
52.  Painters and Decorators      (NOC Code: 7294)
  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, building maintenance contractors, or they may be self-employed.
 
53.  Pest Controllers and Fumigators      (NOC Code: 7444)
  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.
 
54.  Plumbers      (NOC Code: 7251)
  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.
 
55.  Power Systems and Power Station Operators      (NOC Code: 7352)
  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.
 
56.  Powerline Technicians      (NOC Code: 7244)
  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.
 
57.  Printing Press Operators      (NOC Code: 7381)
  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.
 
58.  Public Works and Maintenance Labourers and Railway and Motor Transport Labourers      (NOC Code: 7621)
  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. 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.
 
59.  Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators      (NOC Code: 7422)
  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.
 
60.  Railway and Yard Locomotive Engineers      (NOC Code: 7361)
  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.
 
61.  Railway Carmen/women      (NOC Code: 7314)
  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.
 
62.  Railway Track Maintenance Workers      (NOC Code: 7432)
  Railway track maintenance workers operate machines and equipment to lay, maintain and repair railway tracks. They are employed by railway transport companies.
 
63.  Railway Yard Workers      (NOC Code: 7431)
  Railway yard workers regulate yard traffic, couple and uncouple trains and perform related yard activities. They are employed by railway transport companies.
 
64.  Recreation Vehicle Service Technicians      (NOC Code: 7383)
  Recreation vehicle service technicians repair or replace electrical wiring, plumbing, propane gas lines, appliances, windows, doors, cabinets and structural frames in recreational vehicles. They are employed by dealers and independent service shops.
 
65.  Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7313)
  Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics install and 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.
 
66.  Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers      (NOC Code: 7441)
  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.
 
67.  Roofers      (NOC Code: 7291)
  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.
 
68.  Sheet Metal Workers      (NOC Code: 7261)
  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.
 
69.  Sign Service/Installation Technicians      (NOC Code: 7441)
  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.
 
70.  Sprinkler System Installers      (NOC Code: 7252)
  Sprinkler System Installers fabricate, install, test, maintain and repair water, foam, carbon dioxide and dry chemical sprinkler systems in buildings for fire protection purposes. Sprinkler System Installers are employed by sprinkler system contractors, or they may be self-employed.
 
71.  Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators      (NOC Code: 7351)
  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.
 
72.  Steamfitter-Pipefitter      (NOC Code: 7252)
  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. Steamfitters and pipefitters are employed in maintenance departments of factories, plants and similar establishments, by pipefitting and sprinkler contractors, or they may be self-employed.
 
73.  Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations      (NOC Code: 7211)
  Supervisors in this unit group supervises and co-ordinate the activities of workers classified in the following unit groups: Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors (7231), Tool and Die Makers (7232) and Machining Tool Operators (9511). They are employed by metal products manufacturing companies and machine shops.
 
74.  Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit Operators      (NOC Code: 7222)
  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.
 
75.  Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations      (NOC Code: 7218)
  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.
 
76.  Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations      (NOC Code: 7221)
  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.
 
77.  Taxicab Drivers      (NOC Code: 7413)
  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 may be self-employed. Chauffeurs are employed by businesses, government and other organizations or by private individuals or families.
 
78.  Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers      (NOC Code: 7246)
  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.
 
79.  Textile Machinery Mechanics and Repairers      (NOC Code: 7317)
  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.
 
80.  Tilesetters      (NOC Code: 7283)
  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.
 
81.  Tool and Die Makers      (NOC Code: 7232)
  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.
 
82.  Transport Trailer Technicians      (NOC Code: 7321)
  Transport Trailer Technicians 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 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.
 
83.  Truck and Transport Mechanics      (NOC Code: 7321)
  Truck and transport mechanics inspect, diagnose, repair and service mechanical, structural, electrical and electronic systems and components of commercial transport trucks. They are employed by repair shops, large fleet maintenance companies, transportation and other companies which own and operate trucks.
 
84.  Truck Drivers      (NOC Code: 7411)
  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 or they may be self-employed.
 
85.  Water Well Drillers      (NOC Code: 7373)
  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.
 
86.  Waterworks and Gas Maintenance Workers      (NOC Code: 7442)
  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.
 
87.  Welders      (NOC Code: 7265)
  Welders operate welding equipment to weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals. 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.