Auto Parts Clerks

(NOC 1522)
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What do Auto Parts Clerks do?

Storekeepers and partspersons sort, store and issue parts and supplies for use by the establishment in which they work and for sale to the public.

How to become: Auto Parts Clerks

You usually need a high school diploma and may need some specialized training after high school, along with some work experience. To be a parts clerk, you may need a three-year apprenticeship program or specialized high school training and a one-year college course. Trade certification is available but voluntary in all provinces, except in Ontario. British Columbia offers a three-year apprenticeship program and voluntary certification for industrial engines / equipment partsperson. Interprovincial trade certification (Red Seal) is also available to qualified parts clerks. With experience, you may move up the ranks to become a supervisor. Most recent entrants have a high school diploma, and almost 3 in 10 have a trade / vocational certificate or community college diploma.

Where to study for a career as: Auto Parts Clerks

Durham College
Oshawa, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Office Administration - General Certificate
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Algonquin College
Ottawa, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Office Administration - General Certificate
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Centennial College
Toronto, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Office Administration - General Certificate; Online
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Vancouver Island University
Nanaimo, British Columbia, CA

Related Program(s):
Office Administration Certificate
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Nipissing University
North Bay, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Human Resources Management Certificate
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Modified on January 26, 2022

How much do Auto Parts Clerks make?

Low:
$33,280
Average:
$49,254
High:
$73,008

Job openings for Auto Parts Clerks

Job Seekers:
17,500
Job Openings:
15,700