Street/Park Cleaner Kaitahitahi Papa Rēhia/Huarahi

Street/park cleaners clean and maintain public areas like streets, parks and buildings.

Street/park cleaners may do some or all of the following:

  • collect rubbish and empty bins
  • sweep and clean paved areas, by hand or with a streetsweeper vehicle
  • clean restrooms and other public facilities
  • mow lawns and take care of gardens
  • clear gutters and unblock drains
  • clean and maintain tools, equipment and vehicles.

Physical Requirements

Street/park cleaners need to have a good level of fitness. They also need to have good eyesight (with or without corrective lenses) if they operate vehicles.

Useful Experience

Useful experience for street/park cleaners includes:

  • driving heavy vehicles
  • cleaning
  • any work involving manual labour.

Personal Qualities

Street/park cleaners need to be:

  • able to work alone
  • organised
  • reliable and hardworking.

Useful Experience

Useful experience for street/park cleaners includes:

  • driving heavy vehicles
  • cleaning
  • any work involving manual labour.

Subject Recommendations

There are no specific secondary education requirements to become a street/park cleaner.

Street/Park Cleaners can earn around $19-$26 per hour per year.

Street/park cleaners can progress to:

  • become team leaders or managers
  • start their own business.
Street/Park Cleaner

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