Gas Station Attendants are generally employed in automotive service stations. They sell fuel and other automotive products and carry out services such as cleaning, fueling, lubricating and performing small repairs to motor vehicles.

Example Job Titles of Gas Station Attendants
• Service Station Attendant
• Gas Station Attendant
• Marina Attendant
• Propane Gas Pump Attendant
• Propane Refueler
• Propane Tank Attendant

 

Job Description and Duties for Gas Station Attendant Resume

Gas Station Attendants perform some or all of the following duties:

• Run fuel pumps and fill fuel tanks of vehicles with gasoline or diesel fuel to particular levels
• Charge purchases to customers’ debit or credit cards and give customers with receipts
• Sell ready food, groceries, and vehicle related items
• Carry out minor repairs and maintenance of vehicles
• Wash windshields and check fluid levels and air pressure
• Replace tires, light bulbs and windshield-wiper blades
• Grease and oil vehicles or particular parts of automobiles
• Adjust brakes, replace spark plugs, and change engine oil and filters
• Prepare day by day reports of fuel, oil, and other sales
• Order stock, and price and shelve incoming goods
• Sanitize parking areas, offices, restrooms, and tools, and remove garbage
• Maintain customer records and follow up occasionally