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Street/park cleaners clean and maintain public areas such as streets, parks and buildings.
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There are no specific secondary education requirements to become a street/park cleaner.
Useful experience for street/park cleaners includes:
Street/park cleaners may do some or all of the following:
Street/park cleaners need to have knowledge of:
Street/park cleaners usually earn
To become a street/park cleaner, you usually need to have a Class 1 driver's licence.
If you drive streetsweeper trucks, you need to have:
Opportunities for street/park cleaners are limited because:
According to the Census, 177 street/park cleaners worked in New Zealand in 2018.
Street/park cleaners may work for:
Street/park cleaners may progress to set up their own business, or move into management roles.
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.
Street/park cleaners need to be:
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