Street Vendors and Related Salespersons sell goods and services on established routes, door-to-door, and at street and market locations.
A Year 10 Certificate, Certificate I, or a short period of on-the-job training is sometimes needed, but is not necessary. Around one in two workers have Year 12 as their highest level of education.
- collecting goods and transporting them along established routes, to door-to-door areas, and to street and market locations
- displaying and demonstrating goods, and explaining the qualities of goods to customers
- informing customers of new goods and services
- receiving payments from customers and giving change
- recording transactions on customer receipts and sales records
- wrapping and packaging goods sold
- developing lists of prospective customers and calling on them to obtain new business
- ordering and purchasing goods for sale, and monitoring and maintaining stock levels
- may attract attention by playing music, singing and calling out goods and services for sale
- Cash Van Salesperson
- Door-to-door Salesperson
- Street Vendor
Cash Van Salesperson
Drives a van or light truck on established routes to sell goods and services.
Specialisations: Ice-cream Van Vendor, Milk Vendor
Sells goods or services from door-to-door.
Specialisations: Door-to-door Fundraising Collector, Party Plan Salesperson
Sells goods or services to customers at a street or market location.
Specialisations: Market Stall Vendor