State of Washington
RETAIL ASSISTANT MANAGER 1
Class Series Concept
Positions in this occupational category manage or assist in the management of the daily operation of a state-owned liquor store.
Positions perform as the principal assistant to the manager of a small to medium sized state owned-store with sales averaging below 17,000 adjusted units per month. A basic unit is (1) one bottle or (2) one four or six pack of beer or (3) one can of cocktail mix or (4) one package (prepackaged such as for gift giving) or (5) seven mini bottles or (6) ten lottery tickets. An adjusted unit is defined as one basic unit sold individually or two-thirds of a basic unit sold as part of a licensee order or one-third of a basic unit sold as part of a military order. Unit count is evaluated annually covering a 12-month period.
Prepares daily store reports, status reports and requisitions for stock and supplies;
Checks in cash from store clerks; accurately balances cash and sales slips at end of shift and end of the day;
Opens and closes store; set up cash drawers and makes bank deposits; handles petty cash;
Conducts spot checks of stock and monthly inventories; supervises and participates in receiving and shipping merchandise and supplies;
Instructs and trains new employees;
Assists in receiving incoming shipments, and trucks liquor cases to storage areas, and stacks cases in storage area.
There may be instances where individual positions must have additional licenses or certification. It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure the appropriate licenses/certifications are obtained for each position.
Some positions must be a minimum of 21 years of age and acceptable for bonding. Some positions must be physically capable of lifting and stacking boxes or cases weighing approximately 50 pounds and standing for long periods of time.
A high school diploma or GED certificate AND six months of retail selling or buying work experience.
Class Specification History
New class replaces 06300 Liquor Store Assistant Manager 1; effective June 1, 2005.