State of Washington
LIQUOR STORE CLERK
Positions in this occupational category perform supervised duties of liquor store retail sales, stock keeping and maintenance of necessary records and reports.
New employees are instructed in the laws, rules, regulations, and policies governing the operation of a State-owned liquor store. After gaining the necessary experience and knowledge, all employees in this class wait on customers at the counter, and perform other required or assigned duties.
Assists in receiving incoming shipments, hand trucks liquor cases to storage areas, and stacks cases in storage area;
Arranges stock on shelves, replenishes supply, assists with inventories, and performs store maintenance and janitorial duties;
Assists in making up licensee and wholesale orders;
Receives customer orders, records sale by code number and unit price, collects money and makes change, and packages merchandise for the customer;
Handles change funds, cash transactions, and cash drawer balances using point of sale system;
Prepares and maintains necessary books of account; counts and verifies sales tickets and cash receipts;
Ascertains that legal requirements are met with regard to customer sobriety, and sales to persons of questionable age;
May open and close store, set up cash drawers or registers, make bank deposits, and perform records work as assigned;
May issue banquet permits and ID cards;
Assists in security measures;
Performs other duties as assigned.
Some positions must be a minimum of 21 years of age and acceptable for bonding.
Must be minimum of 21 years of age and acceptable for bonding.
NOTE: Some positions must be physically capable of lifting and stacking boxes or cases weighing approximately 50 pounds and standing for long periods of time.
Class Specification History
New class effective June 1, 2005; Liquor Store Clerk (replaces 06280 Liquor Store Clerk).