Liquor Store Manager Salary in Orlando, Florida

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Average Salary for Liquor Store Manager in Orlando, Florida

The average salary of a(n) Liquor Store Manager in Orlando, Florida is $42,317.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Liquor Store Manager in Orlando, Florida is $20.34.

The average bonus of a(n) Liquor Store Manager in Orlando, Florida is $1,337.00.

Job Description:

Coordinates activities of workers engaged in selling alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises: estimates and orders foodstuffs, liquors, wines, or other beverages, and supplies. Interviews, hires, trains, and discharges workers. Adjusts customer's complaints concerning service, food, and beverages. Inspects establishment and observes workers and patrons to ensure compliance with occupational, health, and safety standards and local liquor regulations. May plan and arrange promotional programs and advertisement. May hire entertainers. May be designated according to kind of establishment managed as manager, beer parlor; manager, cocktail lounge; manager, night club; manager, tavern. Less

Coordinates activities of workers engaged in selling alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises: estimates and orders foodstuffs, liquors, wines, or other beverages, and supplies. Interviews, hires, trains, and discharges workers. Adjusts customer's complaints concerning service, food, and beverages. Inspects establishment... More

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