Liquor Industry Job Roles

If the prospect of working in one of our liquor stores appeals to you, take a moment to see what types of roles are available so you can get a feel for how Foodstuffs can add value to your life. Once you’ve familiarised yourself with the roles, make sure you hear from the people behind the job titles or search for a job.

Key Role Types:

Store Manager (Liquorland)

The key focus of the Store Manager is to ensure the smooth operations of the store on a day to day basis, and this is achieved by being consistent, responsible ,courteous and friendly to the Team members and customers alike. You’ll need experience in managing stock purchasing and control, systems as well as a fantastic knowledge of our products. If you can develop great relations with our customers, and can exceed their expectations, you will be successful.

Manager (Henry’s)

You will be maintaining stock, managing staff and, developing the company’s liquor business. In addition to the day-to-day requirements, managing means planning promotions, building relationships and maximising profitability. We aim to improve our market share by innovative promotional activity, proactive store work such as tasting and making sure our pricing levels are competitive.

Store person/Checkout (Henry’s)

When you take on this role, you're someone with drive and enthusiasm that can focus on our customers. You'll get to do lots of different jobs, including dealing with customers, shelf stocking and stock rotation, making up customers orders and keeping a high level of store presentation. We want to make sure our customers get what they are looking for each time they visit us, so you'll need great attention to detail, great people skills and you'll need to present yourself well.

Marketing Assistant

The Marketing Assistant takes care of day-to-day activities including email database communications, production of marketing materials, Yellow Pages management, website maintenance, and newspaper advertising. As you’ll be performing these tasks for the organization as a whole as well as the individual stores, you’ll need great time keeping skills, excellent attention to detail and a passion for creative processes. If you have the people skills to build good relationships with the Liquorland owner operators as well as external businesses such as the Advertising Agency, we would love to hear from you.