Title: LICENSING REPRESENTATIVE II, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL Salary: $3,862.00 - $5,261.00 Posted: 12/12/2013
DUTIES: Under the supervision of a Staff Services Manager I, the incumbent is responsible for the technical services pertaining to the application and issuance of alcoholic beverage licenses including interpreting and explaining the provisions of the laws, rules and regulations of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act and Business and Professions Code; assist technical staff in responding to the more complex technical questions; provide instructions on licensing requirements to new licensees; conduct premise inspections and post premise inspection notices (some locations may be in high crime areas); review documents received for completeness and acceptability; report on findings; recommend issuance or denial of specific license applications; testify as a witness at administrative hearings; determine the legitimacy of applicants and business locations by reviewing applicant background and make on-site verification of locations; conduct reviews and audits of licensees to verify ownership structure; review all business records for compliance with Alcoholic Beverage Control rules, regulations and standards; as well as other routine duties not requiring peace officer powers.
A background investigation and fingerprinting are required before a candidate can be appointed to this position.
WHO MAY APPLY: Current State employees in this classification or lateral transfers from an equivalent classification, former State employees who can reinstate into this classification or persons who are on a current employment list for this classification are eligible to apply. All appointments are subject to SROA/Surplus/Reemployment provisions. Applicants must clearly indicate the basis for eligibility on their “State Application” form (Std. 678).
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