Wine sector manager - Salary and Career
Trade operators in stores and markets

Wine sector manager - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They sell goods in retail or wholesale establishments, helping customers to choose. Control incoming and outgoing goods. They promote the sale of goods, demonstrating their operation, offering them for tasting or distributing samples. They inform about their qualities and acquisition advantages. They display goods in an attractive way, at strategic points of sale, with price tags. They supply points of sale, gondolas and counters and serve customers in stores and markets. Inventory goods for replacement. Produce sales, promotions, demos and price research reports.

How much does an Wine sector manager earn

A Wine sector manager earns between $1.122 and $2.317 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.388 and a median salary of $1.320 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 637.167 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Wine sector manager

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.388 16.661 347 6
1º Quartile 1.122 13.462 280 5
Median Salary 1.320 15.840 330 6
3º Quartile 1.767 21.201 442 8
Higher Salary 2.317 27.799 579 11

Professional job categories

  • Service workers, trade sellers in stores and markets
    • sellers and trade service providers
      • sellers and demonstrators
        • trade operators in stores and markets

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Main workplaces

Trade operators in stores and markets they work as salaried employees, with a formal contract or as self-employed in commercial companies. The work environment is closed, except for the gas station attendant who usually works in the open. They work as a team, with permanent or occasional supervision, during the day, at night and in shifts. They remain standing for long periods. May be exposed to noise, varying temperatures and toxic material.

What does it take to work in the field of Trade operators in stores and markets

In general, for the exercise of the occupations of pharmacy attendant, merchandise demonstrator, sales promoter, merchandise repositor, retail seller and wholesale seller, elementary to high school education is required, which may vary according to the occupation. , fourth grade of elementary school for gas station attendant and up to fourth grade of elementary school for store and market attendant. The average time for professional performance is heterogeneous: three to four years for salespeople, one to two years for pharmacy clerk and less than one year for sales promoter, merchandise demonstrator and merchandiser no professional experience is required for the occupation store and market attendant.

Functions and activities of Wine sector manager

Trade operators in stores and markets must:

  • promote product sale;
  • display goods at points of sale;
  • promote the sale of products;
  • exhibit goods at points of sale;
  • sell products;
  • show products;
  • prepare goods for sale;
  • control entry and exit of goods;
  • control goods input and output;
  • communicate;
  • control input and output of goods;
  • control incoming and outgoing goods;
  • show products;
  • display merchandise in points of sale;
  • promote product sales;
  • service customers;
  • exhibiting goods in points of sale;
  • customer service;
  • prepare goods for sale;
  • work safely;
  • display merchandise at points of sale;
  • serve customers;
  • exhibiting goods at points of sale;
  • demonstrate personal skills;

  • Activities

    • distribute flyers;
    • transmit confidence;
    • putting labels on the shelves or shelves;
    • budget products for customers;
    • apply basic nursing notions;
    • instill confidence;
    • overcoming adverse situations;
    • notify the customer about promotions;
    • distribute product samples;
    • issue orders, invoices or invoices;
    • demonstrate credibility;
    • refuel vehicles;
    • take orders;
    • discard materials of proper disposal;
    • placing labels on the shelves or shelves;
    • demonstrate dynamism;
    • operate fire extinguisher;
    • check the quantity of goods;
    • sanitize preparation areas, equipment and utensils;
    • check goods by means of invoice and order;
    • inform prices and payment methods;
    • use hand tools and utensils;
    • isolate goods stacking areas;
    • examine the conditions of the goods (validity and physical condition);
    • open shipping packages;
    • handle sharp objects;
    • display products;
    • separate goods for balance sheet;
    • register entry and exit of goods;
    • demonstrate objectivity;
    • visit competition;
    • photograph points of sale;
    • alert customers about risks;
    • pack goods;
    • collect violated, out of place or expired goods;
    • flag sale goods;
    • visit customers;
    • deal with diversity;
    • approach customers;
    • demonstrate verbal communication skills;
    • transport goods;
    • collecting goods that have been violated, out of place or expired;
    • check price change list;
    • perform telesales;
    • demonstrate sensory ability (smell, taste);
    • communicate to the department manager about goods close to expiration;
    • operate equipment;
    • ensure the cleanliness of the display point;
    • describe product qualities and advantages;
    • replace goods at points of sale;
    • prepare products for tasting;
    • display the merchandise on sale;
    • inform product warranty time;
    • clean up the injection room;
    • orient customers;
    • storage goods in the warehouse;
    • request goods;
    • count goods;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • list goods for replacement;
    • collect information about product features and benefits;
    • offer free gifts;
    • fill in visit report;
    • organize the products according to the store layout;
    • negotiate points of sale;
    • supply counter;
    • fill in a report of customer approaches and suggestions;
    • participate in the definition of the layout of points of sale;
    • register customers;
    • define a place to display the goods;
    • fill in sales report;
    • drive customers to the desired merchandise;
    • notify the person in charge of the need to replace goods;
    • offer products for tasting;
    • work as a team;
    • check the list of merchandise on sale;
    • decorate points of sale;
    • offer products;
    • use disposable materials;
    • assist customers in proofing goods and products (clothes, shoes, makeup, etc.);
    • contact customers for possible charges;
    • communicate to the department manager about goods approaching expiration;
    • fill out price survey report;
    • identify customer needs;
    • demonstrate rhetorical ability;
    • handling sharp objects;
    • weigh goods;
    • suggest product options;
    • supply points of sale and shelves;
    • fill in the visit report;
    • return rejected goods;
    • search market prices;
    • receive goods;
    • split goods;
    • fill out product loss report;
    • request equipment maintenance;
    • check vehicle fluid level;
    • guide customers;
    • fill in the tasting and distribution report;
    • inform the customer about the delivery of the product;
    • putting labels on the shelves and/or shelves;
    • work as a team;
    • stock goods;
    • arrange goods in the warehouse;
    • keep the access corridors and fire extinguisher demarcation area free;
    • exchange goods;
    • changing vehicle fluids;
    • set up display points in stores and markets;
    • establish relationship with customers;
    • forward requests;
    • offer supplementary warranty;
    • pin promotional material;
    • tie into piles of goods;
    • label goods;
    • deal with the public;
    • remove promotional material;
    • check orders;
    • wear personal protective equipment (ppe);
    • deal with customer complaints and suggestions;

    Sectors that hire Wine sector manager the most in the job market

    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - supermarkets
    • resale predominant bakery and confectionery
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - minimarkets, grocery stores and warehouses
    • retailer of clothing and accessories
    • snack bars, tea houses, juice houses and the like
    • temporary labor lease
    • retailer of food products in general or specialized in food products
    • manufacture of bakery and confectionery products with predominance of own production
    • restaurants and similar
    • combined office and administrative support services

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