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Obtains all business licenses required to operate and offer a full product line to customers for both new store openings and relocations. These licenses include general business licenses based on gross receipts and inventory, beer and wine licenses, tobacco licenses, health permits, and other licenses as required. Researches, prepares, files, processes, and remits appropriate applications and payments to comply with the rules and regulations as prescribed in each jurisdiction for new licenses. Assists in maintaining various licensing and property tax databases. Conducts extensive tracking of project completion through specialized spreadsheets with respect to new store research and expected license dates. Reviews and redacts leases as required as part various specialized and regulated product applications. Prepares, reviews, and remits applications to include personal information of officers and field personnel where appropriate. Partners with field leadership and other SSC partners, vendors, and licensing officials to facilitate the competition of all store and manager level requirements related to selling alcohol and tobacco products. Partners with field leadership and SSC partners to transfer existing alcohol and tobacco to new locations during the relocation process. Assist Project Leader, Licensing Supervisor, and Licensing Manager with new license projections. Encouraged to provide recommendations for process improvements.
§ Researching, coordinating, preparing, processing, and remitting assigned license applications and payments to the appropriate jurisdictions.
§ Reviewing license renewals and tax payments for accuracy including any changes made based on historical and/or third party data.
§ Collaborating with the appropriate teams to gather sensitive information such as fingerprints, background checks, Officer and Field PII, redacting leases, site surveys, and coordinating hearing with field leadership and attorneys.
§ Coordinating regularly with third party legal counsel to obtain new licenses and work through issues.
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