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Marketing Coordinator

At Chick-fil-A, the Marketing Coordinator role is more than just a job, it’s an opportunity. In addition to working directly for an Independent Operator, team members gain life experience that goes far beyond serving a great product in a friendly environment. Chick-fil-A is a great opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds, and no experience is necessary.

We are seeking individuals to be a part of our rewarding team. Applicants must be hard working, fast moving, responsible, and quick thinking. They should also exhibit the ability to go the extra mile and make personal connections with every guest.

The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for:

  • Maintaining relationships with all partner organizations.
  • The maintenance, repair, organization, cleanliness, use and storage of the myriad marketing materials used in our endeavors—including event tents, cows, marketing closet, banners, signs, etc.
  • Fielding requests for donation, car washes, and birthdays and other forms of assistance, and tactfully accepting or declining all requests in a timely fashion.
  • Planning and executing marketing events (Spirit Nights, 5th Tuesday, Special Events/Themed Nights, Market wide events, and Corporate events).
  • Working with other Directors to ensure adequate scheduling for all Marketing Events.
  • Weekly sampling schedule, second-mile service, bulletin board, community board, ensure POP is correct, ensuring menu boards are correct, and the upkeep of flowers and decorations.
  • Ordering all marketing materials including but not limited to: CARES cards, Facebook posts, Facebook boosts, Nutritional guides, PALS, BOGs, & plush cows.
  • Growing sales inside the Restaurant at least 5% including suggestive selling, sampling and recommending contests.
  • Catering champion and ensuring he/she is in the community 3-4 days a week .
  • Ensuring Raving Fans Behind the counter is being fully executed (ie: Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc).

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The Marketing Coordinator should:

  • Work Part-time and some hours worked will be operational. 
  • Maintain Restaurant calendar.
  • Should be able to make decisions about assisting other organizations based on our Restaurant’s vision, and honestly and tactfully communicate our decision to the appropriate organization. 
  • Attend the Leadership Meeting & Operator/RMD meeting bi-weekly and be prepared to discuss the scheduling and production needs for any and all marketing activities.
  • Should be flexible with the expectations required by the role, as they may change seasonally
  • Utilize and execute facebook and Restaurant website.


  • Must have a High School degree.
  • Must have at least 1 year of Marketing experience.
  • Must be a self-starter
  • Must be able to work a variety of shifts including Saturdays.
  • Must have excellent organizational skills as well as e proficient in time management. 
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Must have reliable transportation.
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