Chick-fil-A Careers and Jobs

Restaurant Manager

Rate of pay$45000 - 55000 per year

A restaurant management position at our Chick-fil-A entails overseeing the daily operations of the restaurant, ensuring exceptional customer service, and managing a team of employees. Here's a breakdown of the role, responsibilities, work experience, education, and skills required for a management position at Chick-fil-A:


Restaurant managers at Chick-fil-A are responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the restaurant's operations, including customer service, food quality, employee training and development, financial performance, and compliance with company policies and procedures. They play a critical role in creating a positive work environment, fostering teamwork, and delivering an outstanding dining experience for guests.


  1. Provide leadership and direction to the restaurant team, including hiring, training, scheduling, and performance management.
  2. Ensure compliance with Chick-fil-A's standards for food quality, safety, cleanliness, and customer service.
  3. Manage inventory levels, ordering supplies, and controlling food and labor costs to meet budgetary goals.
  4. Monitor and analyze financial performance metrics, such as sales, expenses, and profitability, and take corrective actions as needed.
  5. Develop and implement strategies to drive sales growth, increase customer satisfaction, and improve operational efficiency.
  6. Foster a positive work culture by promoting teamwork, communication, and employee engagement.
  7. Handle customer inquiries, feedback, and complaints promptly and effectively to ensure customer satisfaction.
  8. Stay updated on industry trends, market conditions, and competitive landscape to identify opportunities for improvement and innovation.

Work Experience:

Restaurant management positions require previous experience in a leadership or management role within the food service industry. This may include experience as an assistant manager, shift leader, or similar position, preferably within a fast-paced and customer-focused environment.


High school diploma or equivalent required, associate's degree or higher preferred.


  1. Strong leadership and interpersonal skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate a team.
  2. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, to effectively communicate with employees, customers, and other stakeholders.
  3. Solid organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously.
  4. Financial acumen and the ability to analyze financial data, develop budgets, and make data-driven decisions to achieve business objectives.
  5. Problem-solving and decision-making skills to address challenges and resolve issues in a timely and effective manner.
  6. Adaptability and flexibility to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic work environment.
  7. Commitment to Chick-fil-A's core values and customer-centric approach to business.

Overall, restaurant management positions at Chick-fil-A require individuals who are passionate about delivering exceptional customer service, leading a team, and driving business results. With the right combination of experience, education, and skills, individuals can excel in management roles and contribute to the success of the restaurant and our ability to make a difference in the communities in which we live and serve.

Chick-fil-A - Tucker Hugh Howell

4435 Hugh Howell Rd, Tucker, GA, 30084

This job posting is for an opportunity at a Chick-fil-A® Restaurant business independently owned and operated by a local franchised Operator. If you choose to apply for this position, you understand and acknowledge that your application and any information included with it will only be submitted to the Operator. Chick-fil-A, Inc. will not receive a copy of your employment application and will not be involved in any decisions regarding whether to hire you. If you are hired for this position, you also understand and acknowledge that the Operator’s restaurant business will be your employer, not Chick-fil-A, Inc., and that the Operator is solely responsible for all decisions related to your employment, including hiring, firing, discipline, compensation, scheduling and supervision.