More than a job
At Chick-fil-A Malvern, our Vision is to create remarkable experiences by caring for our guests, caring for our community, and caring for each other. We commit daily to living our core values of excellence, service, communication, and growth.
We offer more than just a job, but an opportunity to create and connect, an opportunity to develop and grow, an opportunity to positively influence all who come into contact with our remarkable restaurant and brand.
Clear vision, defined goals, brighter futures
At Chick-fil-A Malvern we are highly focused on servant leadership and team member experience. Our approach to building the business begins with building relationships. We truly value the genuine contributions and unique talents of our trusted team members. Kindness works here. Generosity works here. Opportunity works here...and so can you!
Reasons to join our TEAM:
Closed on Sundays
Health Care Benefits
Meet the Owner Operator
Chick-fil-A Malvern Operator, Chris Walsh grew up in South Jersey as the oldest of three children. During his school years, Chris’s family relocated to Exton, PA where his Father was selected to operate a Chick-fil-A franchise. While working in his Dad’s restaurant, Chris developed invaluable business skills and a passion for training and people development. Chris spent the next stage of his career traveling the country and strengthening his leadership skills while participating in over 20 Chick-fil-A restaurant grand openings. In 2009 a lifelong dream was fulfilled as Chris was selected to operate his own Chick-fil-A franchise.
Chris’s passions include community involvement, live music, Philly sports, the outdoors, leadership development, and family. Chris met his wife, Keri, originally from Mississippi, in 2014. They married in 2015 and welcomed twins, Sebastian and Magnolia, into the world in 2018. Chris and Keri are eagerly anticipating the arrival of their third child, expected in early 2020.
Keri and Chris are grateful for the opportunity to serve you. The Walshes are committed to building meaningful relationships and creating remarkable experiences for the Great Valley community at Chick-fil-A Malvern.
Why We're Closed on Sundays
“To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us and to have a positive influence on all who come into contact with Chick-fil-A.”
Our founder, Truett Cathy, made the decision to close on Sundays in 1946 when he opened his first restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia. Having worked seven days a week in restaurants open 24 hours, Truett saw the importance of closing on Sundays so that he and his employees could set aside one day to rest and worship if they choose—a practice we uphold today.