Field Communications Supervisor

McDonald's Corporate - Nashville, TN3.6

Full-timeEstimated: $65,000 - $95,000 a year
McDonald’s is proud to be one of the most recognized brands in the world, with restaurants in over 100 countries and billions of customers served each year. As the global leader in the food service industry, we have a legacy of innovation and hard work that continues to drive us. Today, we are growing with velocity and are focused on modernizing our experiences, not to make a different McDonald’s but to build a better McDonald’s.

We are a people business just as much as we are a restaurant business. We strive to be the most inclusive brand in the world by building complementary teams who craft delicious, feel good moments that are easy for everyone to enjoy. Joining McDonald's means thinking big daily and preparing for a career that can have impact around the world.

The Field Communications Supervisor drives the success of the McDonald’s System by providing communication and advisory support at the Field Office level. If you have proven skills as a communicator and are particularly adept at managing critical relationships and providing strategic counsel to senior stakeholders, this could be the role for you!
This position reports to the Manager of Internal Communications, based in Chicago, IL and will directly support the local field office in the respective market.


Communication Strategy Development and Execution
  • Coordinate with the US Internal Communications team on national communication strategy development and execution.
  • Align local communication activities with national strategy and messaging.
  • Develop communication content related to Field Office-specific information that materially drives Operator performance within their restaurants.
  • Tie into national communication tracking, screening, and sequencing processes.
  • Support the distribution of communication at the Field Office and Co-Op level.
Provide Strategic Counsel and Advice to Leadership and Key Audiences
  • Equip Franchise Business Partners to communicate with Operators through individual coaching conversations and development and sharing of communication materials.
  • Provide communication counsel to the Field Office Vice President, Operator leadership, and Franchise Business Partners.
Manage Critical Stakeholder Relationships
  • Develop and execute a comprehensive Field Office-level Communications Cadence for each Co-Op that aligns with the national connection points. This includes but is not limited to Operator leadership calls, meetings, and other briefings.
  • Build and grow solid relationships throughout the Field Office, Co-op, and the Operator community and drive the relationship management process.
  • Stay ahead of issues through ongoing engagement with key partners across the organization (e.g., Marketing, Deployment, HR).
  • Participate in regular calls and meetings with US Communications.
Meeting Planning and Participation
  • Support the strategic planning and execution of internal events (e.g., Operator Summits).
  • Travel to national meetings and planning sessions as needed.
Minimum Requirements

  • Strong advisory skills with the ability to be peer-like with and offer credible advice to senior leaders.
  • Eye for business with a demonstrated ability to understand the needs and concerns of individual franchisees and the broader Company strategy, and how to use communication to get results.
  • The capacity to thrive in dynamic environments, while being flexible, collaborative, and reliable.
  • Exceptional relational skills and the capability to build advisory relationships in a corporate environment.
  • Experience in project management and event execution.
  • Excellent l speaking, writing, and editing skills.
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