Location: (Multiple states)

Department: Customer Service

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

It’s Just Lunch Matchmakers

Imagine that every day you had the opportunity to potentially change someone’s life forever.  Now imagine that helping change that person’s life also allowed you to do it professionally.  Sound good?  Well then great news, we are hiring! We are looking for Matchmakers to join our growing team!

Promotion to Matchmaker

It’s Just Lunch promotes from within to fill our Matchmaker positions to ensure that our team members are trained and equipped to provide premier dating services and are dedicated to creating successful matches for our clients. Our fantastic Dating Coordinator training program is designed to transform you into a matchmaking guru with potential to become a Matchmaker in as little as 3 months!

Ideal Candidate for Promotion

You must be passionate about helping others find their special someone, and enthusiastic about giving our clients the best experience possible.  This requires a positive and energetic attitude and excellent communication skills, especially over the phone.  In addition, you need to have been in a customer service and/or sales role for at least two years, ideally working with professional, upscale clientele.  You should be self-motivated, goal oriented and bonus driven with great organization and attention to detail. 

Opportunity Overview

From your very first call, you will start changing lives forever!  From scheduling and confirming dates, scheduling our clients for their personal interview and dating coaching sessions, obtaining feedback on how dates went, and using your creativity and vision to make a client’s profile come to life, you will have a huge impact on our clients dating experience. 

Life at It’s Just Lunch

Some of the best things about working at It’s Just Lunch is the culture and environment.  We all work as a team and celebrate each other’s success.  Through our monthly employee contests, there is an abundance of opportunity to receive bonus and prizes which maximize your earnings potential.

We are so dedicated to having you love to come to work every day that we formed a committee called the Fun Shine Group who focus on making sure we have fun! We work Monday through Friday from 10 am - 7 pm, or 12pm - 9pm – no late nights, travel or weekends required. 

Compensation & Benefits of Working for It’s Just Lunch

The starting rate is $12 an hour as a Dating Coordinator plus bonuses. You will have the opportunity to advance into a Matchmaker in as little as 3 months with pay starting at $15 per hour plus increased opportunity for bonuses. A successful Matchmaker earns an average of $45,000 per year with their bonus potential; however the earning potential is uncapped! Of course we also offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability, paid time off and a 401K, but the benefits are so much more than that.  It’s coming into the office everyday knowing that you are helping people.  It’s the support and camaraderie that come from working with a team who is passionate about what we do.  And it’s the feeling you get when you hear that a date went really well and finding out later that the couple is engaged and knowing you played a part in changing that couples lives forever. 


Our Corporate Office is a beautiful, chic office space located in Miramar. It’s a secure building with ample parking and many amenities nearby. There are many great places to eat and shop that are near the office and only a few blocks away from Pembroke Gardens Mall. You can find us at: 14471 Miramar, Parkway, Suite 401, Miramar, FL 33027.

About It’s Just Lunch

We have been helping singles date for the last 27 years and are the #1 personalized matchmaking service.  We have clients in 150 locations that span over 5 countries and have arranged over 2 million first dates.  Learn more about us here. 

Next Steps

If you are a Customer Service Professional with experience working with high end clientele and want to help change lives forever, please apply by clicking the link below.  Your application will be reviewed, and if qualifications are met, we will contact you within 5-7 days. 

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