Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Pilot Flying J is the largest operator of travel centers in North America with more than 750 locations throughout the United States and Canada and employs more than 24,000 Team Members. Pilot Flying J services over a million guests every day.
Founded by James Haslam II, the first Pilot gas station was opened in Gate City, Virginia, in 1958. After more than four decades of rapid growth, expansion and partnership, Pilot and Marathon Oil Company entered an agreement to form Pilot Travel Centers in 2001.
Over the years, Pilot Travel Centers experienced significant growth and expanded internationally, opening its first travel center in Canada in 2006. In 2007, Pilot bought Marathon Petroleum’s shares and entered a new partnership with CVC Capital Partner in 2008. Two years later, Pilot Travel Centers and Flying J Inc. entered an agreement, officially creating Pilot Flying J on July 1, 2010.
Pilot Flying J is a family-owned and operated business. While much has changed over the last fifty-plus years, Pilot Flying J stands by the same principles upon which it was founded decades ago: integrity, customer service and valuing team members.
The IT Business Analyst II will maintain productive relationships with business stakeholders, built on a detailed understanding of our business operations, processes, people, systems, and priorities. This individual will document our stakeholders’ requirements for technology changes to systems, data, processes, and workflows. The IT Business Analyst II will also work with application developers and vendors to review requirements, approaches, timelines, and costs. They will serve as a subject matter expert to the application developers and vendors who are building new capabilities, and work with technology and/or business teams to test the developed functionality. This role works closely with other business analysts, application developers, vendors, and stakeholders through each stage of the software development lifecycle and demonstrates existing and new functionality to our stakeholders. This role requires a driven and detail-oriented analyst who can partner effectively at all levels of the organization, lead projects, drive results, as well as proactively identify and resolve problems.
The IT Business Analyst II must possess excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to effectively present information to all levels in the organization, including senior executives.
Pay Rates Starting between: $80,000 - 95,000 / year