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Location: Sheetz Corporate - PITTSBURGH, PA
We sell hot dogs, beer, gas, and a bunch of other things, but were really in the business of convenience and that should resonate with you. At Sheetz, we have a history of making our customers lives easier. We pioneered self-service touch screens for ordering food. We rolled out our industry leading Sheetz mobile app long before curbside pickup was around. Although were not a tech company, technology has been at the forefront of our success. And who makes that happen? You do!
Building, integrating and supporting the cutting-edge applications that power 600+ stores, 22,000 employees and millions of customers isnt an easy job, but thats why we do it! And we do it in an award-winning culture thats casual and fun. If youre looking for a Made to Order career, hit that APPLY button and lets chat!
All team members are remote due to the pandemic, keeping our employees safe is most important to us. After we transition back to office work when it's safe, we do have the option for remote work arrangements for candidates living within our 6 state footprint.
What youll do:
The Network Operations Technologist provides advanced level LAN, WAN, Wireless, and Voice design, administration, change planning, integration, and troubleshooting capabilities. The Network Operations Technologist takes ideas from planning, through development, enlisting help for planning and deployment of communication solutions.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (other duties may be assigned)
Experience youll bring:
(Equivalent combinations of education, licenses, certifications and/or experience may be considered)
Tools & Equipment
How youll grow:
We are an innovator in our space and we want to make sure you can keep doing that. We are happy to send you to conferences and continuing education to make sure you continue to be the expert in your field.
We also provide employee training programs to continue your growth in your field while here. We believe theres always room to learn and we offer opportunities to gain hands on experience. Our employees are always encouraged to explore new opportunities, especially within our organization.
We have all the perks you would expect from a leading employer, such as medical, dental & vision, in addition to that we have:
Sheetz, Inc. is a fast-growing, family-owned, food/convenience company that has been in business since 1952. Sheetz has over 600 locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina.
Our mission at Sheetz has been to meet the needs of customers on the go. Of course, things have changed over those nearly 70 years. Life is faster and busier, and customers expect us to be there when they need us most. One thing that hasn't changed is our commitment to our customers, our employees and the communities in which we operate. Sheetz donates millions of dollars every year to the charities it holds dear.
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