Innovation and Technology Jobs

​Bring your innovation and technology skills to the Queen City

There are more than 44,000 information technology professionals working in the Charlotte area, which means plenty of opportunities to learn and grow.

And experts say the region is expected to add more than 8,000 IT jobs by 2025. From administration to operations, project management to security, the City of Charlotte has a place for you.

Click on the links at the top of this page to view open positions by category: administration, applications, information security, operations and project management.

Working in Charlotte

According to the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, there are 291 Fortune 500 operations and seven Fortune 500 headquarters in the Queen City. In 2014, Charlotte experienced the second-fastest population growth in the country, with 1,133 different companies in Mecklenburg County announcing the creation of 13,134 new jobs.

Charlotte also has a diversified economy. Although it is the second-largest banking center in the nation, controlling more than $1 trillion in assets, it is also a leader in manufacturing, technology, health care and small business.

But job opportunities aren't the only reason to come to the Queen City.

Living in Charlotte

Great weather, affordable housing, low taxes, strong cultural resources and highly rated public schools, colleges and universities are just a few of the reasons Charlotte has one of the highest in-migration rates in the United States.

And don't forget: location, location, location. Charlotte-Douglas International Airport means you're just a two-hour plane ride away from 60 percent of the U.S. population. Love the mountains or the beach? They're both just a few hours away by car.

Charlotte Named One of Most Technologically Innovative Cities in the Nation

Queen City ranked in the top 10 for commitment to public access to data, citizen engagement

The Center for Digital Government (CDG) named Charlotte one of the top 10 digital cities in the nation. The 15th annual Digital Cities Survey ranked Charlotte fourth among cities with populations of 500,000 or more for its commitment to using technology to improve citizen services, enhance transparency and encourage citizen engagement. Charlotte jumped five spots, from ninth place in 2015 to fourth place this year.

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