Bring your talents to the citywide career fair

Britt Clampitt
brittany.clampitt@charlottenc.gov
4/4/2019
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (April 4, 2019) – The City of Charlotte invites job seekers from across Charlotte and beyond to explore exciting career options within city government and opportunities to make a difference in the community.
 
The City of Charlotte Career Fair​ will take place on April 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bojangles’ Coliseum, 2700 E. Independence Blvd. 
 
About the City of Charlotte Career Fair
 
Parking is available onsite. Bojangles’ Coliseum is accessible by the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) Monroe Road bus route 27. 
 
Available positions are listed on the city’s website and applicants are encouraged to apply in advance. As an added benefit, hiring managers will be at the fair to share open positions and conduct interviews. There will be a limited number of stations set up for those who want to apply online at the career fair.
 
How to prepare

  • Browse current openings. Go to charlottenc.gov/jobs and click “Browse Available Jobs.” From there, click on a position that interests you and apply. All openings can be discussed at the career fair. 
  • Bring copies of your resume, if applicable.
  • Bring information you may need for a specific job, such as employment history, job references or a digital copy of your resume, if applicable. Remember, there will be a place to apply at the career fair.
 
Why choose Team Charlotte?
 
The City of Charlotte is a great place to work and employees build strong communities where people live, work and play. The city also provides competitive health care, retirement and benefits packages. 
 
New employees will join a workforce of more than 8,000 members who serve the community through a variety of professions. 
 
Join an employer of choice. Find more information on charlottenc.gov/careerfair.
 
Event update as of April 8: Mecklenburg County will be in attendance recruiting for more than 200 vacancies. 
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