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Apply to These 10 Tech Companies Hiring in Charlotte

Apply to These 10 Tech Companies Hiring in Charlotte

Looking for jobs in Charlotte, North Carolina? Finding a tech job is a breeze with so many local employers on the scene. Whether you want to work within walking distance of 7th Street Public Market or in the hip NoDa neighborhood, chances are you’ll find a sweet gig in our great city. 

So, Queen City job seekers, get ready to check out these 10 tech companies hiring in Charlotte

Launched in Charlotte in 2014, is an e-commerce analytics and business intelligence software company. That’s a mouthful, but it means they help businesses by delivering intelligence, alerts, and automation to generate more revenue and cultivate a loyal customer base. Glew is a Kenzie Employer Partner and we love to see the work they do in Charlotte, filling a unique need in the business world. Go Glew! View openings on the LinkedIn page here


If you’re hunting for jobs in Charlotte, you’re likely already familiar with this company. Headquartered in Charlotte, LendingTree has been in business for more than 20 years. They’re an online loan marketplace empowering people in their life decisions through financial products such as auto loans, small business loans, personal loans, credit cards, and more. LendingTree is now hiring too! Apply to join their software engineering or product teams in Charlotte or sign up for their job alerts here


Charlotte-based Passport simplifies parking management and payments. It’s the only end-to-end digital operating system for managing parking enforcement, digital permitting, micro-mobility, and mobile pay parking. Through their innovative product, they hope to create better user experiences and customer relationships between companies and consumers. Are you someone who likes to challenge traditional solutions and look for new ways to solve problems? Then a job at Passport could be a good fit for you. Apply to be a Software Engineer or for another open position on the Passport job board here


Skookum is a team of strategists, designers, and engineers who help big-name brands like Lowe’s and Vans with user experience and app development. The end result is a transformed and empowered brand with a loyal customer base. Skookum has offices in Charlotte as well as in Atlanta and Denver. Apply to be part of their award-winning agency by checking out new listings on the Skookum job board. Then, you just might use your skills to do badass work on their product, sales, design, engineering, or digital strategy teams. 


Where do companies go when they’re looking to increase their revenue while maximizing performance and reducing operating costs? Easy. They go to Stratifyd in Charlotte. Stratifyd is an augmented intelligence platform that uses data insights to uncover a company’s hidden story. The company prides itself on being easier to understand and use than its competitors. And, it’s trusted by big brands like Capital One and Eli Lilly. Stratifyd’s company culture is based on learning and growth. Whatever your experience level, you can look into becoming part of this North Carolina company by applying for open roles here

SmartSky Networks 

Let your career in North Carolina take off with SmartSky Networks. The business provides an air-to-ground (ATG) WiFi network for aviation. SmartSky is always innovating and has 170 granted patents, with 90 more pending, to prove it. Learn more about what your career could look like with this North Carolina business by creating a job alert here.  


Charlotte-based visual collaboration company T1V creates hybrid collaboration software for education and enterprise markets. People love working here. The business even has the credentials to back it up— T1V was named one of the best places to work in Charlotte in 2019. They also offer competitive salaries and flexible hours. Ready to add T1V to your list of potential employers in Charlotte? Apply for a position by checking out new listings here


AvidXchange is solving a problem that’s super relevant to our remote world in Charlotte (and beyond). Their accounts payable automation software makes it easy to keep track of invoices and bill payments from anywhere in the world. So, you no longer need to rely on the overstuffed filing cabinet at the office. Their company culture is founded upon the ideals of liberation, empowerment, and flexibility. AvidXchange also allows employees to tailor benefits to meet their specific needs. If you want to take charge of your career at a company that values your unique needs, apply here


Are you a problem solver? Do you want to be part of tackling some of the biggest problems in data science? Find your next data analyst position at Charlotte-based Trestata. Tresata’s company values will impress the thoughtful applicant as they make a point to focus on being bold, loving, and creative. The company is known for its customer intelligence management software, though it has its hand in a few pots. Apply here


Payzer is among the top technology companies in the Charlotte area. They create end-to-end management software for contractors. This software helps contractors keep customer records, schedule work, notify customers of job progress, track hours, send invoices, receive payments, and so much more. They’re looking for positive people who want to work hard and grow in a fast-paced environment in South Charlotte. Sound like you? Apply for openings on their technology or quality assurance teams here

Want even more job searching resources so you can score a role at one of the top tech businesses or startups in the Charlotte metro area? Check out these tips to land a tech role in Charlotte during the COVID-19 pandemic. View upcoming Kenzie Academy events here

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Alexa Goins

Alexa Goins

Alexa Goins is the Content Marketer at Kenzie Academy. Before she joined the field of higher education marketing, she worked as a journalist and taught English in the South of France. When she’s not writing, you can find her reading non-fiction works, doing embodiment yoga, or planning her next trip to Paris. You can find more of her work at

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    November 1, 2020
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