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Office Location:

Judge Clifton E. Johnson Building
700 E. Fourth St.
Suite 220
Charlotte, NC 28202
Hours: Mon-Fri  8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Contact

Employee Services Center
704-432-6947

​​Highlighted Careers


Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer

Mecklenburg County is looking for a Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer! The Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer is responsible for the County’s efforts to advance a countywide equity and inclusion framework of normalizing, organizing and operationalizing to examine and improve internal policies, practices, and systems to eradicate any structural and/or institutional racism that may exist in County government. As a Director-level position in the County Manager’s Office and as a member of the Managers’ Cabinet, the Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer oversees the Office of Equity and Inclusion and leads through community partnerships, policy analysis and development, trainings, data collection, as well as stronger accountability measures for County departments to achieve better outcomes for all.  View the brochure for more details. Qualified candidates please click here to submit your resume and application.

Chief Financial Officer

Mecklenburg County is looking for a Chief Financial Officer! The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) leads the Financial Services Department and reports directly to the Deputy County Manager for Financial Services. The Chief Financial Officer will lead a department with an annual budget of $14.6 million and approximately 140 employees. The Financial Services Department serves as a strategic partner in support of all County missions, with responsibility for all financial services, including general accounting, payroll, investments, treasury functions, grants, financial reporting, the capital improvement program, budgetary compliance, providing fiscal and budget staff support for departments, and procurement.  The CFO is accountable for proactively directing the Financial Services Department, including its assets and resources. The CFO is also a member of the Manager’s Cabinet. As required by NC General Statutes, this position functions as the County’s Finance Officer, who is legally responsible for establishing the accounting system, controlling expenditures, managing cash and other assets, and preparing financial reports. View the brochure for more details. Qualified candidates please click here to submit your resume and application.

Clerk to the Board

Mecklenburg County is looking for a Clerk to the Board! The incumbent is responsible for managing and supervising the Clerk’s Division of the County Manager’s Office providing a very high level of administrative support to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC), the County Manager and other County officials. The Mecklenburg BOCC’s vision for the community can be summed up as “Mecklenburg County will be a community of pride and choice for people to LIVE, LEARN, WORK, and RECREATE.” To carry out this vision, county services are provided to meet the community’s priorities, as defined by the BOCC, and funded through property taxes, local sales taxes, fees, and other sources. The Board’s primary responsibilities are to adopt an annual budget, set a property tax rate, and establish priorities to address the County’s needs, especially in the areas of health, education, welfare, and mental health. The Board’s priorities are carried out by a staff of almost 6,000 employees led by the County Manager who is appointed by, and reports to, the BOCC. View the brochure for more details. Qualified candidates please click here to submit your resume and application.

Division Director of Economic Services

Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services (DSS) is looking for a Division Director of Economic Services! Mecklenburg County DSS, a department within the county’s Consolidated Health and Human Services (HHS) organization, promotes self-reliance, self-sufficiency, and works to prevent abuse, neglect, dependency and exploitation of vulnerable individuals, children, and their families. The DSS’s Economic Services Division manages the delivery of health and human-related services for our most vulnerable citizens in Mecklenburg County, specifically our children, elderly, disabled, and low-income families. Economic Services is responsible for administering the following programs: Food and Nutrition Services (SNAP), Work First (TANF), Medicaid and Employment Services. The Economic Services Director leads the Economic Services Division (ESD) which employs approximately 650 employees and has fiscal oversight of an approximately $75 million budget. Qualified candidates, please submit your resume and application.

Nursing

There are lots of opportunities for nurses to work in different capacities with the County. Nursing positions range from more administrative roles like Director of Nursing in Public Health to working directly with clients in our clinics and even include a more educational setting interacting with children as a school nurse just to name a few. Many positions also offer part time or even nine-month positions. Take a look at our open positions here. To hear more about what it's like to work as nurse in public health, take a look at what Jeanne has to say.

Information Technology Services

In an evolving field like information technology, the County works to stay on top of new industry innovations. Career opportunities in IT range from security, and technical services to things like service development and service strategy and planning. If you're looking for an organization to that supports new technology and how to approach it, take a look at some of the jobs we have available here. To hear more about what it's like to work for the County in an IT position, take a look at what James has to say.

Social Work and Child Welfare Specialist

If your passion is working with people and families helping them to be successful and feel supported, there is no better place to work than the County. As an organization, we employ over 250 Child Welfare Specialists in Youth and Family Services, and over 200 social workers in several departments including, Adult services, Economic Services, Public Health, Women Infant and Children Services, Community Support Services, and more. As a social worker or Child Welfare Specialist with the County you can customize your career to align with your passion. Explore our open positions here.

Code Enforcement

Some people prefer to work in an office environment and others like more variety and change in environment. County code enforcement officials get to do (and see!) something different every day. Working "in the field" and on the go no two days are alike. A career in this field has some added bonuses – like the opportunity to get to see some incredible commercial buildings and beautiful private residences and getting to know County residents. We even offer a program called Building with Our Veterans through Community Support Services that recruits military veterans who have building safety experience and construction skills. The program includes on the job training and education through Central Piedmont Community College. You can take a look at the opportunities available in code enforcement here.

Finance

Working in a multi-faceted industry like finance, there are a variety of positions available that cater to different skills and interests. The County offers traditional finance roles like budgetary compliance and payroll and more niche opportunities like working in procurement or with grant funding.  County offers multiple positions for you to pair with your financial expertise and interest. Learn more about what opportunities are currently available here

Address

Office Location:

Judge Clifton E. Johnson Building
700 E. Fourth St.
Suite 220
Charlotte, NC 28202
Hours: Mon-Fri  8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Contact

Employee Services Center
704-432-6947

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