Nursing Jobs in Charlotte, North Carolina

BAYADA Home Health has a PER DIEM Weekend opening for a Registered Nurse (RN) to perform  home health  visits  for our  Charlotte Visits office.  This office services clients on a per visit basis throughout Mec... more
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Description Full-Time (40hrs)  Monday-Thursday 8 am-5 pm / Friday 8 am-12 pm The Certified/Registered medical assistant will provide support to the front and back office to ensure the clinic will operate effic... more
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Overview Join Our Team as a Weekend On-Call RN Do you value the time you spend with your patients? Is it important to you that your patients and their families know and feel that you are with them? We are looking... more
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Overview Become a Hospice Nurse Practitioner with Agape Care Group Do you value the time you spend with patients? Are you committed to providing quality, compassionate care? We are looking for nurse practitioners to... more
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Overview This position is Sign-On Bonus eligible. In addition to the sign-on bonus, new teammates at Atrium Health are eligible for robust benefits packages and paid time off. Job Summary Functions in the ph... more
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Our Company Adoration Home Health and Hospice Overview $15K Sign-On Bonus Registered Nurse Concord, NC Full-Time Adoration Home Health is seeking a Registered Nurse to join our team. This positi... more
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Overview Full - time days- Flexible Schedule Are you a highly skilled and compassionate licensed practical nurse (LPN) looking for a rewarding career in homecare? If so, we invite you to join o... more
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Our Company Adoration Home Health and Hospice Overview $5K Sign-On Bonus Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN Gastonia, NC Full-Time Works under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Duties include pr... more
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Daily Pay!  7p-7a Belaire Health Care Center in Gastonia is seeking LPNs for its 80 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center. We're looking for caring, warm-hearted nurses who are seeking an opportunity... more
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Description Schedule: PRN - 7am-3pm / Mon-Fri  Location: Mooresville- Ambulatory Surgery Center  The Registered Nurse prescribes nursing care, delegates nursing activities, and coordinates the assessment, plan... more
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BAYADA Home Health Care is seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) to fill the position of  Nurse Manager/Hospice RN for our Salisbury, NC   hospice office. This office provides best-in-class care to adult and geriatric hos... more
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BAYADA Home Health Care  is currently seeking an experienced  Home Health Aide, HHA  or  Nurses Aide, CNA  for a f ull time opportunity  to complete home care visits to clients located throughout Mecklenburg and U... more
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BAYADA Home Health Care is offering a  forty (40) hour training program incorporating basic regulatory, compliance, and personal care skills for a Direct Care Worker, DCW , graduate to provide care for adults in our A... more
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Overview Join Our Team as a CNA Do you value the time you spend with your patients? Is it important to you that your patients and their families know and feel that you are with them? We are looking for certified... more
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Description The Registered Nurse prescribes nursing care, delegates nursing activities, and coordinates the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care to provide optimal quality care, consisten... more
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American Traveler is offering a rewarding Post Anesthesia Care Unit Registered Nurse (RN) contract position in Mooresville North Carolina. Shift: Days 12 Job Length: 13 weeks -- RNs who work with us receive a highly... more
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Overview Job Summary The Nurse Aide II assists in providing patient care under the direct supervision of the Registered Nurse. Assists in maintaining a clean, safe patient environment and performs job respo... more
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$5000 sign on bonus. Belaire Health Care Center has an exciting opportunity for a Unit Manager, RN in our 80 bed skilled rehab center in Gastonia. The Unit Manager will oversee clinical operations of the uni... more
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Experienced Caregivers Wanted! Are you looking for a flexible position that works around your availability?   Do you like being important to people you care for?  Always Best Care of Charlotte has the perfect positi... more
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BAYADA Home Health Care  is currently seeking an experienced Nurses Aide, CNA  for a  Full Time Opportunity  to complete home care  visits to clients located throughout Mecklenburg and Union County .   This is a... more
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RN ICU PRN Nights Position Summary: Provide, promote and maintain quality patient care during diagnostic and therapeutic imaging procedures through education, standards of practice, professional growth, and collaborat... more
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Nurse Extern Ortho Spine PRN Days Position Summary Under the direction of the Nurse, performs sub-professional duties including providing patient care to meet the needs of activities of daily living; opera... more
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Nursing is what we do! Belaire Health Care Center is currently seeking an RN House Supervisor for our 80 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Gastonia . We're looking for caring, warm-hearted nurses... more
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Evaluates assigned patients and plans, implements and documents nursing care. Assists physicians during examinations and procedures. Performs various patient tests and administers medications within the scope of practic... more
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Location: Windsor Run by Erickson Senior Living Windsor Run is a beautiful 60-acre continuing care retirement community in the town of Matthews in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.  We’re part of a growing network o... more
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Advanced Practice Nurse

Indian Health Service (IHS)  •  Full-time  •  Rock Hill, SC  •  $122,828 / year  •  2w ago
The purpose of this position is to provide direct and comprehensive primary, preventive, and therapeutic medical and nursing care accrosss the patient life span, i.e., geriatric, adult, adolescent, pediatric, and infant... more
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Overview Job Summary   The Nurse Aide I +4 assists in providing patient care under the direct supervision of the Registered Nurse. Assists in maintaining a clean, safe patient environment and performs job re... more
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Description Schedule: Weekdays/ Evening Shifts 3pm-11pm (PRN)  The Registered Nurse prescribes nursing care, delegates nursing activities, and coordinates the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluati... more
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Care Manager I (RN)

Centene  •  Full-time  •  Charlotte, North Carolina, United States  •  $54,000 - $97,100 / year  •  2w ago
You could be the one who changes everything for our 28 million members as a clinical professional on our Medical Management/Health Services team. Centene is a diversified, national organization offering competitive bene... more
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Overview This position is Sign-on Bonus eligible. In addition to the sign-on bonus, new teammates at Atrium Health are eligible for robust benefits packages and paid time off. Atrium Health Kannapolis , a facil... more
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Often called the Queen City, the city named for Queen Charlotte of England is the biggest in the state of North Carolina. This metro, whose motto is “Charlotte’s got a lot,” really does have many things to offer nursing professionals considering expanding their careers in the Charlotte area.

Sitting between the Appalachian Mountains and the Carolina beaches, the Banking Capital of the South has more to offer nurses than NASCAR and great Southern cooking. Considering looking for nursing jobs in Charlotte, NC? Learn what this city has to offer nurses both on and off the clock.

Fast Facts About Nursing Jobs in Charlotte, NC

  • Is North Carolina a compact state? Yes.
  • What’s the average RN salary in Charlotte? The average salary for Charlotte RN jobs is $79,530, compared to the national average RN salary of $89,010.
  • Where can I find information about becoming a licensed RN in North Carolina? The website for the North Carolina Board of Nursing has all the latest information on being a licensed practitioner in the state.

What to Know About Nursing Jobs in Charlotte, NC

In 2023, Charlotte ranked #8 in the U.S. News listing of best places to live, which may draw even more people to this sprawling metro area of 2,625,383 people, located in the Piedmont region of the state. Since Charlotte is also the one of the fastest growing cities in the country, it will support many opportunities for RNs, CNAs and LPNs. Nurses have the option to look for full-time, part-time, contract, temporary, travel, and per diem nursing jobs in Charlotte, NC.

What might the patient population of this major Southern city look like? In Charlotte nursing jobs, you’ll find the population has a median age of 34.2 years old, with about 10% of the population 65 or older. Just over 48% of the population is male, and about 51% are female. Charlotte is a “majority minority” city, with a significant African American/Black community (35%). Other main ethnic groups include Hispanic/Latino (15%) and Asian (6%). As in other cosmopolitan cities, many languages are spoken in Charlotte including Spanish, French, Hindi, Chinese, and Arabic. If you can highlight any multilingual skills during your search for Charlotte nursing jobs, or discuss your cultural competence with a potential employer, it may help set you apart from other applicants.

Do you need childcare while you’re working? The North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education has a useful website that can help you find options near you. If your pets need walking while you’re at work, Charlotte has that too.

Working in Charlotte

It may be true that the Queen City has the longest commute time in North Carolina, but this, like many other things, is all in how you look at it. While a commute to your Charlotte nursing job will take you an average of 25.3 minutes, it’s still slightly shorter than the average national commute time of 26.4 minutes. As in many other cities, most people (76%) drive in their cars to work. About 10% carpool, and just about 4% take mass transit. This is actually not a surprising statistic, as Charlotte was listed as one of the worst cities to live in if you don’t have a car.

Even if the commute is a bit challenging, it’s still worth it to consider a drive to your nursing jobs. Charlotte, NC, has such a wide range of opportunities for nursing professionals, you may even find something fairly close to home. Charlotte’s main industries include banking, financial services, manufacturing, energy, automotive, and health. In fact, one of the major employers in Charlotte, Atrium Health, has 900 care locations covering both North and South Carolina.

If you’re interested in acute care for your Charlotte nursing job, there are many top ranked hospitals right in the city. The name Atrium is common, as several of the best ranked hospitals include their medical centers. According to U.S. News and World Report, the top hospitals in Charlotte include:

  • Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center
  • Atrium Health-Pineville
  • Atrium Health-University City
  • Carolinas ContinueCare Hospital at Pineville
  • Levine Children’s Hospital

If post-acute or long-term care is more of a focus for you, there are 37 nursing homes in Charlotte alone, and 422 across the state, providing many more nursing jobs in Charlotte, NC, and the surrounding areas.

Living in Charlotte

Charlotte is a great place to build a nursing career not only because of the opportunities it affords, but also for its quality of life. A “clean and green” city, Charlotte focuses on keeping the city tidy (the “clean”) and has more than 230 parks (the “green”). If you enjoy outdoor activity, in addition to the plethora of parks, there are 56 miles of trails in the Mecklenburg County Greenway System, making it easy to get fresh air and exercise on your time off from work.

If you’d rather stroll around the city, there’s plenty to see and do. Charlotte features 200 official neighborhoods designated by the city. Part of this wonderful patchwork are the eight historic districts boasting architectural beauties ranging from Victorian to '50s-style ranch homes.

After exploring all that Charlotte has to offer, you’ll certainly be hungry. You can get excellent burgers and barbecue of course, but there are also popular eateries that focus on Mexican, Southern soul, locally sourced fresh food, even a restaurant that uses food and narration to tell a story. There are also good doughnuts.

The arts and culture scene in Charlotte is as diverse as the rest of city. Popular museums include the Bechtler and the Mint (to name only two), and but you can also take in art on a daily basis — sculptures and colorful murals depicting the rich Black history of the Queen City are scattered throughout the neighborhoods. You can see classical dance at the Charlotte Ballet, or a musical at the NarroWay Theater. For a nearly one-stop experience, the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center is home to everything from Broadway shows to comedy to opera.

The weather in Charlotte may be wetter than you might expect, and the summers are pretty muggy. The overall average high temperature is 71 degrees, and the average low is 49 degrees. Charlotte usually sees about 3 to 4 inches of rain per month, year-round. There’s also a hurricane season, although Charlotte is far enough inland to usually escape the worst effects.

One of the best parts about Charlotte is the more affordable cost of living. With a 2% lower COL than the national average, Charlotteans also pay less for housing, utilities, and groceries. The median rent is an affordable $1,219 per month.

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