Technology

The Lowe's Technology team is on a mission to be the leader in home improvement and retail technology.

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Find Your Future in Tech at Lowe's

It’s an exciting time for Technology at Lowe’s. Our Tech Transformation is a key driver in our plan for success, and we’re investing heavily in the people, tools, and spaces needed to bring home improvement retail into the future.


Through this investment, we’re fostering innovation, sharpening our focus on retail fundamentals, and building great customer and associate experiences.

We’re hiring up to 2,000 software engineers, product managers, architects, infrastructure engineers, data scientists, analysts, and more to join us in the new Charlotte Global Tech Hub as we work to bring this tech transformation to life.
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Whether it’s providing a seamless in-store experience, designing a better way to work, or applying our resources and ingenuity to solving community issues, every tech associate at Lowe’s has the chance to make an impact.

Apply today and become a part of a Fortune 50 team that’s creating real-world solutions and changing the future of home improvement.

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Chain Store Age's Top 10 Women in Tech - Seemantini Godbole, CIO
2019 Retail Innovator
Award winner
2020 Dive CIO of the Year, Seemantini Godbole
Fast Company names Lowe's the most innovative company in augmented reality/virtual reality for 2018
Why Charlotte
Why Tech at Lowe's

Find Your Fit at Lowe's

Software Engineering

Lowe’s Software Engineers help drive the design, maintenance, testing and evaluation of the software and systems that form the backbone of the company’s day-to-day success.

Product Management

This team helps plan and forecast the production and/or marketing of Lowe’s products at all stages of their life cycle. Members of this team play a direct role in delivering the right home improvement products to customers.

Program & Project Management

This team is responsible for planning, organizing, and assigning responsibilities for the completion of Lowe’s Tech goals and initiatives. These roles use an array of project management and software methodologies to take complex projects from concept to delivery.

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architects spearhead the organization of Lowe’s websites, intranets, online communities and software. Apply fundamental principles of design and architecture to the digital landscape and ultimately deliver a better user experience for customers and internal stakeholders alike.

UX & Interaction Design

These teams work to continually enhance Lowe’s customer experience. They spend each day researching and optimizing the ways customers find, engage with, and utilize Lowe’s products and services.

Information Security

These professionals help protect the privacy and integrity of customer and business stakeholder data. They also help ensure the continued availability of crucial operational business data, tools and systems.

Data Analytics &
​​​​​​​Consumer Insights

Lowe’s data professionals transform information into valuable business resources. From helping Lowe’s reduce costs, to increasing efficiency and capitalizing on new market opportunities, this team helps Lowe’s deliver the best service and value to every customer and community we serve.

Innovation

Lowe’s Innovation Labs defines and delivers what’s next for home improvement retail. With a focus on exponential technologies like AR/VR, robotics, AI and more, our team members accelerate the experiences our customers expect today and develop entirely new capabilities that will power tomorrow.

Infrastructure Engineering

This team is responsible for the overall direction and maintenance of Lowe’s technical infrastructure. Members of this team work with technical staff to integrate hardware, software and network interfaces to form a system. These roles address problems of systems integration, compatibility and multiple platforms all while supporting technology users.

Operations

This team provides the logistical support needed to keep Tech at Lowe’s running smoothly. From procuring equipment to keeping Tech facilities up-to-date and supplying every store with the Tech that our customers love, these roles are key members of the Lowe’s Tech organization.

Business Management

These roles provide financial and managerial oversight to the Lowe’s Tech organization, ensuring that we continue to meet our business goals while pursuing excellence in retail technology.

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Lowe's offers scale and depth. But, unlike other large companies, it doesn't want to stay stagnant — it's continuously looking to make changes for the better. I believe the company and the leadership team is really in tune with the value of technology and what it can do for the business.

Seemantini Godbole​​​​​​​

Lowe's Chief Information Officer

What We Strive For

Empowering Associate Growth

Each day, the Lowe’s Tech team eagerly tackles new challenges and explores opportunities to improve how we serve customers and our fellow Lowe’s associates. We empower every team member to follow their curiosity and apply new ways of thinking to open-ended problems. A culture of continuous learning keeps us engaged and ready to take action when inspiration strikes.

Meaningful Impact for
​​​​​​​Our Customers and Business

Delivering a better experience across the spectrum of tech at Lowe’s is the heart of our mission. We pursue meaningful innovation that makes a positive impact on how our customers and associates interact with the world around them – and with the tech they rely on to reach their goals.

Innovation-Driven

Shaping the future of retail tech is a lofty goal. We need ambitious ideas and our associates, software and systems working in unison to achieve them. To execute, we’re looking for tech associates who bring a willingness to learn, the courage to lead, and a belief in endless possibilities. Tech at Lowe’s means better, every day.