Between advances in familiar industries and the growth of a new ecosystem powered by startup incubators and innovation centers, Buffalo is becoming a destination for technology job seekers on the move!
This change is evident across the city, and you can see it in the data, too. Technology Councils of North America (TECNA) found that from May 2021 to April 2022, local technology jobs in Buffalo increased by 9.2 percent – a rate of growth faster than any of the top-25 metro areas across the United States.
And it’s not just about the jobs: Buffalo is a great place to live! There’s something for everyone no matter if you enjoy sports, the arts, food, or the great outdoors. It should also come as no surprise that the City of Good Neighbors was ranked #1 on Travel and Leisure’s list of America’s Friendliest Cities.
No matter where you’re at in your career or what industry you want to work in, there is someone in Western New York who is willing to help you find your place in the city’s resurgence.
Here are some of the best places to find your next technology job in Buffalo.
Your home for everything about living in the city and nearby areas, Be in Buffalo has resources to help job seekers learn about every facet of life in the Buffalo community.
Not just limited to technology jobs, the Be in Buffalo job board also has engineering and marketing and communications roles which are vital parts of Buffalo’s technology ecosystem.
For those who are just looking to enter the technology job market and those who want to make a career change into tech, you’ll find what you are looking for with TechBuffalo! Their mission is to increase access to opportunities in Buffalo’s tech sector by providing professionals the training, connections, and job opportunities they are looking for.
Hey, we recognize that logo! Our recruiting team at Lighthouse Technology Services is consistently looking to connect with systems administrators and engineers, developers, project and product managers, agile business analysts, and more. We fill contract and direct hire roles with some of Buffalo’s top companies.
The emergence of 43North has been a major boon for Buffalo’s startup scene, making this a place startups want to call home. 43North invests $5 million each year in companies that relocate to Buffalo and take up residence in their incubator space inside Seneca One.
Where’s the place to find jobs with all these exciting startups?
A forge is traditionally known as a blacksmith’s shop, where metals are heated and reshaped. Forge Buffalo is a talent community where job seekers, employers, and entrepreneurs come together to build new paths in the city’s startup world. Their newsletter, The Drop, is a weekly mailing with the latest job postings from 43North portfolio startups and more exciting companies across Buffalo.
If you’ve been on the highways driving around Buffalo in the past year, you’ve almost certainly seen a billboard from Odoo. Odoo offers customizable business software for a wide variety of functions from finance and sales to HR, marketing, website management, and more – with a range of third-party apps to offer expanded functionality.
Originally from Belgium with offices across the world, Odoo’s United States east coast hub is inside Seneca One and is rapidly growing. They just welcomed 42 new hires to the Buffalo office in June and have more opportunities available.
Life in Buffalo’s Tech Industry
Want a closer look at life in downtown Buffalo’s tech scene? Instagram is home to some great accounts that show you upcoming events and day-to-day happenings.