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We’re obsessed with how things work, get inspired by change and simply love to build stuff. So we hire people and take on projects that let us do just that.
Control Group is always on the search for creative and fearless strategists, technologists and designers. We work across many verticals – creating infrastructure, platforms, products and experiences with a user-centered approach. We look for seasoned individuals who are going to bring experience and energy, while leaving ego at the door.
If you are at the top of your field or headed there, and are interested in working in a creative, challenging environment and want to make a real, lasting impact – drop us a line. We'd love to hear from you.
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The engineer will provide support to clients on a variety of issues. The position includes: identifying, researching, and resolving technical problems; responding to telephone calls, email and personnel requests for technical support; documenting, tracking and monitoring the problem to ensure a timely resolution. The successful candidate would display technical competency, business acumen, client advocacy, and a high level of commitment to achieving the goals and to the principles that guide the company.
The Senior Security Resource (Networking) will create a network to span from mobile devices connected wireless, through an internal network and out to the greater internet.
The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for supporting multiple projects in a technology consulting environment. The ideal candidates will have significant experience in multiple IT disciplines and adept at managing complex projects and programs.
Our intern will learn through on-the-job experience about marketing, communications, professional database management and data analytics, and work in our Lower Manhattan office 2 days each week.
The DevOps Engineer will help create reusable code to automate the creation of infrastructure and the configuration of applications. Our team enables employees and clients to create reliable and predictable infrastructure for their applications. In addition, DevOps identifies, researches, and documents new technologies Control Group can leverage to enhance our ability to provide well made applications and infrastructure for our clients.
At Control Group we believe that Quality Control starts when the project starts, not when the developers are finished. Quality Control Engineers are part of every project’s core team from beginning to end.
The Coordinator will work under the direction of the Sr. Director of Marketing & Communications and collaborate closely with colleagues to write, design and produce proposals, presentations, awards, social media messaging, blog posts and other Marketing and Communications materials.
Control Group is seeking a Design Technologist to develop special projects. The principal responsibility of a Design Technologist is to creatively apply the right technologies in the development of new and beautiful digital experiences. This team member will play a key role in the design, development, and deployment of software and hardware systems. An ideal candidate would feel comfortable drawing from an existing knowledge pool to learn new technologies and tools. Such a candidate would also be expected to adapt to an Agile software development methodology. Creative thinking and analytical capabilities are essential.
We are a flexible and highly collaborative organization. When you come aboard you will play an integral part in our engineering arm. You will be jumping between architecture, implementation, and infrastructure management and be working closely with other team leads to grow and streamline our collective capability.
The Front End (Android) Developer will design, develop and test mobile applications around CG's current business processes and deploy advanced applications on Android platform.
The Senior Security Resource (Software development) will be trusted to assist the developers in creating secure code. There will likely be many simultaneous smaller projects within the larger project development effort.
The Web Application Engineer is responsible for 1) leading architecture of web applications, 2) implementing and integrating APIs and service layers, 3) engaging in a sprint-based agile workflow process, 4) participating in code reviews, 5) contributing to company R&D program, and 6) helping to spec and price projects.