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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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Design Technologist

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.

Quality Assurance Analyst/Engineer

At Control Group we believe that Quality Control starts when the project starts, not when the developers are finished. We’re looking for Quality Control Engineers who don’t want to just make sure it isn’t broken, but want to make sure it’s the best of its kind.

Support Center Engineer

The engineer will provide support to clients on a variety of issues. 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.

Web Application Engineer

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.

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