Careers at Carallon

Working here

We're proud of Carallon's history: a team of passionate engineers who worked hard together to create genuinely innovative, exciting tech. We're dedicated to keeping Carallon infused with that spirit of cooperation and learning as we continue to create products that surprise, excite and lead our industries.

Some benefits of working here include:

  • Creating industry-first technologies that are globally renowned and respected
  • Being part of an Employee Ownership Trust that works for the benefit of the employees
  • An Employee Council with representatives from every department
  • Flexible working hours
  • Annual bonus scheme
  • On the job training
  • Free, confidential Employee Assistance Programme operated by Health Assured

Our ethos

Everyone's an engineer

At Carallon, all the managers are also engineers and software developers. This is true all the way up to the Managing Director. The company was founded by and is still led by engineers. This fosters a supportive work environment where like-minded people can easily collaborate to solve problems.

Dynamic projects

Carallon develops for lots of different products simultaneously, so we're confident you'll never get bored. You’ll be challenged with creating completely new solutions as well as troubleshooting or optimising existing products. Sometimes you'll be creating ground-breaking new products that will go on to impact an entire industry.

Flexible hours

Maybe you’re a night owl who likes to code in the evenings, or maybe you’re at your brightest when tinkering with tech over your morning coffee. Whatever kind of person you are, Carallon offers flexibility in working hours; as long as you get the job done, you can adjust your hours to suit you.

Friendly work environment

We are big believers in strong teamwork and communciation, and are proud to foster a friendly, open, collaborative work environment. We celebrate diversity, and encourage a healthy work/life balance. We also know the best way to learn is by doing, so we offer on-the-job training to enable you to build a rewarding, lasting career with us.

Current vacancies

We always want to hear from talented people with a passion for what we do, whether you're a new graduate or a programmer with years of experience.

Even if you don't see a position listed below, you're welcome to send your CV and a speculative cover letter to careers@carallon.com.

If you have any questions, please e-mail our Director of Human Resources Sarah Darby for a graduate job description and details of how to apply.

Also shown below are vacancies at our sister companies, when they have them.

 Job ReferenceCAR/SSD/JAN2020
 Salary dependent on level of experience  
 Working HoursFull-time (37.5 hours/week) 
 Contract TypePermanent 
 Location

Carallon offices, Ealing Broadway, London W5 (The post holder may be required to work at other locations, at the discretion of their line manager.) We are currently operating on a partial remote working basis.

Please note that we cannot offer visa sponsorship for this post. You must have the right to live and work in the UK before applying for this role. 

 

About Us

Carallon is a product research and development company creating industry-leading award-winning products. Based in London, we specialise in industrial hardware and software design for the entertainment industry; encompassing lighting control, LED video processing and motion control. Many of our hardware products have their own integrated user interfaces, while others have accompanying configuration software that runs on desktop or mobile, and we also develop standalone software products.

Projects our team designs and manufactures for include:

  • The Pharos Architectural Control range of lighting control products used in theme parks and architectural installations worldwide
  • The Martin Professional P3 LED Video Wall processors
  • The industry-leading Brompton Technology control and processing solution for video walls used in concerts, award shows and television.

 We divide our time between contracting work and developing our own products in-house for distribution to a huge international client base.

As of 2020, Carallon is now owned by an Employee Ownership Trust. As a result, staff can enjoy additional rights and benefits, including an employee council and an annual tax-free bonus scheme (dependent on company performance).  

Job Summary

The Software Developer position is within our development team, which works concurrently on a variety of exciting, cutting-edge projects. As the team is growing rapidly we are seeking to increase our capability to develop robust software solutions for the entertainment industry. The Software Developer would work closely with our existing software team to design, develop and integrate application-level solutions to technical challenges within our suite of products. 

We offer a very friendly, flexible and supportive working environment. Our development team is close-knit and highly motivated with a keen interest in the products it creates. A successful candidate should be similarly minded to work in the driven, focused environment required to bring original and ground-breaking products to market. It is a unique opportunity to develop engineering solutions that will be used to create spectacular events ranging from televised award shows such as the Oscars, to corporate events for the world's leading brands, to the biggest rock-and-roll tours. 

Programming is mainly in C++ using the Qt framework on multiple platforms, and training will be provided where necessary. We are also making increasing use of Python as a secondary support language for scripting, build tools and automation.

Key Responsibilities

  • Design and implement software solutions for our suite of products
  • Help produce technical product specifications given client/market requirements 
  • Take responsibility for specific product features and provide regular development updates
  • Perform code reviews and help more junior software developers working as part of a team

Essential Qualifications

  • Genuine interest in software design and technical challenges
  • 2:1 or higher degree in a related subject from a Russell Group university or equivalent
  • At least 3 years of experience working as software engineer using C++
  • Excellent knowledge of C and C++
  • Familiarity with development using the Qt toolkit
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to discuss prior design work and explain the design processes involved and justify decisions made
  • Ability to communicate ideas and concepts effectively in spoken and written English within a technical environment
  • Evidence of the ability to work as part of a team, sharing skills, experience and interests with colleagues 

Desirable Extras 

  • Excellent time management, including the ability to prioritise conflicting tasks appropriately
  • Knowledge of Git and Gerrit version control and code review tools
  • Experience working with video or lighting for live entertainment
  • Experience with any of the following: TCP/IP-based networking, Python, Jenkins build system, Linux
For any queries about this vacancy please email us at careers@carallon.com quoting job reference DEC2020/SSW/CAR. Please do not use this address to submit applications.

 Job reference

 CAR/0221/SFPGA

 Salary

 Competitive, dependent on experience

 Working hours

 Full-time

 Contract type

 Permanent

 Location

 London, United Kingdom. Candidates must have the right to work in the UK before applying.

 

About Us

Carallon is a product research and development company creating industry-leading award-winning products. Based in London, we specialise in industrial hardware and software design for the entertainment industry; encompassing lighting control, LED video processing and motion control. Many of our hardware products have their own integrated user interfaces, while others have accompanying configuration software that runs on desktop or mobile, and we also develop standalone software products.

Projects our team designs and manufactures for include:

  • The industry-leading Tessera control and processing solution for video walls used in concerts, award shows and television
  • The Pharos Architectural Controls range of lighting control products used in theme parks and architectural installations worldwide
  • The Martin Professional P3 LED Video Wall processors

We divide our time between contracting work and developing our own products in-house for distribution to a huge international client base.

Job Summary

The Senior FPGA Engineer position is within our development team, which works concurrently on a variety of exciting, cutting-edge projects. As the team is growing rapidly we are seeking to increase our capability to develop robust FPGA solutions for the video industry. The Senior FPGA Engineer would work closely with our existing FPGA, hardware and software teams to design, develop and integrate FPGA-based solutions to technical challenges within our suite of products.

We offer a very friendly, flexible and supportive working environment. Our development team is close-knit and highly motivated with a keen interest in the products it creates. A successful candidate should be similarly minded to work in the driven, focused environment required to bring original and ground-breaking products to market. It is a unique opportunity to develop engineering solutions that will be used to create spectacular events including televised award-shows such as the Oscars, corporate events for the world's leading brands, the biggest rock-and-roll tours and Hollywood's latest blockbuster movies

Key Responsibilities

  • Design, develop and integrate FPGA solutions for our Tessera LED video processing products.
  • Implement associated software logic/algorithms wherever needed in the "product's ecosystem."

Essential Qualifications

  • Genuine interest in FPGAs
  • At least 4 years of experience working as an FPGA engineer
  • Familiarity with FPGA design tools
  • Good knowledge of C and C++
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to discuss prior design work and explain the design processes involved and justify decisions made
  • Ability to communicate ideas and concepts effectively in spoken and written English within a technical environment
  • Evidence of the ability to work as part of a team, sharing skills, experience and interests with colleagues

Desirable Extras 

  • Experience of FPGA-based video processing
  • Knowledge of Git and Gerrit version control and code review tools
  • Experience working with video or lighting for live entertainment
  • Excellent time management, including the ability to prioritise conflicting tasks appropriately
For any queries about this vacancy please email us at careers@carallon.com quoting job reference CAR/0221/SFPGA. Please do not use this address to submit applications.

 Job ReferenceCAR/MAR21/LDS
 Salary24,000-26,000 after pro-rating
 Working HoursPart-time 0.6 wte over 3 days 
 Contract TypePermanent 
 LocationEaling, West London (The post holder may be required to work at other locations, at the discretion of their line manager.) 
 We can only consider applications from people who already have the right to live and work in the UK. 
 

About Us

Carallon is a product research and development company creating industry-leading, award-winning products. Based in London, we specialise in industrial hardware and software design for the entertainment industry; encompassing lighting control, LED video processing, and motion control. Our products are used all over the world for high profile installations and events: the London Eye, the Academy Awards, and recent U2, Roger Waters and Ed Sheeran tours.

The Carallon group encompasses the following companies:

  • Carallon Ltd, for the development and manufacture of lighting and video processors and devices
  • Pharos Architectural Controls Ltd, for the distribution and support of a range of lighting control products, used in theme parks and architectural installations worldwide
  • Brompton Technology Ltd, for the distribution and support of processing solutions for video walls used in concerts, live events and film virtual production

Carallon became an employee owned company in 2020 and is proud to develop a culture of creativity and quality. The Human Resources team is supportive and close-knit, providing skills to employees across the UK, US and China. We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed person to join us, working three days per week, to enhance the career development of all our employees.

Job Summary

The Learning and Development Specialist will join the Human Resources team to provide skilled input into the design and delivery of a range of learning and development priorities. The Learning and Development Specialist will develop all training programmes linked to the professional skills elements of our career development framework. Additionally, they will provide advice and support to colleagues who deliver technical skills training to our clients.

This role will report to the Director of Human Resources and will work under their guidance. Effective communication skills are a key requirement of this position. Although the core responsibilities of the role will be the design and delivery of a flexible programme of training, the successful candidate will also be required to provide occasional cover within the general HR team. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Create training materials and guides, and review those already in use
  • Deliver engaging training in a variety of modes, including in-person and online 
  • Develop high-trust relationships with key leaders, in order to provide training support to their teams
  • Identify skills gaps in the organisation, and work with the Director of HR to plan solutions
  • Create and maintain a system for employee CPD portfolios, in partnership with the Employee Council
  • Analyse training data and provide reports to line managers
  • Support the mentoring scheme and provide training for new mentors
  • Support the training of new members of the Employee Council, and new employee directors of the Employee Ownership Trust Board
  • Oversee the completion and compliance of mandatory training subjects
  • Provide guidance and expertise to colleagues delivering technical training
  • Refresh the on-boarding support materials, in partnership with the Employee Council 

Ideal Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3 years' experience working as a trainer
  • A minimum of 3 years' experience creating bespoke training programmes, tailored to specific needs
  • A qualification in Human Resources, or in Learning and Development 
  • Exceptional communication skills in both verbal and written English
  • Engaging and flexible presentation skills when delivering training
  • Experience working within the technology, or research and development, sectors 
  • Ability to work independently, under the guidance of the Director of Human Resources 
  • Comfortable analysing data and producing reports that are concise and appealing
  • Strong influencing skills, to achieve and sustain engagement with learning and development priorities 
  • Excellent time management and organisation skills
  • A positive flexible attitude and the ability to adjust and adapt to changing priorities 

Desirable Extras 

  • An interest in, or experience of, coaching to develop potential
  • A science or technology qualification 

 

For an informal discussion about the role, please feel free to contact us via hr-support@carallon.com and we will be happy to answer any questions.

For any queries about this vacancy please email us at careers@carallon.com quoting job reference CAR/MAR21/LDS. Please do not use this address to submit applications.

Pharos is staffed by talented individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds. We offer a rewarding, flexible, supportive working environment, as well as on-site training to develop your skills.

Our current vacancies are listed below, but you are also welcome to make a speculative application by sending your CV to: careers@pharoscontrols.com

 Job ReferencePHA/MAR/NOV2020
 SalaryCompetitive, dependent on level of experience  
 Working HoursFull-time (37.5 hours/week)
 Reporting toGroup Marketing Manager
 Contract TypePermanent 
 LocationCarallon offices, Ealing Broadway, London W5 (The post holder may be required to work at other locations, at the discretion of their line manager.) 
 

About Us

Pharos Architectural Controls provides advanced lighting control solutions for architecture, themed entertainment and other specialist industries. Its award-winning control products are installed across the world, running day and night in international landmarks, theme parks, shopping malls, stadiums, art installations, museums and airports.

Pharos is part of the Carallon group of companies, an independently-owned product development house specialising in innovative control systems. Its design team is the best of its kind – a group of highly motivated individuals committed to the creation and ongoing development of industry-leading products. Within that team is a wealth of experience in the field of advanced control solutions, with principal members responsible for ground-breaking entertainment lighting control consoles, architectural lighting systems and video processing technology. More information can be found at www.pharoscontrols.com

Job Summary

The Marketing Manager will work within our group-wide marketing team, working specifically on the Pharos brand. The successful candidate will work closely with our Group Marketing Manager and Pharos product management teams. They will come to understand specific products and business strategies, and develop an appropriate marketing strategy and campaigns within the wider context of our overall brand strategy. They will report to the Group Marketing Manager.

Key Responsibilities

  • Work with the Group Marketing Manager to plan and implement Pharos's marketing strategy and establish goals
  • Take the lead on marketing campaigns and promotions, at all times building product and brand awareness
  • Develop and execute a communications plan across all available channels (e.g.email newsletters, blogs, video, social media, PR, print advertising) working closely with the Marketing Co-ordinator and Content Editor
  •  Manage the Pharos PR agency working with them to identify media opportunities and facilitate conversations with partners
  • Work together with the Creative Manager to develop creative briefs and guide direction for all advertising and public facing comms, including print, video and digital assets
  • Work with product management to prepare necessary marketing material to support new product launches, tradeshows and events, ensuring good quality control at all times
  • Ensure the sales teams across all regions have the marketing materials they require to communicate confidently with customers
  • Manage the development of marketing material to support the brand strategy
  • Contribute to planning, design and delivery of tradeshow stands or events, together with other members of the Marketing team 
  • Manage the ongoing development of the Pharos website and work with our SEO agency to ensure the site is optimised at all times
  • Build and nurture key partner relationships and gather publicity materials from customers such as project photos, testimonials and requisite permissions
  • Liaise with relevant publishing houses to negotiate paid-for campaigns
  • Work with the Marketing Co-ordinator to set goals and track progress for campaigns; analyse Google Analytics for web traffic and campaign insights to inform on strategies used and optimise accordingly, and provide reports to the Group Marketing Manager and Executive Teams

Essential Qualifications

  • Degree in Marketing or equivalent experience
  • Previous marketing experience either in-house or agency developing plans and campaigns (at least 5 years)
  • Extremely strong communication skills in both verbal and written English
  • Demonstrable experience writing and proofing marketing materials 
  • Strong project management and multi-tasking skills
  • Experience with marketing automation and CRM tools
  • Proficiency with social media strategy
  • At least basic experience using desktop publishing and graphic design tools, sufficient to modify and complete documents based on existing templates
  • An eye for detail and an understanding of design
  • Highly competent with MS Office, particularly Powerpoint and Word 

Desirable Extras 

  • Knowledge or experience of  working in the architectural lighting sector
  • Experience working with the Adobe Creative Cloud suite specifically
  • Experience using Google Analytics
  • Experience using Wordpress
  • Ability with foreign languages
  • Experience of engaging external contractors (e.g. designers, copywriters) and managing them on projects
  • A technical background and/or the ability to understand the features and functions of complex control products 
For any queries about this vacancy please email us at careers@carallon.com quoting job reference PHA/MAR/NOV2020. Please do not use this address to submit applications.

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Our current vacancies are available below, but you are also welcome to make a speculative application by sending your CV to: info@bromptontech.com

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