Pixel Light Programmer

PixMob is one of the world’s leaders in creating immersive experiences for live events. You might have seen 60,000 people lighting up at the Super Bowl. Or at a Coldplay concert. Our goal is to reinvent rituals to connect crowds. We call that ‘togetherness’.

We work with international artists, event organizers, sports teams and brands who care about creating unique & memorable experiences for their guests. PixMob is rooted in design and innovation. Alongside our customers, we reinvent immersive experiences through advanced wireless technologies engineered in-house, at our Montreal HQ. From rapid-prototyping to mass-manufacturing, we are fully vertically integrated to keep pushing the boundaries of the possible. We are leading the way with our sustainability efforts as we have been fighting against single-use plastics. We focus our efforts on using recycled or plant-based compostable materials and encouraging our clients to recycle our products.

The culture at PixMob is one based on humility, relentlessness and cooperation. We operate in a competitive market and need to keep innovating to stay ahead. People who thrive have a deep curiosity to keep improving, learning and coaching others. Our clients are some of the most creative people in the industry and rightfully the most demanding.

Your role on our team

  • Programming PixMob effects based on the client’s creative needs and vision;
  • Participating to create artistic content to support the sales team;
  • Participating in the improvement, development, and testing of our technologies;
  • Supporting technical training to the local teams and the client’s creative team;
  • Determining the client’s artistic and technical needs in collaboration with the Technical Director and Producer;
  • Programming, setting up, operating, monitoring and tearing down PixMob installations for various events across the globe occasionally.

You are the person for this role if you fit the following criteria

  • Previous professional experience as a Lighting Designer, Technical Artist, Interactive Designer, Show Operator etc.;
  • Lighting skills (DMX);
  • Good communication skills in English;
  • Knowledge of the GrandMA2 and GrandMA3;
  • Health and safety at work knowledge;
  • Ability to interpret technical show plans;
  • Working knowledge of Google Workspace / Office Suite / Illustrator.

Nice to have

  • Knowledge in Vectorworks and/or WYSIWYG;
  • Good communication skills in French.

What we offer

  • A dynamic and inclusive company culture, which you will help evolve over time;
  • 4 weeks of paid vacation per year;
  • Flextime;
  • A competitive collective insurance;
  • Attractive career opportunities;
  • Equal opportunities for all, regardless of gender (m/f/x);
  • Creative and brilliant colleagues.

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