Mango Languages is growing and we’re looking for some awesome additions to our team! Are you or someone you know on the look-out for jobs in the Detroit area?

Check out our open positions here: www.mangolanguages.com/careers !

Here’s a sneak peek:

Human Resources Coordinator:
You will develop a world-class human resources department aligning to Mango’s six world-class core values.  You will provide HR support to 50+ employees based in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Your support extends to the 200+ contractors in our course editor and developer network. Your entrepreneurial spirit will help you drive, develop and implement.  Sound like a perfect match for your skills? Learn more about this HR job!

Content Development Manager:
The Content Development Manager is responsible for managing the Content Development Team which consists of a Content Editor, Quality Manager, Linguists and a Project Coordinator. Sound like fun? Learn more about this Content Development Manager job! 

A little bit about Mango Languages:
Mango Languages is one of Metro Detroit’s most up-and-coming workplaces, offering a unique blend of cutting-edge technology, cultural appreciation, and office camaraderie.

It’s a little piece of both Silicon Valley and the United Nations right here in Farmington Hills, Michigan!  Mango is language-learning software that teaches practical conversation and cultural awareness for many of the world’s languages.

Mango Languages offers team members a culture that is laid back and fun, while at the same time promoting a sense of entrepreneurial spirit and innovation.

Mango is becoming an internationally recognized and respected self-study language learning company. We are looking for talented and dedicated rock stars to work at Mango Languages!

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