Now Hiring: HR Coordinator and Content Development Manager

February 13, 2012 / by Rachel Reardon

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: !

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!

Topics: Mango News, Language Learning and Culture

Rachel Reardon

Written by Rachel Reardon

Rachel works with some of the coolest marketers, designers, and writers around to help Mango look and sound its best. She loves bold colors, old books, the Montréal metro, and Star Trek. She has conflicting feelings about the Oxford comma.

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