At Transparent Language, we work in teams to solve a seemingly simple problem that turns out to have many complex and fascinating dimensions: learning another language for professional purposes takes too long. We are software, language, and business specialists working together to change that. We create innovative software and methodology that many of the world's most rigorous language schools and programs use to teach and learn languages faster, more reliably, and with greater flexibility, and visibility.
We exploit current research and emerging technology to do more than make language learning "better". We are transforming language learning by significantly reducing how long it takes while increasing relevance, satisfaction, and the certainty of success. We reduce the need to remove valuable professionals from their jobs for language training. All of this makes it more practical for governments, schools, companies, and even individuals, to choose to develop the language skills they need to succeed in today's world.
We also invest in our 7000 Languages Project, through which we donate our unique technology to expert people and organizations working to promote the use and learning of endangered languages and other under-supported languages.
We are looking for creative self-starters who think for themselves and work well with others, who excel at what they do, and love learning something new.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in hiring, promotion, or other employment decisions on the basis of race, age, sex, color, pregnancy, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, national origin, ancestry, veteran status or any other basis protected by law.
Transparent Language is headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States. Many of us work in Nashua. Some work remotely. And we constantly collaborate with software and language professionals worldwide.
If this sounds like a mission you can get behind and a culture in which you might thrive, we hope you will start a conversation with us.
Map out significant features and attributes of the English language, and then to work with others to create accurate and meaningful examples.
Map out significant features and attributes of the Korean language, and then to work with others to create accurate and meaningful examples.
We are looking for someone with expert knowledge of endangered and under-supported languages to build the 7000 Languages Project into the world's premier support organization for the learning of languages with little or no commercial interest.
Join our blog team! We are currently looking for bloggers in the following languages, but we will consider adding other languages if we find the right person:
Looking for technically savvy, motivated, ambitious software QA testers who have a talent for troubleshooting software and a desire to quickly develop the skills needed to advance in the software industry.
We are always accepting resumes for talented language professionals available for contract work.
Online Language Tutors shall have responsibility for assisting students in language learning by teaching new concepts and facilitating communicative tasks.
A Transparent Connect "Coach" develops focused lessons, encourages, supports, tutors and tracks the various language acquisition, sustainment, refresher and enhancement efforts of language professionals grouped according to proficiency and responds both reactively and proactively to the needs of Cohort members, while Cohort members can easily reach out for assistance or instruction. The overall goal of Cohort Coaching is to materially reduce language proficiency drop-off in between formal language training events and support career-long language proficiency enhancement.
Transparent Language is developing an online companion to a published curriculum for English language learners. The curriculum has 5 books/levels that encompass 7 years of English language learning. We're looking for a contractor with native English fluency, who is also deeply ingrained in the American culture, so he/she can provide lexically useful phrases/sentences to teach.