At Cengage, we're harnessing the power of tech to build a future where all learners have the tools and confidence to achieve their goals.
National Geographic Learning (NGL) is a Cengage company delivering comprehensive educational programs and academic instructional materials that offer the same engaging high-quality content that you've come to know and expect from National Geographic. As a member of the NGL team, you'll help transform learning for students of all ages (from Pre-K through adults), providing access to a wide range of academic materials that enhance learning for a wide range of disciplines, including: Reading/Language Arts, ESL/ELD, Mathematics, Sciences, and Social Studies. Collaborating with the best of the best, you'll feel challenged and inspired to do breakthrough work. Together, there's no limit to what we can imagine, create and innovate!
We set the bar higher by bringing our unique talents and points of view to the table every day. We're curious and comfortable with change and are willing to take risks to transform education for the better. Most importantly, we put learning first with everything we do. We also offer a fun, challenging, and rewarding environment with the opportunity to work with some of the most talented people in our industry.
As a Java Software Engineer, you'll contribute to the future of interactive learning systems, helping to develop our next-generation educational platform using cutting-edge technologies. Working collaboratively with our product development team, you'll work on all stages of the software development life cycle.
Note about Work Authorization: Cengage is currently in the process of merging with McGraw-Hill (pending US DOJ review). This is great news for both companies (our CEO will be heading up the merged entity), however, it also means that for now, we are unable to make any commitments for visa transfers or future visa sponsorships--at least until after the merger is complete (since any visas we'd transfer would need to be transferred to the new entity, something we're unable to commit to until the new entitity has been formed). Currently, the merger is anticipated to be completed by early 2021.