LINGUIST List 10.1774

Tue Nov 23 1999

Jobs: Comp Ling/Syntax/Semantics, Comp Ling

Editor for this issue: Lydia Grebenyova <lydialinguistlist.org>


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  1. Jeanette Gundel, Syntax/Semantics/Comp Ling: Temporary/ Univ of Minnesota, USA
  2. Lauren Marcus, Comp Ling: Natural-Lang Software/ nQuest, Inc., Washington DC USA

Message 1: Syntax/Semantics/Comp Ling: Temporary/ Univ of Minnesota, USA

Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 12:59:06 -0500
From: Jeanette Gundel <gunde003maroon.tc.umn.edu>
Subject: Syntax/Semantics/Comp Ling: Temporary/ Univ of Minnesota, USA

The Linguistics program at the University of Minnesota is seeking to make
part-time, and possibly full-time, temporary appointments for Spring
Semester 2000 to teach the following courses: Introduction to Syntax,
Seminar in Syntax, Topics in Syntax and Semantics, and Computational
Linguistics. Classification: Teaching Specialist if ABD; Lecturer with PhD;
Individuals on leave from their home institution for the current academic
year are encouraged to apply as Visiting Professor. Salary dependent on
education and experience.

Qualifications: ABD or PhD in Linguistics or Computer Science (for
Compuational Linguistics). At least one year of teaching experience at the
college or university level.

Individuals interested in being considered to teach one or more of the
above-mentioned courses should submit a letter of application, three
letters of recommendation and a curriculum vitae to:

Chair, Linguistics Program, ILASLL
University of Minnesota
192 Klaeber Ct.,
320 16th Ave. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Application deadline is Dec. 15, 1999. Positions remain open until filled.

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Message 2: Comp Ling: Natural-Lang Software/ nQuest, Inc., Washington DC USA

Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 13:01:41 -0500 (EST)
From: Lauren Marcus <lmarcusnaturalquestion.com>
Subject: Comp Ling: Natural-Lang Software/ nQuest, Inc., Washington DC USA


Rank of Job: n/a
Areas Required: linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Written English 
University or Organization: nQuest, Inc.
Department: Lexicography
State or Province: DC
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: on-going
Contact: Lauren Marcus lmarcusnaturalquestion.com

Address for Applications:
1046 Potomac Street NW
Washington
DC 20007
USA

nQuest, Inc. seeks individuals with a love of language and linguistics
for entry-level positions. The job entails developing and expanding an
on-line lexicon to be used in nQuest's natural-language software
solutions. Candidates must have strong ability in written English. 
Language/Linguistics education, experience in a language-related field
and/or foreign language skills are all beneficial. Familiarity with
Princeton University's WordNet project is a plus. 

nQuest, Inc. is a fast-growing Internet software start-up. We offer
stimulating work in a casual environment in Washington, DC. We also
offer competitive salaries, stock options, and full benefits. For more
information, visit www.naturalquestion.com. 
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