LINGUIST List 10.371

Wed Mar 10 1999

Jobs: NLP, Japanese Lang

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  1. Jian Su, NLP(Chinese/English) Researcher Engineer at KRDL, Singapore
  2. Tomiko Narahara, Japanese; Temporary Teacher at U of Cal in Santa Barbara

Message 1: NLP(Chinese/English) Researcher Engineer at KRDL, Singapore

Date: Mon, 08 Mar 1999 09:55:01 +0800
From: Jian Su <sujiankrdl.org.sg>
Subject: NLP(Chinese/English) Researcher Engineer at KRDL, Singapore

 Kent Ridge Digital Labs (KRDL)(http://www.krdl.org.sg/)
 is the premier national R&D organisation spearheading the
 research and development of information and networking
 technology.

 With an international team of 400 research scientists and
 engineers, KRDL offers industry partners the technology and
 technical leadership to become global players in the IT market:
 life sciences, information, education, transportation &
 logistics, and electronic commerce.

 At KRDL, we are committed to creating new breakthrough
 technologies that make a significant difference in the quality of

 life in the information age. At KRDL, you will find a community
 of unique individuals who know how to work hard, and play hard.
 We have the world -- in our hands.

 KRDL - the cradle for new technologies for the digital age.


 SENIOR / RESEARCH ENGINEERS

 Ref.: KLAB/02/99 (1)

 Position 1

 Your responsibility will include research into
 English & Chinese parsing and text understanding system using
 corpus-based approach, finite state transducer, and etc.

 Position 2

 You will be part of the team that will design and implementation
 of English & Chinese parsing and text understanding system.

 Requirements:

 Master/PhD Degree in Computer Science, preferably in NLP
 related area;
 Experience in Chinese & English NLP, especially parsing and
 text understanding;
 Good C/C++ programming skill;
 Good communication skill and initiative.

 CONTACT:
 ***********
 Email: sujiankrdl.org.sg

 Ref.: KLAB/02/99 (2)

 You will assist the project leader to research and implement
 NLP-related projects, eg: thesaurus building and text
 summarization.

 Requirements:

 Degree in Computer Science
 Minimum 2 years experience of software development is
 essential while NLP-related experience is preferred
 In-depth knowledge about C/C++ and database technology
 Familiar with natural language processing technology

 CONTACT:
 ***********
 Email: dhjikrdl.org.sg

 Please contact us if you're interested in the above jobs. Or if you
 know someone who have related experiences, could you please
 forward the ad to them?
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Message 2: Japanese; Temporary Teacher at U of Cal in Santa Barbara

Date: Sun, 07 Mar 1999 21:46:25 -0800
From: Tomiko Narahara <naraharahumanitas.ucsb.edu>
Subject: Japanese; Temporary Teacher at U of Cal in Santa Barbara


TEMPORARY TEACHING POSITION
DEPARTMENT OF EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES & CULTURAL STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA

Area of Specialization: Japanese

Applications are invited for anticipated part-time and full-time
academic teaching positions in 1999/00 in Japanese language
instruction (contingent upon funding). Applicants should possess a
Master's degree in Linguistics or Language Pedagogy and have prior
teaching experience.

The salary is based on U.C. scale and depends upon qualifications.
The appointments have a possibility of renewal.

Candidates should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a
video of their teaching (if possible) and arrange to have three
letters of recommendation sent to:

Chair, Lecturer Search,
Department of East Asian
Languages and Cultural Studies
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA
93106

Review starts March 25.

Applications will be kept active for consideration for all appropriate
vacancies within the department for one academic year (July 1-June
30). Applicants must resubmit a new application letter each academic
year to retain eligibility. Terms and conditions of employment are
subject to UC policy and any appropriate collective bargaining
agreement. An EO/AA Employer.
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