LINGUIST List 10.850

Fri Jun 4 1999

Jobs: Senior Programmer Analyst, General Linguistics

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  1. 915602, JOBOP Senior Programmer Analyst
  2. New User, General linguistics/Wellesley College

Message 1: JOBOP Senior Programmer Analyst

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 15:35:23 -0500 (CDT)
From: 915602 <>
Subject: JOBOP Senior Programmer Analyst

I am seeking an individual within the following conditions:

I represent a leading aggregator, integrator, and syndicator of
value-added and real-time news sources for the worlds leading
financial and business information distributors. My client currently
leads the industry by setting the standard for comprehensive and
compelling content and electronically enabled metadata for business
news and analysis. Currently, they are looking for a Senior Programmer
to join their Information Technology development team. In this role,
an individual will work as part of a team to build a new real-time
news processing system to broadcast on the Internet. The ideal
candidate will have at least 3 years of programming experience with at
least 2 years of Windows NT programming in C++. Prior experience
working with Visual Basic and SQL Server is a plus. For the right
person, the salary can go as high as $80,000 with generous bonuses and
a great benefits package.

Geographic Location of Position: Northern VA

If you know anyone that might be interested, please 
forward this to them or contact:
Megan McCullough
Diedre Moire Corporation
Voice: 609-584-9000 ext 275
Fax: 609-584-9575

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Message 2: General linguistics/Wellesley College

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 16:57:30 +0000
From: New User <alevittWELLESLEY.EDU>
Subject: General linguistics/Wellesley College

General Linguistics/ Wellesley College

The Language Studies Program at Wellesley College invites applications
for a part-time, non-tenure track, visiting assistant professor
position. The position is for the 1999-2000 academic year, with the
possibility of renewal. The successful candidate must show evidence
of considerable teaching skill at the undergraduate level and must be
able to assure the core curriculum in linguistics, which includes the
introductory course, intermediate courses in phonetics and phonology
and/or syntax and semantics, and advanced courses in the candidate's
area of specialization. Wellesley College is an EO/AA educational
institution and employer; successful candidates must be able to work
effectively in a culturally diverse environment. Applications from
women, minorities, veterans, and candidates with disabilities are

Qualifications: Ph.D. in linguistics
Area of specialization: Open, though special attention will be paid
to candidates with backgrounds in historical linguistics,
sociolinguistics, and/or phonetics.
Duties: Two courses per semester
Application deadline: June 28, 1999

Please submit a vita, letter of application, representative samples
of published or unpublished work, and at least three confidential
letters of recommendation to:

Professor Andrea Levitt
Language Studies Program
Wellesley College
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481-8203

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