LINGUIST List 11.1259

Mon Jun 5 2000

Jobs: Comp Ling Research Scientist, LEXIS-NEXIS Ohio

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  1. Ray Daley, Comp Linguist/Parsing: Research Scientist at LEXIS-NEXIS, Ohio USA

Message 1: Comp Linguist/Parsing: Research Scientist at LEXIS-NEXIS, Ohio USA

Date: 5 Jun 2000 17:25:22 -0000
From: Ray Daley <raymond.daleylexis-nexis.com>
Subject: Comp Linguist/Parsing: Research Scientist at LEXIS-NEXIS, Ohio USA


Rank of Job: Senior Research Scientist
Areas Required: Computational Linguist/Parsing
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: LEXIS-NEXIS
Department: Alliances & New Technologies
State or Province: Ohio
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: September, 2000
Contact: Ray Daley raymond.daleylexis-nexis.com

Address for Applications:
9443 Springboro Pike
Miamisburg
Ohio 45342
USA

JOB DUTIES: This position exists to perform advanced technology research, 
 experimental design, analysis, and development in the area of
 information extraction. The candidate will participate in the team
 development of software products and will provide direct input to
 project plans, methodology, and implementation. Consults with 
 internal customers to gather requirements and provide 
 recommendations. Leads and participates in early stage product 
 design functions. Independently performs analyses to develop and 
 implement high-level research designs.
 Develops moderate-to-advanced prototypes and system components. 
 Remains current on academic and industry research and research 
 advances within his/her area of expertise. Other areas of work 
 include collaborative filtering/recommender systems, text 
 processing, classification and markup, and information retrieval. 

EXPERIENCE: Masters degree in Computational Linguistics or related. 5 years 
 experience desired. Critical skills include experience with parser
 theory and implementation, general pattern recognition, 
 co-reference resolution, and discourse processing. 
 Experience with information extraction systems that have been 
 deployed or tested as part of Message Understanding Conference 
 (MUC) is a plus. Experience in creating large-scale applications 
 in Perl and C++. Ability to work through complex problems and 
 reach a workable solution. Ability to work independently. 
 Excellent communication skills. The qualified candidate should be 
 able to perform advanced technology research, experimental design,
 analysis, and prototyping. 

BENEFITS: Insurance, 401k matching, retirement, excellent vacation, flexible
 work environment, competitive salary and relocation provided.

Please call or write today.
Thanks,

Ray Daley
LEXIS-NEXIS
Alliances and New Technologies
raymond.daleylexis-nexis.com
1-800-227-9597 ext. 6684
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