LINGUIST List 11.1337

Fri Jun 16 2000

Jobs: Linguistics Analyst,

Editor for this issue: Naomi Ogasawara <>


  1. Michelle Terry, Linguistics Analyst at, Washington DC USA

Message 1: Linguistics Analyst at, Washington DC USA

Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 10:14:15 -0400
From: Michelle Terry <>
Subject: Linguistics Analyst at, Washington DC USA

Linguistics Analyst

AnswerLogic seeks a customer focused, results oriented individual to join
the company's Technical Services team. 
Responsibilities will include: Analyze /assess question/answer sets for 
 Assemble and understand specific customer 
 Will help to identify lexicon/parser/content 
 Will run/use developed tools as well as 
 existing lexicon/content analysis tools.
 May be responsible for making lexicon changes 
 or working with Linguistics team to incorporate
 lexicon changes

Qualified persons will have a solid understanding of English grammar -
including the ability to categorize words (part of speech) and identify
their functions. Demonstrated interest in linguistics via coursework or
independent study is also essential. Strong English language ability and
excellent verbal and written communication skills are a must. Familiarity
with Princeton University's WordNet project and a strong financial and
technical vocabulary is a plus. Some travel to customer sites required.

AnswerLogic offers competitive salaries, stock options and full benefits, as
well as a stimulating environment with opportunity for advancement.
Qualified candidates please send resume and cover letter to: 

Please note that applications without a detailed cover letter will not 
be considered.
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