LINGUIST List 11.1393

Thu Jun 22 2000

Jobs: Comp/Applied Linguist, Vision Recruitment UK

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  1. Adam Stiling, Computational Linguist at Vision Recruitment, London United Kingdom
  2. Adam Stiling, Applied Linguist at Vision Recruitment, London United Kingdom

Message 1: Computational Linguist at Vision Recruitment, London United Kingdom

Date: 22 Jun 2000 09:59:05 -0000
From: Adam Stiling <adamsvisionrecruitment.com>
Subject: Computational Linguist at Vision Recruitment, London United Kingdom


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Computational Linguist
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Vision Recruitment
Department: Recruitment
State or Province: London
Country: United Kingdom
Final Date of Application: 31 July 2000
Contact: Adam Stiling adamsvisionrecruitment.com

Address for Applications:
Suite 8/9 Surbiton Business Centre, 46 Victoria Rd
Surbiton
Surrey KT6 4JL
UK

Computational Linguist required by innovative company currently
building an infrastructure to support a new level of human/computer
interaction providing real-time access to information and services.
The company is building a multi-functional mobile communications
service which will provide seamless integration of Internet and Mobile
technologies.

One of the key roles is for a Computational Linguist.
Requirements include:

* Programming experience in SQL + any of C++, VB, Java

* Experience in dev of user interface dialogue structures.

* Experience in dev of commercial voice driven systems.

* Degree in Computational Linguistics or similar.

Applicants should have at least 2 years experience in either CTI
systems, voice recognition or in conducting relevant research.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a new organisation with
great potential to capture a leading share of this evolving market.

Salary to 55K GBP + stock options.

Applicants from the European Economic Area will be favoured for this
role and it is essential to have excellent English verbal and written
communication skills.
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Message 2: Applied Linguist at Vision Recruitment, London United Kingdom

Date: 22 Jun 2000 10:03:21 -0000
From: Adam Stiling <adamsvisionrecruitment.com>
Subject: Applied Linguist at Vision Recruitment, London United Kingdom


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Applied Linguist
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Vision Recruitment
Department: Recruitment
State or Province: London
Country: United Kingdom
Final Date of Application: 31 July 2000
Contact: Adam Stiling adamsvisionrecruitment.com

Address for Applications:
Suite 8/9 Surbiton Business Centre, 46 Victoria Rd
Surbiton
Surrey KT6 4JL
UK

Applied Linguist required by innovative company currently building an
infrastructure to support a new level of human/computer interaction
providing real-time access to information and services. The company
is building a multi-functional mobile communications service which
will provide seamless integration of Internet and Mobile technologies.

One of the key roles is for an Applied Linguist.
Requirements include:

* Experience in dev of user interface dialogue structures.

* Extensive experience in collection and analysis of data from corpora
 and other sources.

* Extensive experience in collecting human data and of artificial
 language interfaces.

* Experience in dev of commercial voice driven systems.

* Degree in Applied Linguistics, Linguistics or Psychology.

* Experience in use of relational databases/SQL.

Applicants should have at least 2 years experience in either CTI
systems, voice recognition or in conducting relevant research.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a new organisation with
great potential to capture a leading share of this evolving market.

Salary to 55K GBP + stock options.

Applicants from the European Economic Area will be favoured for this
role and it is essential to have excellent English verbal and written
communication skills.
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