LINGUIST List 11.1500

Mon Jul 10 2000

Jobs: Comp Linguists/Scientists, SRA International

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  1. Mila Ramos-Santacruz, Comp Linguists and Scientists at SRA International, Inc. Virginia USA

Message 1: Comp Linguists and Scientists at SRA International, Inc. Virginia USA

Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2000 09:54:28 -0400
From: Mila Ramos-Santacruz <milaverdi.iisd.sra.com>
Subject: Comp Linguists and Scientists at SRA International, Inc. Virginia USA

SRA International, based in Fairfax, Virginia, is currently seeking
computational linguists and computer scientists who are interested in
working on ground-breaking information extraction and other Natural
Language Processing (NLP) technologies. If you want to be immersed in
these exciting technologies and work within a dynamic, collegial,
advanced technology organization, this is the place for you!

Requirements for Computational Linguists:

B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics or Linguistics with a
computational minor. NLP work experience is substitutable as
appropriate. Foreign language knowledge is a plus.

Requirements for Computer Scientists:

Computer scientists with strong computational linguistic, linguistic,
or language interests. B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in Computer Science with
strong C++ and/or Java programming skills in Unix/NT environments.
Experience in machine learning a plus; experience in XML is also
desirable.

Who is SRA?

SRA International (Fairfax, Virginia; http://www.sra.com) is a premier
developer of information systems and provider of a full range of
information technology services for both commercial and federal
clients. Fortune magazine lists SRA as one of the 100 Best Companies
to work for in America (January 2000). For the second year in a row,
Business Week lists SRA as one of the 20 leading private information
technology companies (June 2000).

SRA is an industry leader in the research, development and application
of advanced NLP technologies. SRA has a continuing commitment to
advancing the state of the art in a number of areas which are key to
analyzing large volumes of textual data. Areas include:

 - multilingual information extraction
 - multilingual information retrieval
 - summarization
 - clustering
 - categorization
 - visualization
 - speech recognition applications
 - text and data mining.

Submit your resume through http://www.sra.com or fax it to 888-220-3857,
Attn: Amanda Schutz. Salaries are dependent on qualifications and are
highly competitive. We are an equal opportunity employer, m/f/d/v and
maintain a drug-free work force.
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