LINGUIST List 11.1575

Wed Jul 19 2000

Jobs: Ontology Editors/Graduate Trainee, Wordmap Ltd.

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  1. Christopher Brewster, Ontology Editors at Wordmap Ltd. UK
  2. Christopher Brewster, Comp Ling: Graduate Trainee at Wordmap Ltd. UK

Message 1: Ontology Editors at Wordmap Ltd. UK

Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 10:41:29 +0100
From: Christopher Brewster <christopher.brewsterwordmap.com>
Subject: Ontology Editors at Wordmap Ltd. UK



Rank of Job: n/a
Areas Required: Ontology editors
Other Desired Areas: lexicography, reference publishing
University or Organization: Wordmap Ltd.
Department: n/a
State or Province: n/a
Country: United Kingdom
Final Date of Application: 11 August 2000
Contact: Bill Hutchison Bill.Hutchisonwordmap.com

Address for Applications:

Wordmap Ltd.
26 Upper Borough Walls,
Bath, United Kingdom, BA1 1RH

These challenging roles involve the development of ontologies using
real-world and linguistic data. You will manage freelance contributors and
work with our software developers in designing intelligent search systems.
Experience in reference publishing or a closely related field is essential.
REF: WM/ED/700A
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Message 2: Comp Ling: Graduate Trainee at Wordmap Ltd. UK

Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 10:44:43 +0100
From: Christopher Brewster <christopher.brewsterwordmap.com>
Subject: Comp Ling: Graduate Trainee at Wordmap Ltd. UK



Rank of Job: Graduate Trainee
Areas Required: editors
Other Desired Areas: lexicography, reference publishing
University or Organization: Wordmap Ltd.
Department: n/a
State or Province: n/a
Country: United Kingdom
Final Date of Application: 11 August 2000
Contact: Bill Hutchison Bill.Hutchisonwordmap.com

Address for Applications:

Wordmap Ltd.
26 Upper Borough Walls,
Bath, United Kingdom, BA1 1RH

You will be literate and logical, with a cheerful and flexible attitude
towards work. A qualification in electronic publishing or information
science would be ideal; an excellent academic background, demonstrable
enthusiasm for the Web, good general knowledge, and computer literacy are
essential. 
REF: WM/GT/700B
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