LINGUIST List 11.1652

Sat Jul 29 2000

Jobs: Grammar/Dialog Developer: ViaFone, CA USA

Editor for this issue: Jody Huellmantel <>


  1. Jessica Denning, Grammar/Dialog Developer: ViaFone, CA USA

Message 1: Grammar/Dialog Developer: ViaFone, CA USA

Date: 28 Jul 2000 19:54:00 -0000
From: Jessica Denning <>
Subject: Grammar/Dialog Developer: ViaFone, CA USA

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Grammar/Dialog Developer
Other Desired Areas: NLP, computational linguistics
University or Organization: ViaFone
Department: Engineering
State or Province: CA
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: Open
Contact: Jessica Denning

Address for Applications:
2000 Bridge Parkway, Ste 203
Redwood City
CA 94020

Seeking Voice Application Dialog and Grammar Developers

Looking for an exciting challenge? Want to work in the new wireless
frontier? Have experience designing dialogs and grammars for voice

If most of the above apply to you, then ViaFone needs you! ViaFone is
one of the leading developers and hosts of premiere wireless
applications. We count MySimon, CDNow and Ticketmaster among our
customers. We count some of the best and brightest (if not most
personable) people as our employees. We develop apps that work on any
wireless device and are currently seeking individuals with a phonetics
background to assist in the design and development of our voice

Core Skills Desired
1. Experience designing speech recognition application dialogs
(telephone dialogs desired)
2. Background in Linguistics (particularly phonetics)
3. Knowledge of grammar and dictionary building for at least one
commercially available speech recognition system

A Big Plus
1. some background with programming and/or scripting languages
2. experience with data collection for speech recognition engine and/or
application development
3. knowledge of natural language processing or computational

If you&#8217;re interested in joining the wireless revolution, forward
your resume to:

Please reference grammar/dialog designer in your subject heading.
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