LINGUIST List 11.1827

Wed Aug 30 2000

Jobs: Comp Linguist,Philips Speech Processing Austria

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  1. Daniela Colleoni, Comp Linguist at Philips Speech Processing, Vienna Austria

Message 1: Comp Linguist at Philips Speech Processing, Vienna Austria

Date: 29 Aug 2000 16:02:06 -0000
From: Daniela Colleoni <daniela.colleoniphilips.com>
Subject: Comp Linguist at Philips Speech Processing, Vienna Austria


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Linguist
Other Desired Areas: Computerlinguist
University or Organization: Philips Speech Processing
Department: Human Resources Management
State or Province: Vienna
Country: Austria
Final Date of Application: September 20th, 2000
Contact: Daniela Colleoni daniela.colleoniphilips.com

Address for Applications:
Computerstrasse 6
Vienna
1101
Austria

Philips Speech Processing is one of the leading speech technology
companies world-wide. In our competence centers in Vienna, Aachen,
Dallas and Taipei we develop speech recognition and language
understanding software for IT and telecom applications and for voice
controlled appliances - a cornerstone of state of the art software
technology. At our Vienna based Corporate Centre we formulate all
strategic decisions for the world wide speech technology business.

We need to further expand to foster our leading position in this fast
growing market. We offer creative and dynamic personalities the
following career opportunity:

	Language Resources Developer / Speech Recognition

Your major tasks will be:
- phonetic transcription
- lexicon maintenance
- maintenance of text and sound files
- context creation

You bring along:
Education:
university degree in computer linguistics
university degree in linguistics with very good computer skills

Social skills:
- good team player
- decision maker
- initiative
- reliable
- independent

IT-knowledge:
basic programming skills (PERL, AWK, PROLOG, or C++)	

Languages:
US-English native speaker
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