LINGUIST List 11.2007

Thu Sep 21 2000

Jobs: Linguists, WordStream Massachusetts USA

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  1. Steven Snyder, Linguists at WordStream, Massachusetts USA

Message 1: Linguists at WordStream, Massachusetts USA

Date: 21 Sep 2000 18:20:29 -0000
From: Steven Snyder <>
Subject: Linguists at WordStream, Massachusetts USA

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Linguists
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: WordStream
State or Province: MA
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 12/01/00
Contact: Steven Snyder

Address for Applications: 48 Grove Street
			 MA 02144

At WordStream, we have broken the language barrier on the
Internet. Our patented technology enables accurate information
exchange in real time across multiple languages. As a fully funded,
early-stage company, WordStream seeks energetic, committed leaders for
its language development teams. These are outstanding opportunities to
assume key leadership roles in an Internet infrastructure company that
is changing the way people communicate on the Internet.

We are actively assembling a team of highly motivated, highly skilled
Linguists for multiple language teams. A background in computational
linguistics is preferred as well as a Ph.D. or Masters Degree from a
major university. Our team members must be able to work independently
and must have high standards for accuracy and attention to detail.

Our world-class Technical Advisory Board - Alec Marantz, Chair of
MIT's Department of Linguistics and Philosophy; Steven Pinker,
Professor of Psychology in MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive
Sciences; and Stuart Shieber, Professor of Computer Sciences at
Harvard University - will help guide our language team and provide
expert input on a regular basis.

We provide competitive salaries, benefits and stock options. 

WordStream is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please visit our website:
Email resumes along with cover letter to:
Fax: 617-666-2850
48 Grove Street
Somerville, MA 02144
Attention: Human Resources
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