LINGUIST List 11.2221

Sat Oct 14 2000

Jobs: Comp Grammarian (German), Microsoft Washington

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  1. Suzanne Evans, Computational Grammarian (German) at Microsoft, Washington USA

Message 1: Computational Grammarian (German) at Microsoft, Washington USA

Date: 12 Oct 2000 22:10:21 -0000
From: Suzanne Evans <>
Subject: Computational Grammarian (German) at Microsoft, Washington USA

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Computational Grammarian - German
Other Desired Areas: German
University or Organization: Microsoft
State or Province: WA
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: n/a
Contact: Suzanne Evans

Address for Applications:
One Microsoft Way
WA 98052

Computational Grammarian - German 

The NLP Group in Microsoft Research is looking for a computational
grammarian for German. The positions will be located on the Microsoft
central campus in Redmond, Washington, USA. The NLP Research group
began in 1991, and has grown to include 7 languages, all of which have
well-developed broad coverage analysis components. The grammarian's
primary responsibilities will be to collaborate with a group of
researchers (within the context of a German team) on the development
of linguistic modules inside the systems. These currently include an
analysis grammar, a logical form component and an experimental
generation module. The grammarian's qualifications should include
experience in linguistic research, software development and natural
language processing; a flexible approach to linguistic theory; and an
advanced degree in linguistics, or a closely related
discipline. Native proficiency in the language of choice is
assumed. Familiarity with generation is a plus.

If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume as a
Word document or in ASCII text format with code number N05rc-2u
indicated in the subject line to: 

Be sure to specify the position of interest. For more information,
please visit Microsoft is an equal
opportunity employer and supports workforce diversity.
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