LINGUIST List 11.2225

Sun Oct 15 2000

Jobs: French Linguist at WordStream, MA USA

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  1. Steven Snyder, French Linguist at WordStream, MA USA

Message 1: French Linguist at WordStream, MA USA

Date: 12 Oct 2000 16:48:34 -0000
From: Steven Snyder <infowordstream.com>
Subject: French Linguist at WordStream, MA USA


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Linguist
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: WordStream
Department: 
State or Province: MA
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 01/01/2001
Contact: Steven Snyder infowordstream.com

Address for Applications:
48 Grove Street
Somerville
MA 02144
USA

WordStream provides next-generation tools for global communication. Our
patented technology enables accurate information exchange in real time
across multiple languages. As a fully funded, early-stage company,
WordStream seeks an energetic and committed lead linguist for its French
language team. This is an outstanding opportunity to assume a key role
in an Internet infrastructure company that is changing the way people
communicate.

We are seeking someone with a passion for linguistics to join our highly
motivated, highly skilled team. A background in computational
linguistics is preferred as well as a Ph.D. from a major university. 
The candidate should have near-native fluency in French. In addition,
the candidate 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 Sheiber, 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.

http://www.wordstream.com
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