LINGUIST List 11.439

Thu Mar 2 2000

Jobs: Comp/General Ling Manager L&H Speech Products

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  1. Kathleen Whitman, Comp/General Ling: Manager at Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products, Massachusetts USA

Message 1: Comp/General Ling: Manager at Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products, Massachusetts USA

Date: 1 Mar 2000 14:44:20 -0000
From: Kathleen Whitman <kwhitmanlhsl.com>
Subject: Comp/General Ling: Manager at Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products, Massachusetts USA


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Engineering
University or Organization: Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products
Department: 
State or Province: Massachusetts
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 3/17/00
Contact: Kathleen Whitman kwhitmanlhsl.com

Address for Applications:
4375 Jutland Drive, Suite 110
San Diego
CA 92117
USA

Location : San Diego/CA
Vacancy : 002 GCAN-4GYNFF
Function title : Linguistics Manager

The Linguistic Team Manager is responsible for both short and long term
development activities, of a team of linguists and lexicographers,
developing bilingual machine translation software. The team consists of
specialists in English and the other languages supported by L&H's
Barcelona machine translations system. In addition to managing the
ongoing activities of the linguists themselves, the Linguistic Team
Manager is also responsible for ensuring communication between the
linguistic and engineering staffs at every stage of the development
process. 

Experience with rule base and lexicon development involving databases
and programming tools is a prerequisite.

The Linguistic Team Manager should have extensive (3-5 years) experience
managing medium- to large-sized groups of skilled linguists and
lexicographers in a commercial software development setting. This person
must be highly organized and able to handle multiple projects at one
time.

A Masters or Ph.D. in linguistics, computational linguistics, or a
related field required.
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