LINGUIST List 11.532

Sat Mar 11 2000

Jobs: Comp Linguists (French/German) at Logos Corp.

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  1. Linguist jobs, Comp Linguists & Lexicographers (French/German) at Logos Corp., New Jersey USA

Message 1: Comp Linguists & Lexicographers (French/German) at Logos Corp., New Jersey USA

Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 10:57:50 -0500
From: Linguist jobs <>
Subject: Comp Linguists & Lexicographers (French/German) at Logos Corp., New Jersey USA

Logos Corporation, a leading developer of machine translation software, has
openings for energetic (Computational) Linguists and Lexicographers
specialized in French or German at its Technology Development Center, which
is situated less than an hour from New York City in a pleasant residential

This positions' responsibilities include:
	*	Development and maintenance of computational grammars for
our translation engine;
	*	Developing effective strategies for dictionary development
 by mining parallel and monolingual corpora or machine 
 readable glossaries and dictionaries;
	*	Design and development of other linguistic components for
 our translation system;
	*	Providing linguistic expertise for the development of other
 linguistic products and tools.

The ideal candidate will have:
	*	Native or near-native proficiency in English and in French
 or German.
	*	An advanced university degree, with a strong background in
 linguistics and natural language processing.
	*	Experience in language engineering in an industrial or
 commercial setting.
	*	Experience in one or more of the following knowledge areas:
	 machine translation, corpus linguistics, statistical
 language processing, contrastive linguistics, translation, 
 computational lexicography, project management, 
 tools development.
	*	Ability to work independently and in a team.
	*	Programming skills in Java, C++ and/or Perl.

Send r�sum� and cover letter to:
Director of Linguistic Development
Logos Corporation
100 Enterprise Drive, Suite 501 
Rockaway, NJ 07866
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