LINGUIST List 11.671

Fri Mar 24 2000

Jobs: Linguistic Analyst (Comp Ling/Bio-Medicine)

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  1. Larry Pasquale, Linguistic Analyst (Comp Ling/Bio-Medicine) at InGenuity Systems, California United States

Message 1: Linguistic Analyst (Comp Ling/Bio-Medicine) at InGenuity Systems, California United States

Date: 24 Mar 2000 22:56:44 -0000
From: Larry Pasquale <jobsingenuity.com>
Subject: Linguistic Analyst (Comp Ling/Bio-Medicine) at InGenuity Systems, California United States


Rank of Job: Mid to Senior level
Areas Required: Bio-medicine
Other Desired Areas: Sciences 
University or Organization: InGenuity Systems
Department: Knowledge Engineering/Acquisition
State or Province: California
Country: United States
Final Date of Application: April 30, 2000
Contact: Larry Pasquale jobsingenuity.com

Address for Applications:
500 Ellis Street
Mt. View
CA 94043
United States 

Linguistic Analyst 

We are building advanced tools for automated data mining/knowledge
extraction from text. We are looking for linguists that have experience
in the lexical, syntactic and semantic analysis of textual data.
Knowledge of bio-medicine and programming is a plus. 

Responsibilities include: Study and analysis of textual data in a
large bio-medical corpus at lexical, syntactic, and semantic levels.
Summarization and documentation of the output of linguistic analysis
to support decision-making regarding system design. Formulation and
evaluation of computational rules for text-based data mining/knowledge
extraction. Grammar formation for a sub-language in the bio-medical
research domain Design, implementation, and evaluation of a
bio-medical information extraction system.

Requirements:
Two or more years of relevant experience.
Bachelor degree in linguistics or related areas. 
Good knowledge of English syntax, lexical and morphological structures.
Sensitivity to linguistic issues 
Good analytic and problem-solving skills.

Preferred:
Familiarity with bio-medical literature a plus 
Familiarity with NLP and programming skills a plus 
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