LINGUIST List 12.2265

Sat Sep 15 2001

Jobs: Gen'l Ling/Text & Corpus Ling, Researcher, UK

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Message 1: General Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Researcher at University of Liverpool

Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 15:20:34 +0000
From: ant <antrdues.liv.ac.uk>
Subject: General Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Researcher at University of Liverpool




University or Organization: University of Liverpool
Rank of Job: Researcher
Specialty Areas Required: General Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics
Other Desired Specialties: WWW Programming, Unix, System Administration


Description:

Address for Applications:
Director of Personnel, The University of Liverpool
Liverpool
Merseyside L69 3BX
UK

Research and Development Unit for English Studies

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE/FELLOW

Initial Salary within the range �20,267 - �25,203

A further vacancy has arisen for a software developer to join a team
of researchers working on innovative corpus linguistic applications
for the language and NLP communities. The post requires solid C/C++
and Perl programming skills, and knowledge of the nature of the
English Language. It will initially run for 2 years, relating
primarily to two EPSRC-funded projects concerning the extraction of
linguistic information from the World Wide Web
(http://www.webcorp.org.uk) and the retrieval of related documents
from textual databases. Experience in WWW programming, Unix tools,
CGI programming, information retrieval/search-engine technology, and
systems administration tasks under Solaris/Unix-style environments is
preferable.

Quote Ref: A/017		
Further particulars and details of the application procedure should be
requested from the Director of Personnel, The University of Liverpool,
Liverpool L69 3BX, on 0151 794 2210 (24 hr answerphone) or via email:
jobsliv.ac.uk, Web site at http://www.liv.ac.uk.

COMMITTED TO EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

Position is open until filled.



For more information, contact:

	Antoinette Renouf 
	antrdues.liv.ac.uk
	http://www.liv.ac.uk
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