LINGUIST List 12.2985

Thu Nov 29 2001

Jobs: Computational Ling: Lecturer, London UK

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  1. Shalom Lappin, Computational Ling: Lecturer at King's College, London UK

Message 1: Computational Ling: Lecturer at King's College, London UK

Date: 29 Nov 2001 14:05:21 -0000
From: Shalom Lappin <>
Subject: Computational Ling: Lecturer at King's College, London UK

Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: NLP/Computational Linguistics
University or Organization: King's College, London
Department: Computer Science
Country: UK
Final Date of Application: January 31, 2002
Contact: Shalom Lappin

Address for Applications:
Ebony Kenton, Personnel Dept. King's College, London, The Strand,

 Lectureship in NLP/CL at King's College, London

The Natural Language Processing Group in the Department of Computer
Science at King's College, London is seeking a computational linguist
to fill one of the five lectureship positions that the Department has
just announced. 

The candidate should have research and teaching competence in
statistical NLP. He/she should also be interested in formal and
computational syntax and semantics. In addition to NLP courses, he/she
should be able to teach some basic computer science courses. 

The appointment will be made at the appropriate point on either the
Lecturer A scale (currently 19,585 to 26,327 GBP) or the Lecturer B
scale (currently 27,337 to 34,349 GBP). The salary includes the 2,134
GBP London allowance. 

Information on the Department and the NLP group can be found on the
Department web site at . For an application
form and further details please contact 

Ebony Kenton,
Personnel Department, King's College, London, the Strand, London WC2R
2LS, UK 

and quote reference A1/CCS/86/01/. In addition, please send an online
cv (text, ps, or pdf file) and covering note to Shalom Lappin at The closing date for receipt of applications is
January 31, 2002. Equality of opportunity is College policy.
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