LINGUIST List 13.1115

Tue Apr 23 2002

Jobs: Computational Ling: Veridian, Buffalo NY USA

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  1. Lissa Carroll, Computational Linguistics: Mid level at Veridian, New York USA

Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Mid level at Veridian, New York USA

Date: 22 Apr 2002 20:30:37 -0000
From: Lissa Carroll <>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Mid level at Veridian, New York USA

Rank of Job: Mid level
Areas Required: Computational Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Software Development
University or Organization: Veridian 
Department: Information Knowledge Management
State or Province: New York
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 5/31/02
Contact: Lissa Carroll

Address for Applications:
4455 Genesee Street
New York 14225

Computational Linguist
Software Engineer

Veridian, a full spectrum information solutions provider, involved in
engineering systems for the Federal and Commercial markets has several
opportunities for IT professionals. The Information Technology
Knowledge Management (ITKM) group is seeking individuals with the
capability to help develop, test, and install text exploitation systems.
 We are currently seeking creative individuals to assist in software
development and customization in the areas of computational
linguistics, natural language processing, information extraction, and
data mining. The ideal candidates would possess a BS in Computer
Science/Engineering, working knowledge of C/C++, computational
linguistics, and experience with applications that require natural
language processing capabilities.

Applicants selected must possess US Citizenship, will be subject to a
government security investigation and must meet eligibility
requirements for access to classified information.

We encourage you to join a diverse team of engineering and software
professionals involved in high-tech defense contracting. Qualified
respondents may apply online at: and search
for requisition number 1145 (EOE/AA/ISO 9001).
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