LINGUIST List 13.1358

Wed May 15 2002

Jobs: Computational Ling: NLP in WA USA

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  1. Angela Nelson, Natural Language Processing: Senior Processor, Washington USA

Message 1: Natural Language Processing: Senior Processor, Washington USA

Date: 14 May 2002 18:20:31 -0000
From: Angela Nelson <angela.nelsonpnl.gov>
Subject: Natural Language Processing: Senior Processor, Washington USA


Rank of Job: Senior
Areas Required: Natural Language Processing
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Department: Information Sciences & Engineering
State or Province: Washington
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 6/15/02
Contact: Angela Nelson angela.nelsonpnl.gov

Address for Applications:
902 Battelle Blvd. (K7-34)
Richland
WA 99352
USA

Sr. Natural Language Processor

Level IV: BS degree in Computer Science, Linguistics, or related
discipline, with seven or more years of related experience, MS degree
with five or more years of related experience or PhD. with three or
more years of related experience is required. Level V: BS degree in
Computer Science, Linguistics, or related discipline with nine years
or more of related experience, MS degree with seven or more years of
related experience, or PhD. with five or more years of related
experience is required. To be considered as a Level V candidates must
be recognized nationally and be able to push technical/scientific
frontiers in natural language, as well as influence scientific
strategies and research agendas. Must have a strong computational
background, experience building natural language systems and
conducting research in this field; familiarity with approaches to one
or more of the following preferred: information retrieval, information
extraction, text mining, discourse modeling and command and control
applications. Should be conversant in both symbolic and statistical
approaches to natural language processing (NLP). Should be able to
easily communicate ideas to researchers unfamiliar with the
field. Must have demonstrated leadership, networking, and mentoring
skills. Must have the desire and ability to interact with clients,
prepare research proposals, and help generate future research
directions. Candidate must have strong oral and written communication
skills and ability to work well in a team environment. Must be able
to work in an interdisciplinary setting. Must have a strong
publication record. Successful candidate will contribute to
inter-disciplinary team of researchers in developing novel
human-computer interface techniques for pervasive computing
environments and decision-support tools. Conceive new and extend
existing natural language algorithms, processes, or systems to assist
in the analysis of textual information, including documents, news
feeds, textual data and meta-data. Apply scientific, technical and
software engineering skills in designing, conducting, leading, and
publishing research studies and in developing and contributing to the
development of new inventions. Generate future research directions
and contribute to tactical and strategic planning. Represent the
Laboratory while interacting with clients. 

Please apply online for this particular position at:
http://jobs.pnl.gov/jobs.asp?req=103699

PNNL is an EEO/AA employer and values diversity in the workplace.
F/M/D/V are encouraged to apply.
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