LINGUIST List 13.201

Fri Jan 25 2002

Jobs: Computational Ling: Project Manager, UK

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  1. Rachael West, Computational Ling: Project Manager at Voice Futures, London UK

Message 1: Computational Ling: Project Manager at Voice Futures, London UK

Date: 25 Jan 2002 12:26:31 -0000
From: Rachael West <RachaelWVisionRecruitment.com>
Subject: Computational Ling: Project Manager at Voice Futures, London UK


Rank of Job: Manager
Areas Required: PROJECT MANAGER (Speech Recognition Consultancy)
University or Organization: Voice Futures
Department: Speech Recruitment
State or Province: London
Country: UK
Final Date of Application: March 2002 (asap please)
Contact: Rachael West RachaelWVisionRecruitment.com

Address for Applications:
pls apply via email or telephone
London
UK

Job Title	Project Manager - Speech Recognition Solutions Provider 
Location	UK
Reference	VSCPM2


Role Outline

* Manage developers producing innovative solutions within the speech
recognition field, managing both development and implementation
activities

* Work with the pre-sales team to win new business

* Motivate teams to deliver their best

Essential Experience
* 3 years project management in IT
* A SW development background, preferably C++/Java
* Excellent expectation management skills

Beneficial Experience
* Development experience in the Speech Recognition or Telecomms fields
* Experience in the use the Prince 2 methodology
* Degree - IT or Engineering related

Additional Information
* Objectives will be broad so there is plenty of scope for taking the
initiative, being imaginative and promoting ideas
* candidates will need to feel comfortable delivering complex solutions
within an environment which is sometimes unstructured/chaotic



Salary 			ca.GBP50K + benefits
Location		UK
Reference		VSCPM2
Contact			Rachael West RachaelWVisionRecruitment.com
Further Information	http://www.VoiceFutures.com
Phone +44 20 8390 6390
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