LINGUIST List 14.3268

Wed Nov 26 2003

Jobs: Basque: Language Specialist, Scansoft Belgium

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  1. bart.deneve, Basque: Language Specialist, Scansoft Belgium BVBA

Message 1: Basque: Language Specialist, Scansoft Belgium BVBA

Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 06:16:00 -0500 (EST)
From: bart.deneve <>
Subject: Basque: Language Specialist, Scansoft Belgium BVBA

University or Organization: Scansoft Belgium BVBA
Rank of Job: Language Specialist
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics, Computational Linguistics,
		 General Linguistics, Lexicography, Phonetics,
		 Phonology, Syntax, Text/Corpus Linguistics
Required Language(s): Basque, Navarro-labourdin (Code = BQE); Basque
		 (Code = BSQ); Basque, Souletin (Code = BSZ)


Language Specialist Basque language (m/f)
Speech and Language Technology

- You will work within a multi-disciplinary team of linguists,
 engineers and programmers on the development of software systems in
 the field of Speech and Language.
- You will be involved in some aspects of the development life cycle
 focussing on grapheme to phoneme conversion or data annotation.
- Training is given on-the-job, and through technical documentation.
- Dedicated development environments are provided which allow language
 specialists to focus on their content: formalizing linguistic

Your Profile:
- University degree in philology, linguistics, or a speech-related
- Native or near native Basque speaker with a good command of English;
- Solid grounding in linguistic theory, speech or language processing;
- Ability to work in a team and independently;
- IT literate; the ability to use scripting languages like awk and
 perl would be an advantage;
- Perseverance, accuracy and thoroughness;
- Good social and communicative abilities;
- Willingness to travel abroad for limited periods of time.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Mr Bart De Neve
	Guldensporenpark 32
	Merelbeke, 9820
	Applications are due by 01-Mar-2004 

Contact Information:
	Mr Bart De Neve
	Tel: +32 9 239 80 00
	Fax: +32 9 239 80 94
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