LINGUIST List 15.1671

Thu May 27 2004

Jobs: Cognitive Science: Interface Designer, TX, USA

Editor for this issue: Tomoko Okuno <>


  1. kim.certain, Cognitive Science: Voice User Interface Designer, Intervoice, Inc., TX

Message 1: Cognitive Science: Voice User Interface Designer, Intervoice, Inc., TX

Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 17:19:11 -0400 (EDT)
From: kim.certain <>
Subject: Cognitive Science: Voice User Interface Designer, Intervoice, Inc., TX

University or Organization: Intervoice, Inc.
Department: Professional Services
Rank of Job: Voice User Interface Designer
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science, Human Factors


Create the future of Human-computer interaction - A VUI Designer
performs requirements gathering, analysis, and construction of voice
user interface designs for automated processing employing Automatic
Speech Recognition (ASR) capabilities. Use of software design tools,
report writing, usability testing, working with programmers, and
quality assurance duties are necessary. Tasks require interaction with
internal and customer staff. May also include customer consultation
and internal/external training duties on design concepts. Also
includes application tuning and problem analysis duties such as
transcription, data collection, and report preparation. Other related
duties as determined by management may be required. Requires a
Bachelor's degree in Cognitive Science, Human Factors, Industrial
Psychology, MIS, Product Design, Liberal Arts plus technical, or a
related field or equivalent experience. Superior analysis, synthesis,
presentation and written/oral communication skills are a
must. Assertiveness and decision-making skills are very
important. Good understanding of psychological principals is
helpful. Familiarity with linguistics or ASR appreciated but not

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Kim Certain
	17811 Waterview Pkwy
	Dallas, TX 75252
	United States of America 

	Applications are due by 30-Jun-2004

Contact Information:

	Kim Certain.
	Tel: 972-454-8618
	Fax: 972-454-3195

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