LINGUIST List 15.1966

Wed Jun 30 2004

Jobs: Comp Ling: Formalization Engineer, Delphes

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  1. cbeaudet, Comp Ling: Formalization Engineer, Delphes Technologies International

Message 1: Comp Ling: Formalization Engineer, Delphes Technologies International

Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 12:52:52 -0400 (EDT)
From: cbeaudet <>
Subject: Comp Ling: Formalization Engineer, Delphes Technologies International

University or Organization: Delphes Technologies International
Department: Development - Linguistics
Rank of Job: Linguistic Formalization Engineer
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Semantics

Leader in Intelligent Information Management Systems (IIMS), Delphes'
mission is to develop high-performance business solutions for its
corporate and government clients that meet their need to integrate
critical knowledge in their business process. Delphes' objective is to
offer its clients an immediate return on investment by optimizing
their informational architecture assets.


We are looking for a talented person to contribute to the development
of our business solutions by being able to model linguistic knowledge
for computer applications.

The candidate will mainly be responsible for:
- Ensuring the connection between formal representations &
- Creating & evaluating algorithms for applications with Advanced
 Natural Language Capabilities
- Fit R&D process into software development life cycle
Qualifications required: 
- Master's or Ph.D. in Linguistics or Compter Science with
 specialization in Computational Linguistics
- Experience in natural language processing, artificial intelligence or
 data mining
- At least 2 years of corporate experience 
- Excellent knowledge of French and English 
- Good knowledge of object oriented programming languages (C++)

Our offices are located in Montreal, Quebec (Canada).


Address for Applications:

	Attn: Human Resources Department Recruiter
	75, Queen Street, Suite 3100
	Montreal, Quebec H3C 2N6

	Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Tel: 514.938.4500
	Fax: 514.908.2885
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