LINGUIST List 15.1969

Wed Jun 30 2004

Jobs: Comp Ling: Support Engineer, Ask Jeeves, Inc.

Editor for this issue: Sarah Murray <sarahlinguistlist.org>


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  1. tfelicienne, C/C++, .net/c#, Iis/asp Sql Xml: Support Engineer, Ask Jeeves, Inc.

Message 1: C/C++, .net/c#, Iis/asp Sql Xml: Support Engineer, Ask Jeeves, Inc.

Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 18:20:30 -0400 (EDT)
From: tfelicienne <tfelicienneaskjeeves.com>
Subject: C/C++, .net/c#, Iis/asp Sql Xml: Support Engineer, Ask Jeeves, Inc.



University or Organization: Ask Jeeves, Inc.
Rank of Job: Knowledge Engineer/ Support Engineer
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Computational Linguistics,
		 Data Mining


Description:

Support Knowledge Engineering Department for Ask Jeeves web
properties.

 
Job Requirements 
Responsibilities:
- Develop Knowledge Engineering Tools
- Validate/QA Knowledge Engineering Software and Data
- Administer Internal Software and Hardware Systems

Technical Skills:

C/C++, .NET/C#, IIS/ASP/DHTML, SQL, XML/XSLT
MS SQL Server 2000, Visual Studio
Batch file scripting, regular-expressions
Linux / Win2K
Database programming experience
Web programming experience
Perl desired
Computation Linguistics / Data mining skills a plus

Attributes:
Conscientious
Detail-oriented
Self-starter

Additional Requirements:
- 3+ yrs industry experience
- Strong computer programming background (self-starter ok), plus
 relevant experience with linguistics, NLP, data analysis, search
 engines preferred. Undergraduate, graduate, or doctorate degree
 considered, but preference to higher degree and top-tier university.
- Knowledge of a major European or Asian language, besides English, is
 a plus.
 


Address for Applications:

	Attn: *** Please follow link to our online application:
	http://www.askjeevescareers.com/askjeeves/NC.asp?ID=255

	Emeryville, CA 94608
	United States of America 

	Position is open until filled.


Contact Information:
	Ask Jeeves
	Email: tfelicienneaskjeeves.com
	Fax: 510-985-7507
	Website: http://www.Ask.com
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