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LINGUIST List 16.2761

Mon Sep 26 2005

Jobs: Intonation: Annotator, Stanford U/U of Edinburgh

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        1.    Sasha Calhoun, Intonation/Prosody: Annotator, Stanford University/University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Message 1: Intonation/Prosody: Annotator, Stanford University/University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Date: 25-Sep-2005
From: Sasha Calhoun <Sasha.Calhouned.ac.uk>
Subject: Intonation/Prosody: Annotator, Stanford University/University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


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University or Organization: Stanford University/University of Edinburgh
Department: Linguistics
Job Rank: Annotator
Specialty Areas: Intonation/Prosody
Required Language(s): English (eng)


Description:

Short-term Prosody Annotation Contract

A joint project between Stanford University and the University of
Edinburgh is looking for a prosodic annotator. The applicant must be a
native speaker of English and be willing to work off-site with minimal
supervision. Prior training in the ToBI intonation annotation system
required; applicants must be able to annotate data using a cut-down
version of ToBi without extensive further training. Unfortunately, because
of visa restrictions, you must be a US citizen working in the US. We are
looking for a minimum commitment of 10-20hrs/week, to start as soon as
possible. Depending on the hours worked, we anticipate the contract to be
for 2-3 months. If you are interested please contact Jason Brenier
jbreniercolorado.edu or Sasha Calhoun Sasha.Calhouned.ac.uk


Address for Applications:

Sasha Calhoun
c/o CSTR, University of Edinburgh
2 Buccleuch Pl
Edinburgh EH8 9LW
United Kingdom

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Sasha Calhoun
Email: Sasha.Calhouned.ac.uk
Phone: +441316511768
Website: http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/s0199920


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