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LINGUIST List 16.3159

Wed Nov 02 2005

Jobs: English/Text Mining: Programmer, TX

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        1.     Linguistics Department, English & Text Mining; Information Retrieval and Extraction: Programmer, FineTooth, TX, USA

Message 1: English & Text Mining; Information Retrieval and Extraction: Programmer, FineTooth, TX, USA
Date: 01-Nov-2005
From: Linguistics Department <linguisticsfinetooth.com>
Subject: English & Text Mining; Information Retrieval and Extraction: Programmer, FineTooth, TX, USA

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University or Organization: FineTooth
Job Rank: Programmer
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Text Mining;
Information Retrieval and Extraction
Required Language(s): English (eng)


If you're committed to producing quality work, in an exciting and growing
department, look to FineTooth. As a premier provider of data mining solutions,
our clients span both the medical and legal industries, so you'll benefit from
diverse challenges.

We are currently looking for a programmer to:
-• Design and implement parsing rules for free-text legal and medical documentation
-• Create and develop information retrieval and extraction solutions for
free-text legal and medical documentation
-• Work with the user community to understand and prioritize the client
(internal and/or external) requirements
-• Assess design implications of new requirements and be able to communicate
this information to all affected groups.
-• Lead design and review sessions

Required skills:
•- Excellent Programming Skills: Unix, C or C++, Perl
-• Excellent analytical skills
-• Strong written and oral communication skills
-• Experience with at least one of these: parsers and compilers, data mining,
linguistics, SQL or PHP

We are located in Austin, Texas. Please send resumes and inquiries to
linguisticsfinetooth.com with programmer in the subject line.

Address for Applications

Linguistics Department
12301 Research Blvd., Suite 4-150
Austin, TX 78759

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information

Linguistics Department
Email: linguisticsfinetooth.com
Website: http://www.finetooth.com

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