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LINGUIST List 18.366

Fri Feb 02 2007

Jobs: Lexicography; Various Languages; Nuance Communications

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        1.    Jeff Lilly, Lexicography; Consultant; Nuance Communications

Message 1: Lexicography; Consultant; Nuance Communications
Date: 01-Feb-2007
From: Jeff Lilly <jeff.lillynuance.com>
Subject: Lexicography; Consultant; Nuance Communications

Organization: Nuance Communications, Inc.
Web Address: http://nuance.com
Job Rank: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Lexicography; Translation; Writing Systems
Required Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)
Arabic, South Levantine Spoken (ajp)
Basque (eus)
Chinese, Min Nan (nan)
Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
Catalan-Valencian-Balear (cat)
Czech (ces)
Danish (dan)
Finnish (fin)
Greek (ell)
Hebrew (heb)
Hindi (hin)
Hungarian (hun)
Japanese (jpn)
Korean (kor)
Norwegian, Bokmål (nob)
Portuguese (por)
Polish (pol)
Russian (rus)
Slovak (slk)
Slovenian (slv)
Swedish (swe)
Turkish (tur)
Chinese, Yue (yue)

- Evaluating design and quality of pronunciation dictionaries
- Merging pronunciation dictionaries
- Evaluating and correcting dictionary entries
- Identifying new entries for general and specialized dictionaries
- Writing phonetic transcriptions for new and existing entries
- Serving as language expert resource for engineers and researchers

- Native or near-native fluency in one or more of the languages listed above
- Completion or near-completion of undergraduate degree in linguistics
- Knowledge of International Phonetic Alphabet
- Familiarity with a text editor such as emacs or vi
- Ability to work independently
- Up-to-date computer
- Home internet connection

Helpful Skills:
- Expertise in medicine, law, or technology
- Knowledge of UNIX
- Ability to program in a scripting language

All work will be done off-site (e.g. at your home).

A minimum of 20 hours of work is needed for each language for this project.
Some languages will require much more time, with the likelihood of additional
sporadic tasks over the next four to six months. Pay is $12-18 per hour,
depending on experience (equivalent payment in other currencies, e.g. euros, is
also possible).

To apply, please submit your resume or CV and a brief statement describing your
experience and abilities to vocrequestnuance.com. We will consider only
electronic submissions. No phone calls, please.

Application Deadline: Feb 28, 2007

(Positions may be filled before that date if qualified applicants are found.)
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