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Saturday, 02 Feb 1991

Jobs: ESL at Auburn, Computational Ling at U of Essex

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Message 1: position announcement

Date: Sat, 26 Jan 1991 12:50 CST
From: <BERNducvax.auburn.edu>
Subject: position announcement
Assistant or associate professor in ESL, tenure track appointment to
begin September 1991. Primary duties involve developing, directing,
and teaching (both service and graduate TESL courses) in the ESL
program. Ph.D. in appropriate area required. Salary competitive.
Send letter of application and vita by March 7, 1991 to Dennis Rygiel,
Head, ent of English, Auburn University, Alabama 36849.
Applications from women and minority group members are especially
encouraged. Auburn is an AA/EO employer.
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Message 2: Job Offer

Date: 28 Jan 91 16:26:59 GMT
From: Way A <waya%llsun3.essex.ac.ukCUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: Job Offer
 University of Essex
 Computational Linguisitics
 RESEARCH OFFICER (RA1A/B)

We are looking for a further research officer to join the Machine
Translation/Natural Language Processing Group in the Department
of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex. There
are currently 6 members of the group working on Machine
Translation, applied lexicography and terminology (sublangauge
analysis) and fundamental issues in semantic representation for
natural language in the context of MT. There are also a number of
doctoral students working on related topics, as well as temproary
visotrs from other European research groups involved in similar
work.

Ideally, we are loking for someone to participate both in our R
and D work within the continuation programme for Eurotra and our
research work on semantics (and MT). We are particularly keen to
recruit someone with both a solid background in Formal Semantics
and a knowledge of Spanish, Dutch or German. However we are
interested in hearing from interested individuals offering a
background in linguistics, computational linguistics, computer
science or lexicography - knowledge of any EEC language in
addition to English would be useful.

Appointment initially until October 1991 with excellent prospects
for renewal until at least December 1992, on the RA1B/RA1A scale,
as appropriate given age/experience.

CVs and enquiries electronically or by post to either:

 Doug Arnold or Louisa Sadler
 Department of Language and Linguistics
 University of Essex,
 Wivenhoe Park,
 Colchester,
 CO4 3SQ, Essex, UK.

 douguk.ac.essex
 louisauk.ac.essex
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