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LINGUIST List 20.3215

Wed Sep 23 2009

Jobs: Natural Lang Processing, Comp Ling: Lexicographer, NetBase

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        1.    Wei Li, English & Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics: Computational Lexicographer, NetBase Solutions, Inc., CA, USA

Message 1: English & Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics: Computational Lexicographer, NetBase Solutions, Inc., CA, USA
Date: 21-Sep-2009
From: Wei Li <liwei999gmail.com>
Subject: English & Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics: Computational Lexicographer, NetBase Solutions, Inc., CA, USA
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University or Organization: NetBase Solutions, Inc.
Department: NLP
Job Location: California, USA
Web Address: http://netbase.com/index.php
Job Rank: Computational Lexicographer

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing

Required Language(s): English (eng)



Want to join a winning team in transforming the world of business search?
We are seeking a detail-oriented computational lexicographer to be part of
our NLP development team.

This is a hands-on development job which requires the familiarity of
lexical development and debugging in a software development environment.
As an integrated member of the development team, the candidate needs to
contribute to the enhancement of the natural language processing engine by
developing computational grammars as well as lexicons based on reported
linguistic bugs. The job also involves managing machine readable
dictionaries in a database, collecting and modifying on-line lexical
resources and ontologies, managing annotation projects for development and
testing corpora, and maintenance of massive lexical resources of various

The candidate should have a Master's degree or above in Computational
Linguistics or related fields. Some programming experience or training is
necessary. Hands-on experience in developing computational lexicons in a
software environment is preferred. Native speaker of English is required.
Authorization to work in the US (including Canadian citizens) and
relocation are required. Fresh masters or PhDs in excellent standing with
relevant training can be considered for an internship which may lead to a
permanent job.

Compensation depends on background and experience. It also features the
benefits of working for a startup company, including a small team
environment, and stock options.

Location: Moutain View, CA

Send your resume and cover letter via email to teamnetbase.com with the
subject of Computational Lexicographer.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Stephen Winters
2087 Landings Drive
Mountain View, CA 94043
Email Address for Applications: teamnetbase.com
Contact Information:
Stephen Winters
Email: teamnetbase.com

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