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LINGUIST List 20.553

Sat Feb 21 2009

Jobs: German, Standard & Comp Ling: Computational Linguist, Q-go

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        1.    Fabrice Nauze, German, Standard & Computational Linguistics: Computational Linguist, Q-go, Diemen, Netherlands


Message 1: German, Standard & Computational Linguistics: Computational Linguist, Q-go, Diemen, Netherlands
Date: 20-Feb-2009
From: Fabrice Nauze <fabrice.nauzeq-go.com>
Subject: German, Standard & Computational Linguistics: Computational Linguist, Q-go, Diemen, Netherlands
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University or Organization: Q-go
Department: Professional Services
Job Location: Diemen (Amsterdam), Netherlands
Web Address: http://www.q-go.com/
Job Rank: Computational Linguist

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics

Required Language(s): German, Standard (deu)

Description:

We are looking for a German speaking computational linguist to complete our
Professional Services team. You will be responsible for the implementation,
maintenance and management of our German customer projects. You will
improve Q-go's natural language search technology by improving its German
grammar and resources participate in internal projects for further
improvement of our core technology.

Skills
- (Near)native in German. Fluent in Dutch and/or English.
- Minimum of Bachelor in Computational Linguistics, Linguistics or related
field.
- Experience with NLP systems or computational grammars.
- Team and customer oriented.
- Strong computer skills: experience with Unix/Linux and/or relational
databases a plus, and/or some programming experience.
- Strong analytical skills.

About Q-go
Q-go was founded in 1999 and has grown to become a leading European
supplier of Natural Language Search solutions. These solutions help banks,
(health care) insurance providers, pension insurers, telecom companies and
logistics providers improve their customer service and customer
satisfaction, and lower their costs. Q-go applications represent over 120
man-years' worth of research by experts in the field of natural language
processing. Q-go funnels 40% of the company's profits into R&D.

The intelligent, linguistic technology-based software that Q-go develops
makes sure that customers receive a direct, immediate answer to all of
their questions from a company's website - online, in their own language,
and with at least the same comprehensiveness and quality as the answers
provided by call centres. Not only is this easier for organisations, it's
also faster and cheaper.

Q-go's headquarters are located in Amsterdam, and the company has three
local offices in Munich, Barcelona and Madrid.

Interested?
If this job is perfect for you and you meet the requirements, please send
your resume and application letter to the application email listed below.
More information on this job? Contact Eveline Meurs at the number listed below.

Application Deadline: This position has been filled.

Email Address for Applications: Position filled.

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