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LINGUIST List 23.1924

Tue Apr 17 2012

Jobs: Comp Ling; NLP: Consultant/Knowledge Engineer, Greene Resources, Inc.

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Date: 17-Apr-2012
From: Ruchi Echevarria, Search Consultant <ruchigreeneresources.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing: Consultant/Knowledge Engineer, Greene Resources, Inc., North Carolina, USA
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University or Organization: Greene Resources, Inc.
Job Location: North Carolina, USA
Web Address: http://www.greeneresources.com
Job Rank: Consultant/Knowledge Engineer

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing


Description:

Our client in Cary, NC is looking for a Knowledge Engineer to join their team
for a 6 month Contract opportunity. This exciting position will entail
developing, enhancing and testing knowledge bases. Our client produces
software knowledge base products that contain reference data & rules used
to analyze and transform text values in relational databases. Knowledge
bases are customized for specific semantic domains across multiple human
languages. So, someone familiar with natural language processing and a
background in Computational Linguistics is required for this role. This person
should also be able to assist in development, testing and maintenance of the
knowledge bases.

Job Responsibilities:
- Developing, enhancing, and testing knowledge bases
- Interfacing with subject matter experts and encoding subject matter
expertise into knowledge base formats
- Developing and enhancing specifications
- Developing and enhancing test cases and scripts
- Maintaining existing software knowledge bases and addressing technical
requests raised by customers
- Providing technical support for DataFlux developers who use knowledge
bases in their applications
- Writing and maintaining documentation
- Designing, developing, and ensuring the quality of prototype and
demonstration systems

Required Skills:
- Bachelor's degree in computational linguistics or a related field.
- Experience with natural language parsing
- Experience with relational database systems
- Working knowledge of regular expressions
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Attention to detail

Preferred Skills:
- Experience in a software development, software testing, or software
consulting environment. (The level of this position will be determined based
on the applicant's education, skills, and experience.)
- Experience with multilingual localized software systems
- Familiarity with Unicode
- Experience with XML
- Exposure to foreign language

Application Deadline: 30-Jun-2012 (Open until filled)

Email Address for Applications: ruchigreeneresources.com
Contact Information:
Ruchi Echevarria, Search Consultant
Email: ruchigreeneresources.com
Phone: 919-532-3054

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