LINGUIST List 23.761|
Wed Feb 15 2012
Internships: Translation & NLP: Intern, Reverso-Softissim, Paris, France
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1. Juliette Mornet ,
Translation & NLP: Intern, Machine Translation, Reverso-Softissimo, Paris, France
Message 1: Translation & NLP: Intern, Machine Translation, Reverso-Softissimo, Paris, France
From: Juliette Mornet <jmornetsoftissimo.com>
Subject: Translation & NLP: Intern, Machine Translation, Reverso-Softissimo, Paris, France
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University or Organization: Reverso-Softissimo
Department: Translation software
Web Address: http://www.reverso.net
Type of Work: Nlp
Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography
Internship Location: Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Minimum Education Level: MA
Special Qualifications: Final-year student in a college or university specialized in NLP, foreign languages, linguistics, language engineering or translation.
Fluency in English and French both orally and in writing, and, ideally, in a third language too.
Logical mind, good writing and analytical skills, sense of initiative, dynamism and autonomy.
- creating, updating, validating bilingual dictionaries
- testing the quality of translations and writing analytical reports;
- searching, assessing and analyzing terminological resources
- stimulating and developing the user community of the collaborative dictionary
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mme Juliette Mornet
Phone: +33 (0)1 41 43 10 31
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