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LINGUIST List 24.1445

Thu Mar 28 2013

Jobs: Multiple Languages; Comp Ling; NLP: Computational Linguist, Oracle

Editor for this issue: Caylen Cole-Hazel <caylenlinguistlist.org>

Date: 28-Mar-2013
From: Alexander Gregory <alexander.gregoryoracle.com>
Subject: Multiple Languages; Computational Linguistics; NLP: Computational Linguist, Oracle, Bucharest, Romania
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University or Organization: Oracle
Job Location: Bucharest, Romania
Web Address: http://www.oracle.com
Job Rank: Computational Linguist

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; NLP

Required Language(s): Danish (dan)
                            English (eng)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Norwegian Bokmål (nob)
                            Swedish (swe)

Description:

Oracle is hiring computational linguists who are native or near-native speaker of Swedish, Danish and Norwegian (Bokmål) and computational linguists who are native or near-native speakers of Japanese. Fluency in English is assumed. We are hiring computational linguists with R&D experience in NLP development and advanced scripting skills to help automate language resource creation and build toolsets for the Oracle RightNow Virtual Assistant product (voice-enabled question and answer). This role is a full-time position (40 hours/week) and will be based in Bucharest, Romania with some travel to Amsterdam, The Netherlands and /or Barcelona, Spain, where the alpha teams are located, for training.

The Oracle RightNow Virtual Assistant delivers contextual, interactive engagements that draw from relevant information and result in rich, seamless interactions that build trust and loyalty. More opportunities are generated because Virtual Assistant moves beyond answering questions by understanding customer intent to provide deeper engagements not typically associated with self-service.

We are seeking high energy individuals for technical and possibly lead roles, who are motivated by teamwork, and thrive on articulating solutions within a group context. You are 100% solutions-oriented, and interested in driving process and pushing deliverables across multiple functional areas, actively building relationships with key stakeholders across projects. We operate across time zones in a flexible work environment, so your flexibility is key to your success in this role. If teamwork, energy and a passion for driving efficiencies through automation define who you are and how you work, we want to hear from you!

Desired Profile:
- Demonstrated experience automating language resource creation (grammars, dictionaries, ontologies)
- Significant experience developing tools and /or providing input to tools and process development for automatic named entity recognition
- Experience in industrial R&D
- Team player with proven skills around triaging issues and problem solving with key stakeholders across multiple projects
- Proven track record in NLP
Skills:
- Native or near-native English and Swedish, Danish and Norwegian (Bokmål) OR
- Native or near-native English and Japanese
- Advanced skills in common scripting languages (python, perl)

Nice to have:
- Demonstrated experience as a lead for a team of R&D language technologists
- Background in Speech technologies
- Interest or experience in the mobile space
- Agile Scrum experience

Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

Email Address for Applications: alexander.gregoryoracle.com
Contact Information:
Alexander Gregory
Email: alexander.gregoryoracle.com
Phone: +441506 672 527

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