LINGUIST List 4.240

Thu 01 Apr 1993

Jobs: Computational, Director of Language Center

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  1. Patty Schmidt, Job Openings at Logos Corporation
  2. , Job opening

Message 1: Job Openings at Logos Corporation

Date: Wed, 31 Mar 93 10:03:58 EST
From: Patty Schmidt <>
Subject: Job Openings at Logos Corporation

Logos, the world leader in development of computer software for
translating natural languages, has two openings on its linguistics

German-French Linguist:
Candidate must be a native speaker of French with near-native
knowledge of German and a degree in linguistics. Experience in
translation from German to French is a plus.

Project Administrator:
Candidate must have a thorough knowledge of English and German,
a degree in language studies, experience using computers, and
excellent organizational skills. Knowledge of French, Spanish,
or Italian is a plus.

Send resume to:
President, Logos Corporation
45 Park Place So., Suite 214
Morristown, NJ 07960
Fax resume to:
(201) 398-6102
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Message 2: Job opening

Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1993 14:39 EDT
Subject: Job opening

Director of Modern Language Learning Center
Responsibilites include administration of language learning facility,
training and supervision of peer tutors, teaching, and development of
innovative foreign language instructional material using computer
assisted instruction and other media. Applicants should minimally
possess the MA or equivalent degree, native or near-native fluency,
preferably in Spanish and at least one other foreign language, and
experience in CAI, preferably on the Macintosh. This is an administrative
appointment with faculty status, full benefits and competitive salary.
Please send a resume, three letters of recommendation, and a representative
portfolio by April 12 to: Dr. Kitzie McKinney, Department of Modern Languages,
101 Morison, Bentley college, 175 Forest Street, Waltham, MA 02154-4705.
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