LINGUIST List 4.312

Tue 27 Apr 1993

Jobs: Machine translation, general

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  1. Patty Schmidt, Job Openings at Logos Corporation
  2. Ian Smith, Job at York University

Message 1: Job Openings at Logos Corporation

Date: Wed, 21 Apr 93 12:15:06 EDJob Openings at Logos Corporation
From: Patty Schmidt <>
Subject: Job Openings at Logos Corporation

Logos Corporation has openings at its development center in New Jersey
for entry-level linguists to work on various projects in machine
translation. Candidates should have a B.A. in language/linguistics and
near-native fluency in German, Spanish, French or Italian.

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 at York University

Date: Mon, 26 Apr 93 22:59:43 EDJob at York University
From: Ian Smith <LINGUISTVM2.YorkU.CA>
Subject: Job at York University



The Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics invites
applications for a contractually limited (sessional) appointment
at the rank of Assistant Professor or Lecturer in Linguistics
(rank dependent on qualifications), commencing July 1, 1993. The
position is subject to budgetary approval by the University.
Qualifications: Ph.D. or ABD with an early projected thesis
completion date; strong research record; publications; and
demonstrable teaching ability. We are seeking a versatile
candidate with teaching expertise in most of the following areas:
discourse analysis, language disorders, phonology, second language
acquisition, syntax. The successful candidate will be sympathetic
toward a broad range of theoretical interests and approaches to
Linguistics. Applicants should send curriculum vitae and the
names and addresses of three referees to: Robert Drummond, Acting
Chair, Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, York
University, 4700 Keele Street, North York, Ontario, Canada M3J
1P3. If requested to do so, candidates should be prepared to
submit copies of peer and student teaching evaluations. York
University is implementing a policy of employment equity,
including affirmative action for women. In accordance with
Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed
to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Deadline for
applications: May 28, 1993.


1. A contractually limited appointment is a full-time non-tenure-
track position. This appointment is likely to be for two years
initially and may, depending on budgetary conditions, be extended
for one further year.

2. Under the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, U.S. citizens will
be granted temporay employment visas for jobs such as this.

3. Questions and e-mailed applications may be sent to Ian Smith,
Linguistics Programme Coordinator, <> or
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