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Thu 24 Jun 1993

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Message 1: Job openings at Logos

Date: Wed, 23 Jun 93 11:45:39 EDJob openings at Logos
From: Human Resources <hum_reslogos-usa.com>
Subject: Job openings at Logos

Logos Corporation, the world leader in automated document translation software,
has several immediate openings in its Technology Center:

 English-German linguist. Must be a native speaker of German and fluent in
 English. A background in linguistics, especially theoretical and
 computational,
 is desired; experience as a translator is also useful. Previous
 development
 experience with machine translation and/or German analysis/generation
 systems is a substantial plus.

 German-French linguist. Must be a native speaker of French and fluent in
 German. A background in linguistics, especially theoretical and
 computational,
 is desired; experience as a translator is also useful. Previous
 development
 experience with machine translation and/or French analysis/generation
 systems
 is a substantial plus.

 English-Spanish linguist. Must be a native speaker of Spanish and fluent
 in English. Extensive knowledge of other languages, especially German, is
 helpful but not essential. A background in linguistics, especially
 theoretical and computational, is desired; experience as a translator is a
 plus. Previous development experience with machine translation systems is a
 substantial plus.

 Programmers (2). Must be experienced C programmers, preferably with
 experience on Sun/Unix platform. Experience in databases and user
 interface
 is desired, as is some background in computational linguistics.

The Technology Center is located in Mount Arlington, New Jersey, west of New
 York
City.

Interested candidates should send a resume to:

 Director of Human Resources
 Logos Corporation
 111 Howard Blvd., Suite 214
 Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856

or fax a resume to:

 +1-201-398-6102
 Attn: Director of Human Resources

or send resume by e-mail to:

 hum_reslogos-usa.com
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Message 2: Job/Linguistics

Date: Thu, 24 Jun 1993 11:18:57 Job/Linguistics
From: nomi shir <shirbgumail.bgu.ac.il>
Subject: Job/Linguistics

BEN-GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV, ISRAEL

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LITERATURES AND LINGUISTICS

I
Applications are invited for a position in linguistics from
October 1, 1993. We offer a one year appointment with possibility
of renewal.

II
The department offers a B.A. program in English Literature and in
Linguistics. Our current staff is theoretically oriented. We are
therefore interested in hiring a linguist specializing in one of
the following areas: Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics,
Computational Linguistics, Neurolinguistics or other more applied
areas.

Candidates should have a strong commitment to research in their
area of expertise as well as a good background in current theory.

They will be responsible for introductory and advanced
undergraduate courses in their specialty as well as more general
courses such as Introduction to Linguistics, Introduction to
Phonology, etc.

The university provides a lively research environment. We have an
active cognitive science seminar with participants from the
departments of behavioral science, computer science and
philosophy in addition to the linguists.

Undergraduate intake of is between 50 to 70 students, of
whom over half choose to specialize in linguistics as of their
second year.

III

Applications with full curriculum vitae and the names and
addresses of three referees, should be sent by July 10, 1993 to:

Haim Finkelstein, Chair
Department of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
P.O.Box 653
Beer Sheva, Israel 84105

An e-mail copy of the application should be sent as soon as
possible to:
Nomi Shir address: SHIRBGUMAIL.bgu.ac.il

Please supply e-mail addresses and fax numbers both for yourself
and for referees if possible.
In their letter of application candidates should outline their
research interests and plans and their teaching experience, and
they should outline the contribution they would wish to make to
the department, in both research and teaching. Further
information is available from Nomi Shir by e-mail.
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