LINGUIST List 6.1779

Sat Dec 23 1995

Jobs: Translators for Caterpillar Inc, Computational Ling

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  1. Gregory V. Gouzev, Jobs: Translators for Caterpillar Inc.
  2. , Jobs: Computational ling. English and Spanish

Message 1: Jobs: Translators for Caterpillar Inc.

Date: Thu, 21 Dec 1995 14:27:29 Jobs: Translators for Caterpillar Inc.
From: Gregory V. Gouzev <gouzevgvsun.mcs.clarkson.edu>
Subject: Jobs: Translators for Caterpillar Inc.


TRANSLATORS

Caterpillar Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of heavy
earthmoving equipment, is seeking individuals with a native command of
Spanish, German, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, plus native or
near native command of English for translator positions in the above
mentioned languages at its world headquarters in Peoria,
Illinois. Candidates should posses a four year college level degree or
equivalent from their native country and have experience in the
translation of technical and promotional materials from English into
one of these languages. Individuals need mechanical comprehension
developed by training and/or practical work experience. Candidates
should also be knowledgeable in personal computers and/or
workstations. Linguistic experience and previous experience with
machine assisted translation software are desired but not required.

Selected individuals will work as contract employees. Excellent salary
and benefit package available.

For consideration, send your resume and salary history to:

Mr. Robert Getz
600 Washington St, Bld AD180
East Peoria, IL 61630-0371
USA
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Message 2: Jobs: Computational ling. English and Spanish

Date: Fri, 22 Dec 1995 14:42:27 Jobs: Computational ling. English and Spanish
From: <admMachinaSapiens.Qc.ca>
Subject: Jobs: Computational ling. English and Spanish


Job advertisment for Computational Linguists and Machine Translation
Experts

At the forefront of artificial intelligence, Machina Sapiens is
looking for candidates to join its young development team, and
therefore participate in its technological adventure.

Machina Sapiens is a company focussing on advanced technologies. Its
success comes from the high quality of its products and the sound
expertise of its employees. Machina Sapiens currently offers around
ten softwares, such as object-oriented programming tools and natural
language applications. Machina Sapiens was awarded the prize
"Meilleur concept logiciel" in 1986, the MICA research prize in 1988,
" Le Prix du Ministre de l'enseignement superieur et de la science" in
1991, and finally, "Le Prix du francais en informatique" in 1994.




Computational Linguist, Spanish Speaker ( ref. LIN01)

The person must master the Spanish language. Master or PhD in
linguistics, experience in natural language, formalism and
syntax. Knowledge of the C or Pascal. Show interest in solving
computer problems. Aptitudes for teamwork required. The knowledge of
French is an asset.



Computational Linguist, English Speaker ( ref. LIN02)

The person must master the English language. Master or PhD in
linguistics, experience in natural language, formalism and
syntax. Knowledge of C or Pascal. Show interest in solving computer
problems. Aptitudes for teamwork required. The knowledge of French is
an asset.



Expert in Machine Translation (ref. TRA01)

Bilingual computational linguist. Master or a PhD in linguistics and
sound experience in Machine Translation. Knowledge of the C or
Pascal. Interest in solving computer problems and aptitudes for
teamwork required. The knowledge of French, English or Spanish is an
asset.




To send us your curriculum vitae :

All interested in joining our team located near University of
Montreal, and participate in this technological adventure should send
their curriculum vitae (ASCII with no format) at: Internet
admMachinaSapiens.qc.ca

IMPORTANT : Please, do not forget to indicate us the job reference number.

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