LINGUIST List 6.461

Tue 28 Mar 1995

Jobs: Computational ling, Semantics, Socioling, NLP

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  1. "Dr. Joseph Foley", Jobs National University of Singapore
  2. Tom Wachtel, Job Offer: Natural Language Processing/Canon Research

Message 1: Jobs National University of Singapore

Date: Mon, 27 Mar 1995 09:53:34 Jobs National University of Singapore
From: "Dr. Joseph Foley" <ellfoleyleonis.nus.sg>
Subject: Jobs National University of Singapore

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Dept of English Language and Literature at the National University of
Singapore has positions available in Computational Linguistics, Semantics
and Sociolinguistics (with particular reference for the latter to South
East Asia).
In principle appointments can be made at any level, depending on
experience. However, we are more interested in making appointments which
are initially for a three year period. Details as regards applications
can be obtained by email PERSDEPTNUS.SG

Appointments are for 1995-96.

joe foley ELLFOLEYNUS.SG
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Message 2: Job Offer: Natural Language Processing/Canon Research

Date: Mon, 27 Mar 95 12:39:25 BSJob Offer: Natural Language Processing/Canon Research
From: Tom Wachtel <wachtelcanon.co.uk>
Subject: Job Offer: Natural Language Processing/Canon Research

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd
Guildford, UK

Canon Research Centre Europe is looking for new recruits for its
Natural Language group. We are looking for people who will fit well
into the group on a permanent basis, rather than for a specific
project. A good computer science or linguistics background is
important, as are excellent programming skills. Top quality computer
scientists without any previous experience of Natural Language
Processing are encouraged to apply, as well as people with experience
in the area.

For more information about these openings, and about Canon Research
Centre Europe in general, our URL is http://www.cre.canon.co.uk/.

Our work ranges from long-term basic research to solving specific
problems quickly, and from interactive spoken dialogue systems to
large-scale text translation. We are currently embarking on embedding
our Natural Language software in realistic hardware platforms.
Skills/expertise relevant to this area would be useful.

Creativity and a flair for innovative work are essential.

Canon Research Centre Europe has been on the University of Surrey
Research Park since 1988. We doubt that you would be disappointed by
salary, equipment or working environment. Our recruitment policy is one
of equal opportunity.

Please note that you need to have the right to work in Britain. If you
are not a citizen of one of the member states of the European Union,
please check whether you are eligible before applying.

If you are interested, please mail a detailed CV to

 nljobcanon.co.uk

Plain text is preferred, but other formats (PostScript, LaTeX,
Framemaker, troff, etc.) are acceptable. Alternatively, you can send a
paper copy to:

 Kazuko Cooper (NL)
 Canon Research Centre Europe
 20 Alan Turing Road
 Surrey Research Park
 Guildford GU2 5YF, UK

 tel: +44-1483-448844
 fax: +44-1483-448845

There is no specific deadline for applications for these positions,
which will be processed as they arrive until suitable people have been
found. We expect to be hiring about 3 more people over the course of
1995.

If you need more information, please get in touch with Tom Wachtel
(wachtelcanon.co.uk).
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