LINGUIST List 8.1002

Fri Jul 4 1997

Jobs: Phonetics/phonology, ESL in Korea

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  1. Norval Smith, A Linguistics Consulting Assignment
  2. Euen Jung, English teaching job follow-up (fwd)

Message 1: A Linguistics Consulting Assignment

Date: Fri, 4 Jul 1997 00:03:01 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Norval Smith <>
Subject: A Linguistics Consulting Assignment

A Linguistic Consulting Assignment

L&A is a computer consulting firm base in New York with clients in the
Research and Development field. We currently have a Linguistics
opening for a Contract Employee for a minimum of 6 months (with
possible multiple extensions) . The following is a description of the

Location: 	Weschester County, New York (35 miles north of New York City)

Duration: 	6 months (with possible multiple extensions) .

Salary:		Open

Job Description:

We are looking for a candidate with a degree in linguistics with
particular focus on phonetics and phonology. US and Canadian
diealectology and lexicography is a must. Ability to generate
pronunciations for major European languages (French, German, Spanish
and Italian) of words and names. Demonstrated ability to interact
with researchers, academics, physicians, attorneys and other
professionals on a peer basis.

Several years experience in speech recognition/experience in
text-to-speech and natural-language processing, preferably as
evidenced by academic publications.

Demonstrated ability to oversee and administer a project from initial
planning to completion - independently

Ability to travel approximately 15-25 weeks per year. 

Much preferred to have good communications skills in French (actually
Canadian French is fine).

			Edward Pellon
			Director of Personnel Services

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Message 2: English teaching job follow-up (fwd)

Date: Tue, 1 Jul 1997 12:02:57 -0400 (EDT)
From: Euen Jung <>
Subject: English teaching job follow-up (fwd)

Dear netters,

 Hi, I posted English teaching job at Korea University on July 1.
Thank you for your great interest in the job. Please contact Korea
University directly as to the job from now on since I'll be gone for
LSA in JUly.
 I forwarded all the message from interested applicants to Korea
University, and you'll hear from Korea University soon. For the spring
term 1998, the interested applicants can still apply for the job after
July 20th.

Best luck to all,
Sarah Jung 
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