LINGUIST List 8.1085

Wed Jul 23 1997

Jobs: Ling Engineer, James Madison U

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <annlinguistlist.org>


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  1. L. Hatch, Linguistics Engineer
  2. estes, James Madison University

Message 1: Linguistics Engineer

Date: 22 Jul 97 16:40:05 -0700
From: L. Hatch <lhatchji.com>
Subject: Linguistics Engineer


Linguistics Engineer - San Francisco, CA

The person filling this position will design, develop, and integrate 
linguistic processing algorithms for client/server technology.

Key Selection Criteria:
 advanced degree in CS or computational linguistics
 expert knowledge in contemporary natural language processing
 - empirical and experimental/theoretical methods
 - statistical and knowledge-based approaches
 - superficial processing and deep-parsing/semantic analysis
 experience with knowledge representation issues, developing semantic 
 networks/ontologies
 very strong algorithm design and implementation skills
 experience with machine translation
 experience with summarization
 experience with morphological processing
 industry/product experience
 well versed in object-oriented design/programmin, C++, Java
 Windows, Unix Literacy
 Self motivated, creative, "can-do" engineer who knows how to complete
 projects on time in a high intensity start-up environment

For more information, please send an email with your name, phone # and
email address to lhatchji.com
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Message 2: James Madison University

Date: Wed, 23 Jul 1997 17:36:42 -0400 (EDT)
From: estes <estesunity.ncsu.edu>
Subject: James Madison University

Hi:

I was asked to forward this message. It comes from ruffjljmu.edu, if
you need to check out any of the info. I don't know any more about it
other than the info below.

Natalie Schilling-Estes
NC State University


1 yr, non-renewable postion starting 22 Aug 1997 to teach a 4/4 load,
James Madison University English Dept. Courses include sections of
Modern Grammar, Survey of English Literature I, and a graduate seminar
in contemporary linguistics. Candidates should have a PhD and
experience teaching linguistics and English literature. Review of
applications begins 30 July and continues until postion is
filled. Please send letter, CV, and brief writing sample to Dr. Karen
Sproles, English Department Head, James Madison University, MSC 1801,
Harrisonburg, VA 22807. James Madison is an AA/EOE. Women and
minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
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