LINGUIST List 8.1206

Wed Aug 20 1997

Jobs: Jobs in Japan, Korean Lexicographer

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <martylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Hiroshi Ishii, English language teaching at Waseda University
  2. Reymie, Position: Hamada, Japan
  3. Deborah Coughlin, Job Posting: Korean Lexicographer (Microsoft)

Message 1: English language teaching at Waseda University

Date: Wed, 20 Aug 1997 12:51:48 +0000
From: Hiroshi Ishii <ishiikenmn.waseda.ac.jp>
Subject: English language teaching at Waseda University

There is anticipated to be a vacancy for a permanent faculty member in
the area of English language teaching in the Division of
Multidisciplinary Studies, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda
University, Tokyo starting April 1, 1998.

Qualifications:

1. Ph. D. in an appropriate field of humanities or social sciences
(including linguistics), with some teaching experience at the college
or university level.
2. Command of Japanese parallel to that of an educated native speaker.
3. Age younger than 40.
4. Availability for in-person interview in Tokyo at one's own expense.
Applications must be submitted by September 15th, 1997 by registered
mail with 

1. resume (curriculum vitae)
2. addressed envelope with due postage stamps
to
Prof. Ayako Sato
Division of Multidisciplinary
School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
3-4-1 Okubo, Shinjuku, Tokyo 169



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Message 2: Position: Hamada, Japan

Date: Wed, 20 Aug 97 21:21:44 0000
From: Reymie <reymieserver.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Position: Hamada, Japan

Please don't apply by email.

ENGLISH TEACHER.

Full-time, 25-30 teaching hours/week. 250,000yen/month. Travel
allowance of 200,000 yen. Teach in the beautiful countryside with a
beach nearby. Teach ESL to all ages but must like children. University
degree required. Sponsorship available. Fully furnished apartment at
48,000yen/month. Paid holidays. Renewable contract. Application
deadline ASAP. Position begins October 6, 1997. Apply by mail, fax, or
in person with CV/resume, Contact Masaharu Gotoh or Reymie
Ramirez. Gotoh School of English and Math. Aioi-3, Hamada-Shi,
Shimane-Ken 697. 0855-23-0944(22-2114). Fax 0855-22-2117.
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Message 3: Job Posting: Korean Lexicographer (Microsoft)

Date: Wed, 20 Aug 1997 08:18:18 -0700
From: Deborah Coughlin <deborahcMICROSOFT.com>
Subject: Job Posting: Korean Lexicographer (Microsoft)


COMPUTATIONAL LINGUIST for Korean
 		

The NLP Group in Microsoft Research is looking for a computational
lexicographer for Korean. The position will be located on the
Microsoft central campus in Redmond, Washington, USA. This is a great
opportunity to work with a dedicated group of researchers who are
creating a system for unrestricted text understanding and generation.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The lexicographer's primary responsibilities include developing and
maintaining the morphological rules and data for the language, in
accordance with the overall system architecture used by the Microsoft
Research NLP group.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The lexicographer's qualifications should include experience in
linguistic research and online dictionary development, programming
experience, keen interest in lexical issues, and an advanced degree in
linguistics or a closely related discipline. Native proficiency in
Korean is assumed. A practical orientation is highly desirable.
Significant programming experience or experience extracting lexical
information from online dictionaries or corpora would be a plus.

ABOUT THE MICROSOFT NLP RESEARCH GROUP:

We are in the process of designing and building a system to analyze
unrestricted natural language, taking input text, and moving from
lexical/morphological analysis through syntax, semantics, and
eventually pragmatics and discourse. A generation component is also
planned. The programming system and underlying principles that are
used for English have been found to be applicable to other languages.
We are empirically oriented, and are happy to use good linguistic
ideas wherever they can be found. A reasonable first-version summary
of our techniques and some of our experience can be found in the book
"Natural Language Processing: The PLNLP Approach," Kluwer Academic
Publishers, Boston, 1993.

For more information about the NLP group, connect to our home page on
the World Wide Web.

 http://www.research.Microsoft.com/research/nlp

CONTACT: Please send resumes, cover letters, and any additional
materials to:

 	Steven Clyne
 	Human Resources
 	Microsoft Corporation
 	One Microsoft Way
 	Redmond, WA 98052
 	USA
 	email: steveclmicrosoft.com
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