LINGUIST List 8.1353

Wed Sep 24 1997

Jobs: English/French Computational Ling

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  1. Antoine Ogonowski, Erli - English/French Computational Linguist

Message 1: Erli - English/French Computational Linguist

Date: 24 Sep 1997 17:40:04 +0200
From: Antoine Ogonowski <>
Subject: Erli - English/French Computational Linguist

Erli in Paris, France, is looking for a computational linguist, fluent in
English and in French.

Job Description

The applicant will join the Linguistic Resources Team within the
Product Departement. This team is responsible for the management and
development of grammars and lexicon for all Erli products. His/Her
main mission will be to take charge of the English Lexicon. Later,
he/she will participate in the development of the English-French

The management of the Erli multi-functional lexicon requires a sound
ling- uistic background, the ability to deal with high-level
linguistic models and good skills in language programming.


Applicants should

- be fluent in English and French
- have a linguistic (or lexicographic) background
- have a working knowledge of programming languages (C, Perl, SQL) and of
- be a good teamworker
- be willing to take up technical challenges

Previous experience in an industrial context (2 years) is recommended.

The company

Erli is a French company, started-up 20 years ago, dedicated to
Natural Language Processing. It is an European Leader in the field. In
the beginning of 1997, with the help of European and American
investors, Erli became a software publisher active in the field of
access to "non-structured" information (e.g. Internet/Intranet). 
Technologies embedded in its product s are mainly based on linguistic 

For more information on the company, please see our Web Site:


If you are interested, please send your CV and an accompanying letter pre-
senting your motivations to

		Daniel Bachut
		1, Place des Marseillais
		94227 Charenton-Le-Pont Cedex
	or to
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