LINGUIST List 8.593

Fri Apr 25 1997

Jobs: Lectureships at UCSD, Computational Lx

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  1. Sharon McGill, Lectureships: Phonology, syntax, and semantics
  2. Newhall, Mark, Spanish Computational Linguist

Message 1: Lectureships: Phonology, syntax, and semantics

Date: Thu, 24 Apr 1997 11:18:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: Sharon McGill <sharonling.ucsd.edu>
Subject: Lectureships: Phonology, syntax, and semantics


 ANNOUNCEMENT OF TEMPORARY LECTURER POSITIONS
 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
 DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS

Subject to availability of funding, the Department of Linguistics
at the University of California, San Diego is seeking one or more
temporary Lecturers for the 1997/98 academic year. Appointments
may be full-time or part-time. Initial appointments may be for
one or two quarters, and may be renewable. Salary is based on
University of California pay scales.

A Ph.D. is preferred, but ABD's will be considered. The
successful candidate will demonstrate a potential for excellence
in teaching and scholarship.

We encourage applications from candidates qualified and available
to teach phonology, syntax, and semantics courses at all levels.

A letter of application, a curriculum vitae, the names and
addresses (including email addresses) of 3 referees, and brief
descriptions of proposed courses should be sent to:

 University of California, San Diego
 Search Committee
 Department of Linguistics, 0108
 9500 Gilman Drive
 La Jolla, CA 92093-0108

Review of applications will begin May 15, 1997, and will continue
until all positions are filled. The University of California is
an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
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Message 2: Spanish Computational Linguist

Date: Thu, 24 Apr 1997 17:37:02 -0400
From: Newhall, Mark <mNewhallWinterWyman-Contract.com>
Subject: Spanish Computational Linguist

Our client is looking for a full-time Spanish Computational
Linguist to help with the design and implementation of a Spanish
software package in Massachusetts. The software localization
project will require knowledge of computational linguistics,
familiarity with software packages, and some interest/aptitude
with machine translation tools. If you are interested or know
of someone who might be, please contact Mark Newhall at 
(800) 890-7002 x 3015 or by email at
mnewhallwinterwyman-contract.com. Thank you.

 Mark Newhall, Sr. Software Engineering Recruiter
 Winter, Wyman Contract Services
 phone : (617) 890-7007 x 3015
 fax: (617) 890-4433
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