LINGUIST List 9.557

Sat Apr 11 1998

Jobs: Computational Ling (2)

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  1. ralf.steinberger, Vacancy at the EC's Joint Research Centre
  2. Baratay, Job offer in Grenoble, France !

Message 1: Vacancy at the EC's Joint Research Centre

Date: 08 Apr 1998 12:39:02 +0200
From: ralf.steinberger <ralf.steinbergerjrc.it>
Subject: Vacancy at the EC's Joint Research Centre


Vacancy at the EC's Joint Research Centre: document clustering

The Unit Advanced Techniques for Information Analysis (ATIA) at the
European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy is
looking for a skilled computational linguist / programmer to work on
document clustering, automatic indexing and subject domain recognition
for the period June 1998 to May 1999 (twelve months).

Besides the implementation of a prototype document clustering system,
which will eventually be turned into a workable system and should run
on WindowsNT, the new group member will help with the integration of
linguistic tools and resources such as lemmatisers, dictionaries and
thesauri.

The remuneration will be approximately 4.5 Million Lira / month net
(equivalent to ca. 2.250 ECU or 4.500 DM or 15.000 FF or 1.500 GBP)
for an Italian national, or 16% more for nationals of other EU member
states.

Candidates should have the following skills:

* Good programming skills and experience in a programming 
 language suitable to build the prototype document clustering 
 system such as PERL, C++ or C; Knowledge of Prolog, AWK, 
 Visual C++, Visual Basic or Java would be a plus.
* Knowledge of WindowsNT and UNIX.
* Good working knowledge of English and the ability to write 
 reports in English; knowledge of French; German and Italian 
 would be a plus.
* Previous experience with systems for word or document clustering 
 would be a plus.
* Self-motivation, flexibility, team spirit and good 
 communication skills.
* EU member state nationality.

The Joint Research Centre (JRC) and Ispra

As the corporate research centre of the European Commission, the JRC
maintains a neutral and impartial status which has led to the
development of activities in the areas of certification,
standardisation and accreditation. The Ispra site of the JRC employs
approximately 1800 people and is thus the biggest of the five JRC
sites in Europe. Its staff engage in a variety of scientific areas,
including the Environment, Space Applications, Advanced Materials and
Systems Safety. The JRC has more than 800 partners involved in more
than 140 collaboration agreements with national research
organisations, universities and private industry. The high-level
research and the multi-disciplinary and multi-national ambience at the
centre attract visiting scientists and students from all over the
world.

The activities of the unit Advanced Techniques for Information
Analysis comprise, among others: support to the Commission's
anti-fraud unit in the Directorate General (UCLAF) and to the
Statistical Office of the EC (EUROSTAT); development of European
databases; image compression and analysis; 3-D imaging; information
retrieval; information processing for the fight against fraud;
handling of large amounts of data; multimedia systems.

Ispra is situated at the South end of the lake 'Lago Maggiore' in
Northern Italy and is surrounded by mountains as well as several other
lakes, being therefore an ideal starting point for many different
outdoors activities. The multi-national community working at the
centre is engaged in a large variety of cultural and sports activities
offering over thirty sports clubs and interest groups. Ispra is
approximately an hour's drive from Milano (1 hour from Milano Linate
airport and 1/2 hour from Milano Malpensa airport).

Interested candidates should send a CV with a covering letter and two
references to the address below. Applications by fax or by email in
plain text or with attachment in Microsoft Word or LaTeX format would
be preferred.

Dr. Ralf Steinberger
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Institute for Systems, Informatics and Safety
Advanced Techniques for Information Analysis
 (http://www.jrc.org/isis/atia/)
T.P. 361
I - 21020 Ispra (VA)
Tel: + 39 - 332 - 78 6271
Fax: + 39 - 332 - 78 9098
Email: ralf.steinbergerjrc.it
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Message 2: Job offer in Grenoble, France !

Date: Fri, 10 Apr 1998 15:55:50 +0200
From: Baratay <barataymenway.com>
Subject: Job offer in Grenoble, France !

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Job Description : PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS, FRANCE
Offer N : compa005/802800

The Company International Company
 specialized in man-machine
 interface in all its aspects
 (software, document technology,
 multimedia, multi-lingual
 interfaces, work practices) is
 looking for a Project Leader, for
 its Research Center in Grenoble.
 The mission of the Research
 Center is to establish industrial
 and research partnerships.

The Job PROJECT LEADER MULTI-LINGUAL DEVELOPMENTS
 The project leader will manage and
 contribute to medium-to-long term
 projects for the development of
 multi-lingual tools and applications.
 The environment is international
 (France + UK + USA). The position is
 based in Grenoble, France.

Appliers Profile - Advanced degree in Computer Science
 - previous experience as a
 project leader
 - at least 5 years in systems
 design and development
 - fluency in French
 - deep knowledge in C, C++,
 Unix, Windows, and
 man-machine interfaces
 - excellent communication skills
 - great creativity

Contact Please send your resume to :
 Claude BARATAY (ref. 802800)
 or by fax : 33.4.76.21.71.29
 or attach (Word format) and e-mail
 to barataymenway.com

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