LINGUIST List 9.596

Tue Apr 21 1998

Jobs: Japanese Computational Lexicographer

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  1. Beryl, Japanese Computational Lexicographer

Message 1: Japanese Computational Lexicographer

Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 11:33:17 -0800
From: Beryl <>
Subject: Japanese Computational Lexicographer

Intelligent Life, Inc. is looking for a Japanese Computational Lexicographer

We are a recruiting agency in Seattle hunting for a Japanese computational lexicographer. The position is a one-year project for a large software company, and the contract will be through us. The pay rate is $40 - 45 per hour and benefits are provided through the agency. Our client will pay limited relocation costs. 

Job description: Maintaining lexical data in comprehensive dictionaries, enhancing and maintaining the Japanese morphological rules, maintaining testing corpora, in accordance with the overall system architecture used by the NLP group.

		Native-level proficiency in Japanese
		Experience in computational linguistics and online Japanese dictionary development
		Some programming experience in Perl, C, C++
		An interest in Japanese morphological/lexical issues
	Nice To Have
		Database programming experience

Please email CVs to Beryl Gorbman at Intelligent Life, Inc. Resumes should be in Microsoft Word for the PC or plain text. (No WordPerfect, please.)

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