LINGUIST List 9.713

Thu May 14 1998

Jobs: Child Speech,Multiple Langs,Computational Ling.

Editor for this issue: Julie Wilson <julielinguistlist.org>


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  1. Dr James M Scobbie, Funded PhD position in normal/disordered child speech
  2. Ani Sarkissian, French, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese and Spanish Language Specialists needed
  3. Alan Prince, Computational Linguistics Job at Rutgers-New Brunswick

Message 1: Funded PhD position in normal/disordered child speech

Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 10:52:08 +0100
From: Dr James M Scobbie <j.scobbiesls.qmced.ac.uk>
Subject: Funded PhD position in normal/disordered child speech

Applications are invited for a Research Studentship in the area of normal and disordered development of pronunciation in children.

Department of Speech and Language Sciences,
Queen Margaret College
Edinburgh
Scotland

Contact Dr Daphne Waters, d.waterssls.qmced.ac.uk (+44) 131 317 3685 for details. Dept website is http://sls.qmced.ac.uk

Deadline 22 May 1998 (reference SLD/2)
For application forms and further particulars contact 
Gary Campbell
Personnel Officer 
Queen Margaret College
Clerwood Terrace
Edinburgh EH12 8TS
Scotland
(+44) 131 317 3291, 24 hours.
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Message 2: French, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese and Spanish Language Specialists needed

Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 11:56:49 -0700
From: Ani Sarkissian <asarkissiandlc.com>
Subject: French, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese and Spanish Language Specialists needed

Direct Language Communications, Inc. (DLC) is a fifteen year-old,
rapidly growing private company that provides its clients, primarily
large international companies, with comprehensive multilingual 
communication services in over fifty languages. DLC presently consists
of approximately 65 full-time employees, although this figure is
growing as revenues continue to increase dramatically. DLC's team
members are dynamic, multilingual and client service-oriented.


DLC is seeking excellent proofers to join its team on a full-time
basis, working in our downtown San Francisco office. Responsibilities
will include proofing and editing documents; reviewing material for
cultural appropriateness; incorporating client edits and surveying
format proofs.


Qualifications:


-Expertise in French, Chinese, Japanese, or Spanish. Must be a native
speaker.

- Superior written and verbal communication in Native Language and
English, comfortable in a multicultural environment. 

-Linguistic and/or translation background a must.

-Excellent memory; ability to follow instructions precisely

-Strong grammatical skills; attention to detail a must

-Computer literacy; computer and modem for working from home

-Schooling (through high school) in native language/country of origin

-College Degree (not necessarily from country of origin)


<bold>Application

Procedure:	

</bold>Send r\233sum\233 and cover letter to the address below.


Complete Job descriptions are available at www.dlc.com



Ani Sarkissian

Language Services Coordinator

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Direct Language Communications, Inc. Phone: 415.546.6885 ext 147

301 Mission Street, Suite 350 Fax: 415.495.4926

San Francisco, CA 94105 Email: asarkissiandlc.com


Visit us on the Web at http://www.dlc.com
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Message 3: Computational Linguistics Job at Rutgers-New Brunswick

Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 16:35:51 -0400
From: Alan Prince <princeruccs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: Computational Linguistics Job at Rutgers-New Brunswick

Computational Linguistics Position for Fall, 1998 at Rutgers

The Department of Linguistics at Rutgers, The State University of New
Jersey, at New Brunswick, is soliciting applicants for a possible
tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level, with
the appointment to begin in Fall, 1998.

Candidates for this position must have the Ph.D. and a specialization
in computational linguistics. We welcome candidates with primary
interests in areas like learnability and/or parsing, among others, as
seen from the perspective of a research program closely related to
issues in current linguistic theory. The candidate is expected to be
able to bridge between linguists and other cognitive scientists at
Rutgers.

Applications should include a CV, a statement of research
interests, samples of recent work, and three letters of reference. The
deadline for receipt of application materials is June 15, 1998.

Applications should be sent to: Search Committee, Dept. of
Linguistics, Rutgers University, 18 Seminary Place, New Brunswick NJ,
08901-1184. We regret that we cannot accept applications
electronically.

Information about the Department of Linguistics at Rutgers-New
Brunswick may be found at http://ruccs.rutgers.edu/ling.html.
Questions may be addressed to linguistrci.rutgers.edu.

Rutgers/New Brunswick is an equal opportunity employer, and welcomes
applications from all qualified individuals.
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