LINGUIST List 10.296

Mon Feb 22 1999

Jobs: English Ling, NLP

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  1. David Spurr, English Ling; Maitre-assistant at U. of Neuchatel
  2. Linda Fresques, NLP; Staff Scientist at New Mexico State

Message 1: English Ling; Maitre-assistant at U. of Neuchatel

Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 15:56:40 +0100
From: David Spurr <David.spurrlettres.unine.ch>
Subject: English Ling; Maitre-assistant at U. of Neuchatel


The University of Neuchatel invites applications for the position of
maitre-assistant in English Linguistics. Requirements : Doctorate or
equivalent in English linguistics, good knowledge of French.
Responsibilities : Four hours teaching per week in English
linguistics, with emphasis on synchronic studies, in the Seminaire de
langue et litterature anglaises ; academic guidance to students at all
levels, direction of memoires de licence, research in English
linguistics, assistance in the administrative work of the
Seminaire. This is a full time appointment beginning October 1,
1999. Applications, including a letter, curriculum vitae, list of
publications and the names of three referees should be sent by March
31, 1999 to:

Doyen de la Faculte des Lettres,
Universite de Neuchatel
Espace Louis-Agassiz 1,
CH-2001 Neuchatel, Switzerland
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Message 2: NLP; Staff Scientist at New Mexico State

Date: Mon, 22 Feb 1999 09:58:18 -0700
From: Linda Fresques <fresquescrl.nmsu.edu>
Subject: NLP; Staff Scientist at New Mexico State

Computer Specialist: Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Based
Systems

The Computing Research Laboratory of New Mexico State University has
openings for a staff scientist in the area of natural language
processing and/or knowledge-based systems. The successful candidate
will join a CRL team in one or more of the current research projects
at the lab, such as Expedition, Mikrokosmos, Corelli, MINDS or Keizai
and will also be expected to participate in developing new research
directions. His or her duties will involve design and implementation
of components of language processing applications, management of small
software development teams, publication of research results and
participation in fund-raising activities.

The ideal candidate must have a Ph.D. in computer science or
computational linguistics and be a highly skilled and enthusiastic
programmer. He or she must have experience working in a team that
builds complete working software systems, including both their
processing and knowledge modules. A preference for concrete problem
solving is a must, as is ability to operate in a variety of
theoretical and engineering approaches (such as grammar formalisms or
software environments). Salary will be commensurate with credentials
and experience. Please send a resume, the names of at least three
referees and a statement of purpose to Sergei Nirenburg
(sergeicrl.nmsu.edu). If you need to use the snail mail, the address
is:

Sergei Nirenburg, Director,
Computing Research Lab
New Mexico State University
Box 30001, Dept. 3CRL
Las Cruces, NM 88003
USA

NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
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