LINGUIST List 12.1171

Sat Apr 28 2001

Jobs: Computational Ling Marketing Analyst in UK

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Message 1: Computational Linguist/Language Engineering Marketing Analyst in Brighton, UK

Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 10:27:58 +0100
From: francesca carter <francesca.carteritri.brighton.ac.uk>
Subject: Computational Linguist/Language Engineering Marketing Analyst in Brighton, UK

University of Brighton

Market Development Analyst

up to �26,113

The Information Technology Research Institute (ITRI), is an
internationally renowned centre for research in Computational
Linguistics and Language Engineering. Our principal research areas are
in multilingual natural language generation, lexicons, text corpus
analysis, multimodal interfaces, diagrammatic reasoning, text mining
and speech processing.

In this rewarding role you will work in collaboration with partners of
an international, EU-funded consortium, to promote better market
awareness of Human Language Technologies (HLT). The role includes
identifying marketing opportunities for HLT and good practice in HLT
development; coordinating a Europe-wide survey of public policy in
HLT; organising national and international events and disseminating the
results at meetings, conferences and on our website. You will need
proven experience of analysing and presenting data and web publishing,
familiarity with Human Language Technologies and a masters degree or
equivalent. The post is fixed-term for 2 years, in the first
instance, in accordance with the period of external funding.

Application forms and further details, including important information
about the content of your CV, are available from the Personnel
Department, University of Brighton, Brighton, BN2 4AT, or from our web
site at http://www.bton.ac.uk/vacancies/, or via our 24 hour answerphone:
(01273) 642849. Please quote reference number IR5004.


Closing date: 11 May 2001 Ref: IR5004
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