LINGUIST List 13.2238

Sat Sep 7 2002

Jobs: Computational Ling: Research, Quebec Canada

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Message 1: Jobs: Computational Ling: Research Specialist, Quebec, Canada

Date: Wed, 04 Sep 2002 15:12:04 +0000
From: lawjay <lawjaylogicalproperties.com>
Subject: Jobs: Computational Ling: Research Specialist, Quebec, Canada

University or Organization: Logical Properties Inc.
Rank of Job: Research Specialist
Specialty Areas Required: Computational Linguistics, Lexicography, Ontology
Required Language(s): English (ENG)

Description:

Logical Properties Inc. is involved in International Trade Logistics.
Specifically, the company designs software applications for the
complex area of Trade Compliance.

The company is seeking a linguist with an expertise in lexicography
and ontology to work with an existing team of researchers and
developers.

Candidates' knowledge base should also include computational
linguistics, information retrieval and database querying using SQL. A
Masters or PHD degree in Computational Linguistics is preferred.

Responsibilities will include the analysis and modelling of highly
specialized domains for the purposes of query expansion and
hierarchical information retrieval.

Successful candidates will work closely with internal team members, as
well as outside strategic partners in the academic and business
communities.

Join Logical Properties. We offer an exciting, stimulating work
environment with flexible hours, good benefits and a casual dress
code.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Jay Lawrence
	R&D
	Logical Properties Inc.
	5475 Pare Street
	Suite 100
	Montreal, Quebec H4P 1P7
	Canada 
	Applications are due by October 15, 2002


Contact Information:
	Jay Lawrence.
	Email: lawjaylogicalproperties.com
	Tel: 514-737-1500
	Fax: 514-737-7811

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