LINGUIST List 14.1178

Thu Apr 24 2003

Jobs: Lexicography: Rank Open, Butler Hill Group, LLC

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Message 1: Lexicography: Rank Open, Butler Hill Group, LLC, WA, USA

Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 20:09:30 +0000
From: moco <mocobutlerhill.com>
Subject: Lexicography: Rank Open, Butler Hill Group, LLC, WA, USA



University or Organization: Butler Hill Group, LLC
Rank of Job: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Lexicography
Required Language(s): Danish (Code = DNS); Swedish (Code = SWD)


Description:

We require one Swedish and one Danish lexicographer to review a
proprietary (commericial) lexicon for completeness and accuracy,
including reviewing coverage of headwords and morphological
information, according to specified guidelines. The bulk of the work
must be done during the period of late May (Swedish) and late June
(Danish), and there will be some followup work through the rest of the
summer. We expect the entire project to take approximately 40-50
hours. The ideal candidate will have experience in lexicography in
either a commercial or academic setting, and will be a native or
near-native speaker of the language in question. Compensation is at a
professional level.

The work can be done-offsite, but will require a Windows computer
running Windows 95 or greater, with a minimum of 128 MB RAM and
substantial hard disk space, as the lexicon is quite large.

To apply, please send an resume or CV, in English, by email only, to
mocobutlerhill.com. If you are a foreign national living in the US,
please have US work authorization.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Mo Corston-Oliver
	email only, please
	Seattle, WA 98103
	United States of America 
 
	Position is open until filled.


Contact Information:
	Mo Corston-Oliver
	Email: mocobutlerhill.com
	Tel: 425-722-2496
	Website: http://www.butlerhill.com

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