LINGUIST List 22.1539|
Mon Apr 04 2011
Jobs: English & Comp Ling: Manager/Chief Linguist, Stripes39
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1. Scott Farrar ,
English, Computational Linguistics & Natural Language Generation: Manager/Chief Linguist, Stripes39, Washington, USA
Message 1: English, Computational Linguistics & Natural Language Generation: Manager/Chief Linguist, Stripes39, Washington, USA
From: Scott Farrar <sofarrargmail.com>
Subject: English, Computational Linguistics & Natural Language Generation: Manager/Chief Linguist, Stripes39, Washington, USA
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University or Organization: Stripes39
Job Location: Washington, USA
Web Address: http://stripes39.com
Job Rank: Manager
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Generation
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Seattle Startup Stripes39.com is hiring an experienced expert in Natural
-Advanced degree in Natural Language Processing/Computational Linguistics
-2 years experience in managing NLP related projects (required)
-research and/or project experience in building Natural Language
Generation systems (required)
-understanding of ontologies and data maintenance (preferred)
-managing a team of computational linguists
-maintaining current state-of-the-art NLG system dedicated to generating
rich human-like content for specific domains
-working closely with data collection team and advising on general NLP
Founded by a group of University of Washington graduates, Stripes39 is at
the cutting edge of web development and internet marketing.
Our marketing efforts focus on viral marketing, social media marketing, and
search engine optimization - driving millions of monthly unique visitors
per month to our portfolio of web properties. On the development side, we
are focused on creating innovative and useful formats/experiences for
content delivery, authoring authoritative/expert/journalistic content,
and executing large scale, data-driven, value-added content creation.
We're in an exciting time of growth, and are looking to add to our talented
and dedicated content development team. If you're interested in an
opportunity to join this great workplace, please contact our NLP scientist
Scott Farrar at the email address below.
Application Deadline: 15-May-2011
Email Address for Applications: sofarrargmail.com
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