LINGUIST List 7.579

Thu Apr 18 1996

Jobs: Kyrgyz native speaker, Speech and lang processing

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  1. MRM, native speaker needed
  2. norman fraser, Job opportunities in speech and language processing

Message 1: native speaker needed

Date: Thu, 18 Apr 1996 16:00:47 -0000
From: MRM <Hdqtmrminc.com>
Subject: native speaker needed

Kyrgyz native speaker needed (nothern dialect preferred) for a minimum
of one month, (10 hours per week minimum) to work in Maryland, suburb
of DC. Duties are primarily Kyrgyz to English translation.

Please contact:
MRM, Inc. at LRC
Marti Hawkins
301-864-1410
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Message 2: Job opportunities in speech and language processing

Date: Thu, 18 Apr 1996 17:21:38 -0000
From: norman fraser <normanvocalis.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Job opportunities in speech and language processing

JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN SPEECH RECOGNITION AND SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING

Vocalis Ltd,
Chaston House,
Mill Court,
Great Shelford,
Cambridge CB2 5LD
United Kingdom
tel: +44-1223-846177
fax: +44-1223-846178


Vocalis Ltd. wishes to hire researchers and engineers for its Research
Division. We are looking for candidates at all levels of experience
and who will fit well into the division on a permanent basis.

Candidates should have experience with one or more of these areas:

	Speech Recognition
	Spoken Language Dialogue Processing
	Human Factors
	Signal Processing
	Pattern Matching
	Bespoke System Development
	Product Development

and with some of the following:
	C, C++, UNIX, SCO, X/Motif, DSP programming, Windows 3/95

Vocalis is one of the leading providers of over the telephone speech
recognition systems with clients in UK, Europe, the Middle East and
America. We deliver both bespoke systems and products from our
Cambridge office, and we also license our technology.

The Research Division has the responsibility of developing the core
speech recognition and spoken language capabilities which we use in
our products. We wish to expand all of the areas of work within the
division, ranging from human factors experimentation to prototype
system development and delivery. The division concentrates on applied
research with relevance to real world problems.

Vocalis has a strong track record of involvement in European Commission
collaborative research projects. Currently, we lead the REWARD project
(http://www.kom.auc.dk/CPK/Speech/Reward/) and participate as partner in
CAVE (http://www.ptt-telecom.nl/cave.htm) and SPEECHDAT
(http://www.icp.grenet.fr/SpeechDat/home.html).

Vocalis is located close to Cambridge with easy connections to
London and via rail and motorway links.

If you are not a citizen of one of the member states of the European
Union, please check whether you are eligible to work in the UK before
applying.

If you are interested, please email your CV to

 jennyvocalis.com

Plain text is preferred. Otherwise send a paper copy to Jenny
Harrington at the above address. If you need more information, please
contact Trevor Thomas (trevorvocalis.com).

These is no deadline for applications, and Vocalis expects to hire
about 10 people in the Research Division in 1996.
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