LINGUIST List 9.596

Tue Apr 21 1998

Jobs: Japanese Computational Lexicographer

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  1. Beryl, Japanese Computational Lexicographer

Message 1: Japanese Computational Lexicographer

Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 11:33:17 -0800
From: Beryl <berylint-life.com>
Subject: Japanese Computational Lexicographer


Intelligent Life, Inc. is looking for a Japanese Computational Lexicographer

We are a recruiting agency in Seattle hunting for a Japanese computational lexicographer. The position is a one-year project for a large software company, and the contract will be through us. The pay rate is $40 - 45 per hour and benefits are provided through the agency. Our client will pay limited relocation costs. 

Job description: Maintaining lexical data in comprehensive dictionaries, enhancing and maintaining the Japanese morphological rules, maintaining testing corpora, in accordance with the overall system architecture used by the NLP group.

Qualifications:
	Required
		Native-level proficiency in Japanese
		Experience in computational linguistics and online Japanese dictionary development
		Some programming experience in Perl, C, C++
		An interest in Japanese morphological/lexical issues
	Nice To Have
		Database programming experience

Please email CVs to Beryl Gorbman at Intelligent Life, Inc. Berylint-life.com. Resumes should be in Microsoft Word for the PC or plain text. (No WordPerfect, please.)

Please forward this notice to any appropriate lists or individuals. Thank you.
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