7.1148, Jobs: NLP, Computational lx, Child Lg Acq, Speech Perception

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-7-1148. Wed Aug 14 1996. ISSN: 1068-4875. Lines:  162
 
Subject: 7.1148, Jobs: NLP, Computational lx, Child Lg Acq, Speech Perception
 
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Date:  Tue, 13 Aug 1996 15:28:52 PDT
From:  amyba at microsoft.com (Amy Babson)
Subject:  Microsoft Jobs in the Natural Language Processing Group
 
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Date:  Wed, 14 Aug 1996 18:45:29 +0800
From:  9608141045.AA21598 at cc.nctu.edu.tw (cptsai at cc.nctu.edu.tw (NCTU DFLL)ge-I
d:)
Subject:  Computational lx, Child Lg Acquisition, Speech Perception
 
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Date:  Tue, 13 Aug 1996 15:28:52 PDT
From:  amyba at microsoft.com (Amy Babson)
Subject:  Microsoft Jobs in the Natural Language Processing Group
 
 
Microsoft has many exciting job opportunities in our Natural Language
Processing Group.  Listed below are several openings. If  interested in
applying or getting more information, please send your resume and/or
inquiries to the email contact listed after each position.
Thank you!
 
SOFTWARE DESIGN ENGINEER IN TEST for the Natural Language Group
Design and implement an automation system and test tools for the Natural
Language Test Group.  This includes testing components for use in Microsoft
products to enable features based on recognizing and processing information
expressed in natural human languages. Requires a minimum of 4 years
programming and/or testing experience in the microcomputer environment.
Knowledge of C/C++ required.  Knowledge of OLE 2.0 preferred.  Database
engineering or administration experience preferred.  Demonstrated experience
in MSTest and Visual Basic programming, and knowledge of Microsoft Windows or
Apple Macintosh preferred.  A BA/BS degree in Computer Science preferred.
Please send resume/inquiries to:  letitiad at microsoft.com.
 
SOFTWARE DESIGN ENGINEER for the Natural Language Group
Design and build high quality software for the Natural Language Group which
provides natural language technology to Microsoft product groups. This
includes owning key components of the natural language engine which enables
morphology analysis, parsing, and semantics processing of natural language
text in multiple languages. Requires a minimum of 5 years experience
developing software and building complex systems. A BA/BS or MS degree in
Computer Science or equivalent work experience required. Please send
resume/inquiries to: letitiad at microsoft.com.
 
PROGRAM MANAGER - Data Repository for the Natural Language Group
Design, build, and test linguistic data repository for the Word Natural
Language Group.  This includes designing, building, and testing the data
entry interfaces and the database.  Requires a minimum of  3 years experience
shipping products. A full understanding of the development cycle required.
Demonstrated skills in organization, detail-orientation, design skills,
communication, and the ability to get things done required. Fluency in
multiple languages desired. A BA/BS or MS degree in Computer Science or
related technical discipline preferred.  Please send resume/inquiries
to: letitiad at microsoft.com.
 
PROGRAM MANAGER - FAR EAST
Drive various aspects of product development from design and implementation
through release of new Natural Language technologies in the Natural Language
Group. This includes owning the relationship with Microsoft's Natural
Language researchers, Far East subsidiaries, development and marketing.
Background in Natural Language, Computational Linguistics, morphology
analysis, parsing, or semantics processing of natural language text in Far
East languages preferred. BA/BS or MS degree in Computer Science or
equivalent work experience preferred. An understanding of linguistics or
knowledge representation is desired, but not required.  Knowledge and fluency
in Japanese or Chinese desired.  Please send resume/inquiries to:
jenve at microsoft.com.
 
SOFTWARE DESIGN ENGINEER - FAR EAST
 Design and build high quality software for the Natural Language Group that
provides natural language technology to Microsoft product groups, especially
for the Far East. This includes owning key components of the natural language
engine, which enables morphology analysis, parsing, and semantics processing
of natural language text in multiple languages, including Japanese, Chinese,
and Korean.  Requires a minimum of 5 years experience developing software and
building complex systems, and a BA/BS or MS degree in computer science or
equivalent work experience. An understanding of linguistics or knowledge
representation is desired, but not required.  Knowledge and fluency in
Chinese desired.  Please send resume/inquiries to:  jenve at microsoft.com.
 
LEAD SOFTWARE TEST ENGINEER - FAR EAST
Lead the overall design, development, and execution of a comprehensive test
plan, test environment, and test cases for the Far East Natural Language
Group.  Lead a small team whose mission is to test components that enable
numerous MS product features based on recognizing and processing information
expressed in natural human languages.  Requires at least 2 years test
engineering experience, and fluent Japanese or Chinese.  Knowledge of Visual
Basic preferred.  Knowledge of  Windows programming, C/C++, Mac, and/or
relational databases desired.  Linguistic skills and knowledge of additional
languages desired.  A BA/BS in Computer Science or Linguistics preferred.
Please send resume/inquiries to:  jenve at microsoft.com.
 
 
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Date:  Wed, 14 Aug 1996 18:45:29 +0800
From:  9608141045.AA21598 at cc.nctu.edu.tw (cptsai at cc.nctu.edu.tw (NCTU DFLL)ge-I
d:)
Subject:  Computational lx, Child Lg Acquisition, Speech Perception
 
 
               Job Announcement for Spring 1997
 
        Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
                National Chiao Tung University
                    Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C
 
The Department plans to fill a number of teaching positions in the
following fields:
 
Computational linguistics, child language acquistion, speech
perception.
 
Appointees will be required to conduct individual and collaborative
research, teach specialized as well as language proficiency courses
(including translation), participate in curriculum development, and
perform some administrative duties.
 
Candidates must have Ph.D. degrees by the time of appointment, which
is scheduled for Feb., 1997. Appointments will be made at the ranks of
Assistant Professorship (pending government approval), Associate
Professorship, or Professorship.  Salaries will be based on the
government pay scale, and commensurate with qualifications and
experience.
 
Letters of application, brief statements of current research, C.V.
(including names, addresses (email address included), telephone or fax
numbers of 3 referees) should be sent (by Sept. 15th, 1996) to:
 
Professor Shu-chen Chiang
Chair, Dept. of Foreign Lang. & Lit.
1001 Ta Hsueh Road, Hsinchu
Taiwan 30050, R.O.C.
 
For inquiry, please contact the Department:
 
Telephone!G886-35-712121 ext. 58100
Fax!G886-35-726037
Email!Gcptsai at cc.nctu.edu.tw
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