10.753, Jobs: Machine Translation, Japanese Studies

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-10-753. Mon May 17 1999. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 10.753, Jobs: Machine Translation, Japanese Studies

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Date:  Mon, 17 May 1999 14:22:06 +0200
From:  Albert <albert.llorens at bcn.gms.es>
Subject:  Openings in MACHINE TRANSLATION at L&H-LT Barcelona (Spain)

Date:  Mon, 17 May 1999 12:44:16 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Hideki Maki <maki at stunix.salem-teikyo.wvnet.edu>
Subject:  Japanese Studies

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 17 May 1999 14:22:06 +0200
From:  Albert <albert.llorens at bcn.gms.es>
Subject:  Openings in MACHINE TRANSLATION at L&H-LT Barcelona (Spain)

Openings in MACHINE TRANSLATION at L&H-LT Barcelona

The L&H Language Technology GmbH & Co. KG (previously under the name
GMS, Gesellschaft for Multilinguale Systeme mbH), with head office in
Munich (Germany), is a leading developer of machine translation

The L&H-LT language development division is based in Barcelona
(Spain). For the development of new machine translation language pairs
we have several job openings. The new candidates will back up the
current team, comprising 45 members, in designing and implementing
formal analysis, transfer, and generation grammars, or encoding the
corresponding monolingual and bilingual lexicons.

Candidate profile:

- (Computational) Linguists for grammar and lexicon development
(ref. LING) with:
  * university degree in linguistics or computational linguistics
  * some programming experience (grammar developers only);
  * experience in writing formal grammars for natural languages would be a plus


* English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Dutch

Successful candidates should:

* be native speakers of one and have near-native proficiency in
another of the languages mentioned above; additional languages would
be an asset since further language pairs will soon be added
* be willing to work together with the rest of the team
* have good social and communicative abilities
* show perseverance, accuracy and thoroughness

Working language:	English

Starting date:		As soon as possible (open for at least one year)

Term of contract:	2 years with possibility of becoming permanent

Salary:			According to experience and age

Office location:        Center of Barcelona (in the charming 19th century
district Eixample, within walking distance from the old part of the city
and from the famous 'Las Ramblas')

You will join a young, international, and highly motivated
team. L&H-LT combines research and development of market-ready
products. This will thus offer a great opportunity to those people who
want to apply their acquired knowledge and apply their skills in
real-world conditions. Since the L&H-LT long-term objective is to
implement machine translation products for all possible language pair
combinations between Dutch, English, French, German, Italian,
Portuguese and Spanish, this will also give future prospects to
candidates beyond the initial term of contract.

More information about L&H-LT can be found at the web page
<< http://www.lhs-lt.de >>.

If you are interested, send CV and cover letter in English either by
surface mail to:

	L&H-LT/GMS Sucursal en Espana
	Roger de Lluria, 50 1-B

	Fax: +34 - 93 - 487 76 19

or by email to

	jobs at bcn.gms.es

indicating on the envelope or in the subject of the email the job reference.

-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 17 May 1999 12:44:16 -0400 (EDT)
From:  Hideki Maki <maki at stunix.salem-teikyo.wvnet.edu>
Subject:  Japanese Studies

The Department of Japanese Studies at Salem-Teikyo University invites
applications for an assistant professor position, beginning August,
1999.  Salem- Teikyo University is a private American institution with
600 American students and 200 Japanese students.  Responsibilities
include teaching 6 modules (24 credit hours) and doing research for 2
modules (2 months) per year.  We are seeking a person who can teach 1)
undergraduate Japanese language courses for non-native Japanese, and
2) courses in his/her specialization (culture, history, politics,
research methodology, and so on).  Applicants must have (near) native
fluency in Japanese and a terminal degree in the relevant fields.

Please send a letter of application, vita, graduate transcripts, and
three names of references (with e-mail addresses) to:

 Hideki Maki
 Department of Japanese Studies
 Salem-Teikyo University
 Salem, WV 26426-0500 U.S.A.
 Tel: 304-782-5587
 Fax: 304-782-5543
 E-Mail:  maki at stunix.salem-teikyo.wvnet.edu
 Webpage:  http://www.angelfire.com/in/stunihon/index.html
 Submission by e-mail and/or fax is accepted.  AA/EOE.

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