27.5190, Jobs: Chinese, Mandarin; General Linguistics: Computational Linguist, Lionbridge

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Subject: 27.5190, Jobs: Chinese, Mandarin; General Linguistics: Computational Linguist, Lionbridge

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Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2016 18:57:35
From: Elena Pirttisalo [elena.pirttisalo at lionbridge.com]
Subject: Chinese, Mandarin; General Linguistics: Computational Linguist, Lionbridge, Shanghai, China

 
University or Organization: Lionbridge 
Department: Tampere
Job Location: Shanghai, China 
Web Address: http://www.lionbridge.com
Job Title: Chinese Search analyst
Job Rank: Computational Linguist; Other

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics 

Required Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)

Description:

Required Skills/Background:

- Native language: Simplified and/or Traditional Chinese 
- BS/BA and 3+ years of work experience
- Degree in linguistics or any other field coupled with a strong interest in
identifying, solving and measuring problems that have an impact on search
engine performance
- Excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills
- Understand and independently take initiative
- Ability to perform root-cause analysis driven by performance metrics 
- Native understanding of the target culture and market
- Excellent command of English and ability to work with international teams
- Adept at working with large data sets with an ability to identify patterns
- Experience in an enterprise on-domain site search engine is a plus
- Web marketing and content promotion is a plus

As a search analyst you will be contributing to improving the client’s (an
American multinational technology  company, a giant in production of consumer
electronics) search engine.
The time line: January 2017 and until September 2017. 

Full time availability required.

Work location: customer’s premises in Shanghai (so relocation might be
required).

Please send the application with the hourly rate request and your CV to the
application email below.

Lionbridge is a leading provider of translation, online marketing, global
content management and application testing solutions that ensure global brand
consistency, local relevancy and technical usability across all touch points
of the global customer lifecycle.

Using our innovative cloud technologies, global program management expertise
and our worldwide crowd of more than 100,000 professional cloud workers, we
provide integrated solutions that enable clients to successfully market, sell
and support their products and services in global markets.



Application Deadline: 31-Jan-2017 (Open until filled)
	  
Email Address for Applications: jobs.tampere at lionbridge.com 
Contact Information:
	Resource Coordination Elena Pirttisalo 
	Email: elena.pirttisalo at lionbridge.com 


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