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  • Japanese - Linguist L2 - On Demand

    Job Locations Remote-Remote
    Posted Date 11 months ago(5/10/2017 2:53 AM)
    ID
    2017-1342
    Category
    Linguist
  • Overview

    We are looking for Linguists/Computational Linguists who are native speakers of Japanese, for flexible or full-time home-based role.
    The project is an exciting and challenging opportunity to help develop world-class linguistic software.

     

    Location: Global


    Linguistic skills should include grammar, syntax, morphology, computational.

    The candidates should be familiar with linguistic tools, and language technology applications.

     

    Tasks:

    • Development: Use regular expression formalisms (symbolic language and logical operations), write or edit rules for grammar, phonology or other purposes.
    • Project Management: Triage and review, project scheduling.
    • Test: Test lexicons, evaluate test results. Evaluate design and implementation of grammar rules; using logical operators and symbolic language, develop patterns for testing application of the rules.
    • Documentation: Using strong English language skills, linguistic and technical expertise, document tools and processes.

    Requirements:

    • Advanced degree in Linguistics or Computational Linguistics.
    • Native speaker of Japanese.
    • High proficiency in English.
    • Excellent technical skills.
    • Linguistic skills should include morphology and syntax.
    • Excellent organisational skills with attention to detail.
    • Capable of managing or performing computational linguistic work in several languages.
    • An individual with a computational linguistics degree and proven experience (syntax, morphology, lexicography) on multiple languages.
    • Must be capable of working across multiple languages, leveraging deep linguistic knowledge and computational experience with other languages.

     

    Please include with your application: your CV/resume; details of any language qualifications you hold; your availability.

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