3.362 job postings (123)

Wed, 16 Aug 89 19:37:18 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 3, No. 362. Wednesday, 16 Aug 1989.

(1) Date: Wed, 16 Aug 89 08:21:15 CDT (62 lines)
From: Mark Olsen <mark@gide.uchicago.edu>
Subject: Job posting -- ARTFL, University of Chicago

(2) Date: Wed, 16 Aug 89 11:31:42 EDT (42 lines)
Subject: job announcement

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Date: Wed, 16 Aug 89 08:21:15 CDT
From: Mark Olsen <mark@gide.uchicago.edu>
Subject: Job posting -- ARTFL, University of Chicago

ARTFL Project
American and French Research on the Treasury of
the French Language

*** Position Available ***


The ARTFL Project is a joint University of Chicago/Centre National de
la Recherche Scientifique (France) project to make the Treasury of the
French Language (TLF) database available to North American researchers
and students. The TLF contains the full texts of some 2,000 works of
French literature, history, and philosophy. ARTFL works very closely
with the Center for Information and Language Studies (CILS) in
developing full-text and information retrieval systems and is involved
in a number of research projects concerning language and information

Position: Reporting to the Director of ARTFL, the PROGRAMMER is
responsible for a wide range of computer programming and support
functions. The PROGRAMMER is responsible for maintenance and
development of the full-text retrieval system used by ARTFL, working
closely with the design team of CILS; performs system maintenance to
support computers used by ARTFL staff; directs student programming
assistants; support and work with non-technical ARTFL staff and
subscribers. The PROGRAMMER is encouraged to develop research
interests in areas related to ARTFL and language processing.

Qualifications: The PROGRAMMER must be familiar with UNIX and the C
programming language. Interest in database design, natural language
processing, and user interface design is important. Knowledge of a
foreign language, particularly French, is not required but highly
desirable. He/she must be able to work on large projects and carry
them through to completion as well as work closely with the CILS
programming team. BA required, graduate level degree desirable.

Salary: $27,000 - $32,000 depending on experience. Competitive
benefit package.

Send resume, a sample of programs you have written, research
interests, and salary expectations, by September 1, 1989, to:

Mark Olsen (312) 702-8488
Assistant Director mark@gide.uchicago.edu
ARTFL Project
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
University of Chicago
1050 East 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637 USA

E-mail submission of documents is encouraged.

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Date: Wed, 16 Aug 89 11:31:42 EDT
Subject: job announcement

Position Announcement
Department of History
Mississippi State University

Position: The Department of History, Mississippi State
University, seeks an oral historian with a research/teaching
specialty in 20th century U. S. to serve as director of the John
C. Stennis Oral History Project. The director will develop an
oral history archives to supplement and enhance the John C.
Stennis Collection deposited at Mitchell Memorial Library.
Although the position does not carry tenure, the director will
have rank in the Department of History. Some teaching of
undergraduate and graduate students will be expected. Rank and
salary are open. Position available January 1, 1990.

Qualifications: Candidates should have the following:
* the Ph. D. degree in history
* training and/or experience in oral history
* a teaching/research field in 20th century U. S. history
* ability to write grants and willingness to engage in
pursuit of extramural funds to support the oral history
* ability to teach undergraduate and graduate students in
area of specialization

Application: The Department welcomes nominations as well as
applications. Women and members of minority groups are
especially encouraged to apply. Send letters of application or
nomination to Charles D. Lowery, Head, Department of History,
Mississippi State University, P. O. Drawer H, Mississippi State,
MS 39762. Screening will begin October 1 and continue until the
position is filled. AA/EOE


"Professor, History, Mississippi State University
"Historians have a Richer Present"