7.0109 Positions Open: Humanities Consultant; Linguist (2/89)

Tue, 17 Aug 1993 16:20:57 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0109. Tuesday, 17 Aug 1993.

(1) Date: Fri, 30 Jul 1993 16:19:43 -0400 (58 lines)
From: balestri@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (Diane Balestri)
Subject: Job posting: Princeton Humanities Consultant

(2) Date: Mon, 9 Aug 93 14:02:05 +0200 (31 lines)
From: ide@grtc.cnrs-mrs.fr (Nancy Ide)
Subject: for publication

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Date: Fri, 30 Jul 1993 16:19:43 -0400
From: balestri@phoenix.Princeton.EDU (Diane Balestri)
Subject: Job posting: Princeton Humanities Consultant

The following position is open and we are looking to fill as soon as the
right person speaks up! The Instructional and Media Services group at
Princeton, which this consultant would join, includes instructional
computing and interactive graphics consultants and programmers, as well as
the university's language laboratory, audio, video, and television staff.

Diane Balestri
Manager, Instructional and Media Services


Humanities Consultant

Information Services within Computing and Information Technology at
Princeton University seeks a consultant to support faculty members and
students in humanities disciplines who use information technologies in
teaching and research. The consultant will join the Instructional and
Media Services group.

Responsibilities include: proactive consulting with humanities departments
and faculty about instructional and research needs; identifying,
installing, testing, and documenting software tools and applications;
supporting faculty and students in software use. In addition, the
consultant will work closely with the language laboratory coordinator on
acquisition, installation, and use of software and multimedia applications
for language instruction.
The consultant will provide expertise in text data bases and text analysis
for faculty in all disciplines and expertise in word processing and
printing with non-Roman characters and fonts.

Qualifications: minimally, a Master's degree in a humanities discipline.
Excellent knowledge of one or more foreign languages required; knowledge
of Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and/or Hebrew preferred. Strong background
(at least two years) supporting computer users in one or more of the
humanities disciplines taught at Princeton. Knowledge of both
instructional and research applications is required, as is the ability to
work on multiple projects simultaneously and to move easily among a variety
of hardware platforms, including Intel-based and Macintosh systems. Must
enjoy outreach to faculty in humanities disciplines and must possess
superior oral and written communications skills.

Rank and salary commensurate with background and experience. Send
resume and letter of application to: Bruce Finnie, Computing and
Information Technology, 87 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ 08544
(finnie@princeton.edu). Applicants should include a resume and the names,
telephone numbers, and addresses of at least three people who can comment
on the applicant's professional qualifications. Princeton
University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages
applications from women and minority candidates.

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Date: Mon, 9 Aug 93 14:02:05 +0200
From: ide@grtc.cnrs-mrs.fr (Nancy Ide)
Subject: for publication


The Natural Language Processing group at Microsoft Research
is looking for a computational linguist with a background in
English syntax, an interest in stylistics and the complexity of
prose, and the desire to work on a large real-world NLP system
that deals with unrestricted text.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to:

Microsoft Recruiting
ATTN: Patricia Brooke
One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA 98052-6399


Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer working to
increase workforce diversity.