We are looking for linguists to help develop the data infrastructure for Natural Language systems. Our team is responsible for collecting language data, creating targeted labeling systems for a variety of downstream uses, writing clear guidelines for annotation, ensuring the quality of labeled data, and writing the software tools to process, evaluate, display, and distribute the data.
We need linguists who understand language as data, who think analytically and systematically, and who can develop and evaluate ways of capturing linguistic generalizations that are precise, concise, and implementable. Candidates should understand the basics of computer programming, have at a minimum written code for processing text files, and be willing and able to learn new programming languages and techniques.
We value expertise in any sub-field of linguistics, expect a passion for the scientific study of language, and require research experience that includes an understanding of the scientific method and experimental design. We are seeking new colleagues who work well on teams, can passionately argue a position without rancor, and quickly agree on the most optimal solutions to language data problems.
If you know that language data is the underpinning of all current language technologies, if you love practical language analysis as well as theoretical, and if you are ready to adapt your unique skill set to a diverse range of products and problems, then this may be the job for you!
The successful candidate will be engaged in general responsibilities and at least one specialized role.