Clojure / Lisp Developers wanted in Sunny South Florida
Our customer located in the Ft. Lauderdale area is looking for
fulltime employees to join their team as Clojure Developers. Position
involves web application development for mobile devices.
Will develop algorithms and artificial intelligence.
Strong mathematical and analytical skills
Clojure experience or Lisp and Java experience would be ideal.
Perl experience is an added plus.
Seeking professional developers, but if your Lisp or Clojure, or Perl
experience is a hobby that will be considered.
If you are interested please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or
call me at 954-382-5624
IT specialist. Expert system building and maintenance, I believe.
The US Army is looking for an IT Specialist.
This person will be expected to engineer expert systems and other Artificial Intelligence systems that aid and enhance data analysis and operational functions of Force Developers. In coordination with Force Development action officers, develops object oriented and rule based systems by means of rapid prototyping techniques. Design application specific knowledge-base to include objects and rules. Develops algorithms and writes LISP programs to include expert systems, and object oriented database systems.
The recruiting firm Robert Half is looking for an engineer with 5+ years of software development experience, specifically using Common Lisp and CLOS. They mention expert systems and AI.
“Tags: software, developer, artificial intelligence, AI, dallas, DFW, Metroplex, jobs”
Looks like mostly C++, but Lisp ‘highly desired.’ See the posting.
There’s an opening for a software engineer with a strong background in AI. It’s primarily a PROLOG position, but they say that LISP is a “strongly desired”.
“Research (mostly applied), knowledge engineering, participation in system design from an AI component perspective, integration of AI tools/components from different sources, AI software application design and programming.”
Requires “Top Secret Clearance with Full Lifestyle Polygraph.”
Apply at IntelliGenesis.
Global InfoTek, Inc. has an immediate need for a Research Scientist at its Reston, VA offices. Initial responsibilities will include design, development, and deployment of knowledge representation and reasoning capabilities to support technology evaluation in a Government-sponsored research program to advance the state of the art in automatically extracting meaning from written English text. This position will involve collaborative interaction with the customer and with other research organizations.
While the experience level and salary range are open, the right candidate will possess many of the following capabilities.
* Logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning
* Ontologies (e.g., RDF, OWL, Cyc) and the semantic web
* Bayesian networks, probabilistic reasoning
* Java and Lisp programming, logic programming (e.g., Prolog)
* Unix family- and Windows-based system development and deployment
Some background in and/or familiarity with the following would be a plus.
* Computational linguistics / natural language processing / natural language understanding
* Extraction of information from text
The following are strongly desired.
* U.S. citizenship
* Willingness to apply for and strong likelihood of gaining a US Government security clearance
The following qualities are also desirable (and may be required, depending on seniority).
* Strong written, graphical, and spoken communication skills
* Demonstrated desire to advance the state of the art and to publish research results
* Project leadership capability
It must be an old-fashioned Lisp position because it’s a LISP position. Via Robert Half.