Virginia based defense contractor seeking a computational linguist with Software Engineering qualifications for their Charleroi, PA facility. Candidates should have 1 to 3 years experience in developing computational linguistic applications such as natural language processing, text mining, knowledge extraction and knowledge-based systems. This covers all software engineering disciplines from requirements development to validation. Experience in ontology engineering and LISP is a plus. Education: BS degree required, MS degree preferred, and Engineering degree preferred.
Software Engineer for Hubble Space Telescope Science Planning Systems
CSC is seeking candidates with a minimum of 4 years experience in software development to perform software engineering duties for the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) science planning systems. The position is located at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland.
David Young writes:
Hi Will. So, I’ve been developing commercial Lisp applications for almost 10 consecutive years now. Much of my experience is knowledge-based/expert systems, but I’ve done a lot of general purpose Lisp development. I’ve been at my present position for six years, building expert systems for the health care industry (using LispWorks Enterprise and KnowledgeWorks).
For various reasons, I’m ready to move on. I’d prefer a position in applied medical or scientific research; something that benefits people. However, I’m willing to look at most opportunities. I live in the Raleigh area of North Carolina, and do not want to relocate. Telecommuting is ok, but I need a full-time position.
Thanks very much for your work with Lispjobs.
peace, David E. Young
Contact David directly at youngde -at- pobox -dot- com.
A Danish startup is looking for one or two additional Lispers to join
its existing team and start work as soon as possible on a medium to
long term project. The aim is to build a real time trading platform
for predictions markets (financial, sports betting, …). The pace
will be challenging, with significant deliverables expected over the
coming year; the rewards will be great; and there’s a possibility of
shares / share options in the company.
There’s a preference for being located in Copenhagen (and relocation
expenses will be met), but remote working is possible for people with
proven experience of doing this. Wherever you’re based, team work will
be essential. There’ll be a strong emphasis on requirements focus and
Contact Michael Arnoldus, email@example.com for further details.
Dominique Boucher wrote:
Nü Echo is seeking a talented Scheme/Java developer (with a strong emphasis on Scheme) for working on a sophisticated speech-recognition grammar development environment based on Eclipse
(http://www.nuecho.com/content/view/52/174/lang,en/). Candidates should be able to work (at least) in French.
If you are interested, contact me personally.
The key characteristics we are in search of are the ability to be a critical thinker, a team player, and a self starter….Experience with Lisp a plus.
Matchcraft, founded in 1998, is a technology driven media solutions company that maximizes Return-On-Investment for interactive advertisers. Matchcraft tracks, analyzes, and optimizes the “matches” to maximize results. We are a very large user of Google and Overture paid ads and their respective API’s.