Oferta de trabajo: Junior Linguist (Spanish) - Google Inc.

Publicado en Becas y empleo

Torre Picasso Madrid 03

Oferta de trabajo
Cargo: Junior Linguist [Spanish] (Multiple positions)
Universidad, Empresa: Google Inc.
Departamento: Natural Language Understanding
Lenguas: Spanish and English

This is a full-time contract position. Work will be done from home, but Junior Linguists should be able to come to Google Madrid Office for training and intermediary meetings.

Job description:

As a Junior Linguist, you will be reviewing and annotating linguistic data and carrying out a number of tasks to improve Google’s natural language processing. This includes:

  • reviewing and annotating linguistic data,
  • labeling text for semantic, syntactic and morphological characteristics,
  • annotating lexicon entries according to guidelines,
  • deriving NLP data for new and on-going projects.

Job requirements:

  • native-level speaker of Spanish and fluent in English,
  • degree in Linguistics or Computational Linguistics with knowledge of semantics, syntax, morphology or lexicography,
  • ability to quickly grasp technical concepts;
  • should have an interest in natural language processing,
  • excellent oral and written communication skills,
  • keen interest in technology and computer-literate;
  • should feel comfortable using in-house tools and
  • should have an interest in linguistics and linguistic resources,
  • attention to detail and
  • good organizational skills.

Project duration: 9 months (with potential for extension).

For immediate consideration, please email your CV and cover letter in English (PDF format preferred) with "Junior Linguists" [Spanish] in the subject line to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.. Informal enquiries
should be addressed to Linne Ha at the same address.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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