Overview

The role of the Analytic Linguistic Project Manager is to consult with Natural Language Understanding Researchers on creating guidelines and setting standards for a variety of NLP projects as well as to manage the work of a team of junior linguists to achieve high quality data output.

This includes:

– Training, managing and overseeing the work of a team of junior linguists

– Creating guidelines for semantic, syntactic and morphological projects

– Evaluating and analyzing data quality

– Consulting with researchers and engineers on the development of linguistic databases

Company:

Google

Qualifications:

– Master’s degree or higher in Linguistics or Computational Linguistics, specializing in 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
– Good organizational skills
– Previous project management and people management experience preferred
– Some programming language or previous experience working in a Linux environment a plus Specific requirements: Educational level: Master’s Degree

Language requirements:

Language requirements: Native-level speaker of Vietnamese and fluent in English

Specific requirements:

Project duration: 6-24 months (with potential for extension) This is not a permanent position but a full-time contract position at 40 hours per week. The successful candidate will commute to the office in Bangkok, Thailand. Relocation or transport expenses will not be covered.

Educational level:

Master Degree

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