As a Junior Linguist, you will be annotating and reviewing linguistic data in Russian. You will also contribute to a number of other tasks to improve natural language processing at Google.
The tasks include:
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
Native-level speaker of Russian and fluent in English
Degree in Linguistics or Computational Linguistics or similar, with knowledge of semantics, syntax, morphology, phonology and/or lexicography
Ability to quickly grasp technical concepts; learn in-house tools
Keen interest in technology and computer-literate
Should have an interest in natural language processing, linguistics, linguistic resources
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Attention to detail and good organizational skills
Ability to work independently from home with reliable internet connectivity
Project duration: 6 months (with potential for extension)
For immediate consideration, please email your CV and cover letter in English (in PDF format) with “Junior Linguists [Russian]” in the subject line.
Application Deadline: Open until filled
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