The Research Group in Computational Linguistics at the University of Wolverhampton (http://rgcl.wlv.ac.uk) is currently recruiting a Reader in Translation Technology (permanent). The purpose of this post is to strengthen the research group by enhancing its research and publications in the field of translation technology. The appointed candidate will be expected to produce REF-returnable outputs, attract external income, seek industrial collaborations, teach at Masters level and supervise PhD students. He/she will join a recently appointed research fellow and two PhD students in translation technology. All these posts are part of a university investment in the area of translation technology.
University of Wolverhampton
The post holder will hold a PhD (or equivalent) in a field related to machine translation, translation memories or translation technologies, and will have carried out extensive research in the area at a university, research institute or in a related part of the private sector in the UK or abroad. They will be proficient in a range of subject-specific skills and ideally will have extensive experience in site-based research settings. The post holder will be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently to develop new research objectives and proposals including contributing to the securing of external funding and collaborative projects.
The appointed candidate should have evidence of an individual track record in research which is at the cutting edge of machine translation and/or translation technology and is recognised internationally (e.g. through publications in journals). They should have a track record of having successfully obtained funding from external sources and successfully completed projects. Candidates should have teaching experience and a track record in supervising PhD students.
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