Posts Tagged ‘tech jobs’

Semantic Web Job: Information Solution Architect

Jeppesen logoJeppesen is seeking an information solution architect. The job description states: “This person will serve as an Information Architect for development of a large, geospatial data management system. Specifically, this person will specify and implement approaches to ensure efficient access, editing, and transaction management for geospatial data and work in the database and access layer of the system. This involves tuning the Physical Data Model and optimization for performance with Oracle 12c Spatial and Graph, Oracle Workspace Manager, and custom developed data access frameworks and services in Java.  This person will interact with data modeling, database administration, data center/IT, and software engineering teams.” Read more

Semantic Web Job: Project Manager

Algebraix Data logoAlgebraix Data is looking for a project manager. The job listing states, “Algebraix Data is leading a revolution in enterprise database management by using advanced algebraic techniques. These techniques make our system inherently self-optimizing, self-managing, and are the key to our benchmark busting performance and scalability. Our products provide unprecedented and unique advantages for business intelligence, data mining and decision support applications involving really Big Data. As a member of Algebraix Data’s engineering team, your mission will be to manage our software projects as we design and deliver some of the most significant technical innovations the database industry has seen in over sixty years.”

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Semantic Technology Job: Natural Language Processing Expert

morfologica logoMorfologica, Inc. is looking for a Natural Language Processing expert. The job description states: “Morfologica Inc. is a small business that provides consulting and engineering services in the fields of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computational Linguistics to academic, business and government organizations. We are a growing company with lots of opportunities and great benefits for qualified candidates with a passion for this field. We are looking to support a customer in the Fort Meade area by adding experienced NLP Experts, Computer Scientists, Computational Linguists, Theoretical or General Linguists, and Knowledge Engineers to our team. Qualified candidates with a strong background in Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science or Library Science are also encouraged to apply. Interested candidates will be working at a customer site supporting ongoing research efforts for NSA.  The work being done will include development and testing of parsers, part-of-speech taggers, Wordnet applications, and processing of multi-lingual data. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of one or more natural language processing techniques, knowledge-base or rule-based developent, and programming experience in NLP-related technologies. The candidate will also have on-going experience providing consulting and support in fields related NLP. Individuals with continued experience with multiple NLP tools and techniques are preferred.”
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Semantic Web Job: Healthline

Healthline Networks LogoHealthline Networks is seeking an Informatics Sr. Java Software Engineer in San Francisco, California. This position offers the opportunity to “Work with dynamic Engineering and Medical Informatics Teams to enhance Healthline’s medical ontology. Healthline is a web health technology company, employing tools for the future.” The Responsibilities include: “Design and implement algorithms for integrating medical standard dictionaries into Healthline ontology; Develop data mining processes to create our Semantic Network; Work on an authoring tool that allows Medical Informatics Specialists to successfully and easily edit our ontology; Read more

Who’s Using Google+?

Data visualization firm Bime surveyed Google+ users a few weeks ago with unsurprising results – “users were mostly young American men working in technology.” However, Bime hasn’t let up. The company recently released “an updated visualization that breaks down Google Plus demographics including the month of August, now that the service has had some time to grow. This survey covered 10 million users, more than twice the size of the previous one, and some things haven’t changed. About 70% of Google Plus users still identify as men, and the vast bulk of them are American. One major shift has taken place, though: While the updated post doesn’t have the age numbers (which came from a different dataset last time), the occupation data show that students have overwhelmingly displaced tech workers, though all the same tech jobs as before dominate the rest of the top spots.” Read more