Position with TLG open
EHOBBS at WELLESLEY.EDU
Sat Jan 23 15:01:46 EST 1999
Colleagues of B-Greek:
Carl and I agree with James Ernest that this should be posted to our List,
since several of you may be qualified for the position, and possibly
someone of that number might be interested in applying for it.
Forwarded on behalf of the undersigned, to whom responses and
inquiries should be directed.
> > Subject: Programming Position at the TLG Project
> > The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Project (TLG) at the University of
> > California, Irvine seeks to hire a Programmer/Analyst. The successful
> > candidate will be primarily responsible for the development of a
> > Web-based
> > system to structure, search and retrieve the bibliographical, lexical
> > and
> > textual materials comprising the TLG digital library.
> > He/she must have excellent programming skills and experience in
> > relational
> > databases and WWW development tools, preferably in a Unix
> > environment.
> > Experience or at least conceptual knowledge of text encoding methods
> > and
> > standards (particularly SGML/XML and Unicode) is highly desirable.
> > Knowledge of Greek will be a plus.
> > The University of California offers competitive salaries and an
> > attractive
> > benefits package. Position open until filled. UCI is an Equal
> > Opportunity
> > Employer committed to excellence through diversity.
> > For further information and instructions on how to apply, please
> > contact:
> > Professor Maria Pantelia
> > Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
> > University of California Irvine
> > 3450 Berkeley Place
> > Irvine, CA 92697-5550
> > e-mail: mcpantel at uci.edu
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