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Recruitment and Work Opportunities     (1)

Ontolog members are invited to post relevant talent recruitment and work opportunities (project, consulting, employment, ...)     (1A)

on this page (in reverse chronological order, with a brief description, the link to more details,     (1B)

contact information and date of the post).     (1C)

Commercial listings and those for funded-projects and paid positions are subject to a nominal fee     (1D)

(which is not yet defined. Therefore, listing is free-of-charge, at least for now.)     (1E)

Please include a deadline or expiry date with each entry. One may come back and modify it later.     (1F)

... the poster is also responsible to so identify once the opportunity is no longer open.     (1G)

(please do not remove though, leave listings there for archival purposes. Thanks.)     (1H)

The Ontolog co-conveners reserve the right to remove any entry that they deem inappropriate. =ppy/2006.09.13     (1I)

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  • posted: 2011.02.03 - California Digital Library is looking for a Semantic Web Developer, located in the SF Bay area to implement a new open-source digital format registry based on linked data (http://www.udfr.org).     (1M2)
    • Oversight for the project rests with a group of stakeholders drawn from academic and national libraries and archives around the world,including the University of California, Harvard University, the Florida Center for Library Automation, the Library of Congress, Library and Archives Canada, the British Library, the UK and US National Archives, the Koniklijke Bibliotheek and Nationaal Archief of     (1M2A)

the Netherlands, and many others.     (1M3)

  • posted: 2010.10.18 - DSCI is looking for a Metadata Environment Expert, located in the NY/NJ/DC/MD area to..     (1N1)
    • Manage design and implementation of a metadata population service for assigning metadata values to discoverable assets. Ability to Understand a credible methodology/approach to building and/or configuring a software product to allow an operator to manually populate DDMS elements for XML payloads, Web Ontology Language (OWL) files, and XML Schema Definition (XSD) files.     (1N1A)
    • Create runtime metadata registries for storing semantic vocabulary artifacts such as OWL files, XML schemata (XSD), and namespaces. Address the approach for the registry to contain vocabulary assets and services that support delivery of those assets.     (1N1B)

The AI center at SRI International is looking for a highly creative Computer Scientist to join a team of researchers building evaluation driven knowledge based systems. We are seeking an individual with a strong background in knowledge representation, knowledge capture tools, and ontologies with a pragmatic and engineering-oriented outlook. For more details, please see: https://careers.sri.com/psp/ps/CAREERS/CAREERS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=100525&SiteId=2&PostingSeq=1     (1N3)

  • posted: 2010.01.11 - Assistant Professorship, Knowledge Organization, University at Buffalo (Buffalo, New York, USA.)     (1N4)
    • Knowledge Organization - The Department of Library and Information Studies in the Graduate School of Education (GSE/LIS) seeks a colleague who will join us in the quest of bringing people and information together to transform lives. Specifically we seek someone who brings an interdisciplinary perspective to advancing our understanding of the organization of knowledge in the mind and in information systems and how information flows from one to the other, an essential element in this quest.     (1N4A)
    • We take a broad view of knowledge organization and welcome candidates from any of the several disciplines that contribute to it.     (1N4B)
    • Opportunity to work with the Buffalo Ontology group and other groups across the campus.     (1N4C)
    • Assistant Professor. PhD required.     (1N4D)
    • Applications are accepted until the position is filled.     (1N4E)
    • Inquiries to Dagobert Soergel, Chair, Department of Library and Information Studies dsoergel@buffalo.edu 716-645-1474 O 703-585-2840 Cell www.dsoergel.com     (1N4H)

  • December 23, 2007: Two applied and theoretical Ontologist positions (doctoral or postgraduate) available immediately at the University of Bremen, Germany.     (1O1)
    • The positions will be associated with the Department of Applied Linguistics and Computational Linguistics and will work in close cooperation with the Ontology Group of the Transregional Collaborative Research Center ��Spatial Cognition�� (SFB/TR8). Responsibilities of the positions include the development and evaluation of formal ontologies and their application within a large EU-funded project for developing and integrating a broad range of services for ��young elderly�� and ��elderly�� people. The ontologies developed in the project must be formally defined and supportive of application in real-world systems. Successful candidates will need to carry out advanced research in ontological development and to interact with industrial partners for ontology application.     (1O1A)
    • Application deadline: until filled.     (1O1C)
  • May 21, 2007: I am looking for people interested in doing occasional contractual work in the domains of ontology research and information modelling, for our company based in Vienna, Austria. See Pensive web site for details). Location is not necessarily an issue as most of the work is undertaken by teleworking. See also Peter Brown for more information.     (1O4)
  • May 9, 2007: The World Bank, Information Quality Group is recruiting for a Data Architect. This is a Senior Information Officer position, local to Washington, DC, USA with a 2 year appointment term. See the World Bank job post for details. Application deadline: 2007.05.30 (input from Denise Bedford / 2007.05.17)     (1O5)
  • March 20, 2007: SAIC Ontology Engineer for Emergency Response Team in Sumerset, KY. Please see following link for     (1O6)

additional full job description and to apply: SAIC Job Descrption See following for additional background: BrandKNiemann/EmergencyReponseOntologyLinks - (closed)     (1O7)


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