Wolters Kluwer is looking for a Search Scientist in Babylon, NY. According to the post, "Engineer will work to help develop search technology through text analysis and using advanced natural language processing and machine learning techniques. The primary focus is on processing unstructured data, such as tax accounting laws, and legal primary source material in a multi-lingual environment. Engineer should be familiar with supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques. Engineer should help to develops products that are quantitative in nature, have a deep understand of statistical analysis. Must have knowledge of Computational Linguistics: Syntax and Semantics, Regular Expressions, Natural Language Processing, Ontologies classification, clustering, sentiment analysis, information extraction, syntactic/dependency parsing, document retrieval/ranking, query interpretation."
The post continues, "Qualified candidates must have at least 10+ years experience in the field. In addition to: Natural language processing / Machine learning; Implementation Experience with Text Analysis; Practical and Applied Software engineering; Demonstrated Industry or industry-lab experience. Programming : Java, C/C++, .Net, C#. Database: NoSQL, GraphDB, or relational DB, XML, RDF. Masters or PhD degree in Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related. Strong development and research skills. Statistical and Mathematical background."