[open-linguistics] Open position: University of Tübingen

Thorsten Trippel thorsten.trippel at uni-tuebingen.de
Fri Feb 8 13:19:40 UTC 2019

The establishment of national and European research data infrastructures 
for Digital Humanities is an important focus of research at the Division 
of Computational Linguistics at the University of Tübingen (see 
www.clarin-d.net). To support ongoing research projects in the field of 
data modeling and research data management, we are looking for

two Researchers 100% E 13 TV-L initially until 2021, 31st March.


Position 1

-    Design and development of processes and tools in the field of 
research data management, language processing tools, search and access 
-    Collaborative research in a team of computational and theoretical 

-    Completed M.Sc./M.A. or a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computational 
Linguistics, or a related field, preferably in the philologies, 
linguistics or other fields of the digital humanities
-    Experience with the development and operation of web services
-    Programming experience in an object-oriented language, preferably Java
-    Language skills in English (fluent)


Position 2


-    Development and maintenance fo metadata schemata and metadata 
instances according to ISO 24622-1 and -2 (CMDI)
-    Further development of tools, procedures and processes for research 
driven data management in the humanities
-    Development of concepts and methods to support researchers in the 
humanities in data management

-    Completed M.Sc./M.A. or a Ph.D. in the humanities, preferably in 
the philologies, linguistics or other fields of the digital humanities
-    competence in text-technological concepts, especially XML 
(-technologies), JSON, SQL or similar
-    experience in data modeling
-    Language skills: German and English

Additional skills are preferred
-    Experiences with metadata schemas, preferably according to ISO 
24622-1 and -2 (CMDI)
-    Unix
-    programming skills, preferably in Java

We offer
-    Possibility for further scientific qualification
-    A team of experts working in the field of humanities research data 
-    The option to work part-time
-    A state-of-the-art computing environment


Please send us your application until March, 31 st, 2019 to:

acl-jobs at sfs.uni-tuebingen.de

The University of Tübingen is an equal opportunity employer and 
encourages qualified female scientists to apply. Preference will be 
given to applicants with disabilities when qualifications are equivalent.

All contractual affairs will be handled by Central Administration.

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