Every LDC team member must have, or quickly acquire, knowledge and experience in linguistics, computing and project management as well as the intellectual courage to progress despite uncertainty and the flexibility to adapt to rapidly evolving fields.
Given the enormous demand for language related data and tools and speed of the technology market, LDC work is exceptionally rewarding for team members with the right skills and disposition. Human Language Technology developers quickly absorb LDC corpora to build new technical capabilities.
Visit Jobs @ Penn to learn more about open full-time positions at the Consortium.
Use these tips to navigate Penn’s employment site:
- LDC’s Penn ‘Org’ identifier is 00228, which can be selected from the Org dropdown menu
- LDC is part of Penn’s School of Arts and Sciences, so LDC jobs may be searched by selecting SAS from the School/Center dropdown menu
LDC frequently has a range of open part-time positions which include work-study positions for Penn students.
For information about work study jobs in particular, see Penn’s Student Employment website.