Software Engineer
Language Computer Corporation - Richardson, TX

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If you want a job where you get paid to think about some of the latest and most important problems facing the Computer Science field, this job posting should interest you.

We are looking for bright software engineers to join us in developing artificial intelligence systems which understand the meaning of English and foreign language text. Successful candidates will work with an award-winning team of researchers and engineers to improve existing products as well as develop brand new technologies.


  • Strong software development skills
  • Working knowledge of Java and Linux or an interest to learn
  • U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Resident

Desirable Qualities:

  • Previous exposure to Natural language processing (NLP), linguistics, artificial intelligence (AI), and/or speech processing experience
  • Experience with machine-learning or data-mining technologies and techniques
  • Strong math and statistics skills
  • Industry R&D experience
  • Experience with non-traditional databases and "big data" processing (e.g., NoSQL, Lucene, Hadoop)
  • Other programming languages: C/C++, Python, Scala, Clojure, Matlab/Octave
  • Source code management (e.g. SVN, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar)
  • Web application experience
  • Experience with multi-threaded / distributed applications
  • Understanding of design concerns such as abstraction, modularization, coupling, and maintainability
  • Talent for writing time- and memory-sensitive code

Additional Information:

  • Salary: Commensurate with industry experience
  • Position Type: Full-Time Employee

Language Computer Corporation (LCC) is a privately-owned company committed to the development of next-generation natural language processing technologies. Since 1995, we've provided both government and commercial customers with intelligent, semantically-informed search and discovery software. These tools unlock value by actually understanding the information stored in large collections of text.