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Interested in learning more about IBM? Check out the IBM Global Careers newsletter.Job Title: TerminologistMain Responsibilities include:
The terminology group helps product developers, writers, and translators use the correct terminology in IBM products and materials. The group currently has an open position for a junior terminologist. Regular tasks include creating and updating terminological entries in a multilingual terminology database, and identifying terms from an automatically extracted corpus that are relevant to translators. The position includes the following additional responsibilities:
• Researching and defining new terms
• Using a terminology management system to create, update, or streamline definitions, and add other metadata such as parts of speech, grammatical information, and context sentences
• Using sound terminological principles, establish relationships between synonyms and other related concepts
• Importing new terminology into the database and exporting existing terminology into various forms of output including glossaries and bilingual dictionaries
• Working with writers and translators worldwide to establish a controlled vocabulary
• Excellent command of English with excellent writing and communication skills
• Education program: Linguistics, Terminology, Semiotics, or Translation degree
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