Tuesday, October 17, 2017

HCL Technologies hiring Bilingual Korean Query Analyst for position onsite at Google.

HCL Technologies is hiring a Bilingual Korean Query Analyst for a position working onsite at Google in Larimer. The posting, via Monster.com:
Bilingual Korean Query Analyst is a full time position through HCL America, Inc. onsite at Google Pittsburgh. You will work to enhance users’ online shopping experience by analyzing the user query stream, and improving Google user search results using highly technical internal tools and processes. It is part of a fast-paced environment, partnering closely with operations and engineering teams.
Responsibilities:
● Evaluate product attributes and fine-grained concepts mined from the query stream

● Analyze user search intent in online shopping

● Evaluating search results and making recommendations for improvement in accuracy of the results

● Analyzing and correcting synthetic (text-to-speech) phrases to make them more natural sounding


Requirements:
● A Bachelor’s degree preferred with a strong academic record.
● Strong computer and internet navigation skills and natural comfort with technology. Ability to learn technical processes quickly.
● Native English proficiency
● Near-native Korean bilingual proficiency for both listening and writing fluency (spoken fluency is not required)
● Experience with online shopping.

● Other attributes:
○ adaptable
○ organized
○ intellectual curiosity
○ excellent research skills
○ analytical and problem-solving skills
○ works well both independently and with teams
○ able to perform repetitive and detailed analytical work accurately and consistently
○ capable of delivering high-quality results on tight deadlines with minimum guidance

Additional skills but not required:
● Background in linguistics or other field involving speech analysis and information organization.


Does not require:
● Ability to program or develop software.

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