job holder

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Junor's study of higher education notes the increasing reliance on sessional teaching and the prevalence within this work of several distinct types of multiple job holders--from the outside industry expert, who has a full-time job outside the education sector, to the multiple part-time and (or) casual job holder, who patches together different positions across courses or faculties or universities (2004, p.
The job holder will receive all necessary equipment, including passports, special watches, jet packs, mini-submarines and a Walther PPK.
This definition is based on qualifications, but these have multiple meanings, coalescing job requirements and job holder attributes.
Some job titles, for example fireman, secretary, can contribute to assumptions about the gender of the job holder and about the nature and value of work.
Reporting to the Director, Project & Export Development Finance, the job holder is expected to participate in drawing up annual business development plans in trade related project finance transactions and export development and to assist in implementing them accordingly.
The definition of the variables and their magnitude both for single and dual job holder are given in Table I.
The job holder would be responsible for the building and maintenance of house business.
Indeed in many circumstances the job holder is paid more than the elected politician who placed him or her there.
Apart from giving the job holder and immediate line manager a clear overall view of the post, the human resources department can use the descriptions in the selection and recruitment process to match the skills, experience and competencies required in the job with those of the job applicants.
Weed, notes, "Job horror is in the eye of the job holder.
Courses can be assigned with automatic notification to any job holder, and refresher courses scheduled automatically according to available resources.