control supervisor

control supervisor

[kən′trōl ¦sü·pər‚vī·zər]
(computer science)
The computer software which controls the processing of the system.
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But, far from what we see in films, air traffic control supervisor Marc Hill and his team are quiet, calm and collected.
Mohammad Ayub, Fire Control Supervisor of the Emergency and Disaster Management Directorate, CDA was the Chief Guest on the occasion, who was conferred the Pride of Performance by the President of Pakistan on March 23, 2015 in regard with his best services.
Mohammed started his career in Alba as a process control shift operator in 1996 and in 2002 was promoted to process control supervisor.
Khalil Ebrahim Mohammed started his career in Alba as a process control shift operator in 1996 and in 2002, was promoted to process control supervisor.
Karen Watson is now the inventory control supervisor at Davidson's.
Jean later worked for the Ray-O-Vac Company and ultimately retired as a quality control supervisor for LFE, Inc.
Vanessa Mor, a Californian Lice control supervisor, said: "That makes a lot of sense.
Lisa Hill, Reggie Love, Earl Boswell, and Stock Control Supervisor Jay Racadio were recognized for his/her "dedication and initiative in embracing Navy ERP and has made great strides in learning and effectively utilizing the new system of record
Before becoming an air traffic control supervisor in 2007, Al Beloushi was a police officer.
Her work experience dated back to when she was in her 20s and she worked her way up to being a quality control supervisor.
Pest control supervisor Steven Bragg revealed hungry rodents were even sneaking through cat flaps to steal kitty's dinner.
Sheila Mitchell, 39, a quality control supervisor in the sausage department, said the mood in the plant was calmer following the previous day's announcement.