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coordinator

A device used on a pair of exit doors to ensure that the inactive leaf is permitted to close before the active leaf; required on a door having an overlapping astragal.
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A parenting coordinator shall not accept the role of parenting coordinator if there has been a prior personal, professional or business relationship with the parties or their family members.
More recently, Sequent Systems is also servicing the single-family home sale market with their latest real estate transaction management tool, EZ Coordinator.
Recycling coordinators spend time on the computer or the telephone arranging to sell commodities, such as paper or aluminum, to brokers and firms.
A general coordinator can retain his position for two consecutive one-year terms, like Abdel Wahab El-Messiri who passed away during his second term," he said.
James O'Barr became the Coordinator for the Northeast Region in 2002 after serving for 13 years as the first Director of Migrant Health for Hudson River Health-Care in the Hudson Valley of New York.
The secondary coach was his brother, loyal to the head coach and the previous defensive coordinator, but not to me.
Never publicize the full (first and last) name of a military child at your camp without the prior permission of the family readiness coordinator.
Getting people into the facility for open houses and tours and creating name recognition in the community are marketing and sales aspects of the job, but the admissionsd coordinator also needs to have the background to handle the community referrals and counseling aligned with the social work portion of the job description.
When the lab manager returns to the lab from the Command Center, the lab coordinator gives her one sheet containing all necessary disaster preparedness/planning information.
As one coordinator said of leaders in her rural community,
At our facility, the IDT consists of a physical/occupational (PT/OT) therapist, nurse, social worker, dietitian, activity coordinator, speech therapist, and respiratory therapist.
Because the parenting coordinator bears tremendous responsibility for making shared parental responsibility work, he or she must be well trained in child development and what constitutes an appropriate visitation schedule.

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