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consultant

a. a senior physician, esp a specialist, who is asked to confirm a diagnosis or treatment or to provide an opinion
b. a physician or surgeon holding the highest appointment in a particular branch of medicine or surgery in a hospital
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Consultant

A specialist who is consulted on building design and engineering; restoration and preservation specialists are types of consultants.
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consultant

An individual or organization engaged by the owner or the architect to render professional consulting services complementing or supplementing the architect’s services.
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consultant

(job)
A person who facilitates organisational change and/or provides subject matter expertise on technical, functional and business topics during development or implementation. Consultants perform business requirements analysis, recommends selection of packaged software, develop proposals for consulting services and manage implementation projects at client sites. They provides expert knowledge of products such as SAP R/3, PeopleSoft, HRMS/Financials, and SmartStream.
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consultant

An individual who acts as an advisor to users or to the technical staff. Consultants are available from third-party organizations for all aspects of the computer industry, including electronic circuit design, information systems analysis and software development. In a business environment, consultants may be used to create the functional specifications from which vendors can respond. The title of consultant is also given to internal specialists. See job descriptions and salary survey.
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In 1965 Raoul decided to go into private practice, and worked with Bill Schulze while keeping part-time consultantships at Groote Schuur, Somerset and Conradie hospitals.
Weiner says he's begun having what he calls "consultantships"--where experienced writers can come in, bring fresh eyes to a story, and mentor some of the younger writers.
Through its consultantships and field expeditions, the survey provided important research opportunities for many American geologists.

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