personnel officer

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personnel officer

personnel officer

Officer Personnel Act

Officer Personnel Act

COUSINS, David (born 1942), Air Member for Personnel, and Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Personnel and Training Command, 1995–98

MAY, John Anthony Gerard (born 1941), Air Officer Training and Air Officer Commanding Training Group, Headquarters Personnel and Training Command, and Chief Executive, Training Group Defence Agency, 1994–97

SHARP, Richard (Lyall) (1915 - 2002), Ceremonial Officer, Management and Personnel Office (formerly Civil Service Department), 1977–82

DICKENS, James McCulloch York (1931 - 2013), Chief Personnel Officer, Agricultural and Food Research Council, 1983–91

JACKSON, Daphne Diana (born 1933), Assistant Personnel Officer, City Engineer’s Department, City of Birmingham, 1986–93

FRANKLIN, Gordon Herbert (1933 - 2014), a Serjeant-at-Arms to HM the Queen, 1990–93; Personnel Officer, Royal Household, 1988–93

IRONMONGER, (Charles) Ronald (1914 - 1984), Personnel Officer, GEC Traction Ltd (formerly AEI) Attercliffe, 1966–79, retired

HUMPHREY, William Gerald (1904 - 1995), Assistant Secretary, University of Cambridge Appointments Board, 1962–72; Group Personnel Officer, Fisons Ltd, 1958–62

WILSON, (Ronald) Andrew (Fellowes) (born 1941), Air Member for Personnel and Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Personnel and Training Command, 1993–95; Air Aide-de-Camp to the Queen, 1993–95

ANNAND, Richard Wallace (1914 - 2004), DL; Personnel Officer at Finchale Abbey Training Centre for the Disabled, near Durham, 1948–79; late Captain Durham Light Infantry (RARO)

Waiting for Dead Men's Shoes: Origins and Development of the U.S. Navy's Officer Personnel System, 1793–1941. By Donald Chisholm. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001. xx, 883 pp. $125.00, ISBN 0-8047-3525-5.)


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Is a common job description for a lower-grade personnel manager involved in largely routine administration of personnel management systems and procedures. [See clerk of works model.]

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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