Chief Officer

A chief officer can refer to any of various leaders:

In the military, it can refer to certain non-commissioned members:

  • Chief Petty Officer
  • Chief Warrant Officer

Marine occupation:

  • Chief Mate

In business, it can refer to any of numerous corporate titles, including:

  • Chief executive officer
  • Chief operating officer
  • Chief information officer
  • Chief technical officer
  • Chief accounting officer
  • Chief administrative officer
  • Chief analytics officer
  • Chief channel officer
  • Chief compliance officer
  • Chief communications officer
  • Chief Customer Officer
  • Chief data officer
  • Chief financial officer
  • Chief governance officer
  • Chief information security officer
  • Chief knowledge officer
  • Chief learning officer
  • Chief legal officer
  • Chief marketing officer
  • Chief networking officer
  • Chief process officer
  • Chief procurement officer
  • Chief risk officer
  • Chief science officer
  • Chief strategy officer
  • Chief sustainability officer
  • Chief visionary officer

In education:

  • Chief Academic Officer
  • Chief Advancement Officer
  • Chief Business Officer

In government:

  • Chief Dental Officer (disambiguation)
  • Chief District Officer
  • Chief Electoral Officer (disambiguation)
  • Chief Fire Officer
  • Chief Firearms Officer
  • Chief Medical Officer (disambiguation)
  • Chief police officer
  • Chief Veterinary Officer

Other articles related to "officers, chief officer, officer, chief":

South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service - Organization
... The board is responsible for appointing officers, including the Chief Officer and Deputy Chief Officer, approving finances and the budget, and establishing policy ... As of 2013, the SCBCTAPS force had 167 sworn officers ... The most senior officer is Neil Dubord, Chief Officer of the SCBCTAPS ...
Seafarer's Professions And Ranks - Modern Ship's Complement - Deck Department - Deck Cadet
... A Deck cadet is an officer under training in much the same way as in a military context ... A cadet reports to the Chief Officer ... is to observe and learn, while helping out where possible, mostly the Chief Officer ...
Metropolitan Special Constabulary - Leadership
... with gradings as follows Special Constable Special Sergeant (previously Sub Divisional Officer (SDO)) Special Inspector (previously Divisional Officer (DO) or Borough Divisional Officer (BDO ... was Lorraine Woolley who prior to becoming the Chief Officer was also a Deputy Chief Officer ...
Seafarer's Professions And Ranks - Modern Ship's Complement - Deck Department - Chief Officer/chief Mate
... The chief officer/first mate (often called the chief mate in the United States) is the head of the deck department on a merchant vessel, second-in-command after the ship's master ... The chief mate's primary responsibilities are the vessel's cargo operations, its stability, and supervising the deck crew ... The chief mate typically stands the 4-8 navigation watch ...

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