What is supervisor?


A supervisor, foreperson, team leader, overseer, cell coach, facilitator, or area coordinator is a manager in a position of trust in business. The US Bureau of Census has four hundred titles under the supervisor classification.

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Samuel Arbuckle - Career
... community lead to his success in getting elected as county supervisor ... did not go unnoticed in the political circles, leading to his election as county supervisor ... Arbuckle was elected as county supervisor in 1852 and served for one one-year term ...
Mark Lesko - Biography
... In 2009, Lesko was the Democratic candidate for the open Brookhaven Town Supervisor position, which was vacated by Democrat Brian X ... The special election for town supervisor was held on March 31, 2009 and Lesko topped the sitting Councilman Mazzei with almost 55% of the vote ... Supervisor Lesko beat Martin Haley in the general election on November 3, 2009, receiving 56% of the vote ...
Allegany County Sheriff's Office (Maryland) - Administration
... Lieutenant David Morgan Judical Operations Supervisor Lieutenant Randy Cutter Patrol Operations/Shift Supervisor Lieutenant Warren Carter Patrol Administrator/Shift Supervisor Sergeant ...
Supervisor - Gaffer
... The term is also sometimes used colloquially to refer to an old man, an elderly rustic ... The word is probably a shortening of "godfather", with "ga" from association with "grandfather" ...
Supervisor (role Variant)
... The Supervisor Guardian is one of the 16 role variants of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a self-assessed personality questionnaire designed to help ... David Keirsey originally described the Supervisor role variant however, a brief summary of the personality types described by Isabel Myers contributed to its development ... Supervisors correlate with the ESTJ Myers-Briggs type ...

More definitions of "supervisor":

  • (noun): One who supervises or has charge and direction of.

Famous quotes containing the word supervisor:

    We work harder than ever, and I cannot see the advantages in cooperative living.
    Lydia Arnold, U.S. commune supervisor (of the North American Phalanx, Red Bank, New Jersey, 1843- 1855)