consultant


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one who advises another, especially officially or professionally

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Professional farm managers and consultants spend countless hours remaining current so they can provide value added services to their clients.
In this situation, the consultant has agreed to provide a certain number of hours of work toward accomplishing a certain goal.
And the blame, Klein feels, lies with the rise of political consultants.
One avenue for DOTs to have access to experienced personnel is to hire consultants who have career construction experts on staff, some of whom are former senior DOT practitioners.
Not surprisingly, search consultants unanimously agree that board members are risk averse.
We expect the consultant to talk to people like Ford and anybody else in the business that's relevant," says Therriault, which will likely include discussions with Canadian National Railway (CN).
A multi-systemic focus will assist the consultant in understanding, evaluating, and intervening at the various systems, ranging from the individual student, school, and family, to focusing on social, economic, legal, political, and educational factors.
Should the consultant not produce to Hillsborough's satisfaction within the prescribed period, it will reimburse the school district for the entire value of the project.
Make sure the consultant you choose is qualified and will be able to complete the project.
In 1999, after consulting with a few local NeighborCare pharmacists in South Carolina, an education program was developed to train skilled consultant pharmacists in pharmacotherapy recommendations and core competency development.
Zinn: How has the role of the consultant, or senior care, pharmacist in nursing homes changed in the past few years, as a result of changes in the long-term care industry as a whole?
Anne Lafortune, East Regional Consultant (Nepean), Ministry of Citizenship, Toronto.
According to the report, one consultant, who initially lacked a real estate broker license, billed the district nearly $1 million for work he did over a two-year period - a compensation level that is double the salary of LAUSD Superintendent Roy Romer, who makes $250,000 a year.
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