How to use Co-ordinator in a sentence

co-ordinator
  • The audition panel consisted of three company members plus Peter Westbury, the audition panel consisted of three company members plus Peter Westbury, the audition co-ordinator.

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  • Many changes have taken place over the years and coastguard co-ordinator centers of the 21st centaury have been transformed by new technology.

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  • The role of IT co-ordinator is shunned by staff with a Luddite tendency and often foisted onto an unwilling member.

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  • Persistent offenders or students wearing completely inappropriate clothing should be sent to the Year Co-ordinator who will decide on the next course of action.

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  • Several drivers were interested in this excellent deal, including outgoing FF1600 co-ordinator Steve Burns, but Darcy beat them all to it.

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  • Always fancied joining the carnival parade, why not contact Edinburgh Samba School dance co-ordinator Marie-Anne Syre for information on classes.

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  • Met my new line manager, my placement co-ordinator and Trust sponsor who are collectively responsible for taking care of trainees during placement co-ordinator and Trust sponsor who are collectively responsible for taking care of trainees during placements.

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  • Wedding Consultant Wedding by Design Ltd Creative wedding design consultant,wedding planner & co-ordinator.

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  • The Disability Co-ordinator follows a standardized protocol in processing a PIN form.

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  • Her teaching experience includes work as a key stage manager, mathematics co-ordinator and SENCo.

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  • Our co-ordinator is going strong despite surgery in June 2005.

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  • The Authority currently employs 3 fully qualified asbestos surveyors who report directly to the Asbestos Co-ordinator.

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  • Once you leave hospital, your transplant co-ordinator will be your main contact with your transplant co-ordinator will be your main contact with your transplant team.

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  • She has volunteered at numerous events including being the volunteer co-ordinator at Durham Sport Youth Games 2003.

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  • This co-ordinator might be a sessional youth Worker, a grant officer from a Community Foundation, a secondee or a trainee youth worker.

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  • They are supported by a network co-ordinator, and parents can access quality assured childcare at no extra cost.

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  • Ringmaster messages are passed either by phone or by e-mail at selected times for distribution to NHW members via the Co-ordinator and Street Contacts.

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  • Her teaching experience includes work as a Key Stage manager, mathematics co-ordinator and SENCo.

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  • In shed number 9, stunt co-ordinator Gary Powell is finding out what his new star can do.

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  • Have a word with me or mention to your surname co-ordinator that you 'd like to help in some way.

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  • Once you leave hospital, your transplant co-ordinator will be your main contact with your transplant team.

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  • George Moorey, Technical Co-ordinator of the WIRED project, looks at youth bands in a wider context.

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  • A co-ordinator post has now been funded by the local workforce development confederation (WDC) to address these problems.

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  • This co-ordinator might be a sessional Youth Worker, a grant officer from a Community Foundation, a secondee or a trainee youth worker.

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