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assessor

Any person who contributes to a trainee’s assessment in the workplace, providing feedback to the trainee and to the clinical supervisor and educational supervisor.

assessor

(ă-ses′ŏr) [L. assessor, assistant to a judge]
One who makes an appraisal of a patient's signs, symptoms, or status, or of the data of a research protocol.
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Scheid, president and regional tax assessor at Regional Resource Group, at the company headquarters in Leominster.
Consistent media attention to the ANDP/RCLCO research over the last ten months in local news outlets helped to raise public awareness, keep tax assessors accountable, and fuel legislative efforts at the Georgia General Assembly to close the gap between home prices and tax appraised values.
The growing coalition of organizations publicly expressing support for property tax assessor consolidation include: The Bureau of Governmental Research, The Public Affairs Research Council, The Council for a Better Louisiana, The World Trade Center, The Young Leadership Council, The Jefferson Business Council, The Northshore Business Council, Baton Rouge Area Council, The New Orleans Metropolitan Area Realtors, The New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, The New Orleans Business Council and The Louisiana Leadership Initiative.
This effort to use the judgments of local tax assessors is a followup of a study that attempted to isolate major factors that confound the negative impact of hazardous waste sites on property values.
In March 2002, the tax assessor scandal was the highlight at a hearing conducted by State Assemblyman Scott Stringer (D-Manhattan) in the Bar Building at which Stephen Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York, testified along with several city officials.
Bentley Systems, Incorporated (Exton, PA), today announced new and updated productivity tools for geoengineers, planners and tax assessors.
In February, 18 tax assessors were indicted for taking bribes in exchange for lower tax bills, a scheme that cost the city $40 million a year in lost revenues.
The updated maps are used as a tax tool and assessment guide for tax assessors visiting a property.
Marshall & Swift, a leading worldwide provider of residential and commercial cost data and estimating software for real estate appraisers, tax assessors, contractors and lenders, announces that the SwiftEstimator(TM) online property estimating application now includes SF residential estimating technology and commercial contents and inventory estimating capabilities.