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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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Do we really want police chiefs and tax assessors deciding what's religious and what isn't?
The problem is that there is a critical shortage of professional tax assessors throughout New England, especially in Massachusetts," he said.
Arnold's father and Heaton's brother are New Orleans property tax assessors.
Local tax assessors are in a unique position to make an initial screening; that is, they are the professional group most capable of judging the importance of the factor of hazardous waste compared with the factors of taxes, community services, the business climate, and other characteristics that affect property values, transactions, and land uses.
In short, the tax assessor, who is empowered by law for administering personal property taxation should meet these responsibilities with common-law employees so that the confidence and trust of the public can be maintained.
Donald Trump has added a new wrinkle to the city tax assessor scandal by filing a $500 million lawsuit against the city, alleging that Trump World Tower was taxed at an unfairly high rate to compensate for buildings that received lowball assessments.
We don't think we have the dirtiest air,'' said Paul Bettencourt, the Harris County tax assessor in Houston, who led the latest study.
Holloway, owner of Valley Realty, prepared the study for the Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance's ``Industry Roundtable'' report, searching Los Angeles and Kern county tax assessor records to identify sales activity for single-family homes.
Several months ago, the tax assessor scandal placed hundreds.
Records from the Los Angeles County tax assessor show that the 4,744-square-foot hall is several years delinquent on its property taxes.
The suit requests the court reverse the actions of the tax assessor and grant full tax-exempt status to the property.
Looper, the controversial Putnam County tax assessor who is under indictment on charges of theft and misuse of office and is the defendant in a paternity suit, was arrested about 1:15 a.