replacement post

replacement post

A term which, as used in the UK, refers to a post (job) which is currently vacant because the previous post-holder retired or moved to another acute hospital trust.
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A UWTSD spokesman said: "The advertised role for a director of marketing and communications is a replacement post.
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"In addition, I'll be writing to RBS to ask them to consider what contingency plans they can put in place in order to support the community should no replacement Post Office be found.
And now 14 years on from his appointment, it could happen again as the WRU ponder Warren Gatland's replacement post 2019 Rugby World Cup.
customers will receive a replacement Post Shield free of charge when they send the company a picture of their broken product.
But in a letter to Coun Alden, Postwatch claim Harborne Lane is "a very valid location" for a replacement post box.
With no sign of a replacement Post Office, local Liberal Democrats have launched a campaign to ensure Roseberry gets a post office again.
It's blindingly obvious to them that despite what post office bosses say, the service will get poorer and the queues longer when the replacement post office is set up in WH Smith.
There are no immediate prospects for a replacement post office, making the only other city centre facilities available at India Buildings in Water Street, at St John's Precinct or in Leece Street.
But an UWTSD spokeswoman said it was a replacement post "to lead on the development and delivery of an integrated marketing and communications strategy to strengthen the university's student recruitment activity".
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