substantive post

substantive post

A term of art used in the UK for a permanent post as a consultant,  which is offered to a candidate after a formal interview with representatives of the relevant Royal College, one or more members of the department, and others on the appointment committee.
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What to be of the confirmed government employees in Punjab who, on meeting the set criteria have been selected on higher posts, and are working on contract basis in public sector organizations at fixed salaries for years, while now, not being paid as per contract (from July1) and asked to be provided pay slips of their substantive post (on which they worked earlier) so that be paid the salary of their substantive post (of lower grade), working on higher post, merely because of having lien over their substantive post, despite the fact the post they held now a days is non-pensionable being purely contractual.
(Federation of Pakistan v Riaz Ali Khan, 1958) It is owing to such status of the employee that the law enjoins upon such employee to prove him worthy of being appointed on substantive post, and consequent upon such proof, he may be permitted to fill the permanent post substantively.
In response, a health board spokesman said steps were already being taken to provide a locum psychiatric consultant for Anglesey while an advertisement for a second substantive post is set to be published in the coming days.
They must have thought that she was up to returning to her substantive post as education correspondent.
My current role is as a seconded full-time convenor for the staff side at Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust, but my substantive post is in health visiting.
LAHORE -- The Supreme Court of Pakistan Lahore registry Thursday dismissed the Punjab Government writ against Assistant Superintendent Jail challenging his service rendered on substantive post of Educator on contract.
Tricia, who has been interim chief executive since September, after Simon Pleydell stepped down, will take up the substantive post on January 1.
"In the case of many who contributed to victory of the 2009 humanitarian campaign, their substantive post of Brigadiers have been confirmed and they are in addition given temporary appointments as Major Generals with the view to circumvent the Army regulations to hold them in their substantive position for the next three years and permanently promote them as Major Generals so that they may continue in the Army for an additional three years before retiring compulsorily."
Law division in its reply took the plea Abdul Hamid Awan would not stay on the substantive post and he would be reverted to grade-15 after AG would go.
'Mr Jones held, for a time, a temporary post of Director of Human Resources although his substantive post, which is the one he currently holds, is Assistant Director of Human Resources.
The Syngenta scheme meant that Jack was already a full-time employee but he was appointed to his first substantive post this year, becoming an Engineering Technician in one of Syngenta's newest and growing production plants at the Huddersfield site.