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  • job description of a special education teacher

    an education specialist who aids and instructs students with special physical or mental

  • job description of a tax advisor

    an accounting professional with specialized knowledge of tax

  • job description of a technical writer

    a communications specialist responsible for making complex subjects easier to understand, often through the creation of instructional manuals, how-to guides, and

  • job description of a television advertising salesperson

    a marketing specialist who sells or solicits commercial airtime on television for products and

  • job description of a television meteorologist

    an expert in meteorology who broadcasts weather forecasts on

  • job description of a television producer

    a broadcast specialist who supervises the production of television

  • job description of a television reporter

    a kind of journalist who researches, writes, and reports on current events and news for a TV

  • job description of a television sports director

    a broadcast specialist who manages and monitors broadcasts and commercials related to televised sporting

  • job description of a theatre performer

    a performing artist who sings or acts to portray a character on

  • job description of a university president

    an education professional who serves as chief executive and administrative officer of a university, responsible for all aspects of the

  • job description of a venture capitalist

    a financial specialist who provides, in exchange for an equity share (partial ownership) of the venture, the investment funds for start-up, new, or growing

  • job description of a videographer

    a media specialist who captures an experience with a video camera and often later edits and produces the

  • job description of a wealth advisor

    a financial specialist who offers investment management and estate

  • job description of a zookeeper

    an animal expert who maintains and cares for animals in a

  • job description of an academic librarian

    a library specialist attached to an institution of higher learning who typically works to secure the resources needed to support the school’s curriculum as well as its resident scholars and

  • job description of an accountant

    a financial professional who prepares, analyzes, and interprets financial records for corporations, organizations, and

  • job description of an actor

    a performing artist working onstage or on television or in motion

  • job description of an addiction counselor

    a mental health specialist who helps patients cope with and overcome

  • job description of an admissions counselor

    an education professional responsible for recruiting new students to a school, promoting the school to prospective students, and assisting students with admissions

  • job description of an alumni director

    a person responsible for cultivating positive relations between a school and its graduates by maintaining up-to-date contact information for them and by planning special events and annual programs, mainly for the purpose of soliciting short- and long-term financial support for the

  • job description of an ambassador

    a diplomatic agent of the highest rank assigned to a foreign government as the official resident representative of his or her

  • job description of an animal control specialist

    a community-service professional responsible for enforcing animal-related laws, including the humane capture and removal of dangerous pets and wildlife and the investigation of cases of possible animal

  • job description of an animator

    a graphic artist who, through drawing skills and specialized technology, produces images that appear to come to life, especially in films, television shows, and video

  • job description of an architect

    a design specialist who envisions, designs, and oversees the construction of buildings and

  • job description of an art gallery owner

    an expert in the business of exhibiting and selling

  • job description of an auditor

    a financial professional who examines an institution’s financial documents to ensure accuracy and compliance with requisite

  • job description of an elementary school teacher

    a person who educates young children in the fundamentals of reading, writing, and arithmetic and who teaches basic social

  • job description of an emergency management training officer

    a community specialist who oversees emergency response centres and training protocols and organizes training exercises, seminars, and drills for emergency operations staff and first

  • job description of an endodontist

    a dental specialist with advanced training for diagnosing and treating issues related to the interior of the

  • Job description of an English as a second language (ESL) teacher

    an education specialist who provides lessons and training to students who are learning English as a second language

  • job description of an entertainment reporter

    a kind of journalist specializing in the entertainment industry who covers film, television, and pop culture in

  • job description of an epidemiologist

    a medical specialist who studies the pattern, frequency, control, causes, and effects of diseases among

  • job description of an esthetician

    a skin care professional in the cosmetology field who performs such services as facial cleansings, exfoliations, waxing, laser treatments, and chemical

  • job description of an industrial designer

    a design specialist concerned with the appearance and usability of three-dimensional machine-made

  • job description of an inspector general

    an official who serves as a watchdog of official operations, often investigating possible instances of fraud, waste, and abuse in governmental or military

  • job description of an insurance agent

    a business professional who sells home, life, automobile, and health insurance to individuals or

  • job description of an insurance underwriter

    a business specialist responsible for evaluating insurance policies, approving or rejecting applicants, and discerning the terms of the

  • job description of an interior designer

    a design specialist involved with the decorating and layout of interior

  • job description of an investment banker

    a financial specialist who advises private and public corporations and governments in raising capital, managing risks, and facilitating mergers and

  • job description of clothing designer

    artisan who specializes in designing and producing clothing, footwear, and

  • job description of marketing manager

    a business specialist who generates public interest in products, identifies new markets, and develops pricing

  • job evaluation (labour economics)

    labour economics: Job evaluation: This term covers a range of procedures used to develop and maintain a consistent internal pay structure that is acceptable to the work force. Ranking methods use surveys of the work force’s preconceptions of fairness to arrive at a comprehensive pay structure. Analytic…

  • Job Market Signaling (work by Spence)

    A. Michael Spence: …his 1973 seminal paper “Job Market Signaling,” Spence demonstrated how a college degree signals a job seeker’s intelligence and ability to a prospective employer. Other examples of signaling included corporations giving large dividends to demonstrate profitability and manufacturers issuing guarantees to convey the high quality of a product.

  • job order costing (accounting)

    accounting: Cost finding: A second method, job-order costing, is used when individual production centres or departments work on a variety of products rather than just one during a typical time period. Two categories of factory cost are recognized under this method: prime costs and factory overhead costs. Prime costs are those…

  • Job Retention Project

    9to5, National Association of Working Women: …educational efforts, 9to5 established the Job Retention Project in 1987 to assist office workers in developing time-management, goal-setting, and problem-solving skills. In addition, the organization publishes fact sheets, newsletters, and books, such as The Job/Family Challenge: A 9to5 Guide (1995), by Ellen Bravo, that keep workers abreast of current issues.…

  • job scheduling (computing)

    computer science: Operating systems: , handling sequences of jobs that are compiled and executed one at a time without intervention by the user. Accompanying each job in a batch were instructions to the operating system (OS) detailing the resources needed by the job, such as the amount of CPU time required, the files…

  • job shop (industrial engineering)

    tool and die making: …machine shop was called a job shop, which meant that it had no product of its own but served large industrial facilities by fabricating tooling, machines, and machinepart replacements. Eventually, some machine shops began to specialize in tooling to the exclusion of other work.

  • job training (business)

    Employee training, vocational instruction for employed persons. During and after World War II, in-service training by employers became a common practice. The rapid changeover in industry from peace to war led to training schemes for semiskilled workers, for workers transferred to new jobs, and for

  • Job’s tears (plant)

    Job’s tears, (Coix lacryma-jobi), cereal grass of the family Poaceae, native to tropical Asia. Job’s tears receives its name from the hard shiny tear-shaped structures that enclose the seed kernels; those beadlike pseudocarps are sometimes used for jewelry and rosaries. Forms of the plant are

  • Job, Saint (Russian Orthodox patriarch)

    Saint Job, ; canonized Oct. 9, 1989), first Russian Orthodox patriarch of Moscow (1589–1605). Until Job’s election, the head of the Russian church had held the title metropolitan of Moscow and was, at least nominally, subordinate to the patriarch of Constantinople. Moscow, however, was eager to

  • Job, The Book of (Old Testament)

    The Book of Job, book of Hebrew scripture that is often counted among the masterpieces of world literature. It is found in the third section of the biblical canon known as the Ketuvim (“Writings”). The book’s theme is the eternal problem of unmerited suffering, and it is named after its central

  • jobber (business)

    marketing: Wholesalers: …into one of three groups: merchant wholesalers, brokers and agents, and manufacturers’ and retailers’ branches and offices.

  • jobber (London Stock Exchange)

    security: Brokers and jobbers: Trading on the London Stock Exchange is carried on through a unique system of brokers and jobbers. A broker acts as an agent for his customers; a jobber, or dealer, transacts business on the floor of the exchange but does not deal with the…

  • Jobbik (political party, Hungary)

    Viktor Orbán: The right-wing Jobbik party, which had tacked to the centre for the election, finished second with 26 seats. The Socialist-led leftist coalition took 20 seats. Voters cast one ballot for a list of national candidates to fill 93 seats and another to elect 106 local representatives. There…

  • Jobe, Frank Wilson (American orthopedic surgeon)

    Frank Wilson Jobe, American orthopedic surgeon (born July 16, 1925, Greensboro, N.C.—died March 6, 2014, Santa Monica, Calif.), was dubbed the “godfather of sports medicine” for having devised pioneering surgical procedures, notably for the elbow and the shoulder, that were instrumental in treating

  • Jobim, Ant?nio Carlos (Brazilian songwriter, composer, and arranger)

    Ant?nio Carlos Jobim, Brazilian songwriter, composer, and arranger who transformed the extroverted rhythms of the Brazilian samba into an intimate music, the bossa nova (“new trend”), which became internationally popular in the 1960s. “Tom” Jobim—as he was popularly known—first began playing piano

  • Jobim, Tom (Brazilian songwriter, composer, and arranger)

    Ant?nio Carlos Jobim, Brazilian songwriter, composer, and arranger who transformed the extroverted rhythms of the Brazilian samba into an intimate music, the bossa nova (“new trend”), which became internationally popular in the 1960s. “Tom” Jobim—as he was popularly known—first began playing piano

  • Jobs, Steve (American businessman)

    Steve Jobs, cofounder of Apple Computer, Inc. (now Apple Inc.), and a charismatic pioneer of the personal computer era. Jobs was raised by adoptive parents in Cupertino, California, located in what is now known as Silicon Valley. Though he was interested in engineering, his passions of youth

  • Jobs, Steven Paul (American businessman)

    Steve Jobs, cofounder of Apple Computer, Inc. (now Apple Inc.), and a charismatic pioneer of the personal computer era. Jobs was raised by adoptive parents in Cupertino, California, located in what is now known as Silicon Valley. Though he was interested in engineering, his passions of youth

  • Jobson, Eddie (British musician)

    Roxy Music: …1951, Jarrow, Northumberland), and keyboardist Eddie Jobson (b. April 28, 1955, Billingham, Durham).

  • Jobst (king of Germany)

    Jobst, margrave of Moravia and Brandenburg and for 15 weeks German king (1410–11), who, by his political and military machinations in east-central Europe, played a powerful role in the political life of Germany. A member of the Luxembourg dynasty, Jobst was a nephew of the Holy Roman emperor

  • Jocasta (play by Gascoigne)

    George Gascoigne: Gascoigne’s Jocasta (performed in 1566) constituted the first Greek tragedy to be presented on the English stage. Translated into blank verse, with the collaboration of Francis Kinwelmersh, from Lodovico Dolce’s Giocasta, the work derives ultimately from Euripides’ Phoenissae. In comedy, Gascoigne’s Supposes (1566?), a prose translation…

  • Jocasta (Greek mythology)

    Martha Graham: Maturity: …about the Greek legendary figure Jocasta, the whole dance-drama takes place in the instant when Jocasta learns that she has mated with Oedipus, her own son, and has borne him children. The work treats Jocasta rather than Oedipus as the tragic victim, and shows her reliving the events of her…

  • Jocay (Ecuador)

    Manta, port city, western Ecuador, on Manta Bay. Originally known as Jocay (“Golden Doors”), it was inhabited by 3000 bce and was a Manta Indian capital by 1200 ce. Under Spanish rule it was renamed Manta and was reorganized by the conquistador Francisco Pancheco in 1535. In 1565 families from

  • Jocelyn (poem by Lamartine)

    Alphonse de Lamartine: Political career: …it appeared in 1836 as Jocelyn. It is the story of a young man who intended to take up the religious life but instead, when cast out of the seminary by the Revolution, falls in love with a young girl; recalled to the order by his dying bishop, he renounces…

  • Jochelson, Vladimir Ilich (Russian ethnologist)

    Vladimir Ilich Jochelson, Russian ethnographer and linguist noted for his studies of Siberian peoples. Jochelson began his research while in exile in the Kamchatka region of eastern Siberia because of his activities with the revolutionary Narodnaya Volya (“People’s Will”) organization. He took part

  • J?cher, Christian Gottlieb (German scholar)

    encyclopaedia: Biography: …Scholarly Lexicon”) was compiled by Christian Gottlieb J?cher, a German biographer, and issued by Gleditsch, the publisher of both Hübner and Marperger’s work and the opponent of Zedler’s encyclopaedia. J?cher’s work was continued by the German philologist Johann Cristoph Adelung and others and is still of value today. The field…

  • J?chi (Mongol prince)

    J?chi, Mongol prince, the eldest of Genghis Khan’s four sons and, until the final years of his life, a participant in his father’s military campaigns. J?chi, like his brothers, received his own ulus (vassal kingdom to command), a yurt (a domain for his ulus), and an inju (personal domains to s

  • Jōchō (Japanese sculptor)

    Jōchō, great Japanese Buddhist sculptor who developed and perfected so-called kiyosehō, or joined-wood techniques. The son (or pupil) of a famous sculptor, Kōshō, Jōchō chiefly worked for Fujiwara Michinaga, de facto ruler of Japan at that time, and his clan. In 1022 he was awarded the Buddhist

  • Jochum, Eugen (German conductor)

    Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra: …Bavarian state radio station, conductor Eugen Jochum organized the performing group in 1949, trained it to become a major orchestra, and took it to perform at the prestigious Edinburgh International Festival in 1957. Jochum continued to conduct the orchestra until 1960. In 1961 Raphael Kubelik became the orchestra’s second chief…

  • Jochumsson, Matthías (Icelandic author)

    Matthías Jochumsson, Icelandic poet, translator, journalist, dramatist, and editor whose versatility, intellectual integrity, and rich humanity established him as a national figure. The son of a poor farmer, Jochumsson at age 30 was ordained by the Lutheran theological college in Reykjavík and

  • Jocists (Roman Catholic organization)

    Young Christian Workers, Roman Catholic movement begun in Belgium in 1912 by Father (later Cardinal) Joseph Cardijn; it attempts to train workers to evangelize and to help them adjust to the work atmosphere in offices and factories. Organized on a national basis in 1925, Cardijn’s groups were

  • jockey (athlete)

    horse racing: Open field racing: …identified riders (in England called jockeys—if professional—from the second half of the 17th century and later in French racing), but their names were not at first officially recorded. Only the names of winning trainers and riders were at first recorded in the Racing Calendar, but by the late 1850s all…

  • Jockey Club (club, New York City, New York, United States)

    horse racing: Jockey clubs and racing authorities: The (North American) Jockey Club, founded in 1894 in New York, at one time exercised wide but not complete control of American racing. It maintains The American Stud Book.

  • jockey club (horse-racing organization)

    Jockey club, organization involved with or regulating horse-racing activities, often on a national level. The Jockey Club of Britain is the oldest such club. It reigned as the supreme authority in control of horse racing and breeding in Britain from 1750 until 2006, when regulatory power shifted to

  • Jockey Club de Paris (French horse racing organization)

    jockey club: …conference is hosted by the Jockey-Club de Paris. Founded in 1834, the club became famous as the meeting place of France’s cultural elite. It also hosts Europe’s premier race for three-year-old Thoroughbreds, the Prix du Jockey Club. Inaugurated in 1836 and held annually in June, the race is often called…

  • Jockey Club of Britain (British horse racing organization)

    jockey club: The Jockey Club of Britain is the oldest such club. It reigned as the supreme authority in control of horse racing and breeding in Britain from 1750 until 2006, when regulatory power shifted to the Horseracing Regulatory Authority; it transferred to the British Horseracing Association in…

  • Jockey’s Ridge State Park (sand dune, North Carolina, United States)

    Nags Head: …sandy spit, notably at adjacent Jockey’s Ridge State Park; the park’s rolling sands and dunes, which reach some 135 feet (40 metres) or more above the sea, are the highest sand dunes on the East Coast and attract sand skiers and hang gliders. Kill Devil Hills, between Nags Head and…

  • Jocko Henderson

    For seven years beginning in the mid-1950s, Douglas (“Jocko”) Henderson commuted daily between Philadelphia, where he broadcast on WDAS, and New York City, where his two-hour late-evening Rocket Ship Show on WLIB was a particularly wild ride. “Hey, mommio, hey, daddio,” he announced, “this is your

  • jocs florals (poetry)

    Spanish literature: Poetry: …the academy in Toulouse with jocs florals (“floral games,” or poetry congresses), including literary competitions. This royal encouragement continued under Martin I and Ferdinand I and helped to emancipate the literary style from foreign influences. As the century advanced, Valencia emerged as a new focus of literary activity: a school…

  • joculator (minstrel)

    dance: From amateur to professional: …for many centuries restricted to joculators, wandering bands of jugglers, dancers, poets, and musicians, who were generally regarded as social inferiors. The early ballets were performed almost exclusively by amateur dancers at court (though instructed by professional dancing masters) for whom dance was a means of demonstrating their own grace,…

  • Jodāi-e Nāder az Simin (film by Farhadi [2011])

    Asghar Farhadi: …Jodāi-e Nāder az Simin (2011; A Separation) and Forushande (2016; The Salesman), both of which won an Academy Award for best foreign-language film.

  • jōdai-yō (Japanese calligraphy)

    Fujiwara Yukinari: …the style of writing called jōdai-yō (“ancient style”).

  • Jodeci (music group)

    Missy Elliott: …break came in 1991 when Jodeci band member DeVante Swing signed Elliott’s group, Sista, to his Swing Mob Records label. Lack of funds prevented the release of Sista’s debut album, however, and the group subsequently broke up. Elliott teamed up with childhood friend Timbaland to cowrite and coproduce songs for…

  • Jodelle, étienne (French author)

    étienne Jodelle, French dramatist and poet, one of the seven members of the literary circle known as La Pléiade, who applied the aesthetic principles of the group to drama. Jodelle aimed at creating a classical drama that in every respect would be different from the moralities and mysteries then

  • Jodha, Rao (Indian ruler)

    Jodhpur: History: …was founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput (one of the warrior rulers of the historical region of Rajputana), and served as the capital of the princely state of Jodhpur. The princely state had been founded about 1212, reached the zenith of its power under the ruler Rao Maldeo…

  • Jodhaa Akbar (film by Gowariker [2008])

    Ashutosh Gowariker: …next film, the epic romance Jodhaa Akbar (“A Rajput Princess and a Mughal Emperor”), set in the 16th century and starring Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai. In 2009 he branched out into romantic comedy with What’s Your Raashee? (“What’s Your Sun Sign?”), and in 2010 he returned to period film…

  • Jodhpur (India)

    Jodhpur, city, central Rajasthan state, northwestern India. It is situated just northwest of the Luni River on a sterile tract of land covered with high sand hills. The region is sometimes referred to as Marwar (derived from maru-war [“region of death”] because of the area’s harsh desert

  • Jodl, Alfred (German general)

    Alfred Jodl, German general who, as head of the armed forces operations staff, helped plan and conduct most of Germany’s military campaigns during World War II. Primarily a staff officer during and after World War I, Jodl served as head of the department of national defense in the war ministry from

  • Jōdo (Japanese Buddhist sect)

    Jōdo, (Japanese: Way to the Pure Land), devotional sect of Japanese Buddhism stressing faith in the Buddha Amida and heavenly reward. See Pure Land

  • Jōdo Shinshū (Pure Land sect)

    Shin, (Japanese: “True Pure Land sect”), the largest of the popular Japanese Buddhist Pure Land sects. See Pure Land

  • Jodo-shu (Japanese Buddhist sect)

    Jōdo, (Japanese: Way to the Pure Land), devotional sect of Japanese Buddhism stressing faith in the Buddha Amida and heavenly reward. See Pure Land

  • Jodocks (king of Germany)

    Jobst, margrave of Moravia and Brandenburg and for 15 weeks German king (1410–11), who, by his political and military machinations in east-central Europe, played a powerful role in the political life of Germany. A member of the Luxembourg dynasty, Jobst was a nephew of the Holy Roman emperor

  • Jodocus (Netherlandish painter)

    Justus of Ghent, Netherlandish painter who has been identified with Joos van Wassenhove, a master of the painters’ guild at Antwerp in 1460 and at Ghent in 1464. In Justus’s earliest known painting, the Crucifixion triptych (c. 1465), the attenuated, angular figures and the barren landscape

  • Jodoin, Claude (Canadian labour leader)

    Canadian Labour Congress: Its first elected president, Claude Jodoin, came from the TLC. Officials of the CLC were then instrumental in forming the New Democratic Party in 1961.

  • Jodorowsky, Alejandro (French filmmaker)

    Alejandro Jodorowsky, Chilean-born French filmmaker and author known for his surrealistic films, especially El Topo (1970) and The Holy Mountain (1973). Jodorowsky’s parents were Ukrainian Jewish immigrants. When he was eight years old, the family moved from Tocopilla to Santiago. He enrolled in

  • Jodrell Bank Experimental Station (research station, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom)

    Jodrell Bank Observatory, location of one of the world’s largest fully steerable radio telescopes, which has a reflector that measures 76 metres (250 feet) in diameter. The telescope is located with other smaller radio telescopes at Jodrellbank (formerly Jodrell Bank), about 32 kilometres (20

  • Jodrell Bank Observatory (research station, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom)

    Jodrell Bank Observatory, location of one of the world’s largest fully steerable radio telescopes, which has a reflector that measures 76 metres (250 feet) in diameter. The telescope is located with other smaller radio telescopes at Jodrellbank (formerly Jodrell Bank), about 32 kilometres (20

  • jōe (Japanese religious dress)

    shōzoku: Less formal are the jōe, a robe of white silk, and the varicoloured kariginu (which means “hunting garment,” attesting to the use made of it during the Heian period). Laypersons, too, may wear these garments during visits to shrines or participation in religious ceremonies.

  • Joe (film by Green [2013])

    Nicolas Cage: His atypically subdued work in Joe (2013), in which he played a former criminal who takes a protective interest in one of his young employees, was widely acclaimed. Cage then assumed the role of an airline pilot in Left Behind (2014), an adaptation of Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins’s…

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