Director-General definition

Director-General means the Director-General of the Department;
Director-General means the Director General of the Bureau, for the time being holding that office and also his successor and shall include any officer authorized by him.
Director-General means the Director General of the Authority;

Examples of Director-General in a sentence

In addition to the members of the Audit Committee other participants will include the:  Risk & Assurance Director, and the Head of Operational Risk, Internal Audit Manager and Business Risk Manager as required  Audit Partner from the external auditors  Director of Finance  Director-General and other senior staff as required.

The Director-General will make recommendations to the Committee with respect to directors’ remuneration.

The focus of the Board of Trustees’ work will be on giving the Director-General and Executive Team clear strategic direction and on monitoring its delivery of agreed targets.1.12.2 Each year the Board of Trustees and the Council visit a region or country.

It does this by providing the key link between the Director-General, the Board of Trustees, the risk and assurance function and the external auditors.

The Board will wish to note that Caroline Lamb, former NES Chief Executive, has been appointed to the role of Chief Executive of NHS Scotland and Director-General of Health and Social Care.


More Definitions of Director-General

Director-General means the Director General of the Organization;
Director-General. ’ means the Director-General of the Department;
Director-General means the Director General of the Organization and, as long as BIRPI subsists, the Director of BIRPI.
Director-General means the Director-General of the Department or such other person as may from time to time hold the position as chief executive of the State government Department responsible for administration of the Act and includes, where context permits, an Officer to whom the chief executive’s functions under the Act have been delegated in accordance with section 432 of the Act.
Director-General means the Director-General referred to in Article VIII, paragraph 41, of the Convention, or in his absence, the acting Director-General;
Director-General means the Director-General of Conservation.
Director-General means the Director-General of the World Health Organization;