Monitoring Officer definition

Monitoring Officer means the officer designated under Section 5(1) of the 1989 Act.
Monitoring Officer means the Monitoring Officer of Cornwall Council. This is because the Localism Act 2011 requires the Monitoring Officer of the principal council to discharge certain ethical standards responsibilities in relation to the local councils in their area.
Monitoring Officer means the person designated as such by the Council under Section 5 of the 1989 Act, or, if that person is unable to act owing to absence or illness, the person nominated by him/her as his/her deputy under sub-section (7) of that section

Examples of Monitoring Officer in a sentence

  • This Agreement may at any time be varied or amended by the Monitoring Officer where the amendment is minor and has been agreed by all the Parties in writing in advance.

  • The main contact at SCC will be nominated by the SCC Monitoring Officer.

  • Seniority shall be defined as a Bargaining Unit member’s uninterrupted length of continuous service with the University as a full-time Alarm and Video Monitoring Officer, excluding leave without pay that does not otherwise fall within the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

  • All other University Employees including all part-time and temporary Employees in the classification of Alarm and Video Monitoring Officer.

  • The Parties agree the bargaining unit consists of: Included: All full-time regular employees in the classification of Alarm and Video Monitoring Officer employed by the University.


More Definitions of Monitoring Officer

Monitoring Officer. ("swyddog monitro") means the officer designated under section 5(1) of the 1989 Act (designation and reports of monitoring officer);
Monitoring Officer means the Chief Executive who is designated as Monitoring Officer by Schedule 16 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 and in accordance with Section 5(1C) of the Local Government & Housing Act 1989.
Monitoring Officer means the officer appointed under section 5 of the 1989 Act, currently the Shared Executive Director (Strategy and Governance) or, if he or she is unable to act owing to absence or illness, the person nominated as his or her deputy;
Monitoring Officer means the Monitoring Officer for the authority; “bullying and harassment” includes:
Monitoring Officer means the Monitoring Officer for the principal Council which is Bromsgrove District Council;
Monitoring Officer means the Officer designated under section 5(1) of the Local Government and Housing Act 1989.
Monitoring Officer means the officer appointed as such by each council under section 5 of the Local Government and Housing Act 1989.