A person holding a position of command or authority in the armed services, in the merchant marine, or on a passenger ship
an officer in the army
Any rank of officer in the RAF above that of group captain
An official employed by a gas company.
(In England and Wales) the Attorney General or the Solicitor General, or (in Scotland) the Lord Advocate or the Solicitor General for Scotland
(A title for) a subordinate officer. In later use especially: (British) a member of the fire services ranked below Station Officer (now disused).
US (in Alabama and Mississippi) a local official serving a particular beat.
A person who administers or is in charge of a case; specifically an intelligence agent who directs or manages the activities of a spy, informer, etc.
An officer in charge of the above-deck workings and maneuvers at sea of a ship or boat
An officer, especially in the police or armed forces, who is on duty at a particular time
Another term for field-grade officer.
The first mate on a merchant ship
An admiral, vice admiral, or rear admiral
A medical intern
A paid official whose job is to maintain the building and property of the church, and to assist the minister in administration.
An officer in a navy.
A young person being trained to become an officer.
A person whose job is to manage or maintain a park; a park-keeper; a park warden.
= park officer.
A civil officer appointed to preserve law and order, such as a sheriff or police officer
A person who is responsible for the control or extermination of insect or animal pests.
= petty officer.
A noncommissioned officer in a navy, in particular an NCO in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above seaman and below chief petty officer
The lowest rank of officer in the RAF, above warrant officer and below flying officer
An officer or official of the post.
Another term for press agent.
An officer serving on the staff of a military headquarters or government department
Canadian each of the employees of the national and provincial legislative assemblies who provide procedural advice, keep minutes of proceedings, and record the votes.
An official employed by a town.
A person, (now) especially a layperson, who holds office in a church; (in Scotland) specifically = kirk officer (also called beadle).
An army officer serving within an infantry company
A rank of commissioned officer in the RAF, above pilot officer and below flight lieutenant
An officer ranking above colonel in the US Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps
An official employed to ensure that health regulations are obeyed
A person who is employed to form a working relationship between two organizations to their mutual benefit
A doctor serving in the armed forces, in a prison, or in a public health service
A senior nurse with administrative responsibility
The officer who is in charge of the security and administration of a unit or establishment for a day at a time
An officer, especially a police officer, on patrol.
= placement officer.
A policeman or policewoman
A guard in a prison
A mounted customs officer, especially one patrolling the coastline.
A person responsible for safety in a mine, factory, or other place of work.
Another term for second mate.
An officer authorized to sign official documents or orders, especially to make payments or purchases.
An officer in the US armed forces ranking below the commissioned officers and above the noncommissioned officers
she ran out of the store, hoping to find a police officer nearby
An official responsible for the abatement of statutory or public nuisances.
A person who is employed to ensure that a company does not contravene any statutes or regulations which apply to its activities