charge hand

charge hand

n
1. Brit a workman whose grade of responsibility is just below that of a foreman
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charge hand

n (Brit) → caposquadra m/f
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The former engineering apprentice has progressed steadily within the company, working as a fitter and then a charge hand at the South Shields depot for 12 years before being promoted to engineering supervisor at Sunderland.
Charge hand fitter and one of the Stockton engineering team Martin Finlayson has been recognised for an impressive 20-year service.
Spicer joins the team from Hamilton Union in Scotland, where he worked as bar charge hand since 2012, and has also worked at other venues such as Uncle Sam's and Woodies Nightclub in Cyprus, and Downtown Nightclub in Scotland, where was charge hand and assistant manager.
When I was 25 I was a charge hand with a gang of men.
Parks acting charge hand John Mason said: "Beaumont Park is and it is brilliant to see that our team effort has been recognised.
Going through a couple of files, I found a case where a charge hand was suspended for seven days "for looking menacingly and gesturing aggressively at the Departmental head".
The next level up is a charge hand who controls the shift, and then a workshop controller who runs the entire workshop.
Former charge hand William Buchan told a fatal accident inquiry how the crew were removing oil from the vessel into a tanker.
Pure Sine Wave Inverters to operate tools and test equipment requiring 120 volts of AC power by way of the vehicle's battery, as well as being used to charge hand held devices, such as cell phones.
Even though the timber centre charge hand had always sported long hair since he was 21 years old, he was willing to make the sacrice in aid of Cancer Research UK.
His roles in the council have included charge hand, landscape manager, parks manager, community garden officer and open space manager.