careers officer


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Careers Officer

or

careers teacher

n
(Education) a person trained in giving vocational advice, esp to school leavers
Translations

Careers Officer

, Careers Adviser
nBerufsberater(in) m(f)

careers officer

nconsulente m/f d'orientamento professionale
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Leaving Sandfield Park school at 16, and just about able to read and write, his careers officer described him as unemployable.
For most of his working life he was a careers officer.
Dougray Scott has revealed how a school careers officer and a drama teacher told him he'd never be an actor.
WAS Kylie Jenner off school on the day the careers officer visited?
When she was 15 the school careers officer told her to get her "head out of the clouds" when she said she wanted to be an actor.
Mr Walsh also said as a result of Victorian Coalition Government funding, a dedicated food and fibre careers officer had begun working at the Victorian Farmers Federation.
Just call into the Gorseinon or Tycoch campus to see a careers officer or student adviser for personal, first-hand advice.
I CAN well remember the Spring of 1961 at Caludon Castle school when I was informed by Mr Titt, my Howard House master, that I was required to see the careers officer that afternoon in the common room.
The former careers officer and keen mountaineer worked as a youth leader in Redcar and spent 27 years with the Cleveland Army Cadet Force.
The laptop belonged to a junior Royal Navy careers officer in Birmingham.
A petrol bomb wrecked the Army Careers Officer (pictured) in a late-night attack on February 2, 1972.
When I confided my ambitions to my careers officer at the bank, he told me to 'stick to banking, computers are not a means of progressing'.