job-share

job-share

(jŏb′shâr′)
intr.v. job-shared, job-shar·ing, job-shares
To share the responsibility for one job in alternation with one or more part-time workers.

job′shar′er n.
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"The Welsh Government already welcomes applications from job-share partnerships for public appointments.
We have recently appointed a job-share partnership to the role of National Adviser for Violence against Women, Genderbased Violence, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence."
Of course, whether it did so would be a matter for electors, who would be able to decide whether or not to vote for candidates standing as a job-share.
Beer credits the success of his job-share to his work partner and SCA, which recognized the value of hiring two experienced officers to fill a single job, to which they give the same high performance as expected of the rest of the SCA team.
While England Under-21 boss and ex-Villa defender Gareth Southgate has been mooted on a job-share basis.
But he is expected to approve the job-share agreement.
Job-share heads Sandra MacKenzie and Liz Mockus were removed from Kirktonholme Primary in East Kilbride last week after the Daily Record exposed the involvement of the Church of Christ at the school.
If the part-time working and job-share problem could be fixed, then other advantages would also result.
Step forward MP Tom Blenkinsop - Cook's own hero - who has effectively suggested a job-share to keep the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, in Stewart Park alive.
They embarked upon the job-share as it allows them to spend more time at home with their young families while maintaining their successful careers.
The post, which they have takenup on a job-share basis is part-funded by English Heritage, the Government's lead adviser on the historic environment.
Interestingly, the author's research revealed that several law enforcement agencies in other countries have job-share programs and that two California law enforcement departments also employ this strategy.