rotational post

rotational post

A manpower post filled on a rotational basis. Within NATO, it may be confined to specified nations.
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She takes over the rotational post from former CBI chairman Jamie Martin and will retain the position for 12 months before it returns to the CBI.
It marks the first time for Bhutan to fill the rotational post of secretary general of the Kathmandu-based regional body.
"The adoption of the bill will make it possible to make the rotation mechanism in the civil service more flexible, taking maximum into account corruption risks, as well as to solve a number of problems related to the practical implementation of the rotation mechanism by federal executive bodies, to increase the motivation of individuals to replace rotational posts and the level of their social protection, summed up the deputy head of the Ministry of Labor of Russia.