subprofessional

sub·pro·fes·sion·al

 (sŭb′prə-fĕsh′ə-nəl)
n.
A paraprofessional.

sub′pro·fes′sion·al adj.

subprofessional

(ˌsʌbprəˈfɛʃənəl)
adj
below professional standards
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CSC's regional offices are scheduled to conduct the Career Service Examination, Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) for Professional and Subprofessional levels on Sunday (Aug.
CSC-CAR Assistant Regional Director Cornelia Rillera said applicants from the region should apply now for the Professional and Subprofessional Career Service Examination-Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) scheduled on August 4, 2019 to avail of the remaining slots.
PHILIPPINE Embassy in Doha has announced that the Civil Service Commission (CSC) will conduct the Career Service Examination Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) for Professional and SubProfessional levels in Qatar on October 12.
Increasingly the concept of 'skills mix' is used, with subprofessional staff (enrolled nurses) being brought in to care for patients for financial reasons or to augment the number of professional nurses.
This means that the majority of faculty work in subprofessional conditions, often without basic protections for academic freedom." According to AAUP, this new trend also, in effect, increases the service load for those faculty who do have tenure-track positions.
Its treatment of his letters is, frankly, subprofessional. It is useful for Clarke's letters (only quoted in part in Hooper's edition of Lewis's letters), so anyone wanting to discuss the Clarke-Lewis relationship will need to have this book available.
(1.) Enrolled nurses are subprofessional nurses trained for 2 instead of 3 years and entering nursing with basic primary/middle school certificates instead of secondary school qualifications.
Each specialty-shop owner views these cameras as being--for now at least--primarily the domain of the early adaptor who wants the latest in subprofessional digital products.
1488 (repealed 1949) (establishing the following groups: professional and scientific; subprofessional; clerical, administrative, and fiscal; custodial; and Bureau of Engraving, clerical-mechanical jobs).
All government service, he said, could be divided into sixteen categories: executive, legislative, judicial, professional, subprofessional, educational, investigational, inspectional, clerical, custodial, street cleaning, (3) fire, police, institutional, skilled trades, and labor....
After some time I began to see that one simply couldn't advance from museum specialist (a "subprofessional" position) to curator.
By graduating practitioners in increasing numbers without sufficient emphasis on skill levels, the status of social work has diminished, as is evident in the subprofessional salaries of graduates.