Definitions for "Examiner"
recognised subject experts, usually current teachers or university lecturers. A Chief Examiner in each subject, sometimes assisted by an Assistant Chief Examiner, writes each examination paper. Back to A-Z menu
A physician authorized by the medical director of a life insurance company to make medical examinations. Persons assigned by the insurance commissioner to audit the affairs of the insurance company also are called examiners.
In life and health insurance, medical personnel authorized by the medical director of an insurance company to make medical examinations. Also, persons assigned by the insurance commissioner to audit the affairs of an insurance company.
One who examines, tries, or inspects; one who interrogates; an officer or person charged with the duty of making an examination; as, an examiner of students for a degree; an examiner in chancery, in the patent office, etc.
A title company employee charged with the duty of interpreting and passing upon the validity of documents dealing with real property. Sometimes designated a Title Officer.
A patent office official who is appointed to determine the patentability of applications.
an individual who conducts or directs the analysis of forensic casework samples, interprets data, and reaches conclusions. In the context of the DNAUI, the Examiner collects supporting documentation from the Serologist and PCR Biologist for the work performed by each, interprets the data that resulted from that work, draws conclusions about those results, and writes a report describing those conclusions.
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Workers' Compensation Board Examiner performs examining work, applying knowledge of WC law and of WCB rules, regulations, policies and procedures to compensation and disability benefit case information.  Among the actions regarding workers' compensation cases that Examiners may perform. • determining whether a case should be indexed; • evaluating claim forms and developing information required by judges for case decisions; • requesting information (by phone, letter, etc.) needed for case development; • evaluating whether a compensation case may be processed on an informal calendar; • referring appropriate cases to the conciliation process; and • preparing formal notices of decision based on judge's directions.
An individual who reviews evaluates and processes claims.
An academic staff member responsible for setting the assessment tasks and submitting the results for a subject; or in the case of research students the person examining a thesis or dissertation.
Usually referred to, in title industry parlance, as title examiner. One who examines and determines the condition and status of real estate titles.
A person who analyzes a chain of title to land and expresses an opinion thereon.
An agent of the community who had responsibility to oversee the admission and expulsion of members and to supervise their economic participation in the community and in the outside world.
someone who administers a test to determine your qualifications
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a person with responsibility for the preparation and marking of an examination.