People driving in will just carry on to Saltburn - Alison Calvert, 56, clerical officer from New Marske The vertical pier's a monstrosity and I'm annoyed they knocked down the old picture house to make The Hub.
What does CO stand for?
CO stands for Clerical Officer (obsolete, now AO)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of CO
We have 60 other meanings of CO in our Acronym Attic
- Chief Officer
- Chief Operator
- Chill Out
- Chinese Orchestra
- Chosen Overseer
- Ciceronian Oration
- Circle Officer (India)
- Circuit Overseer (Jehovah's Witnesses)
- Clean Out (sewers/drains)
Samples in periodicals archive:
After completing an NVQ in business and administration, Laura was offered a job as a clerical officer.
Most are clerical officers and their jobs are being outsourced to India, where the locals will work for a fraction of what they are paid in Birmingham.
Barbara worked for Coventry council initially in the Civil Defence dept; then later in social services, working for 28 years as a clerical officer in a home for the elderly.
I also think that he and probably many other readers of the Mail do not differentiate between the "fat cats" in the public sector and the vast majority of its workforce comprising of clerical officers, technicians, postmen etc, who, after retiring with a well-earned occupational pension, still find themselves only just above minimum income level, and disqualified from many state benefits.
Miss Hall, who worked as a clerical officer in the orthopaedic department at Bath's Royal United Hospital where she met Dr Kurlbaum, was last seen sitting on a stool near the dancefloor shortly after 1am.
Please give us clerical officers some credit and support.