All that is lacking on Saadiyat Island labour camps is room service, according to a development officer working on the Louvre, Guggenheim and other major projects in Abu Dhabi.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Development Officer
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of DO
We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Denominacion de Origen (general identification for Spanish wines)
- Departmental Offices
- Deportation Order
- Design Objective
- Design Overview
- Designated Official
- Desk Officer (NYPD)
- Desktop Originator
- Detention Officer
- Determination Order (workers compensation claims)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A NEW housing development officer is determined to help clean-up North Wales.
GOLF: The 86 clubs in Northumberland and County Durham have a new buddy in Jason Budd, who has been appointed the North-East's first Regional Development Officer by the English Golf Union and the English Ladies' Golf Association.
Its shared data module allows a development officer to review a company's vendor status, previous gifts, foundation connections, and primary contacts by office on one screen.
The business development officer has also held posts as vice president at Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, national accounts manager at Castlelink and director of marketing for Fannie Mae.
Team Northern Ontario member and export development officer in North Bay, Jay Aspin, says he has applied knowledge he picked up during a TNO trade mission to Germany in 2003 in working with four other companies to develop four other wind farm locations in the Nipissing region.
Nigel Way, the Blues development officer in Merthyr, arranged a visit to Merthyr's Greenfields Special School yesterday, before the trophy moved on to Brecon High School organised by Carl Scales, the Blues development officer in south Powys.