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    higher service - höherer Dienst

    I don't know if the English given is very good. Certainly, it doesn't mean at first blush to me what the German term means. Sauppe (Dict. of Lib'ship) gives "senior (elvel) service n (highest level in the West German civil service. What about administration bzw. senior administration /administrative position(s)?
    VerfasserKim Dammers, SUB Goettingen08 Apr. 04, 10:55
    Isn't "senior" limited to specific positions and human beings?
    #1VerfasserDori21 Mär. 09, 13:33

    highest administrative employment grade


    (approx.) höherer Dienst

    Kontext/ Beispiele
    For the purposes of these regulations, the phrase 'the University's senior administrative officers' shall mean officers who are directly responsible to the Registrar and who hold established posts in the highest administrative grade.


    Those in the lowest civil service employment grade had 4 times the mortality rate of those in the highest administrative employment grade.
    highest employment grade (of state employees)

    #2Verfasserw21 Mär. 09, 15:41

    senior civil service

    Verwalt. -

    der höhere Dienst

    Kontext/ Beispiele
    "The UK Senior Civil Service (SCS) was created in 1996 and comprises all staff from permanent secretaries (ie heads of government departments) to deputy directors (what used to be called Grade Five level). It included chief executives and top-level Civil Servants and specialists -- operational managers and policy advisors of government departments and agencies -- and is currently about 3,800 people."
    Managing & measuring employee performance
    By Elizabeth Houldsworth, Dilum Jirasinghe, Hay Group


    "members of the Senior Civil Service (the top management grades)"
    "All senior grades (Director level and above) are part of the 'Senior Civil Service'"

    These definitions suggest that the Senior Civil Service in Britain is at least a subset of the German 'höherer Dienst'. The Bundesbank, however, translates it to "higher service".
    #3Verfasseroreg (353563) 23 Mär. 09, 10:13
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