In 1862, he was appointed assistant grand secretary of state.
Thereafter he was assistant secretary of the union from July 1921 until his death.
She went on to become assistant secretary of the Air Force.
By March 23, four more assistant secretaries had been confirmed.
In late 1950, she was nominated for assistant Secretary of Defense.
In 1955 he became assistant general secretary of the Labour Party.
The country's biggest trade union has a new leader after one of its assistant general secretaries easily beat three rivals for the job.
From 1871 to 1876 he was assistant secretary of the interior under President Grant.
The national chairman thought the two Republican legislators might prefer to be assistant secretaries of something or other.
With the approval of the house, the secretary may appoint assistant secretaries.
They will cover 1,100 high officials, ranging from Cabinet officers to the general counsel and deputy assistant secretaries in each department.
He was also deputy assistant secretary for health and scientific affairs.
She was deputy assistant secretary for human rights and social affairs in the United States Department of State.
Samuel Sessions, the committee's chief tax counsel, is deputy assistant secretary for tax analysis.
He worked at the State Department as deputy assistant secretary for public affairs from 1980 to 1982.
Transition officials said those bound by the pledge would range from cabinet officers to the general counsel and deputy assistant secretaries within each department.
He had been deputy assistant secretary of state for energy and sanctions, involved in policy toward Iran and Libya.
"Would you want to be bossed around by a deputy assistant secretary who was an advance man?"
He filled with perfect tact a part which combined assistant, secretary and male nurse.
Second reserve undergraduate assistant third secretary, or something?