Translation of directorship in Spanish:

directorship

dirección, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈrɛktərˌʃɪp/ /dɪˈrɛktəʃɪp/ /dʌɪˈrɛktəʃɪp/

noun

  • 1

    (post)
    dirección feminine
    cargo de director masculine
    • In addition, they were banned from holding company directorships for five years.
    • A Tory frontbench spokesman, he had 16 directorships last year, estimated to be worth more than £100,000.
    • He and his wife together hold nearly 20 corporate directorships, which may be the nationwide record.
    • As Shadow Foreign Secretary, he will be able to keep lucrative directorships and after-dinner speaking engagements.
    • He has spoken to several e-commerce companies and intends to take about six non-executive directorships, details of which he will announce shortly.
    • They were given forms on which they must list their directorships, property interests and shareholdings worth over £10,000.
    • In the latest register of member's interests, he listed paid directorships for two insurance firms.
    • There are plenty of opportunities to take on the odd business consultancy or accept a directorship or two, and any number of organizations are looking for volunteers.
    • Companies in trouble appoint more women to leadership positions, including main board directorships, as one of the more consistent recovery measures.
    • I propose that, simultaneously to appointing the senior management to the board of the trading subsidiaries, you resign your directorship from each one of them.
  • 2

    (time, work as director)
    dirección feminine
    under his directorship bajo su dirección
    • He became the museum's assistant director in 1964, assuming the directorship in 1969 at age 34.
    • He was feted with academic honours and positions, including the directorship of a masterclass in composition in Berlin.
    • In his first press interview after accepting the directorship, he observed that the city had "neglected the museum for 10 years."
    • He went on to accept the directorship of the Australian Ballet, and later the directorship of The Royal Ballet.
    • Where building is staged or ongoing, the developers usually retain directorship of the management company until the last unit in a scheme is built.
    • He had a distinguished career which included the directorship of the Museum of Natural History in Paris.
    • Having held the directorship for fifteen years, he found himself leading his ballet company on his last U.S. tour.
    • So by the time he took the Met directorship in 1966, museums were already moving in the direction of mass entertainment.
    • In May, Alan had to devote more of his time to his paid positions and stepped down from the executive directorship.
    • From 1960 to 1962 he was president of the Society of Chemical Industry, and he retained his directorship of the Midland Bank, to which he had been appointed in 1955.