These are the possible definitions of the position called Director in different countries in the world.
New World Media
Throughout the world, the Director is used as a head editor of a newspaper, it is often called as a Press director.
In the Philippines, the term Director was used as a designation for the head of a cabinet-level government department or ministry. Equivalents in other countries would be "minister", "secretary", or "chancellor".
The Directorship in Spain is used as a:
- Head of a Spanish Institute
The Director may pertain to a South African citizen, see The Party South Africa for details.
The Directorship position in the United Kingdom is used as a:
- Head of a Political Research Organization (International Institute for Political and Economic Research)
United States of America
The term Director in the US is being used as a:
- Head of a US Government Committee
- Head of a Political Party Unit
- Head of a US Government Program
- Head of a US Service Agency
- Head of a US Organization