Student or Learner
Samuel Jones, Project Manager for the Simplex project, visited the client location yesterday.
Can someone please tell me if the above sentence is fine? Should it be Project Manager for or Project Manager of? Also, is the use of visit OK?
1. Project Manager for the Simplex project
2. Project Manager of the Simplex project
I think that either way is fine.
Calit2 : California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology
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