A cabinet post is a position in a cabinet, such as the President is head of his cabinet
The Secretary of Homeland Security has the newest cabinet position.
The power to create a cabinet level post belongs to the president. However, the Congress much appropriate the funds to operate it. The most recent cabinet department is the Department of Homeland Security.
secretary of war
Frances Perkins was the first woman to hold a Cabinet-level post. She was the Secretary of the U.S Department of Labor from 1933 to 1945.
The prime minister is chosen by colleagues at a post election Cabinet meeting where most portfolios are decided.
15 Executive Departments.
united nations leader
He needed cabinet members because he couldn't do all the work by himself. He had to many issues that's why he had created 5 departments which were Treasury department, War department, Attorney general, State department, and the Post office department. The postmaster general did not have cabinet rank.
John Tyler, Andrew Johnson, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Nixon were all vice-presidents and US senators but never held a cabinet post. ( Martin Van Buren was the only man to be the VP, US Senator and hold a cabinet post.)
Lord Privy SealThe development of Cabinet left the post with little responsibility. The holder often acts as a minister without portfolio (one who does not have departmental responsibilities) and is able to undertake investigations and projects when needed by the Cabinet or Prime Minister. It is probably the earliest recognisable government post. The holder is traditionally a member of the Cabinet. Frequently the post is combined with Leader of the Commons or Leader of the House of Lords.
John F. Kennedy
Hong Kong Post was created in 1987.Hongkong Post was created in 1841.
In the US, it's the Department of Agriculture, headed by the cabinet post of the Secretary of Agriculture, currently Tom Vilsack of Iowa.
Pakistan Post was created in 1947.
Singapore Post was created in 1819.
Australia Post was created in 1989.
Lahore Post was created in 1996.
Canada Post was created in 1867.