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Is "staff" a suitable rendering of "幹部" ?
I think so. On the staff side we have ...
2. a group of assistants to a manager, superintendent, or executive.
And on the 幹部 side we have ...
かんぶ2【幹部】 the (managing) staff
幹部会議 a staff conference [meeting]
Admittedly I'm picking and choosing the bits from the dictionaries that support my view but I still think it's OK.
Allright. I felt that "staff" includes everyone and their dog who works in a company, rather something like "職員", whereas "幹部" is a rather influential group of the management.