Alphonso D. Jackson

Summary

Alphonso D. Jackson earned $109,558 in 2018 as an Engineer for Frankfort FPD. Jackson had worked for this employer since June 15, 2009.

Jackson earned more than 39.86% of employees in Frankfort FPD.

Jackson earned more than 85.85% of employees across all Fire Protection Districts.

Employment history for Alphonso D. Jackson

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Engineer $105,598 $3,960 06-15-2009 2018
Engineer $97,994 $20,400 06-15-2009 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

-$8,836

-7.46%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$7,604

+ 7.76%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

-$16,440

-80.59%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Engineer at Frankfort FPD in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Jerry A. Cooke Engineer $153,918 06-15-2009
Zachary M. Pavesich Engineer $144,342 09-20-2010
Michael F. Illarde Engineer $138,454 04-02-2007
Kevin M. Kocolowski Engineer $134,311 06-18-2008
Drew J. Doogan Engineer $132,407 06-15-2009
William B. Kramer Engineer $122,490 09-20-2010
Joseph J. Odette Jr Engineer $121,875 04-02-2007
Jacob E. Bilyeu Engineer $120,909 06-15-2009
Kevin M. Brow Engineer $119,504 04-02-2007
John K. Gritsuk Engineer $117,217 04-02-2007
Thomas F. Warszalek Engineer $116,995 07-19-2010
Richard J. Ida Jr Engineer $114,583 06-15-2009
Derek C. Anderson Engineer $112,895 08-16-2010
Jimmey W. Votteler Jr Engineer $109,098 04-02-2007

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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