Awilda Rodriguez

Summary

Awilda Rodriguez earned $48,592 in 2017 as a Ssc Payroll Analyst for Chicago Public Schools School Support Center Cw. Rodriguez had worked in this position since September 28, 2009.

Rodriguez earned more than 62.24% of employees in Chicago Public Schools School Support Center Cw.

Other Ssc Payroll Analysts at Chicago Public Schools School Support Center Cw

Name Position Salary Start Date
Gustavo Del Real Ssc Payroll Analyst $55,075 09-24-1999
Violet Starr Starr Ssc Payroll Analyst $46,936 03-30-1994
Shatila D Sago Ssc Payroll Analyst $41,539 02-07-2017
Laura E Villasenor Ssc Payroll Analyst $40,690 12-27-2016
Ramon Velazquez Ssc Payroll Analyst $39,684 01-05-2017
Latoya L. Shelton Ssc Payroll Analyst $39,115 01-18-2017
Kenyatta Smith Ssc Payroll Analyst $33,269 04-06-2017
Lisa A Island Ssc Payroll Analyst $31,346 04-17-2017
Vanessa G. Amos Ssc Payroll Analyst $31,154 08-13-2012
Hong Wen Lin Ssc Payroll Analyst $28,462 05-15-2017
Elizabeth M Mcclendon Ssc Payroll Analyst $26,550 04-24-2017
Amanda Albarran Ssc Payroll Analyst $17,241 04-13-2015
Ebonie E Smith Ssc Payroll Analyst $12,500 09-11-2017
Nicole Jones Ssc Payroll Analyst $11,323 09-11-2017
Janese R Gordon Ssc Payroll Analyst $9,169 08-29-2001
Robert Rogers Ssc Payroll Analyst $8,862 09-26-2017
Gricel Moran Ssc Payroll Analyst $7,442 10-10-2017
Chloe M Robinson Ssc Payroll Analyst $5,192 10-27-2017
Jo Anna Johnson Ssc Payroll Analyst $5,019 10-31-2017
Eva Torrez Ssc Payroll Analyst $2,596 11-15-2017
Jennifer N. Cruz Ssc Payroll Analyst $769 09-22-2014
Tonya D Jones Ssc Payroll Analyst $216 10-25-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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