Benjamin B Taylor

Summary

Benjamin B Taylor earned $4,248 in 2017 as a Parks Maintenance for Parks. Taylor had worked for this employer since June 15, 2016.

Taylor earned more than 25.00% of employees in Parks.

Employment history for Benjamin B Taylor

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Parks Maintenance $4,248 Not reported 06-15-2016 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Parks Maintenance at Parks in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Rosendo Vazquez Parks Maintenance $14,019 05-02-2011
Jennifer M Egan Parks Maintenance $12,624 04-07-2017
Joseph D Chiaro Parks Maintenance $11,979 04-03-2017
Richard Brundage Parks Maintenance $11,478 04-17-2017
Steven P Regan Parks Maintenance $11,003 04-14-2016
John A Amtmann Parks Maintenance $8,264 06-27-2016
Joshua S Junger Parks Maintenance $5,718 05-23-2014
Trevor M Harpur Parks Maintenance $5,263 05-15-2015
Connor R Ruf Parks Maintenance $5,125 05-14-2015
Timothy T Tully Parks Maintenance $4,780 05-17-2016
Abigail Swank Parks Maintenance $4,581 08-01-2017
Shaun Kelliher Parks Maintenance $4,190 05-22-2017
Jacob Junger Parks Maintenance $3,913 03-23-2017
Andrew Ferrini Parks Maintenance $3,497 05-22-2017
Louis Mallillin Parks Maintenance $3,409 06-05-2017
Jacob J Olis Parks Maintenance $3,121 06-01-2015
John R Hamilton Parks Maintenance $2,754 06-06-2016
Mark W Bila Parks Maintenance $2,204 06-12-2017
Matthew Meyers Parks Maintenance $2,052 06-01-2017
Alexander D Grganto Parks Maintenance $1,829 05-20-2015
Joseph P Stapleton III Parks Maintenance $1,195 09-07-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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