Brian Newhouse

Summary

Brian Newhouse earned $13,748 in 2017 as a Hoisting Engineer for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations. Newhouse had worked in this position since December 12, 2001.

Newhouse earned more than 2.66% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations.

Other Hoisting Engineers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michael Mcnally Hoisting Engineer $133,938 02-13-2013
John Glascott Hoisting Engineer $128,358 02-20-2002
Michael Lacey Hoisting Engineer $127,650 01-09-2008
Ryan Schreader Hoisting Engineer $127,109 01-14-2008
Michael Ryan Hoisting Engineer $126,903 01-09-2008
Scott Roth Hoisting Engineer $126,807 05-03-2004
William Meiszner Hoisting Engineer $125,746 05-03-2004
Robert Crouchelli Hoisting Engineer $125,366 01-09-2008
Kenneth Gillette Hoisting Engineer $124,862 01-09-2013
Kevin Nevels Hoisting Engineer $122,552 09-14-2016
William Law Hoisting Engineer $107,155 09-09-1992
Peter Hopp Hoisting Engineer $105,229 03-01-2017
Dennis Browne Hoisting Engineer $67,403 06-28-2017
David Volini Hoisting Engineer $1,954 12-18-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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