Connie Vaquera

Summary

Connie Vaquera earned $2,059 in 2017 as a Custodial Worker Ii for Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detent.Cntr. Vaquera had worked in this position since March 16, 2009.

Vaquera earned more than 0.16% of employees in Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detent.Cntr.

Other Custodial Worker Iis at Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detent.Cntr

Name Position Salary Start Date
Larry Beets Custodial Worker Ii $61,042 02-22-2011
Salvador Sanchez Custodial Worker Ii $59,598 06-08-2009
William Gordon Custodial Worker Ii $53,663 02-21-1995
Lamarfette Powell Custodial Worker Ii $52,324 05-08-2000
Alfonso Muir Custodial Worker Ii $52,040 06-08-2009
Carlos R Banks-Santiago Custodial Worker Ii $51,522 03-09-2009
Keith E Williams Custodial Worker Ii $50,904 09-07-2004
Willie Streeter Custodial Worker Ii $50,287 04-18-1986
Jeffrey Berry Custodial Worker Ii $50,227 10-07-2013
Kevin Hicks Custodial Worker Ii $49,131 06-27-2016
Bertrille Harvey Custodial Worker Ii $49,035 04-24-2000
Renee Johnson Custodial Worker Ii $48,821 05-04-1992
Rodney Bland Custodial Worker Ii $48,612 03-26-2012
Ignacio Trigueros Custodial Worker Ii $48,046 01-25-2016
Terri Rice Custodial Worker Ii $47,748 10-07-2013
Latoya Rice Custodial Worker Ii $43,516 07-28-2014
Janeet Orange Custodial Worker Ii $43,359 09-23-2013
Erica J Shelby Custodial Worker Ii $41,305 06-08-2009
Sandra Randolph Custodial Worker Ii $37,355 07-28-2014
Rosa Villagomez Custodial Worker Ii $36,097 04-04-2016
Robert Morris Custodial Worker Ii $35,491 03-07-2017
Gerardo Landeros Custodial Worker Ii $30,505 09-14-2009

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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