Damian Noga

Summary

Damian Noga earned $71,549 in 2017 as a Maintenance Technician for Mundelein. Noga had worked in this position since May 05, 2008.

Noga earned more than 32.06% of employees in Mundelein.

Other Maintenance Technicians at Mundelein

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kyle Kaminski Maintenance Technician $82,093 05-19-2003
Michael Church Maintenance Technician $82,008 02-14-2000
Michael Hassebroek Maintenance Technician $80,706 05-19-2003
Michael Schmidt Maintenance Technician $80,454 11-03-1997
Adam Streicher Maintenance Technician $79,856 06-02-2003
Peter Schubkegel Jr Maintenance Technician $79,120 11-15-2005
Michael Cecchi Maintenance Technician $79,014 06-05-2006
Robert Miller Maintenance Technician $78,672 12-29-1986
Richard Fitch Maintenance Technician $78,507 08-09-1993
Ryan Wierema Maintenance Technician $77,767 06-21-1999
Jeffrey Carrier Maintenance Technician $77,719 08-08-2005
Jeffrey Norton Maintenance Technician $71,695 01-08-2007
Alex Burtz Maintenance Technician $71,329 03-20-2000
Chris Deremo Maintenance Technician $66,902 08-04-2008
Michael Stipak Maintenance Technician $66,859 08-31-2009
Brandon Palmer Maintenance Technician $64,773 11-26-2012
Lucas Bolton Maintenance Technician $58,581 11-21-2013
John Lopez Maintenance Technician $58,130 07-20-2015
Jason Dubs Maintenance Technician $58,068 12-01-2014
Michael Hacker Maintenance Technician $56,615 12-01-2014

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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