David Brodnan

Summary

David Brodnan earned $58,687 in 2018 as a Water/Wastewater Plant Operator for Lake County. Brodnan had worked for this employer since October 07, 2013.

Brodnan earned more than 55.49% of employees in Lake County.

Brodnan earned more than 60.82% of employees across all Cook or Collar Counties.

Employment history for David Brodnan

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $58,687 Not reported 10-07-2013 2018
Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $59,911 Not reported 10-07-2013 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

-$1,224

-2.04%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$1,224

-2.04%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Water/Wastewater Plant Operator at Lake County in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
David A Peterson Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $71,677 09-24-1986
Kevin Williams Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $68,636 06-01-2015
Laura A Chapman Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $66,120 01-25-1999
Michael G Buehrer Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $63,415 12-08-2008
Christian Heerema Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $54,600 04-04-2016
Brendan Clarke Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $53,107 12-14-2011
Max Wydzierzecki Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $51,104 09-05-2017
Kamil Dziekonski Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $45,513 01-08-2018
Casey Mullett Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $14,315 05-21-2018
Jayce Best Water/Wastewater Plant Operator $6,276 10-30-2018

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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