Douglas H Kaniuk

Summary

Douglas H Kaniuk earned $28,185 in 2017 as a Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union for City Colleges of Chicago Computer Information Systems. Kaniuk had worked in this position since February 03, 1982.

Kaniuk earned more than 68.89% of employees in City Colleges of Chicago Computer Information Systems.

Other Lect-Credit Course Iii-Unions at City Colleges of Chicago Computer Information Systems

Name Position Salary Start Date
Abdul R Khan Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $24,835 09-05-1990
Luke Papademas Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $23,154 09-06-1994
Millicent B Collier Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $20,513 08-20-2007
Ebony Crump Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $20,300 08-29-2007
Michael Grossmayer Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $18,476 09-04-2001
S N Ahmed Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $16,797 10-30-1998
Mohammad Moizuddin Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $14,350 08-28-2000
Witt O Hawkins III Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $10,952 09-15-2008
Timothy L Jansen Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $9,795 08-18-2012
Erika M Nadas Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $8,685 01-04-1999
Emily E Hergenrother Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $8,247 01-12-2008
Anthony P Woods Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $7,950 03-02-2012
Mary L Darling Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $5,481 09-06-1986
Sulejmen Mehmedagic Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $5,394 09-08-1998
Syed M Ali Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $4,313 08-27-2007
Paul Aikonedo Lect-Credit Course Iii-Union $200 08-24-2009

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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