Elizabeth Kogucki

Summary

Elizabeth Kogucki earned $91,190 in 2018 as a Principal Civil Engineer for Engineering. Kogucki had worked for this employer since September 11, 1989.

Kogucki earned more than 25.43% of employees in Engineering.

Employment history for Elizabeth Kogucki

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Principal Civil Engineer $54,519 $36,671 09-11-1989 2018
Principal Civil Engineer $152,851 Not reported 09-11-1989 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

-$61,660

-40.34%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$98,331

-64.33%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Principal Civil Engineer at Engineering in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
James Yurik Principal Civil Engineer $160,084 04-01-1991
Paul O'Brien Principal Civil Engineer $159,027 07-11-1994
Louis Storino Principal Civil Engineer $157,414 01-12-1998
Sainath Venkat Principal Civil Engineer $157,282 11-05-1997
Paul Woszczak Principal Civil Engineer $155,418 01-21-1998
Carmen Scalise Principal Civil Engineer $153,171 05-30-2001
Joseph Schuessler Principal Civil Engineer $152,522 07-15-1998
Beata Busza Principal Civil Engineer $151,778 07-19-2000
Denekew Getahun Principal Civil Engineer $151,110 07-02-1990
Marek Grabis Principal Civil Engineer $149,870 10-11-2000
Beth Zerfas Principal Civil Engineer $148,348 09-06-1995
Junli Bai Principal Civil Engineer $146,554 12-01-2003
Gregory Koch Principal Civil Engineer $143,853 04-25-2005
Daniel Feltes Principal Civil Engineer $143,853 06-30-2003
Justine Skawski Principal Civil Engineer $143,853 08-29-2005
Yvonne Lefler Principal Civil Engineer $143,179 08-29-2007
Cedric Robertson Principal Civil Engineer $142,677 06-25-2003
Ryan Davis Principal Civil Engineer $136,875 06-06-2001

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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