Eric Jerome Jefferson

Summary

Eric Jerome Jefferson earned $23,084 in 2017 as a Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii for Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins. Jefferson had worked in this position since September 28, 1989.

Jefferson earned more than 81.42% of employees in Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins.

Other Special Ed Classroom Assist Iis at Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins

Name Position Salary Start Date
Tiffany L Nix Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $27,723 12-27-2012
Rocherr Landrum Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $25,346 05-05-2011
Nina Ferrara Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $25,104 09-14-2015
Dwayne Darrell Armstrong Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $24,538 04-24-2007
Adewale Apata Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $23,335 09-12-2011
Peter F. Higgins Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $23,300 05-31-2013
Octavia Chism Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $23,062 01-06-2014
Alejandra Velasquez Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $22,354 05-26-2015
Telisa L. Johnson Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $22,305 02-25-2013
Regina T Jones Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $21,060 11-20-2015
Joel I Nava Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $20,848 09-23-2011
Monique Sargent Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $20,818 02-10-2016
Patricia Hare Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $20,638 03-09-2015
Melissa Ramirez Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $20,446 09-24-2012
Nancy Rodriguez Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $19,206 10-13-2016
Racquel Flores-Payes Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $18,802 05-24-2012
Lydia M Johnson Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $13,122 08-19-1999
Aristides Ortiz Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $4,284 01-24-1994
Michael Leo Young Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $2,885 11-05-2001
Melinda Ray Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii $498 09-25-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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