Ian R Moncrief

Summary

Ian R Moncrief earned $29,961 in 2017 as a Tutor - Part-Time for City Colleges of Chicago Vice President. Moncrief had worked in this position since January 12, 2015.

Moncrief earned more than 79.71% of employees in City Colleges of Chicago Vice President.

Other Tutor - Part-Times at City Colleges of Chicago Vice President

Name Position Salary Start Date
Maria C Suarez Tutor - Part-Time $48,274 08-20-2012
Beth Braun Tutor - Part-Time $41,141 01-12-2004
Nadia Khan Tutor - Part-Time $36,490 06-05-2006
Naveen Aman Tutor - Part-Time $31,439 08-26-2013
Joel Cruz Tutor - Part-Time $31,055 07-03-2012
Abraham Sanchez Tutor - Part-Time $14,472 11-06-2000
Sarah Youngsoul Kim Tutor - Part-Time $11,739 08-24-2015
Mohammed Alyagoob Tutor - Part-Time $9,189 02-06-2012
Tyler W Wiese Tutor - Part-Time $9,042 10-10-2016
Magda Bruti Tutor - Part-Time $8,790 09-07-2015
Haben Berhane Tutor - Part-Time $7,714 04-25-2011
Sarah Denise Meltzer Tutor - Part-Time $6,724 10-17-2016
Derek Adam Peterson Tutor - Part-Time $6,521 10-17-2016
David William Bissinger Tutor - Part-Time $5,783 07-18-2016
Matthew G Escalona Tutor - Part-Time $4,914 09-16-2016
Mahsa Vahdatian Tutor - Part-Time $3,655 02-09-2011
Slaney A Palmer Tutor - Part-Time $3,323 01-09-2017
Gina M Cefalu Tutor - Part-Time $1,719 10-06-2014
Susan M Creighton Tutor - Part-Time $1,427 09-22-2014
Marilou Terrones Tutor - Part-Time $1,223 02-21-2017
Scott David Cummings Tutor - Part-Time $874 02-21-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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