Izabela Kuman

Summary

Izabela Kuman earned $12,667 in 2017 as an Administrative Specialist for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations. Kuman had worked in this position since January 26, 1999.

Kuman earned more than 2.56% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations.

Other Administrative Specialists at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Velicia Wright Administrative Specialist $76,634 10-24-1988
Christine Del Giudice Administrative Specialist $72,163 05-30-2001
Nina Joiner Administrative Specialist $71,614 08-04-2004
Freida Calhoun Administrative Specialist $71,402 07-09-2001
Laura Wilcoxen Administrative Specialist $70,041 05-17-2004
Kimberly Davis Administrative Specialist $70,041 07-19-2004
Lynne Hughes Administrative Specialist $66,734 08-06-2007
Cynthia Colvin Administrative Specialist $66,734 08-18-2008
Susan Schaefer Administrative Specialist $65,151 07-28-2008
Kevin Yim Administrative Specialist $60,000 12-11-2013
Kristie Rodocker Administrative Specialist $54,281 11-13-2013
Divya Rijal Administrative Specialist $42,595 02-27-2017
Michaelene Yates Administrative Specialist $35,382 10-19-1992
Katherine Egan-Cichon Administrative Specialist $25,128 06-26-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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