James P Ward

Summary

James P Ward earned $137,166 in 2017 as a Rail Service Supervisor Ii for Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations.

Ward earned more than 99.23% of employees in Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations.

Other Rail Service Supervisor Iis at Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Leon L Jones Rail Service Supervisor Ii $177,004 N/A
Winston Pierce Rail Service Supervisor Ii $159,561 N/A
Robert Bolton Rail Service Supervisor Ii $152,558 N/A
Sharon R Christmas Rail Service Supervisor Ii $144,021 N/A
Robert E Green Rail Service Supervisor Ii $143,983 N/A
Charles R Harvey Rail Service Supervisor Ii $130,540 N/A
Joann Robinson Rail Service Supervisor Ii $119,669 N/A
Eric D Dixon Rail Service Supervisor Ii $118,941 N/A
Edward Lomax Rail Service Supervisor Ii $117,499 N/A
Jack D Eaves Rail Service Supervisor Ii $113,821 N/A
Gill C Perkins Rail Service Supervisor Ii $96,946 N/A
Mark D Smith Rail Service Supervisor Ii $96,522 N/A
Daniel Cuevas Rail Service Supervisor Ii $95,907 N/A
Orvinne O Delgado Rail Service Supervisor Ii $95,261 N/A
Jacqueline J Quin Rail Service Supervisor Ii $95,168 N/A
Andres Reyes Rail Service Supervisor Ii $94,135 N/A
Luis G Diaz Rail Service Supervisor Ii $93,289 N/A
Jose F Rodriguez Rail Service Supervisor Ii $90,609 N/A
Marvin Sanders Rail Service Supervisor Ii $89,928 N/A
Towanda Gardner Rail Service Supervisor Ii $82,688 N/A
Cathy N Gathings Rail Service Supervisor Ii $81,860 N/A
Brian E Luellen Rail Service Supervisor Ii $80,879 N/A
Tyrone Walker Rail Service Supervisor Ii $79,760 N/A
Gail O James Rail Service Supervisor Ii $76,139 N/A
John E Kearns Rail Service Supervisor Ii $58,910 N/A
Mark L Weems Rail Service Supervisor Ii $26,559 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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