Jimmie Yates

Summary

Jimmie Yates earned $133,515 in 2017 as a Ff/Paramedic With Bid for Joliet Fire Suppression.

Yates earned more than 77.55% of employees in Joliet Fire Suppression.

Other Ff/Paramedic With Bids at Joliet Fire Suppression

Name Position Salary Start Date
Aaron Aguirre Ff/Paramedic With Bid $148,307 N/A
Nicholas Baffes Ff/Paramedic With Bid $132,673 N/A
Anthony Rohr Ff/Paramedic With Bid $132,123 N/A
Christopher O'Hara Ff/Paramedic With Bid $131,027 N/A
Michael Carlin Ff/Paramedic With Bid $130,401 N/A
Matthew Pasteris Ff/Paramedic With Bid $128,364 N/A
Matthew Bozicevich Ff/Paramedic With Bid $128,317 N/A
Stephen Rutten Ff/Paramedic With Bid $126,241 N/A
David Young Ff/Paramedic With Bid $123,383 N/A
Kyle Toth Ff/Paramedic With Bid $122,917 N/A
Michael Schultz Ff/Paramedic With Bid $122,833 N/A
Michael Parenti Ff/Paramedic With Bid $122,432 N/A
Tyler Wilson Ff/Paramedic With Bid $122,339 N/A
Patrick Adelmann Ff/Paramedic With Bid $122,220 N/A
Jesse Oostema Ff/Paramedic With Bid $120,632 N/A
Kyle Rohlfs Ff/Paramedic With Bid $119,586 N/A
Conery Bruton Ff/Paramedic With Bid $118,130 N/A
Adam Las Ff/Paramedic With Bid $115,991 N/A
Nathan Kren Ff/Paramedic With Bid $115,120 N/A
Neil Abbott Ff/Paramedic With Bid $114,818 N/A
Nicholas Weiss Ff/Paramedic With Bid $113,978 N/A
Eric Mccollum Ff/Paramedic With Bid $112,587 N/A
Bryan Malone Ff/Paramedic With Bid $111,820 N/A
Ryan Lincoln Ff/Paramedic With Bid $110,580 N/A
Justin Farrar Ff/Paramedic With Bid $105,035 N/A
Matthew Mckee Ff/Paramedic With Bid $104,793 N/A
Mathew Vilcek Ff/Paramedic With Bid $94,709 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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