John Ambrose earned $24,703 in 2017 as a Truck Driver for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations. Ambrose had worked in this position since August 30, 2017.
Ambrose earned more than 3.89% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations.
Other Truck Drivers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations
|Marc Jones||Truck Driver||$88,679||09-11-2013|
|Dennys Mendez||Truck Driver||$87,032||01-08-2014|
|John Zirbes||Truck Driver||$85,313||05-10-1993|
|Jason Fennell||Truck Driver||$84,700||01-27-2016|
|John Poulos||Truck Driver||$79,981||12-23-2002|
|Keith Zirbes||Truck Driver||$79,866||05-23-1994|
|Ronald Cunico||Truck Driver||$79,859||01-27-2016|
|Melvin Mendez||Truck Driver||$79,620||06-23-2008|
|Anthony Alvarez||Truck Driver||$79,127||04-30-1997|
|Dale William Polak||Truck Driver||$78,975||05-13-2013|
|Robert Miller||Truck Driver||$78,619||09-11-2000|
|William Mateja||Truck Driver||$78,504||08-18-2003|
|Thomas Castro||Truck Driver||$78,443||05-08-2013|
|Kory Lambert||Truck Driver||$78,284||01-07-2013|
|Gina Nutting||Truck Driver||$78,161||04-02-2001|
|Daniel Dougherty||Truck Driver||$77,829||04-06-2005|
|Earvin Tate||Truck Driver||$77,483||01-15-2014|
|Marc Hayes||Truck Driver||$77,181||01-21-1998|
|Eric Jones||Truck Driver||$77,124||04-14-2008|
|Hollis Hall||Truck Driver||$76,856||08-22-2005|
|Ephraim Lee||Truck Driver||$75,971||07-16-2007|
|Michael Williams||Truck Driver||$75,897||05-30-2007|
|Michael Doran||Truck Driver||$75,443||06-29-2015|
|Daniel Feeney||Truck Driver||$32,967||05-12-1997|
|Dann Grillo||Truck Driver||$20,383||01-03-1990|
|Brian Keohane||Truck Driver||$47||05-06-1997|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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