Joyce L Riordan

Summary

Joyce L Riordan earned $50,658 in 2017 as a Special Ed Classroom Assist for Chicago Public Schools Southside Occupational Academy. Riordan had worked in this position since August 29, 2001.

Riordan earned more than 68.87% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Southside Occupational Academy.

Other Special Ed Classroom Assists at Chicago Public Schools Southside Occupational Academy

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sean Young Special Ed Classroom Assist $42,329 11-16-2000
Norma Escobedo Special Ed Classroom Assist $41,729 04-03-1995
Jared P Bryant Special Ed Classroom Assist $36,574 09-07-2011
Larry Henderson Special Ed Classroom Assist $36,426 10-28-2003
Rodney K Hamilton Special Ed Classroom Assist $35,851 01-04-2010
Guadalupe Lopez Special Ed Classroom Assist $35,828 12-07-2012
Charles Robinson Special Ed Classroom Assist $35,804 01-16-2008
Tasia M Boyd Special Ed Classroom Assist $35,398 12-13-2011
Tamika N Lampkin Special Ed Classroom Assist $35,206 04-21-2003
Margaret Bachler Special Ed Classroom Assist $34,469 09-21-2015
Casie Walls Special Ed Classroom Assist $33,733 11-06-2009
Dwan Dumas Special Ed Classroom Assist $32,968 11-30-2015
Eboni Taylor Special Ed Classroom Assist $32,767 04-13-2015
Hugo Martinez Special Ed Classroom Assist $32,353 10-23-2014
Christian A. Jackson Special Ed Classroom Assist $32,057 02-15-2012
Rocio Flores Special Ed Classroom Assist $31,989 04-25-2016
Tamika Hodges Special Ed Classroom Assist $31,355 08-31-2016
Elsa Rocio Guerrero Special Ed Classroom Assist $22,857 10-03-1991
Kevin Y Trejo Special Ed Classroom Assist $10,855 08-30-2017
Myron K Ford Special Ed Classroom Assist $6,686 10-06-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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