Juan M Octaviano


Juan M Octaviano earned $77,943 in 2017 as a Parks/Forestry Worker Iii for Evanston Public Works Agency/Env. Octaviano had worked in this position since June 29, 1998.

Octaviano earned more than 83.33% of employees in Evanston Public Works Agency/Env.

Other Parks/Forestry Worker Iiis at Evanston Public Works Agency/Env

Name Position Salary Start Date
Rachid Asemgar Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $76,235 04-01-2008
Chappell Arnold Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $74,062 06-05-2000
Javier Chavez Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $72,984 11-14-2005
Curtis D Sales Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $70,674 03-04-1987
Kevin J Lasauskas Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $69,958 05-28-2002
Michael P Deleskiewicz Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $69,861 07-09-2001
Wenneth O Ogunremi Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $69,180 11-22-1999
Rene M Corona Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $68,792 09-11-2000
Edgar G Vazquez Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $68,499 12-03-2012
Dario Rojas Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $68,494 01-10-2005
Omar Segura Rivera Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $61,124 09-19-2016
Abraham Octaviano Parks/Forestry Worker Iii $58,781 11-16-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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