Michael R Contreras

Summary

Michael R Contreras earned $144,829 in 2017 as an Escalator Mechanic for Chicago Transit Authority Facilities Maintenance.

Contreras earned more than 99.05% of employees in Chicago Transit Authority Facilities Maintenance.

Other Escalator Mechanics at Chicago Transit Authority Facilities Maintenance

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michael E Keele Escalator Mechanic $152,857 N/A
Khuong B Khou Escalator Mechanic $145,115 N/A
Leonel Rodriguez Escalator Mechanic $142,580 N/A
Thomas J Parish Escalator Mechanic $137,014 N/A
Ashour A Daniel Escalator Mechanic $133,141 N/A
Steven Miedziejewski Escalator Mechanic $132,460 N/A
Jeffery S Casillas Escalator Mechanic $131,161 N/A
Liam P Carey Escalator Mechanic $129,910 N/A
Nicholas Villasenor Escalator Mechanic $128,188 N/A
James Roberts Escalator Mechanic $128,083 N/A
Norman N Shoy Escalator Mechanic $127,451 N/A
Enid Murphy-Lewis Escalator Mechanic $126,118 N/A
Jose D Guzman Escalator Mechanic $124,247 N/A
John B Marrero Escalator Mechanic $122,053 N/A
Matthew Brownlee Escalator Mechanic $119,533 N/A
Stanley Dyson Escalator Mechanic $118,013 N/A
Yassin Omer Namdar Escalator Mechanic $108,605 N/A
Keith L Johnson Escalator Mechanic $107,352 N/A
Scott S Cohen Escalator Mechanic $105,243 N/A
Carlos Juan Garcia Escalator Mechanic $96,029 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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