Scott Huber


Scott Huber earned $157,407 in 2017 as a Firefighter/Paramedic for Mundelein. Huber had worked in this position since October 13, 2008.

Huber earned more than 95.69% of employees in Mundelein.

Other Firefighter/Paramedics at Mundelein

Name Position Salary Start Date
Clifton Englund Firefighter/Paramedic $148,377 10-13-2008
Brett Clark Firefighter/Paramedic $123,957 09-22-2014
Gilbert Rubio Firefighter/Paramedic $123,442 07-17-2000
David Myers Firefighter/Paramedic $121,288 04-11-2001
Kevin Miller Firefighter/Paramedic $114,803 01-04-1999
John Peters Firefighter/Paramedic $110,303 11-16-2003
Kurt Rodewald Firefighter/Paramedic $110,149 06-16-2004
Brad Sashko Firefighter/Paramedic $104,008 02-15-2010
Michael Nasca Firefighter/Paramedic $102,925 08-24-2015
Daniel Buhrmester Firefighter/Paramedic $102,854 03-06-2013
Michael Dippel Firefighter/Paramedic $98,924 01-04-1999
John Crispe Firefighter/Paramedic $97,295 08-24-2015
Jacqueline Stone Firefighter/Paramedic $96,523 10-09-2006
Joshua Gould Firefighter/Paramedic $66,475 10-14-2016
Brian Haag Firefighter/Paramedic $66,475 05-15-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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