Sean Michael Moore

Summary

Sean Michael Moore earned $83,229 in 2018 as a Special Education Teacher for Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd. Moore had worked for this employer since September 23, 2002.

Moore earned more than 76.75% of employees in Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd.

Employment history for Sean Michael Moore

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Special Education Teacher $72,467 $10,761 09-23-2002 2018
Special Education Teacher $86,629 Not reported 09-23-2002 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

-$3,400

-3.93%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$14,162

-16.35%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Special Education Teacher at Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Dominick Demario Foster Special Education Teacher $94,305 09-18-1990
Mary Beth Malinowski Special Education Teacher $85,825 10-05-1992
Darlene D Schnur Special Education Teacher $79,934 02-10-1992
Lisa M Lemoine Special Education Teacher $78,407 08-31-2011
Laura Michelle Parsons Special Education Teacher $76,448 08-28-2002
Anne Lisa Plous Special Education Teacher $75,146 09-05-1988
James A Tamburrino Special Education Teacher $67,241 08-31-2011
Steven A Maples Special Education Teacher $67,062 04-20-2005
Perrick S. Robinson Special Education Teacher $63,146 06-18-2007
Elzbieta M Maziarka Special Education Teacher $58,129 08-27-2003
Yesenia G Escobar Special Education Teacher $53,853 02-06-2006
Sarah M. Greco Special Education Teacher $50,391 01-05-2016
Katherine Flores Special Education Teacher $46,883 04-21-2014

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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