Snelling Chan Hoskin

Summary

Snelling Chan Hoskin earned $75,000 in 2017 as an Executive I for Illinois Department Of Public Health.

Hoskin earned more than 45.17% of employees in Illinois Department Of Public Health.

Other Executive Is at Illinois Department Of Public Health

Name Position Salary Start Date
Norma Rose Moss Executive I $94,000 N/A
Stephen J Carrig Executive I $84,800 N/A
Emily L Siefken Executive I $80,900 N/A
Louise A Roberts Executive I $79,100 N/A
Beau M Elam Executive I $79,000 N/A
Emily D Doering Executive I $79,000 N/A
Kristen N Nolen Executive I $79,000 N/A
Robyn L Sanner Executive I $76,200 N/A
Eleanor M Davis Executive I $72,900 N/A
Sue A Morris Executive I $71,700 N/A
James A Reed Executive I $71,700 N/A
Ivonne P Easley Executive I $70,100 N/A
Efrain D Rivera Executive I $68,600 N/A
Carla L Cox Executive I $67,500 N/A
William C Bryant Executive I $63,300 N/A
Debra P Richards Executive I $63,200 N/A
Brianne L Madden Executive I $59,900 N/A
Katie S Beard Executive I $56,000 N/A
Bich Hang T Nguyen Executive I $53,900 N/A
Timothy C Stevens Executive I $51,900 N/A
Annette B Komperda Executive I $50,500 N/A
Cassidy L Chambers Executive I $49,800 N/A
Jacob A Whited Executive I $48,800 N/A
Omege D James Executive I $46,700 N/A
Nickolaus E Florian Executive I $33,500 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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