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1. Olympia Fields Park District General Department

Salary expenditure: $124k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
2. Olympia Fields Park District Recreation Department

Salary expenditure: $117k
Number of positions: 3

Data year: 2017
3. Olympia Fields Park District Maintenance Department

Salary expenditure: $55k
Number of positions: 6

Data year: 2017
4. Olympia Fields Park District Accounting Department

Salary expenditure: $47k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
5. Olympia Fields Park District Recreation Coordinator Department

Salary expenditure: $34k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
6. Olympia Fields Park District Legal Department

Salary expenditure: $32k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017
7. Olympia Fields Park District Summer Camp Department

Salary expenditure: $18k
Number of positions: 7

Data year: 2017
8. Olympia Fields Park District Secretarial Department

Salary expenditure: $18k
Number of positions: 5

Data year: 2017
9. Olympia Fields Park District Contracted Program Instruction Department

Salary expenditure: $7k
Number of positions: 6

Data year: 2017
10. Olympia Fields Park District Program Instruction Department

Salary expenditure: $7k
Number of positions: 3

Data year: 2017
11. Olympia Fields Park District Park Attendant Department

Salary expenditure: $1k
Number of positions: 1

Data year: 2017

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