Metropolitan Water Reclamation District
$190 millionTotal expenditure
The median salary in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District is higher than 100.00% of Regional median salaries in Illinois.
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District spent more on payroll in 2017 than 75.00% of other employers in the Regional category.
The highest spending department in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District is the Maintenance & Operations, with an annual payroll expenditure of $92,834,161.
Employees View all (2040)
Top earners in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District
|David St Pierre||Executive Director||Metropolitan Water Reclamation District General Administration||$292,428|
|Catherine O'Connor||Director Of Engineering||Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering||$264,164|
|John Murray||Director Of Maintenance And Operations||Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations||$261,903|
|Edward Podczerwinski||Director Of Monitoring And Research||Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Monitoring & Research||$253,595|
|Brett Garelli||Deputy Director Of M & O||Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations||$253,589|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
Departments View all (11)
Top-spending departments in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District
|Department||Number of employees||Median salary||Total expenditure|
|Maintenance & Operations||978||$94,922||$93 million|
|Monitoring & Research||296||$90,556||$27 million|
|General Administration||121||$90,654||$11 million|
|Information Technology||66||$116,566||$8 million|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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