Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 212

SALARY NAME Position
$105,376.96 paid in 2018 Gregory Avery Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$105,330.10 paid in 2018 Leonard Pepper Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$105,280.85 paid in 2018 Aaron D. Marshall Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$105,245.83 paid in 2018 Kevin Austin Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$105,126.51 paid in 2018 Darryl Porteous Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$105,116.81 paid in 2018 Jamie Bullock Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$105,033.47 paid in 2018 Troy Hanc Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$104,999.47 paid in 2018 Susana Ferreira Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$104,952.23 paid in 2018 Robert Charbonneau Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$104,038.18 paid in 2018 Robert Swain Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$103,984.68 paid in 2018 Leashea Sage Nuclear Security Officer First Line Manager Assistant
Ontario Power Generation
$103,686.92 paid in 2018 Brian Ball Nuclear Security Officer First Line Manager Assistant
Ontario Power Generation
$103,320.33 paid in 2018 Bradley Ott Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$103,171.17 paid in 2018 Barry Jones Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$103,136.90 paid in 2018 Daphne Weeks Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$103,020.95 paid in 2018 Derek Rohleder Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$102,810.66 paid in 2018 Alexander Gordon Lacroix Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$102,800.56 paid in 2018 Wayne Todosey Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$102,784.39 paid in 2018 Scott Mackay Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$102,770.11 paid in 2018 Peter Clark Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
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