Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 212

SALARY NAME Position
$116,096.47 paid in 2018 Robert H. Anderson Nuclear Security Officer First Line Manager Assistant
Ontario Power Generation
$116,071.50 paid in 2018 Michael Aird Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,890.15 paid in 2018 Bryan Wolfe Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,873.16 paid in 2018 Jeffrey Tippett Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,817.35 paid in 2018 Cory Sanders Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,806.89 paid in 2018 Geoffrey Martin Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,785.21 paid in 2018 Nicole Suley Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,614.26 paid in 2018 Kenneth John Thompson Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,490.17 paid in 2018 Sean Martin Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,294.49 paid in 2018 Patrick O'Brien Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$115,208.71 paid in 2018 Peter Cuciurean Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$114,239.58 paid in 2018 Jakub Skwara Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$114,009.68 paid in 2018 Chadd Wiley Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,998.66 paid in 2018 Bryan Fox Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,986.03 paid in 2018 Jason Monkman Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,892.04 paid in 2018 Andrew Baynes Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,803.67 paid in 2018 Sean Graham Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,735.70 paid in 2018 Jeffrey Budden Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,627.64 paid in 2018 Daniel Bergeron Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
$113,568.33 paid in 2018 Stephen Heldt Nuclear Security Officer
Ontario Power Generation
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