Positions Rank at Agriculture and Rural Development

Total result: 161

SALARY NAME Position
$278,090.00 paid in 2014 Jason Russell Krips Deputy Minister
Agriculture and Rural Development
$199,490.00 paid in 2014 Peter Dobbie Farmers' Advocate
Agriculture and Rural Development
$190,155.00 paid in 2014 Jamie Curran Assistant Deputy Minister
Agriculture and Rural Development
$179,400.00 paid in 2014 David Burdek Assistant Deputy Minister
Agriculture and Rural Development
$171,759.00 paid in 2014 Gerald Hauer Executive Director Animal Hlth
Agriculture and Rural Development
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Ken James Gossen Executive Director
Agriculture and Rural Development
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Connie Phillips Strat Dir, R & I Strategy
Agriculture and Rural Development
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Jeff Stewart Executive Dir, Food Safety&Ext
Agriculture and Rural Development
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Heather Behman Executive Director HR Services
Agriculture and Rural Development
$159,592.00 paid in 2014 Sean Royer Executive Director
Agriculture and Rural Development
$156,109.00 paid in 2014 John Samuel Brown Executive Director
Agriculture and Rural Development
$154,250.00 paid in 2014 Margaret Halldorson Senior Financial Officer
Agriculture and Rural Development
$151,734.00 paid in 2014 Sandra Mary Honour Head, Safe Food Branch
Agriculture and Rural Development
$145,325.00 paid in 2014 Jagdish Patel Section Head, Pathology
Agriculture and Rural Development
$144,703.00 paid in 2014 Rob Pungor Executive Director
Agriculture and Rural Development
$142,322.00 paid in 2014 Hernan Ortegon Section Head, Animal Health Pg
Agriculture and Rural Development
$139,537.00 paid in 2014 Donald Brown Executive Director, E&C Div.
Agriculture and Rural Development
$137,908.00 paid in 2014 Delores Peters Section Head, Epidemiology
Agriculture and Rural Development
$137,445.00 paid in 2014 Jason A Kotowich Dir, Industry Invstmnts (ALMA)
Agriculture and Rural Development
$136,721.00 paid in 2014 James Todd Calpas Exec. Dir. Crop Res. & Ext.
Agriculture and Rural Development
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