Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 16

SALARY NAME Position
$136,487.52 paid in 2018 Bill Palo Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$126,653.90 paid in 2018 Andree Servage Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$124,063.61 paid in 2018 Philip Kwasnicia Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$120,113.76 paid in 2018 Kevin Borges Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$116,382.14 paid in 2018 Kevin Krupa Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$114,634.18 paid in 2018 Robert John Mcleod Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$114,608.68 paid in 2018 Dan Bisson Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$112,381.19 paid in 2018 Douglas Stronghill Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$111,366.14 paid in 2018 Bill Taylor Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$110,562.96 paid in 2018 Stacey Moore Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$110,260.80 paid in 2018 William Bakker Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$109,936.12 paid in 2018 Larry Decorte Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$107,981.38 paid in 2018 Alan Shimens Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$106,962.52 paid in 2018 Derick Brooks Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$105,542.95 paid in 2018 Grant Lamont Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
$105,224.75 paid in 2018 Doris Hando Planning and Scheduling Technician
Ontario Power Generation
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