Positions Rank at Ontario Power Generation

Total result: 25

SALARY NAME Position
$232,439.80 paid in 2018 Rene Cadene Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$217,945.75 paid in 2018 Dave Homer Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$212,141.99 paid in 2018 Darwin King Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$199,969.23 paid in 2018 Christopher Speck Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$171,414.59 paid in 2018 Dave Janzen Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$164,175.18 paid in 2018 Dennis Garriock Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$163,536.80 paid in 2018 Tim Murphy Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$159,094.06 paid in 2018 Robert Greenslade Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$157,104.56 paid in 2018 George Simpson Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$155,859.16 paid in 2018 Tom Chaval Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$155,700.30 paid in 2018 Philip Way Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$153,314.82 paid in 2018 Ryan Eddy Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$147,430.62 paid in 2018 Timothy Boehnert Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$145,946.08 paid in 2018 Alan Mccormick Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$142,916.01 paid in 2018 Jeffrey Hagar Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$141,297.28 paid in 2018 Robert Mcleod Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$138,160.87 paid in 2018 Roy De Luca Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$137,848.34 paid in 2018 Alain Poulin Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$137,699.22 paid in 2018 Shawn Whelen Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
$135,308.03 paid in 2018 Matthew Storey Thermal Operating Supervisor
Ontario Power Generation
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