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City employee salaries

The following is a list of salaries by the city of South Lake Tahoe, which is in the process of developing a study that will determine appropriate pay and job descriptions for its 205 employees.

Other salaries (monthly, low range)

— Accountant – $3,725

— Accounting Supervisor – $4,470

— Accounting Technician – $2,531

— Administrative clerk – $2,027

— Administrative secretary – $2,726

— Airport assistant – $2,660

— Airport maintenance supervisor – $3,634

— Airport technician – $3,009

— Assistant city clerk – $3,292

— Assistant engineer – $4,148

— Assistant management analyst – $3,634

— Assistant planner – $3,589

— Associate civil engineer – $4,575

— Associate management analyst – $4,011

— Associate planner – $3,948

— Battalion chief – $5,789

— Building inspector – $3,241

— Building official – $5,010

— Chief of police – $6,620

— City attorney – $7,470

— City clerk – $4,811

— City manager – $9,724

— Communications coordinator – $3,360

— Community service officer – $2,611

— Custodian – $2,027

— Director of community development – $6,633

— Director of finance – $5,979

— Director of public works – $6,633

— Dispatcher trainee – $2,757

— Economic development coordinator – $4,539

— Economic development specialist – $3,577

— Engineering technician – $3,241

— Equipment mechanic – $3,085

— Evidence technician – $3,615

— Exec secretary – $2,985

— Facilities manager – $3,914

— Facilities worker – $3,162

— Fire captain – $4,077

— Fire chief – $6,491

— Fire engineer – $3,516

— Firefighter – $3,185

— Firefighter/parademic – $3,185

— Fleet manager – $4,320

— Heavy equipment operator – $2,864

— Housing assistant – $2,936

— Housing coordinator – $4,011

— Housing rehabilitation specialist – $3,577

— Human resources coordinator – $3,292

— Human resources manager – $4,539

— Information systems manager – $4,539

— Inventory control specialist – $2,936

— IS technician – $3,405

— Lead equipment mechanic – $3,405

— Lead parks maintenance worker – $3,162

— Lead street maintenance worker – $3,162

— Legal coordinator – $3,634

— Loan program specialist – $3,577

— Network systems administrator – $3,948

— Park maintenance worker – $2,595

— Parks & Recreation superintendent – $4,536

— Permit technician – $2,351

— Planning technician – $2,936

— Police lieutenant – $5,120

— Police operations worker – $2,595

— Police officer – $3,836

— Police records technician – $2,112

— Police sergeant – $4,452

— Principle building inspector – $3,948

— Principle civil engineer – $5,263

— Principle planner – $4,539

— Public safety dispatcher – $2,937

— Public works inspector – $3,241

— Purchasing agent – $4,011

— Purchasing technician – $2,531

— Records supervisor – $2,970

— Recreation coordinator – $3,162

— Recreation receptionist – $2,027

— Recreation supervisor – $3,666

— Redevelopment & housing manager – $5,718

— Risk management coordinator – $4,011

— Secretary – $2,470

— Senior accounting technician – $2,795

— Senior administrative clerk – $2,237

— Senior airport assistant – $2,936

— Senior building inspector – $3,577

— Senior police records technician – $2,425

— Senior recreation receptionist – $2,237

— Sign maintenance worker – $3,085

— Senior community service officer – $3,082

— Senior park maintenance – $2,864

— Senior public works inspector – $3,577

— Street maintenance worker – $2,595

— Street superintendent – $4,320

— Street supervisor – $3,634

— Transportation & Solid Waste coordinator – $5,010


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