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Name Position Department Gross Comp.
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $97,002
Public Relations Specialist ACADEMIC $94,757
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $93,338
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $89,578
Public Relations Specialist ACADEMIC $89,281
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $88,846
Public Relations Specialist HOSPITALS & CLINICS $87,804
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $85,649
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $83,670
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $82,318
Public Relations Specialist ACADEMIC $80,010
Public Relations Specialist ACADEMIC $74,040
Public Relations Specialist CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER $73,667
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $73,330
Public Relations Specialist HOSPITALS & CLINICS $73,142
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $73,091
Public Relations Specialist Contract $72,121
Public Relations Specialist ACADEMIC $66,553
Public Relations Specialist Administration $63,722
Public Relations Specialist CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER $63,649
Public Relations Specialist Institutional Support $44,327
Public Relations Specialist Iron County $35,568
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $31,417
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $18,031
Public Relations Specialist SUPPORT $13,714
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Bluffdale City was updated on Nov. 20, 2013, for Fiscal Year 2013. Records based on gross compensation, including benefits and other additional pay, for the 2013 fiscal year. Benefits are not paid to the employee, but paid on behalf of the employee. Records are supplied by the State of Utah from its transparency website. Data includes a breakout of pay type for each profile/record. If a name is protected by law, the name will be displayed as "Not Provided." Users can determine actual pay by excluding reimbursements, employee benefits, meal allowances, and compensation.