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  • Courier/Independent Contractor
    CHP Hazardous Materials Transportation Required (Must have or willing to get). Purple is looking for courier/delivery persons for an On-demand Gas Delivery...
  • Operations & Maintenance Technician
    The following Career Opportunity is currently available within Chesapeake Utilities Corporation. Position: Operations & Maintenance Technician Location:
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CHP Jobs
Community Health Specialist
CDPHP - Albany, NY
Trailer Mechanic - Starting at $18.00 per hour
Trailer/Chassis Fleet Services - Carson/Wilmington - STARTING AT $18.00 per hour - Carson, CA
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Recent CHP Salaries (October 25, 2016)
Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma $42,860 Norman, OK, 73019 01/05/2015
General OMRON $65,998 Houston, TX, 77001 09/07/2015

CHP salary is full-time annual starting salary. Intern, contractor and hourly pay scale vary from regular exempt employee. Compensation depends on work experience, job location, bonus, benefits and other factors.

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CHP Information
  • Chp Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: College Park, MD
  • CHP creates electricity and thermal energy simultaneously; thus cutting emissions and land-use impacts; achieving higher reliability, security, power quality; husbanding scarce fuel resources; deferring or avoiding upgrades to electric transmission and distribution infrastructure; and doing so without incurring electric ratepayer costs.