Federal Employee Profile — Donald L. Clifton
Donald L. CliftonFormer Employee
Title: Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic
Agency: Department of Energy
In 2012, Donald L. Clifton was an Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic at the Department of Energy in Folsom, California. As our dataset only goes as far back as 2004, it is likely that Clifton has worked in the federal government prior to 2004.
In 2012, Donald L. Clifton was a WB-00 under the wage positions under the federal wage sy payscale.
|2012||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$138,786||$276||Folsom, California|
|2011||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$134,069||$600||Folsom, California|
|2010||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$130,041||$1,800||Folsom, California|
|2009||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$123,863||$750||Folsom, California|
|2008||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$117,936||$3,050||Folsom, California|
|2007||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$109,901||$1,050||Folsom, California|
|2006||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$103,599||$975||Folsom, California|
|2005||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$96,712||$900||Folsom, California|
|2004||Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic||WB-00||$92,976||$1,850||Folsom, California|
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