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Federal Employee Profile — William L. Joseph

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GS-15 Top 10%

William L. Joseph

Title: Program Manager

Agency: Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement

In 2017, William L. Joseph was a Program Manager at the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As our dataset only goes as far back as 2004, it is likely that has worked in the federal government prior to 2004.

William L. Joseph is a GS-15 under the general schedule payscale and is among the highest-paid ten percent of employees in the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement.


Year Occupation Paygrade Base Salary Bonus Location
2017 Program Management GS-15 $155,073 $4,000 Tulsa, Oklahoma
2016 Program Management GS-15 $148,680 $0 Tulsa, Oklahoma
2015 Program Management GS-15 $143,095 $0 Alton, Illinois
2014 Program Management GS-15 $141,675 $2,500 Alton, Illinois
2013 Program Management GS-15 $132,692 $0 Alton, Illinois
2012 Program Management GS-15 $132,692 $0 Alton, Illinois
2011 Program Management GS-15 $128,900 $1,250 Alton, Illinois
2010 Program Management GS-15 $125,109 $2,000 Alton, Illinois
2009 Program Management GS-15 $119,211 $2,100 Alton, Illinois
2008 General Physical Science GS-14 $107,077 $3,400 Alton, Illinois
2007 Miscellaneous Administration And Program GS-15 $108,320 $3,110 Alton, Illinois
2006 General Physical Science GS-14 $99,203 $0 Alton, Illinois
2005 General Physical Science GS-14 $93,946 $0 Alton, Illinois
2004 Geology GS-13 $83,994 $1,400 Alton, Illinois
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William L. Joseph's 2017 pay is 12% higher than the average Program Manager across all agencies.
William L. Joseph's 2017 pay is 111% higher than the average pay of a GS employee at the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement.
William L. Joseph's pay trend during his or her government career in the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement:

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