Patrick Michael Coleman Smith

Summary

Patrick Michael Coleman Smith earned $27,169 in 2018 as a Firefighter for Fire. Smith had worked for this employer since August 17, 2015.

Smith earned more than 91.06% of employees in Fire.

Employment history for Patrick Michael Coleman Smith

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Firefighter $26,643 $526 08-17-2015 2018
Firefighter $11,128 $6,503 Not reported 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$9,538

+ 54.10%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$15,515

+ 139.42%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

-$5,977

-91.91%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Firefighter at Fire in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Jon M Sloop Firefighter $47,082 05-10-1989
Nicholas M Carollo Firefighter $23,291 12-01-2015
William J Eberhardt Firefighter $23,052 04-25-2012
Michael P Sunzere Firefighter $22,754 11-09-2016
Aaron Anderson Firefighter $19,795 11-03-2017
Scott Bolda Firefighter $17,994 09-06-1996
Daniel R Francis Firefighter $17,345 12-14-2017
Joseph T Braasch Firefighter $16,679 04-08-2016
Zachary Bolda Firefighter $14,612 04-18-2017
Daniel A Vozar Firefighter $13,380 12-12-2016
Candance Marie McCartan Firefighter $13,099 01-05-2015
James Boehner Firefighter $11,386 07-03-1979
James R Baum Firefighter $11,036 10-09-2006
Lynn A Weir Firefighter $10,371 02-13-2017
Scott M Kirkpatrick Firefighter $9,347 06-11-2007
William Toberman Jr Firefighter $9,060 06-02-2017
Mark Bachert Firefighter $6,593 01-09-1989
Bradley James Wiater Firefighter $6,402 01-08-2018
John Tieri Firefighter $5,010 09-06-2017
Thomas Ronald Comise Firefighter $4,913 08-13-2015
Justin M Wiater Firefighter $4,439 05-29-2007
William J Joyce Jr Firefighter $4,327 01-06-2017
Jacob Loosemore Firefighter $4,006 10-04-2017
Jacob Ruhbeck Firefighter $3,919 05-05-2018
Kyle R Meyer Firefighter $3,881 06-26-2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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