Josef is a minor antagonist in the 1969 James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service. He is a guard at the Piz Gloria clinic, which is in reality a front for the criminal organization SPECTRE. He was portrayed by Joseph Vasa.
Josef greets MI6 agent James Bond, who is at the sham clinic investigating Ernst Stavro Blofeld, when he arrives at the Piz Gloria, booking him into his room and scheduling him a meeting with a doctor. During the first half of the film, Josef is constantly seen in the background, at one point putting through a phone call warning Blofeld that Bond's ally Shaun Campbell is scaling the mountain to Piz Gloria, resulting in his capture. Josef then puts another call through ordering his execution.
While escaping from Piz Gloria, Bond takes an elevator to the main floor, but does not exit, making Josef suspicious. He goes to investigate, only for Bond to burst from the door, beating him unconscious and storing him in a ski room. Josef is not seen again after this, but his two most likely fates are that he either died during the later siege on Piz Gloria or he was elsewhere at the time, escaping the previous fate.