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The City of Milwaukee is looking for a champion of workforce development and training programs for City residents, including those participating in the City of Milwaukee’s Residence Preference Program. The main purpose of the Workforce Development Coordinator is to connect City residents with programs and services, especially those opportunities leading to employment in the construction industry, and to act as a clearing house for all workforce training and development programs in the city.
The Call Center Supervisor reports to the Call Center Operations Manager and is responsible for supervising, training, and scheduling a team of professional customer service representatives who respond to requests for service and information from citizens, other departments, and City officials on a daily basis. The Call Center Supervisor plays a critical role in maintaining customer service excellence by monitoring UCC activities, using performance measures, and ensuring data integrity and accuracy. In addition, the person in this position assesses City operations by engaging in process mapping and reporting on call center metrics.
The Accountant III serves as the lead worker to the accounting staff of the Milwaukee Water Works in the following specialty areas: GAAP accounting, audits, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), accounting for debt service and grants and budget.
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT/FIELD SUPPORT:
None at this time.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE:
HOURLY, PART-TIME and INTERMITTENT
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City Hall, Room 706
200 E. Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3515
(414) 286-5555 (job hotline)
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