he City of Milwaukee is seeking an energetic, innovative public works leader to oversee the Department of Public Works (DPW). The ideal candidate will possess the passion, vision and public works leadership experience to work tirelessly to build upon the DPW’s proud history and to strategically lead the DPW forward.
The Community Outreach Liaison will spearhead community outreach efforts for the Department of City Development’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) programs to create a bridge between the community (residents, neighborhood organizations, real estate professionals, lenders, developers, and other community stakeholders) and the City's ARPA programs.
The Elevator Inspector conducts inspections of passenger and freight elevators, chair lifts, accessible lifts, escalators, moving walks, and dumbwaiters. These inspections take place in commercial and industrial buildings to ensure that equipment installed in the City of Milwaukee complies with federal, state and local codes.
Inspection work includes testing elevators and reviewing plans or specifications for new or existing elevator installations.
Under the direction of the Police Fleet Manager, the Emergency Vehicle Equipment Installer installs, troubleshoots, and repairs emergency vehicle systems, including mobile radios, mobile computers, mobile in‑car video systems, license plate readers, and other law enforcement vehicle equipment.
The Engineering Drafting Technician performs computer-aided drafting of construction plans related to roadway paving, sewer construction, street lighting, traffic signals, underground conduit systems, and water systems.
Engineering Drafting Technician I and II will be open for applications several times throughout 2022. See the chart below. *Only applicants who meet the minimum requirements of the job will be invited to participate in the selection process.
The Engineering Technicians II and IV conduct water main replacement, water distribution system repair, and lead service line replacement inspections to ensure compliance with and enforcement of Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) specifications.
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Fire and Police Commission (FPC) Staffing Services Manager directs the testing and recruitment staff in developing and administering the selection processes for public safety positions.
The HVAC Maintenance Technician repairs, replaces, adjusts, and maintains equipment related to facilities for the City of Milwaukee.
The Information Services Manager supervises and ensures the efficient operation of the network, client servers, databases, and equipment for the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD).
Under the direction of the Public Health Laboratories Director, the Public Health Assistant Laboratories Director-Clinical assists with the clinical and molecular laboratories’ new program development; administrative, budgetary, and strategic planning; and overall operational support for managing the Milwaukee Health Department Laboratory (MHDL) quality services and regulatory compliances. The incumbent serves as the technical director for the clinical laboratory and manages daily operations in the microbiology, virology, and molecular sections.
The Real Estate Specialist will assist in the program management of the Department of City Development’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) real estate initiatives, including the acquisition and disposition of City tax foreclosed properties for redevelopment as affordable housing.
The Telecommunications Analyst‑Project Leader is responsible for leading a team that provides advanced level expertise and direction in the design, development, implementation, maintenance, and support of the citywide network and its components.
The Water Distribution Repair Worker I serves as part of a crew that repairs and maintains the water distribution system to ensure that customers have quality, sufficient water with minimal interruption.
These first shift positions are within the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) treatment plants and pumping stations. MWW offers work assignments and training opportunities to encourage promotion through this job series.
The Water Plant Machine Repairperson provides journey-level machine repair expertise and serves as the lead worker for the preventive maintenance, repair, removal and installation of all mechanical equipment in the MWW facilities. This is the final phase in the promotional series for the water plants machine repair personnel.
The Water Plant Machinery Mechanic independently performs system-wide installation, preventive maintenance and repair duties on medium-duty water system equipment. The Water Plant Machinery Mechanic assists skilled trades personnel in performing complex and/or heavy-duty assignments. This is the second phase in the promotional series for water plants machine repair personnel.
The Water Plant Facility Mechanic performs minor maintenance repairs to all MWW system equipment and assists skilled trades personnel as needed. This entry-level position is the first in the three-step promotional series for Water Plants machine repair personnel.