An Assistant City Attorney performs professional legal services for the City of Milwaukee by acting in matters relating to legal work and protecting the interests of the City of Milwaukee.
Under the guidance and direction of DPW managers and supervisors, Construction Laborer Interns are required to meet established program criteria, complete prescribed training components, pass a physical performance exam, and obtain the State of Wisconsin Commercial Driver Learner Permit without the airbrakes restriction prior to being considered for an appointment to the City Laborer position.
This position provides professional accounting and related financial management services for the Department of City Development economic development programs, specifically for Tax Increment Districts (TIDs), Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), Neighborhood Improvement Districts (NIDs) and Redevelopment Authority of City of Milwaukee (RACM) bond issues. The position also provides professional accounting and related financial management services for the Century City Redevelopment Corporation (CCRC) and for the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation (NIDC) activities.
Under the direction of the Management Civil Engineer Senior, the Engineering Drafting Technician performs computer-aided drafting of construction plans related to roadway paving, sewer construction, street lighting, traffic signals, underground conduit systems, water systems and other mapping/drawing-related functions.
Engineering Technicians perform functions in one or more of the following areas: construction, transportation, environmental, traffic and water engineering.
Fire Cadets are uniformed civilian employees who work in an apprentice-style program designed to prepare Cadets for a career as Milwaukee Firefighters. Duties include training, education, community relations, as well as fire house duties. The assignments are widely varied so that the Fire Cadet will gain a broad range of operational and administrative experience. Fire Cadets are required to meet established program criteria to complete a prescribed college curriculum and a physical fitness program prior to being considered for appointment to Firefighter.
Repairs, replaces, adjusts, and maintains all equipment related to facilities for the City of Milwaukee. Work includes preventative maintenance, repairs, programming and operation of HVAC, plumbing, mechanical, pneumatic and digital systems for high rise, commercial class A buildings and other City of Milwaukee facilities.
The Municipal Services Electrician inspects, installs, services, repairs and maintains electrical equipment for the City’s street lighting, traffic control, water and sewer instrumentation, communication network systems, buildings, and facilities.
Working with patients in the Sexual and Reproductive Health Program, the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program, and the Milwaukee Breast and Cervical Cancer Awareness Program (MBCCAP), the Nurse Practitioner creates health plans, performs screenings and follow-up care, and provides clinical practice direction to Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) nursing and medical assistant staff.
Under the direction of the Parking Enforcement Supervisor, the Parking Enforcement Officer is responsible for enforcing all parking and abandoned vehicle regulations while providing accurate, parking-related information and customer service to the public.
Public Health Nurses assigned to the Maternal and Child Health Division or to the Disease Control and Environmental Health Division of the City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) engage in a variety of population-based and individual nursing activities in homes, schools, clinics and community settings designed to assure that health care is accessible and available to residents. While the majority of the positions are dedicated to maternal and child health care outcomes, additional employment opportunities in more specialized nursing assignments may also be available. These assignments may be in one of the following programs: Empowering Families of Milwaukee, Nurse Family Partnership, Communicable and Infectious Disease, Home Environmental Health, Immunization, and the Sexual and Reproductive Health Program.
Teen Outreach Interns assist in implementing the library’s “Connected Learning for Teens” initiative, fulfilling the mission and vision of MPL and employing the strategies outlined in the Library's “MPL 2020: Our plan for the Future” (https://www.mpl.org/about/mpl_2020/). Interns serve as faces and voices for the Library, spearheading teen outreach projects and developing new programs for teens in the Milwaukee community. They consult on space design and redesign, mentor their peers, and host engaging events, all while developing critical career skills in the process.
Under the general direction of the Transportation Engineering Planner, the Traffic Operations Assistant performs traffic studies and compiles and analyzes data related to transportation functions.
Vehicle Services Technicians inspect, maintain, and repair operating systems for a variety of automobiles, light trucks, vans, heavy trucks and equipment, and other miscellaneous City-owned equipment.
Under the direction of the Water Field Supervisor, the Water Meter Technician will install, test, exchange, remove and perform on-site repair of water meters and the attached electronic transmitting devices in private residences and businesses throughout the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) service area.
The Water Plant HVAC Maintenance Technician provides expertise for HVAC systems preventive maintenance, repair, installation, removal and replacements in all areas of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and low pressure boilers in the two water treatment plants, three pumping stations and various booster stations of the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW).