Under supervision, City Laborers perform light to heavy manual work. City Laborers are employed by the Department of Public Works (DPW) in the following areas: Streets, Sewers, Electrical Services, Sanitation, Water, and Forestry; assignment to an area is based on the needs of the City.
Under the direction of the Electrical Inspection Supervisor, the Electrical Inspector conducts electrical systems inspections in commercial, industrial, and residential buildings to ensure compliance with applicable codes.
Under the direction of the Electrical Inspection Supervisor, the Elevator Inspector conducts inspections of passenger and freight elevators, chair lifts, handicap lifts, escalators, moving walks, and dumbwaiters. These inspections take place in commercial and industrial buildings to insure that equipment installed in the City of Milwaukee meets the standards prescribed by State and City codes. Inspection work includes testing elevators and reviewing plans or specifications for new or existing elevator installations.
The Engineering Technician IV supports the engineering and architectural staff in estimating, contractor contacts, performing field surveys, creating and maintaining records and reports, filing and performing paving project functions. There are positions available in both the Facilities Management and Street Lighting sections of DPW-Infrastructure.
Under the general direction of the Shop and Maintenance Supervisor or the Lead Equipment Mechanic, the Equipment Mechanic III is responsible for repairing and maintaining a large fleet of outdoor power equipment used by the DPW- Operations-Forestry Section in landscape and tree maintenance operations.
Under the direction of the Building Construction Inspection Division Manager, the Fire Protection Engineer Supervisor develops, plans, and coordinates inspection and plan review services provided under the Fire Protection Section of the Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS) Construction Trades Division, including inspection of fire sprinkler systems, fire suppression systems, fire standpipe systems, and fire alarm systems (proposed), as well as plan review of fire protection and fire alarm systems.
Under the direction of the Senior Planner, the Graduate Intern conducts special projects, research, and analysis regarding various historic preservation issues.
Under the general direction of the Policy and Administration Manager, the IT Security Audit Analyst is responsible for providing vision and leadership for developing and supporting information technology security initiatives and for serving as the main contact in the division for IT audit activities.
Under the direction of the Environmental Health Field Services Manager, the Lead Risk Assessor I (LRA) assigned to the Home Environmental Health Division of the Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) is responsible for conducting citywide inspections and risk assessments of residential properties for lead hazards to prevent childhood lead poisoning. The LRA is also responsible for facilitating lead hazard reduction and conducting enforcement activities as needed.
Under the general direction of the License Coordinator, the License Specialist I processes applications and permits in accordance with state statues, city ordinances and departmental procedures.
The Network Administrator is responsible for the network documentation, maintenance, support, and release of the Employes’ Retirement System (ERS) Cisco networking hardware and software solutions for business pension operations and disaster recovery.
The Operations Driver Workers provide professional driving and critical manual laboring functions, including municipal solid waste and recycling collection, street sweeping, snow and ice control, and operation of heavy equipment for the Department of Public Works. This position is critical to the cleanliness, health and safety of the City, its residents and visitors.
Under the direction of the ERS Deputy Chief Investment Officer, the Pension Investment Analysts monitor performance and compliance relative to the ERS investment portfolio.
Under the direction of the Development Center Manager, the Plan Examiner III and Plan Examiner II examine plans, specifications and other data pursuant to all the regulations of the State of Wisconsin building and heating, ventilating and air conditioning code, City of Milwaukee building and zoning codes and those of other regulatory agencies, for the construction of new structures and buildings and proposed alterations and additions to existing structures and buildings and related mechanical systems.
Under the direction of the Police Records Manager and Police Records Supervisor, the Police Records Specialist I will serve as a key subject matter expert in the classification and coding of crime reports processed by the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) and reported to the State of Wisconsin and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Under the direction of the Well Woman’s Program Manager, the Public Health Nurse Coordinator assigned to the Milwaukee Breast and Cervical Cancer Awareness Program (MBCCAP) of the Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) coordinates, handles case management, and assumes leadership in Well Woman's cancer screenings in collaboration with health care providers, educational institutions, and community based organizations. The incumbent in this position also provides case management and coaching services for the WISEWOMAN cardiovascular risk reduction program.
Under the direction of the Empowering Families of Milwaukee (EFM) Program Manager, the Public Health Social Worker (PHSW) functions as part of a multi-disciplinary case management team with the focus on the psychosocial needs of families. The PHSW serves as an advocate for MHD clients/families and provides case management, consultation, assessment and referral services to Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) clients in multiple settings including homes, schools, clinics and childcare centers.
The Public Works Inspector inspects the installation of sewer and water mains, asphalt and concrete pavement, building sewer laterals, water services, water plant work, tunnel and monolithic concrete sewer construction, bridges and other miscellaneous construction.
The Tire Repair Worker I is responsible for inspecting, repairing, and replacing tires, tire tubes and rims on all City of Milwaukee fleet and construction vehicles.
The Water Accounting Manager directs, guides and supervises the operations of the Accounting Services Work Unit of the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) and is responsible for overseeing the operating budget preparation for the entire Utility, including the administration of payroll activities, and for overseeing expenditure processing and control for the MWW. The Water Accounting Manager directs the principles and regulation for account methods and documentation within the Milwaukee Water Works in compliance with the Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC)