The Assessment Appeals Director manages all property tax assessment appeals and related lawsuits, working closely with senior managers and the Office of the City Attorney to effectuate successful processing of cases. The Assessment Appeals Director provides supervision, training, and expertise for managers and appraisers.
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.
The Civil Engineer is responsible for performing a variety of professional duties relative to design, planning, and/or construction review and/or inspection in one or more of the following areas: sewer and environmental engineering, water engineering, street, highway and transportation engineering, traffic engineering, and structural engineering.
The Customer Service Representative III (Bilingual) performs customer service functions, court-related clerical duties and Spanish-English interpretation and translation for the public, defendants, witnesses, legal professionals and staff of the Municipal Court.
The Electrical Engineer is responsible for researching, designing, and preparing plans and specifications for medium and low voltage electrical systems or street lighting projects.
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.
The Facilities Maintenance Supervisor has primary responsibility for the supervision of custodial and maintenance personnel and for the mechanical operations of the Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) system, including the historic landmark Central Library and 13 other facilities.
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.
Under the direction of the Human Resources Manager, the Human Resources Analyst provides a full range of professional personnel services to City departments, employees, and the public in meeting all facets of City departments’ human resources needs. The primary focus of this position is the classification and compensation of City of Milwaukee positions.
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 Market Development Manager is responsible for business development for Port Milwaukee including advancing Port Milwaukee’s position within domestic and foreign markets, facilitating supply chain solutions with Port tenants and customers as well as developing and maintaining partnerships that generate cargo, revenue, job growth, and economic development in the region.
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.
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.
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 Distribution Repair Worker I and Water Repair Worker serve as part of a crew that repairs and maintains the water distribution system so that customers have quality, sufficient water with minimal interruption.