City of Milwaukee 9-1-1 Operators (ECO/FD) provide for the operation of the Milwaukee Police and Fire Departments’ Computer Aided Dispatch System and Enhanced 9-1-1 system. Requests for service vary from life threatening emergency responses to fulfilling legal and administrative requirements for police or fire personnel involvement.
The City Engineer is responsible for managing and directing all activities of the Infrastructure Services Division within the Department of Public Works (DPW). The City Engineer is a part of the DPW leadership team and reports to the Mayor, with daily reporting responsibility to the Commissioner of Public Works.
Under the direction of the Electrical Inspection Supervisor, 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 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.
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.
The names of eligible candidates who successfully complete the selection process will be placed on the highest level eligible list for which the candidate qualifies.
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.
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.
Fleet Maintenance Technicians (FMTs) maintain and repair heavy and light City fleet equipment, including installing tires, towing, and performing related field work. FMTs are vital to ensuring the safe and secure daily operations of DPW garage and fueling facilities, including performing property maintenance and snow removal. Some FMTs serve in a lead worker capacity.
The Maintenance Technician 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.
NOTE: The eligible list resulting from this examination may be used to fill Municipal Services Electrician positions within various City of Milwaukee departments, including the Department of Public Works, the Milwaukee Public Library and the Milwaukee Water Works
Under the direction and guidance of designated Municipal Services Electricians, a Municipal Services Electrician Apprentice performs duties related to installing, repairing and maintaining electrical systems and equipment for Street Lighting, Traffic Control, Communications, Facilities, Water/Sewer Instrumentations and movable bridges.
PURPOSE: Under the direction of the WIC Program Manager, the Nutritionist provides client, nutrition, and administrative services to the City of Milwaukee Health Department’s (MHD) Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) special supplemental nutrition program. The person in this position serves as a lead worker for dietetic technicians, clinic assistants, and WIC office support staff.
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 direction of the Worker’s Compensation Manager, the Paralegal performs a variety of administrative duties in support of worker’s compensation litigation.
The Plan Examiner III serves two key functions in the plan examination process: 1) to examine plans and specifications pursuant to applicable regulations and codes for new construction of buildings as well as for proposed alterations and additions to existing buildings and related mechanical systems, and 2) to serve as a lead worker to coordinate case management, assignments, and schedules.
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 and assessment and referral services to Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) clients in multiple settings including homes, schools, clinics and childcare centers.