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Current Employment Opportunities, City of Milwaukee

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Applications may only be completed via the online employment center.  Select a job title below to view the current salary, essential functions of the position, minimum education and experience requirements, application deadline, as well as to apply.

 


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Violence Prevention Research Coordinator

The Position Under the direction of the Violence Reduction & Prevention Program Director, the Violence Prevention Research Coordinator leads the collection, analysis, interpretation and visual implementation of data for the Office of Violence Prevention (OVP). This position is responsible for the data management and routine statistical analysis used in program evaluation and public health research, both internal to the Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) and designated community and academic partners. The Coordinator is responsible for presenting data to internal and external stakeholders using interactive data visualization solutions including GIS mapping, Tableau and other state of the art tools. The incumbent in this title plays a key role in understanding and approaching violence from a public health prospective which requires consistent and reliable information to inform strategies, policy, and program evaluation.

Personnel Payroll Assistant III

The Personnel Payroll Assistant III supports the human resource functions of the Department of Public Works (DPW), including onboarding of new hires to the Department, and processes payroll, including time entry, payroll processing and payroll/personnel reporting.

Construction Management Engineer

The Construction Management Engineer is responsible for the supervision, preparation, coordination and inspection for the Public Works construction contracts for City and/or State Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WISDOT) sewer, bridge, street and alley infrastructure improvement projects.

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Administrative Specialist

The Administrative Support Specialist performs highly responsible administrative work related to the advancement of racial equity and inclusion in City government and ensures the effective functioning of the Division’s responsibilities pertaining to the Racial Equity and Inclusion Leadership Team, the Small Business Enterprise Program and the Equal Rights Commission.

Architect III

Under the general direction of the Architectural Project Manager, the Architect III defines the scope of and coordinates capital projects, including new construction and alterations. The Architect III is responsible for all aspects of a project from conception through construction and closeout.

Clinic Assistant

Under the supervision of the WIC Health Project Coordinator, the Clinic Assistant assigned to the Women, Infants, and Children Special Supplemental Nutrition Program (WIC) provides client and administrative services such as registration, health screening, and food benefit issuance for clients of the WIC Program at various Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) clinics.

Commissioner of Assessments

As the chief administrative officer of the Assessor’s Office, the Commissioner of Assessments is responsible for carrying out the statutory and local ordinance requirements for the valuation of the City’s accessible property.

Construction Management Engineer

The Construction Management Engineer is responsible for the supervision, preparation, coordination and inspection for the Public Works construction contracts for City and/or State Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WISDOT) sewer, bridge, street and alley infrastructure improvement projects.

Continuum of Care Specialist

The Continuum of Care (CoC) Specialist provides dedicated support and coordination efforts to the CoC Leadership Committee, Board of Directors and the Full Body.

ERS Network Administrator

The ERS Network Administrator is the senior lead network architect, engineer, and administrator and is responsible for the Employes’ Retirement System’s (ERS) network-related documentation, maintenance, support, upgrades, evolution, and deployment of hardware and software solutions for business systems, pension operations, and disaster recovery.

Fire Cadet

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 Repairs Manager

To meet the fleet requirements of City operations, the Fleet Repairs Manager directs workflow, balances shop capacity and coordinates repair activities across two shifts at five separate locations.

Grant Monitor

Under the leadership of the Associate Director, the Grant Monitor position is responsible for overseeing and evaluating assigned Community Development projects.

Human Resources Representative/ Human Resources Analyst-Senior and Human Resources Analyst

Under the direction of the Staffing Services Manager, the Human Resources Representative/Analyst-Sr./Analyst provides recruitment and staffing services to fill positions at all levels in City Departments.

Medical Laboratory Technician

Under the supervision of the Public Health Deputy Laboratory Director, the Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) performs laboratory testing of clinical samples and provides analytical testing support to the Milwaukee Health Department Laboratory (MHDL). The incumbent in this position primarily supports the outpatient clinic laboratories.

Personnel Payroll Assistant III

The Personnel Payroll Assistant III supports the human resource functions of the Department of Public Works (DPW), including onboarding of new hires to the Department, and processes payroll, including time entry, payroll processing and payroll/personnel reporting.

Programmer Analyst

The Programmer Analyst is responsible for programming changes for the Case Automated Tracking System (CATS), which is the Municipal Court’s proprietary case management information system, and for programming for the public facing website, which interacts with CATS.

Violence Prevention Research Coordinator

The Position Under the direction of the Violence Reduction & Prevention Program Director, the Violence Prevention Research Coordinator leads the collection, analysis, interpretation and visual implementation of data for the Office of Violence Prevention (OVP). This position is responsible for the data management and routine statistical analysis used in program evaluation and public health research, both internal to the Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) and designated community and academic partners. The Coordinator is responsible for presenting data to internal and external stakeholders using interactive data visualization solutions including GIS mapping, Tableau and other state of the art tools. The incumbent in this title plays a key role in understanding and approaching violence from a public health prospective which requires consistent and reliable information to inform strategies, policy, and program evaluation.

Water Distribution Repair Worker I

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.

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