The Civil Engineer II is the principal design engineer for Port Milwaukee and is responsible for the design and specification of dock walls, piers, roadways and pavement, dredging, railroad track, buildings, utilities and other harbor-related facilities.
Under the direction of the Streetcar System Manager, the Civil Engineer III is responsible for capital transit project development and implementation for The Hop streetcar system expansion, in accordance with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Project and Project and Construction Management requirements and all other applicable federal regulations.
The Civil Engineer III also assists the Streetcar System Manager in managing the rail transit agency.
The Custodial Worker II – City Laborer is responsible for the overall cleanliness and upkeep of City buildings and grounds. Incumbents perform custodial duties and routine maintenance tasks.
The DCD Accountant Lead provides professional accounting and related financial management services for the Department of City Development economic development programs.
The Environmental and Disease Control Specialist assigned to the Emergency Preparedness and Environmental Health (EPEH) Unit of the Disease Control and Environmental Health Services Division performs epidemiological investigations and surveillance associated with potentially adverse environmental and communicable disease exposures within the community.
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.
The Equipment Parts Assistant ensures the availability of essential parts for the repair and maintenance of city vehicles and equipment by applying efficient inventory control, parts procurement, and expedited order procedures.
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.
The Functional Applications Analyst-Senior works with internal and external stakeholders to analyze needs and requirements for the development, implementation, testing, documentation, and maintenance of computer-based applications and databases for the Milwaukee Fire Department (MFD).
The Greenhouse and Nursery Manager manages the City of Milwaukee nursery operations, overseeing personnel engaged in the propagation, production, cultivation, pest control, pruning, and harvesting of 20,000+ trees and 300,000+ annuals, perennials, and shrubs. The resident Greenhouse and Nursery Manager superintends the 160-acre site, providing 24/7/365 security for the property and facilities, and monitors and coordinates emergency repairs to HVAC, irrigation, and mechanical systems.
The Department of Public Works (DPW)-Forestry Services is responsible for the design, planning, planting, and management of approximately 200,000 street trees, boulevards, landscapes, green spaces, and beautification projects within the City of Milwaukee. The primary goal is to efficiently manage the urban landscape to provide a better quality of life for Milwaukee's residents and visitors.
Under the direction of the Empowering Families of Milwaukee (EFM) Program Manager, the Health Project Supervisor assigned to the Direct Assistance to Dads (DAD) Project and the Healthy Start Fatherhood Engagement subcontract is responsible for outreach strategy, referral management, and cross collaboration between programmatic areas.
The HVAC Maintenance Technician repairs, replaces, adjusts and maintains all equipment related to facilities for the City of Milwaukee.
The Information Services Manager supervises and ensures the efficient operation of the network, client servers, databases, and equipment for the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD).
In order to prevent childhood lead poisoning, the Lead Risk Assessor I (LRA) assigned to the Home Environmental Health Division of the Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) conducts related inspections, risk assessments and enforcement activities.
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 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.
The Plumbing Inspector conducts inspections of private and public premises, including residential, governmental, commercial, and industrial, in order to verify compliance with City and State plumbing codes.
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.
Under the direction of the Revenue and Financial Services Manager, the Senior Financial Analyst evaluates complex financial data and makes recommendations to aid in fiscal decision-making and policy development
The Streetcar System Manager directs all aspects of The Hop streetcar system as a designated rail transit agency.
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.
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.
The Water Meter Technician installs, tests, exchanges, removes and performs 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.