City of Milwaukee 9-1-1 Telecommunicators 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 Administrative Assistant II is the initial contact for visitors to the Department of Employee Relations (DER) and to the Fire and Police Commission (FPC) and provides direct support to the Staffing Division/Certification Section.
The Auditor conducts internal audits of City departments, boards, commissions, programs, and operations, as well as special management reviews. These audits evaluate internal control, economy, efficiency, effectiveness, compliance with applicable laws, regulations, management policies, and standard accounting practices. Audits are a significant component ensuring the City’s internal financial and management controls.
The Civil Engineer prepares engineering designs and plans, and performs 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 Civil Engineer IV-Structural is responsible for complete project delivery, scheduling, design, and review of buildings and bridge projects.
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.
The Electrical Services Machinist I uses machinist tools to produce precision metal parts and installs and maintains equipment for the Department of Public Works (DPW)-Infrastructure Services Division.
As part of the MHD’s environmental health management team, the Environmental Health Coordinator (EHC) provides day-to-day oversite to assure that work performed by inspectors and administrative staff meets departmental, state and national standards.
Under the direction of the Consumer Environmental Health Supervisor, the Environmental Health Specialist (EHS) applies environmental and public health control measures to preserve human health, safety, and welfare and protects consumers from fraudulent practices in all commercial transactions involving determinations of quantity.
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 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 Health Budget and Administration Manager serves at the chief adviser to the Health Commissioner on strategic financial planning and budgeting, grant funding allocation and general business operations. The incumbent in this position is responsible for policy development through the performance of financial management functions including grant and project review and implementation, budget preparation and monitoring, accounting activities, purchasing, capital and asset forfeiture management, and other financial duties.
The Help Desk Specialist II records and resolves all information technology issues reported by departmental users by providing first line technical support for all Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) computer system users and locations. The Help Desk Specialist II is part of a team that provides 24/7/365 help desk coverage, logging, tracking, and resolution of trouble and support calls.
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).
There are four openings for the position of Management Trainee; successful candidates will be placed in an appointment that will last up to 12 months in one of the following departments: the Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS), the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD), the Department of Public Works (DPW) -Administrative Services and DPW – Infrastructure.
The Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) Laboratory is seeking a detail-oriented, timeline-driven, recent college graduate for the position of Management Trainee; the successful candidate will be placed in an appointment that will last up to 12 months.
The Management Trainee will assist the MHD Leadership in managing the administration of multiple operational, technical and grant-funded projects, and will provide assistance documenting program metrics and tracking the demonstrable objectives and deliverables that impact Laboratory performance and outcomes.
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.
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.
Office Assistant IIIs help Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) units to operate efficiently by performing difficult and responsible clerical work requiring a command of administrative procedures, automated systems, and departmental policies and procedures. Office Assistant IIIs deliver superior customer service, exercise independent judgment, and may serve as lead workers and trainers for a small team of clerical staff.
The Police Records Specialist I serves 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 Assessment Division Manager, the Property Appraiser 3 inspects residential properties for sale, permit and valuation review and assists in the valuation of Personal Property.
Public Health Nurses at 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. Nursing assignments may be in one of the following programs: Empowering Families of Milwaukee (EFM), Parents Nurturing and Caring for their Children (PNCC), Communicable Disease, Tuberculosis Prevention and Care, Home Environmental Health, Milwaukee Breast and Cervical Cancer Awareness and Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Under the direction of the Assessment Division Manager, the Senior Property Appraiser I inspects all classes of properties for sale, permit and valuation review.
The Water Treatment Plant Operator and Senior Water Treatment Plant Operator, as part of a treatment plant team, operate a water treatment plant and distribution pumping system to meet production requirements for high quality, sufficient drinking water, with a focus on pump, treatment and chemical filtration changes, plant integration and overall process control.
The Systems Analyst-Senior assists the Fire Information Systems Manager in managing Milwaukee Fire Department (MFD) technology systems by supporting, maintaining, and upgrading technical systems, including servers, desktop and laptop computers, smartphones, and software applications.
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 Quality Operations Manager provides operational oversight to the Water Quality Section laboratories to ensure strict compliance with local, state and federal regulations in all quality assurance, testing and monitoring activities.
Under the guidance and direction of the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) managers and supervisors, Manufacturing Youth Apprentices perform minor maintenance repairs to all Water system equipment and assist and learn from machine repair staff. Youth Apprentices learn to do basic and major repairs to all Water Works plants systems equipment. The Youth Apprentice is the first step for the Water Plants Machine Repairperson promotional series.