Other City of Milwaukee Employment Opportunities
Each of the following agencies has their own application procedure. Application materials are not to be submitted to the Department of Employee Relations.
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Applications for School Crossing Guard, part-time (regular and substitute) are being accepted by the Milwaukee Police Department Safety Division. Applications and job descriptions are available at the Safety Division's website.
The City of Milwaukee Election Commission is looking for hardworking citizens that have a dedication to democracy and protecting voter rights to work at the polls. Applications and job descriptions are available at the Election Commission's website.
Compete Milwaukee is a partnership between the Mayor, Common Council, workforce development agencies and private employers, with the goal of connecting unemployed and underemployed Milwaukeeans with employment opportunities. It accomplishes this by providing unemployed city residents temporary work in a variety of professional disciplines, while at the same time providing job readiness training, career counseling and ultimately, a pathway to family supporting employment.
We invite you to consider working with us to advance HACM's mission to foster strong, resilient and inclusive communities by providing a continuum of high-quality housing options that support self-sufficiency, good quality of life, and the opportunity to thrive. Applications and job descriptions are available at the HACM Employment Opportunities website.
Links to the employment websites for Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD), Milwaukee County, State of Wisconsin, and Federal Government.
Under the supervision of the Department of City Development’s Human Resources Officer, the Program Coordinator will be responsible for the administration of the City of Milwaukee’s Earn & Learn Summer Youth Internship Program (SYIP), which employs roughly 140 interns over the course of the summer, many for their first work experience. The Program Coordinator will supervise up to six Team Leaders and design the programming of the SYIP. This position requires driving to various worksites throughout the City of Milwaukee.
Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, Team Leaders are responsible for approximately 25-30 high school-aged interns in the City of Milwaukee’s Earn & Learn Summer Youth Internship Program. Team Leaders work as mentors and educators, guiding youth through their first work experience. This may include driving to various worksites throughout the City of Milwaukee.