Under the direction of the Assessment Division Manager, the Commercial Property Appraiser 1 inspects small apartment and basic commercial properties for sale, permit, and valuation review.
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The Community Outreach Coordinator works with stakeholders to address and resolve critical issues related to the Fire and Police Commission’s work, including ensuring the quality and effectiveness of the citizen complaint process, fostering opportunities for positive and collaborative interaction between the community and the public safety departments, and facilitating matters related to the Collins Settlement Agreement.
Under the direction of the Commanding Officer and/or the Crime and Intelligence Manager, the Crime Analyst collects, collates, analyzes, disseminates, and evaluates data to discover developing trends, patterns, and changes in criminal activity.
The Crime Analyst may be assigned to the Office of Management, Analysis and Planning (OMAP), the Fusion Division, or the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Districts.
The Early Voting Coordinator plans and performs all the activities associated with In-Person Absentee Voting (IPAV) for the City of Milwaukee.
The Electrical Inspector conducts related system inspections in commercial, industrial, and residential buildings to ensure compliance with applicable codes.
The Elevator Inspector 3 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 ensure that equipment installed in the City of Milwaukee complies with federal, state, and local codes. Inspection work includes testing elevators and reviewing plans or specifications for new or existing elevator installations.
Under the supervision of the Fire and Police Commission, the Emergency Communications Director serves as head of the Department of Emergency Communications and oversees the day-to-day operations of the 911 emergency communications center, including all aspects of emergency communications, from handling citizens’ 911 calls for service to communications between first responders. The major areas of responsibility include: PSAP and radio governance, personnel oversight, fiscal operations and planning, and communications systems operations. The Emergency Communication Director is also responsible for communicating with the Fire and Police Commission, and its associated committees, and the Common Council, and its associated committees.
The Emergency Response Planning Director develops, implements, and evaluates cost-effective and outcome-based strategies for the Milwaukee Health Department’s (MHD’s) emergency preparedness program.
The Equipment and Tool Mechanic 3 maintains, repairs, and inventories the machinery, shop equipment, power tools, and hand tools both at the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW)-Distribution field headquarters and at field locations.
The Equipment Operator I performs 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 the direction of the Employes’ Retirement System (ERS) Deputy Chief Investment Officer, the Pension Investment Analyst conducts due diligence on investment managers and monitors performance and compliance for the ERS’s $5.5 billion investment portfolio.
Under the direction of the Senior Planner, the Graduate Intern conducts special projects, research, and analysis regarding historic preservation issues.
Performing basic bibliographic, reference, readers’ advisory and programmatic work, the Librarian Associate gains practical experience working in a public library while independently earning a master’s degree in library and information studies.
The Municipal Services Electrician inspects, installs, services, repairs and maintains electrical equipment for the City of Milwaukee's street lighting, traffic control, water and sewer instrumentation, communication network systems, buildings, and facilities.
The Parking Enforcement Officer enforces all parking and abandoned vehicle regulations, while providing accurate, parking-related information and customer service to the public.
Under direction of the Neighborhood Services Operations Director, the Permit and Development Center Manager directs all administrative and operational functions associated with the City of Milwaukee’s plan review and permit process, including business planning, process improvement, and performance measurement.
The Plumbing Inspector conducts inspections of private and public premises to verify compliance with City and State plumbing codes.
Police Officers preserve public peace, protect life and property, work within the community to prevent crime, and enforce ordinances of the City of Milwaukee and the laws of the State of Wisconsin.
Under the direction of the Data Services Manager, the Programmer Analyst performs a range of programming and systems analysis duties in support of the business needs of the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD).
Under the direction of the Laboratory Director, the Public Health Laboratory Operations Manager is responsible for operational and business functions, quality assurance, and outreach for the Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) laboratories.
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), 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 Empowering Families of Milwaukee (EFM) Program Manager, the Public Health Social Worker (PHSW) functions as part of a multi-disciplinary case management team that focuses on the psychosocial needs of families.
The Tire Repair Worker inspects, repairs, and maintains tires and hoses on all department vehicles and apparatus.
The Vehicle Service Writer provides administrative and operational support for the Fleet Repairs Section.
With a focus on pump, treatment and chemical filtration changes and plant integration, the Water Treatment Plant Operator 1 maintains process control of the MWW water treatment plants and distribution pumping systems to meet production requirements for high quality, sufficient drinking water.