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Current City of Milwaukee Employment Opportunities

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911 Telecommunicator

The City of Milwaukee is seeking applicants to answer non-emergency and emergency 911 telephone lines. A competitive applicant would possess strong multi-tasking skills, good judgement, ability to make decisions quickly, and provide instructions. These skills combined with extensive on the job training would be used to perform daily job duties and resolve most work problems.

Assistant City Attorney I/II/III

As a staff member of the Office of the City Attorney (OCA), an Assistant City Attorney performs professional legal services to advance and protect the interests of its clients, including the employees and departments of the City of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.

Building Codes Enforcement Manager-Residential

The Building Code Enforcement Manager-Residential directs the Residential Building Inspection Division, which is responsible for code enforcement operations including fire, license, vacant building and environmental health inspections.

Building Construction Inspection Division Manager

Provide vision, direction, and managerial oversight for all trades inspection activities for the City of Milwaukee Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS) including construction, plumbing, cross connection, electrical, elevator, fire protection, and boiler inspection.

CADD And GIS Technician 3

The CADD and GIS Technician 3 performs tasks related to the update and maintenance of Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) mapping and the Geographic Information System (GIS) as well as prepares and designs engineering construction drawings and plans using Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) software for the MWW Capital Improvements Program (CIP).

Communications Assistant IV

The Communication Assistant IV assigned to Fleet Dispatch coordinates fleet availability for scheduled assignments and processes calls reporting absences, repair requests, fuel requests, accidents, or other information for Dispatch management.

Custodial Worker 3

The Custodial Worker 3 performs custodial and maintenance duties and serves as a lead worker, scheduling and assisting the Custodial Workers 1 and 2 in the performance of team assignments within the Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) system.

Electrical Inspector 3

The Electrical Inspector conducts system inspections in commercial, industrial, and residential buildings to ensure compliance with applicable electrical codes.

Engineering Technician IV

The Engineering Technician IV conducts water main replacement, water distribution system repair, and lead service line replacement inspections to ensure compliance with and enforcement of Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) specifications.

Environmental Risk Officer 1

The Environmental Risk Officer conducts fire, license, permit and complaint inspections of various businesses for building maintenance, occupancy, fire prevention, life safety, environmental, and hazardous material compliance.

Equal Rights Complaints Liaison

The Equal Rights Complaints Liaison receives, reviews, refers, and tracks all Constituent Equal Rights Complaints, in compliance with City Ordinance Chapter 109, and works with the Equal Rights Commission (ERC) to establish a compliant and appropriate referral structure for jurisdictional and non-jurisdictional complaint investigations.

Equipment Operator 1

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.

Facilities Control Specialist

The Facilities Control Specialist is responsible for inspecting, testing, repairing, and maintaining the Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) System’s Building Control Systems.


Firefighters respond to a wide range of emergencies, performing rescue, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and firefighting duties. Firefighters also operate equipment, maintain equipment and facilities, engage in fire prevention education, pre-fire planning inspections, and carry out other specialized assignments.

GIS Analyst

Under the direction of the Water Information Technology Supervisor, the GIS Analyst provides technical support to Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) in the areas of geographic information system (GIS) mapping, data services, cartographic design, and map production projects, including design, development, analysis, training, and user support.

Housing Compliance Officer 1

The Housing Compliance Officer 1 with the City of Milwaukee Health Department provides a high level of specialized inspections and investigative service relating to intensive enforcement of lead abatement.

Industrial Machine Repair Mechanic 2

The Industrial Machine Repair Mechanic 2 performs preventative maintenance and basic repairs to MWW equipment and facilities, operates equipment to perform snow and ice control, and performs routine duties at outlying booster stations. The incumbent will assist with complex repairs, equipment installation and replacement and troubleshooting electrical, HVAC and automation systems and equipment.

Lead Enrollment Coordinator

Assigned to the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPP), the Lead Enrollment Coordinator for the City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) contacts tenants and property owners interested in the Primary Prevention Program. Priority is given to families with children with elevated blood levels with completed lead hazard investigations. The incumbent coordinates the timely application and completion of client income verification, serves as the ambassador of the grant program, and ensures payment requests for lead hazard reduction activities, in addition to maintaining all records and files for grant compliance.

Legislative Fiscal Analyst-Lead

Under the general direction of a Legislative Research Supervisor, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst-Lead conducts research, drafts legislation, analyzes budget items, and performs fiscal review for the City of Milwaukee Common Council.

Police Officer

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.

Youth Fleet Apprentice

Under the direction of Fleet Repair management and job site mentors, the Youth Apprentice receives on-the-job training relative to automotive or medium/heavy truck maintenance. The Youth Apprentice works full-time during the summer and/or part-time during the school year.

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