Under the general direction of the Business Operations Manager, the Accountant III manages accounting for the state and federal aid funded and local funded paving and bridge projects and sewer projects. The Accountant III prepares grant reimbursement requests, analyzes state progress reports, manages contracts and prepares reports on special studies as requested.
Under the general direction of the Police Facilities Manager, the Building Maintenance Supervisor II has primary responsibility for the supervision of mechanics and custodial personnel on the first, second, and third shifts in the maintenance and operation of the Police Administration Building, plus nine other police facilities used on a 24-hour basis.
The Civil Engineer is responsible for performing a variety of professional duties including designing, planning, and/or construction 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 College Intern assigned to the Appraisal Division of the Assessor’s Office will assist staff with research projects, develop reports, and provide departmental support services by collecting, analyzing, maintaining, and presenting research data and information related to residential and commercial property values and adjustments.
Under the guidance and direction of DPW managers and supervisors, Construction Laborer Interns are required to meet established program criteria and to complete prescribed training components, pass a physical performance exam, and obtain the State of Wisconsin Commercial Driver Learner Permit without the airbrakes restriction prior to being considered for an appointment to the City Laborer position.
Under the direction of the Electrical Inspection Supervisor, the Elevator Inspector conducts inspections of passenger and freight elevators, chair lifts, handicap lifts, escalators, moving walks, and dumbwaiters. These inspections take place in commercial and industrial buildings to insure that equipment installed in the City of Milwaukee meets the standards prescribed by State and City codes. Inspection work includes testing elevators and reviewing plans or specifications for new or existing elevator installations.
Under the direction of the Management Civil Engineer Senior, the Engineering Drafting Technician performs computer-aided drafting of construction plans related to roadway paving, sewer construction, street lighting, traffic signals, underground conduit systems, water systems and other mapping/drawing-related functions.
Engineering Technicians perform technical duties in one or more of the following areas: construction, transportation, environmental, traffic and water engineering.
Under the direction of the Fire Police Commission (FPC) Risk Manager, the FPC Risk Auditor assists in detecting, analyzing and deterring risk in the Milwaukee Police and Fire Departments.
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, administrative and clerical functions, 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 course of college curriculum and a physical fitness program prior to being considered for appointment to Firefighter.
The Healthcare Access Program Manager oversees all outreach and enrollment efforts for the Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) through the Community Healthcare Access Program (CHAP), while simultaneously supervising, training and supporting staff. The incumbent in this position collaborates with community partners to assist their clientele or employees with enrollment for health insurance and other public benefits, and on an ongoing basis, identifies potential new community organizations or entities that are likely to reach the uninsured or Medicaid insured populations.
On a part-time basis, under the supervision of the Management Librarian, Library Circulation Aides perform general clerical duties, including shelving, shelf-reading, shifting library materials, performing limited circulation services at customer service desks, and assisting with opening and closing procedures.
Repairs, replaces, adjusts, and maintains all equipment related to facilities for the City of Milwaukee. Work includes preventative maintenance, repairs, programming and operation of HVAC, plumbing, mechanical, pneumatic and digital systems for high rise, commercial class A buildings and other City of Milwaukee facilities.
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.
The Operations Driver Workers provide critical driving and laboring functions, including municipal solid waste and recycling collection, street sweeping, snow removal, and operation of heavy equipment for the Department of Public Works. This position is critical to the cleanliness and health of the City and its residents.
Police Aides are uniformed civilian employees who serve in an apprentice-style program designed to prepare them for a career as a Police Officer. Duties include administrative and clerical functions and processing of department arrestees. The assignments are widely varied so that the Police Aide can experience a broad range of operational and administrative functions. Police Aides are required to meet established criteria by completing a prescribed course of college curriculum and a physical fitness program prior to being considered for appointment to Police Officer.
Under the direction of the Information Systems 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). The Programmer Analyst defines, develops, tests, analyzes, and maintains new software applications as well as researches, documents, and modifies software specifications throughout the production life cycle.
The Public Health Emergency Response Planning Coordinator, assigned to the Disease Control and Prevention (DCP) Division, is primarily responsible for the development of written emergency plans and protocols, identification of internal and external resources, and coordination of assets that may be deployed or managed by the MHD during both man-made or naturally occurring community emergencies.
Under the direction of the Well Woman’s Program Manager, the Public Health Nurse Coordinator assigned to the Milwaukee Breast and Cervical Cancer Awareness Program (MBCCAP) of the Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) coordinates, handles case management, and assumes leadership in Well Woman's cancer screenings in collaboration with health care providers, educational institutions, and community based organizations. The incumbent in this position also provides case management and coaching services for the WISEWOMAN cardiovascular risk reduction program.
Public Health Nurses assigned to the Maternal and Child Health Division and Disease Control and Environmental Health Division in 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. While the majority of the positions are dedicated to maternal and child health care outcomes, additional employment opportunities in more specialized nursing assignments may also be available. These include Empowering Families of Milwaukee, Nurse Family Partnership, Communicable and Infectious Disease, Home Environmental Health, Immunization, and Women’s HIV Program.
Under the direction of the Long Range Planning Manager, the Senior Planner carries out data analysis, visualization, and GIS mapping to support the Department of City Development’s (DCD) neighborhood planning and housing and economic development efforts. The Senior Planner collects, analyzes, and reports on demographic, economic and land use data in connection with comprehensive plans, redevelopment plans, and studies for the development and redevelopment of districts and project areas within the City. The Senior Planner manages projects requiring complex data analysis and visualization and identifies the most effective strategies to use data and mapping to advance departmental goals and inform city policymakers.
Under the direction of the Information Systems Manager, the Systems Security Administrator (Security Manager) provides vision and leadership for developing and supporting information technology (IT) security initiatives for the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD).
Under the general direction of the Transportation Operations Engineer, the Transportation Operations Assistant performs traffic studies and compiles and analyzes data related to various transportation functions.
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.