City of Milwaukee 9-1-1 Operators (ECO II/FD) 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.
Under the direction of the DCD Accounting Manager, the Accountant II provides professional accounting and related financial management support for the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation (NIDC) and Department of City Development (DCD) accounting activities.
The Administrative Assistant II functions as an executive and confidential administrative assistant to the Department of City Development (DCD), supporting the Long Range Planning, Planning Administration, and Real Estate staff.
The Administrative Assistant II performs complex clerical, secretarial and administrative work for the Deputy Director of Employees’ Retirement System and the Chief Investment Officer. The incumbent serves as backup for the Employees’ Retirement Board’s Administrative Assistant.
Under the general direction of the Architectural Project Manager, the Architect III defines the scope of and coordinates capital projects, including new construction and alteration projects. The Architect III is responsible for all aspects of a project from conception through construction and closeout.
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.
Under direction of the Policy and Planning Director, the Crime and Intelligence Manager supervises a staff of strategic and tactical analysts who perform short and long term analysis of crime trends, crime patterns, and crime series, as well as collect and interpret data and statistics using quantitative and qualitative methods. In the performance of this role, the Crime and Intelligence Manager has a direct impact on Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) geographic commands and investigations as well as outside agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.
The DCD Accountant Lead provides professional accounting and related financial management services for the Department of City Development (DCD) economic development programs, including Tax Increment Districts (TIDs), Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), Neighborhood Improvement Districts (NIDs) and Redevelopment Authority of City of Milwaukee (RACM) bond issues. The position also provides professional accounting and related financial management services for the Century City Redevelopment Corporation (CCRC) and Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation (NIDC) activities.
The DPW Business Operations Analyst oversees the planning, implementation, monitoring, product evaluation, and overall management of production technologies including RouteSmart Technologies software, wireless work order systems, Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI) geographic information systems (GIS), ESRI Workforce systems, and Global Positioning Systems (GPS).
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 Systems Integration Manager, the GIS Developer-Project Leader leads work within the GIS team to provide mapping and data services to all City of Milwaukee departments. The GIS Developer-Project Leader is responsible for Map Milwaukee development and support.
The Health Communication Officer (HCO) manages staff and functions associated with marketing and communications, media and community relations, and graphics/web services for the City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD).
Under the direction of the Librarians in charge of various MPL work units or their designees, Librarian Is and IIs help open a world of materials, services, and programs to patrons, as well as serve as liaisons to community partners.
LIBRARIAN I: Librarian Is perform basic bibliographic, reference, readers’ advisory, and programming work as well as participate in a full range of librarian activities, including reference service, community service, outreach, programming, basic collection development, and readers’ advisory service. Emphasis is placed upon developing a comprehensive background in all phases of librarianship throughout the library system and includes children's, young adult, and/or adult services.
LIBRARIAN II: Librarian IIs perform some of the same functions as a Librarian I, but also assume higher level responsibilities, such as assisting in training and supervising Librarians Is and other subordinate employees and developing ways to extend the services of the Library to the community through programs, information gathering, and knowledge of community needs.
Library Circulation Assistant Is perform customer service functions in a proactive manner at the Milwaukee Public Library (MPL), assisting the public with checkout and registration, charging and discharging library materials, handling book retrieval and searches, entering information into the computer system, and assisting in clerical duties associated with book acquisition.
Under the general direction of the Deputy Library Director of Public Services, the Library Public Services Area Manager-Head of Branches serves a key leadership role, directing MPL’s branch managers in the planning and administration of branch library services systemwide, including programming, outreach, budgeting, staffing, performance management, security, and facilities planning. The Manager ensures that programming meets the needs and demands of the community and helps to advance the Library Strategic Plan.
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.
Under the direction of the ERS Chief Financial Officer, the Pension Accounting Manager performs accounting, pension benefits and administrative work in order to prepare of financial reports for the Employes’ Retirement System. The Pension Accounting Manager coordinates complex accounting work activities that have significant impact on overall business unit effectiveness and member satisfaction.
Under the general direction of the Water Systems Analyst Sr., the Programmer Analyst is primarily responsible for the creation of reports for Milwaukee Water Works staff using IBM Cognos Analytics software.
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 Empowering Families of Milwaukee (EFM) Program Manager, the Public Health Social Worker (PHSW) functions as part of a multi-disciplinary case management team with the focus on the psychosocial needs of families. The PHSW conducts personal/home visits with at-risk pregnant women, families, and infants to improve maternal health, prenatal care, and early childhood health, development, and well-being.
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.