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Human Resources - Management Intern

Assists with working on special projects for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Office of Human Capital Services.

Absence Management Coordinator

Performs and assists in various absence administration functions for the district’s Leave Plans. Performs maintenance functions for the PeopleSoft Absence Management Module and interrelated payroll and HRMS systems.

Account Clerk

Processes payments, maintains payment database for major and minor contracts and files contracts (Service Orders). Releases all FMS payments for check processing. Manages DBE, MBE & WBE Payments. Problem Solves for shops, purchasing and accounts payable and assists vendors with problems and payments.

Account Clerk I

Assists with oversight for the processing of accounts payable documents in an accurate and timely manner, adhering to policies established by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors, complying with State Law and safeguarding the tax payers assets.

Account Clerk I

Provides professional level staff support to the business operations of the Division of School Nutrition Services. Works with School Nutrition Services (SNS) administrator, staff dietitians, business supervisor, office staff, food service employees, school staff and the general public to manage daily and monthly business transactions.

Account Clerk III

Processes all payroll/position control transaction forms insuring that the computer implements the transaction correctly. Process payrolls in assigned areas and calculate and approve benefit and pay adjustments.

Accountability and Efficiency Analyst

Plans, executes and finalizes department projects/assignments according to requirements and desired deliverables. Plans and maintains procedures and policies that enable optimum efficiency of employees and resources.

Accountability and Efficiency Auditor

Plans, executes and finalizes department projects/assignments according to requirements and desired deliverables. Plans and maintains procedures and policies that enable optimum efficiency of employees and resources.

Accountant (Recreation)

Provides the Recreation Department with the technical expertise necessary to provide oversight and analyses of the Departments financial matters, enhance internal control and prepare financial reports for staff and funders.

Accountant I

Assists schools with preparation of monthly financial reports, train school secretaries and bookkeepers an assists Accounting Manager with preparation of monthly and annual accounting entries and reconciliations.

Accountant II

Oversee expenditure payments for the Board of School Directors. Reconcile variances with vendors via telephone and personal contact.

Accountant III

Supports the division in the accounting aspects of school nutrition. Maintains appropriate records and reports to include information from the various vendors, billing, budgeting and other necessary data.

Accountant IV

Performs all accounting functions, to include but not limited to, the following functions: capital project accounting, financial reporting, general ledger accounting in accordance with Wisconsin Uniform Financial Accounting Requirements (WUFAR), contract administration, accounts payable, cash receipts processing, and FMS information systems interfaces and financial data transfers.

Accounting Assistant

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant I

Provides clerical support and performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.

Accounting Assistant II

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant II

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant II

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant III

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant III

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and the Facilities and Maintenance (F&M) management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant III

Provides clerical support to the accounting specialists and management team; performs duties related to processing, compiling and ensuring that expenditures and financial reports comply with State and Federal Government requirements and the established policies of the Milwaukee School Board of Directors.

Accounting Assistant III

Assists school and Central Service personnel in understanding and using the district’s financial systems. Deposit all district cash, disburse petty cash and maintain cash balance information for use by management. Assist the School Bookkeeper Supervisor with technical aspects of creating computer generated presentations.

Accounting Clerk II

Provides professional level staff support to the business operations of the Division of School Nutrition Services (SNS).

Accounting Specialist

Performs any of the following functions: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financial reporting, general ledger accounting, contract administration, categorical accounting, accounts payable, cash management, school accounting and information systems.

Administrative Assistant (Financial Planning: Budget)

Under the direct supervision of the ESEA Manager, this position provides administrative and secretarial support for the department. In addition to typing, filing, scanning and scheduling, performs duties such as financial record keeping, payroll, coordination of meetings and training, obtaining supplies, coordinating production and distribution of annual financial documents, and working on special projects

Administrative Assistant I (Recreation)

Coordinates all aspects of the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) recreation department’s clerical and accounting functions. Oversees the processing of more than 4,500 activity registrations per season and processes payments.

Administrative Assistant II

Under general supervision, develops and implements systems to help streamline and administer the Department of Specialized Services programs and functions. Works on departmental projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other department clerical staff.

Administrative Assistant II

Under general supervision, develops and implements systems to help streamline and administer the Office of Human Capital Services programs and functions.

Administrative Assistant II

Under general supervision, develops and implements systems to help streamline and administer the Office of Business Services programs and functions. Works on departmental projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other department clerical staff.

Administrative Assistant II

Develops and implements systems to administer the district’s goals and priorities in support of assigned area. Performs research, analysis and interpretation of data as needed. Develops and maintains systems to support Office rules and regulations.

Administrative Assistant II (Music)

Performs a wide range of duties in support of the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Music Office. Coordinates all aspects of music events sponsored by the district. Supports classroom teachers, Traveling Music Teachers (TMT) and other staff in the Music Office.

Administrative Assistant II, Communications

Under general supervision, develops and implements systems to help streamline and administer the Community Engagement Department programs and functions. Works on departmental projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other department clerical staff.

Administrative Assistant II, Finance

Under general supervision, develops and implements systems to help streamline and administer the Office of Human Capital Services programs and functions. Works on departmental projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other department clerical staff.

Administrative Assistant to Deputy Superintendent

The Administrative Assistant to the Deputy Superintendent reports directly to the Deputy Superintendent. Therefore, this position will serve to provide leadership and coordination in planning, developing, and implementing activities relating to the duties and responsibilities of the Deputy Superintendent’s office.

Administrative Assistant to Superintendent

To serve as administrative assistant to the Superintendent of Schools and manage the day-to-day operation of the superintendent’s office.

Administrator, Human Resources Systems & Records

Performs administrative and technical duties relative to planning, organizing and implementing all aspects of functional security for the HRIS system(s) – IRIS, PeopleSoft, IFAS, Entity, Filenet, Position Management and on-line applications.

Alternative School Program Officer

The Alternative School Program Officer serves as a liaison between Milwaukee Public Schools and the varied partnership schools with which the district contracts. The position represents, communicates and implements school district initiatives, contracts and policies concerning alternative and partnership schools, as well as, supports the partnership schools in the implementation of their educational program and compliance issues.

Alternative School Program Officer

The Alternative School Program Officer serves as a liaison between Milwaukee Public Schools and the varied partnership schools with which the district contracts.

Alumni & Volunteer Associate Lead

Implements and executes the district’s partnership and volunteer programs and initiatives, including developing and overseeing partnerships, managing district-wide and school based volunteers and volunteer events, creating and managing special events and projects, and implementing the districts partnership and volunteer framework to bring additional resources to the district.

Analyst I, Diversity and Equity

Provides a proactive approach to diversity recruitment for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Performs necessary training to enforce equal opportunity and fair employment practices and to assist in promoting employee rights within Milwaukee Public Schools.

Analyst I, Equity Recruitment

Coordinates the equity recruitment of staff and provides access to District employment. Plans and organizes the community partnership activities to allow increased diversity in MPS recruitment.

Analyst I, Online Programs

Builds applications that efficiently and securely distribute data related to a variety of the Advanced Learning programs.

Analyst I, School Nutrition

Works on critical School Nutrition projects related to menus that will allow the department to advance the School Nutrition Program and improve quality. Supports the menu, vendor and procurement functions of the department.

Analyst I, Senior Programmer Student Information Systems

This position utilizes specialized knowledge of software & systems components and applies knowledge and skills in problem solving, implementing configuration changes, including technical expertise in assigned systems at the senior level. Analyzes, documents, installs, and maintains applications, software and systems.

Analyst III, HRIS

Performs and assists in various administrative functions for the Office of Human Resources, to include the Human Resource Information System (HRIS), Pension and Absence Management.

Analyst, Special Projects

Assists in researching and evaluating the fiscal performance of the District. Publishes Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) financial and programmatic information to the public in a variety of formats. Responds to questions from the public.

Architectural Designer

Performs architectural design work and document management in connection with school facilities and related construction projects.

Assessment Analyst

Develop school and district level achievement reports that include narrative, tabular and graphic information. Generate graphics and tables for reports electronically.

Assessment Manager

Assume leadership role for large scale assessment in the District. Manage all aspects of the District’s assessment system and ensure alignment of assessment policy with federal and state regulations and district policies related to promotion and school wide accountability.

Assessment Specialist

Implement the District’s balanced assessment system. Promote the use of various assessment methods as they apply to teaching and learning as well as curricular and program evaluation.

Assessment Specialist, 10 Month

Implement the District’s balanced assessment system. Promote the use of various assessment methods as they apply to teaching and learning as well as curricular and program evaluation.

Assistant Analyst

Assists Analysts in researching and evaluating the fiscal performance of the District. Publishes MPS financial and programmatic information to the public in a variety of formats; responds to questions from the public.

Assistant Analyst

Assists Analysts in researching and evaluating the fiscal performance of the District. Publishes financial and programmatic information to the public in a variety of formats; responds to questions from the public.

Assistant Director School Safety & Security

The Assistant Director assists the Director in managing the Division of School Safety and Security. Critical functions include developing, coordinating and executing the division’s training program for over 230 Safety Assistants and Supervisors, reviewing crisis plans of all MPS sites and manage the grant program.

Assistant Manager of Warehouse and Delivery Services

To assist in administering, coordinating and supervising the warehousing and delivery of food, furniture and supplies for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Assistant Principal

Assists the Principal in the overall management of the school. When designated, acts as Principal during periods of the Principal’s absence, assumes responsibility for those activities delegated by the Principal.

Assistant Principal

Assist the Principal in the overall management of the school. When designated, act as Principal during periods of the Principal’s absence, assume responsibility for those activities delegated by the Principal such as the following representative duties.

Assistant Principal

Assists the Principal in the overall management of the school. When designated, acts as Principal during periods of the Principal’s absence. Assists principal with evaluations, discipline and overall management of the building.

Assistant Recreation Supervisor

Responsible for planning and implementing specific recreation programs on a city wide basis. Under the general direction of the Recreation Supervisor, position is responsible for frontline supervisory responsibilities for part time recreation staff.

Associate I, Payroll

Assists in daily MPS payroll operations and in the administration off-cycle payroll processing. Facilitates Payroll and Time & Labor and Absence Management training. Processes workers’ compensation and injury conversions.

Associate I, Welcome Center

Provides exceptional customer service in welcoming, assessing and appropriately responding to the needs of Welcome Center visitors who will primarily be current and prospective MPS families and students.

Associate II, Educational Resources

Assists Administration in the creation and management of school-wide systems that ensure positive school culture, climate and improved student attendance. Collaborates with other staff members to carry out the school’s academic and behavior programs.

Associate III, Culinary Arts

Attend ProStart classes one day per week at each MPS school that offers the Program. Spends one day a week preparing for the following week.

Associate III, Customer Service

Provides direction for the district’s main switchboard team and Welcome Center staff by consistently demonstrating and modeling a commitment to service excellence. Supports the district’s focus on creating more welcoming environments. Ensures all data tracking, report creation and project work are managed effectively.

Associate III, ELO

Supports projects within Extended Learning Opportunities that promote summer academic enrichment, credit recovery/acceleration and alternative programs.

Associate III, Procurement

Provides support to the Department of Facilities and Maintenance (DFMS) in the purchasing of goods and services related to the maintenance and repair of District facilities while ensuring compliance with all District policies as well as State and Federal requirements.

Asthma Education Specialist

Assist the District to develop policies and supports for schools to provide a safe caring environment for asthmatic students.

Athletic Director

The athletic director is an administrative manager and program coordinator serving as the agent for the principal. He/she is responsible for the total athletic program in his/her school within the school year.

Audiologist

Manages the audiologic and educational needs of school aged children with or without various stages of hearing impairment. Assists diagnostic program staff by providing oversight, monitoring and training for identification and placement of children identified as having hearing impairments.

Auditor

Under the direction of the Audit Team Leader, acts as a contributing team member conducting various audit activities related to financial, compliance, operational and or program audits of various district departments, operations, programs and functions.

Auditor I

Performs routine audits and assists in more complex projects. Analyzes, reviews and evaluates fiscal, program, system and management issues. Focuses on school performance and financial audits at the school level.

Auto Mechanic Foreman

Supervise, plan, schedule and direct personnel involved in the repairs of MPS vehicles, equipment and other outside owned vehicles and equipment.

Automotive Mechanic Crewleader

Under general supervision; plan, schedule, and direct the work associated with the routine repairs and preventive maintenance of all MPS vehicles, trailers, heavy off-road construction equipment, site based generator engines, snow plows, salters, and other mechanical equipment.

Benefit Administrative Analyst

Performs functional support services for the Office of Human Resources (OHR) for the PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System (HRMS).

Benefit Associate I

Administers group health plans, Medicare Advantage Plan, HDHP and HSA, vision, dental and other employee benefit programs. Determines and verifies eligibility for enrollment and/or continuation in employee benefit programs with emphasis on timely and accurate service and adherence to internal controls.

Benefits Administration Analyst

Performs and assists in various benefit administration functions for the district’s health, dental, life insurance and flexible and dependent care spending accounts.

Benefits Administration Analyst

Performs functional support services for the Office of Human Capital (OHC) for the PeopleSoft Human Resource Management System (HRMS).

Benefits Analyst

Performs and assists in various benefit administration functions for the district’s health, dental, life insurance and flexible and dependent care spending accounts. Performs maintenance functions for the benefits administration system and interrelated payroll and HRIS systems.

Benefits Analyst

Performs and assists in various benefit administration functions for the district’s health, dental, life insurance and flexible and dependent care spending accounts. Performs maintenance functions for the benefits administration system and interrelated payroll and HRMA systems.

Board Clerk (Chief Board Governance Officer)

Serves as the Board’s clerk, parliamentarian and records custodian for the Milwaukee Board of School Directors, Office of Board Governance. Responsible for planning, organizing and oversight of all Board governance affairs, including constituent issues, internal audit, legislative policy and business functions.

Board Information Officer

Performs analytical and investigative duties to resolve complaints from constituents, respond to requests for public information, conduct research, perform analyses and coordinate services within Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Board Policy Analyst

Prepares an analysis of the district’s annual budget prior to Board review and approval. Prepares analyses of any District issues, programs, initiatives or changes which affect District policies or operations.

Board Policy Specialist

Prepares an analysis of the district’s annual budget prior to Board review and approval. Prepares analyses of any District issues, programs, initiatives or changes which affect District policies or operations. The Board Policy Analyst is also responsible for working as a member of the Office team to produce research projects as assigned.

Board Staff Assistant

The Board Staff Assistant position resides in the Office of Board Governance (OBG) and is responsible to the Constituent Ombudsperson/Board Information Officer.

Boiler Attendant

Performs a variety of janitorial or minor maintenance functions.

Boiler Attendant Trainee

The purpose of this position is to operate and maintain furnaces, stokers, boilers and related equipment and to oversee the work of Building Service Helpers.

Boiler Attendant Trainee

Performs supervisory or lead worker responsibilities over a staff of custodial personnel in relation to school activities.

Bricklayer (Mason)

Repair and replace both exterior and interior masonry materials, including brick, refractory, concrete block, stone, and ceramic tile. Perform other masonry related repairs or replacement work as needed.

Budget Analyst

Promotes and protects the financial integrity and stability of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) through budget development, administration and analysis.

Budget Analyst

Provides analysis, monitoring, reporting and oversight of employee benefit costs for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Analyzes and reports on the financial performance of the MPS benefit programs. Promotes and protects the financial integrity and stability of MPS through budget development; analysis and execution.

Budget Analyst (Sr.)

Promotes and protects the financial integrity and stability of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) through budget development, administration and analysis.

Budget Planning & Policy Specialist

Plans, conducts and supervises program evaluations of district functions to provide meaningful decision support to district policy makers. Contributes to the development of the district budget and provides fiscal support in development of the district’s inter-governmental legislative agenda.

Budget Planning Assistant

Assists in the preparation of the annual budget, fiscal studies and other informational studies. Assists and advises school and department administrators on issues pertaining to financial questions. Maintains data files on assigned schools and departments.

Budget Specialist

Develops, analyzes, executes and supervises budget processes. Evaluates the relationships between major program changes and the financial status of the District. Employs cost-benefit analysis to review financial requests, assesses program tradeoffs, and explores alternative funding methods.

Business Analyst III, Accounting

This position performs Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis financial reporting as established by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), general ledger accounting in accordance with Wisconsin Uniform Financial Accounting Requirements (WUFAR), contract administration, accounts payable, cash management, debt management, school accounting and information systems.

Business Analyst III, Facilities & Maintenance

Plans and coordinates the business operations in support of budget management, process improvement, contract administration, project management, data analysis, SOP creation and policy compliance. Works closely with the Department of Technology to manage the department’s work station and network hardware.

Business Specialist

Ensures compliance and oversight of both grant and Board budgets and expenditures within the Chief Academic Office. Ensures collaboration between areas and avoids duplication of services.

Business Specialist Budget Analyst

Ensures compliance and oversight of both grant and Board budgets and expenditures within the Chief Academic Office. Ensures collaboration between areas and avoids duplication of services.

Business Specialist- Facilities and Maintenance

Plans and coordinates the business operations including budget management, process improvement, and data analysis. Also responsible for and procurement activities including release of RFP’s, identifying opportunities for blanket contracts, negotiating and drafting contracts, monitoring contract usage and resolving contract related issues.

Business Specialist, SNS

Plans, directs and coordinates the business operations of the Division of School Nutrition Services to include managing daily operations, project management, budget development and management, contract administration, coordination of agreements.

Buyer II

Must be able to work with relative independence to conduct studies. Analyze and evaluate data, and make recommendations and decisions on complicated or high-profile projects. Preparation and presentation of written or oral reports. Preparation of new bids and performance of arithmetic calculations such as calculating interest, discounts, and shipping charges and use common units of measure.

Buyer-Curriculum Instruction

Leads and manages the ordering and distribution of curricular tools, resources, textbooks, workbooks, digital and related materials for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Oversees the textbook selection process as outlined in Board policy.

CAC Site Coordinator

Assist a diverse body of students to understand and navigate transition to postsecondary education and career training programs. Provide ongoing leadership and guidance to part-time advising staff. Lead Center programming efforts.

CAO Planning Assistant

Provides support to all areas of the Chief Academic Office by implementing administrative systems, procedures, and policies, and monitoring and executing large scale projects.

Carpenter Crew Leader

Plans, organizes, directs, evaluates, monitors, budgets and manages District and contracted personnel in the installation, repair, inspection, maintenance, and modification of various finished ceilings and flooring systems and their respective structural support systems, wood roof structural support systems, interior and exterior doors and windows and associated trim, hardware, weather-stripping, etc.

Central Kitchen Delivery Driver

Delivers school meals and supplies from one of seven central kitchens to receiving kitchens during such hours as assigned by the administrator of School Nutrition Services and on such days that meal service is provided.

Central Kitchen Delivery Driver

The Central Kitchen Driver delivers school meals and supplies from one of seven central kitchens to receiving kitchens during such hours as assigned by the administrator of School Nutrition Services and on such days that meal service is provided.

Central Kitchen Manager

Manages a large kitchen focused on preparing and delivering meals to the home school as well as for other local schools, including breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner meals and ensuring specialized dietary needs are met. Prepares in excess of 5,000 meals daily at more than 20 sites.

Charitable Giving Analyst

Supports the work of the Milwaukee Public Schools Foundation to generate financial support in the community for the enhancement of education in the Milwaukee Public Schools district through the Milwaukee Public Schools’ Foundation (MPSF).

Charter School Services Program Manager

The position is responsible for the day to day management of all of the areas of charter school operations, instrumentality and non-instrumentality. Provides district and charter school administrators with technical advice and assistance to resolve concerns related to the implementation of charter school programs.

Charter School Services Program Manager

The position is responsible for the day to day management of all of the areas of charter school operations, instrumentality and non-instrumentality. Provides district and charter school administrators with technical advice and assistance to resolve concerns related to the implementation of charter school programs.

Charter School Services Program Manager

The position is responsible for the day to day management of all of the areas of charter school operations, instrumentality and non instrumentality. Provides district and charter school administrators with technical advice and assistance to resolve concerns related to the implementation of charter school programs.

Chief Academic Officer

Responsible for the development and leadership of the district’s academic goals and policies, ensuring adherence to all applicable state and federal laws and the needs of the community.

Chief Academic Officer

Responsible for the development and leadership of the district’s academic goals and policies, ensuring adherence to all applicable state and federal laws and the needs of the community.

Chief Accountability Officer

Brings transparency, oversight and accountability to the financial operations and fiscal performance of the district. Recommends solutions in furtherance of fiscal stewardship for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Chief Audit Officer

he Chief Audit Officer position resides in the Office of Board Governance and is responsible to the Director, Office of Board Governance. The Chief Audit Officer position is exempt from City Service as well as bargaining unit representation and serves at the will of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.

Chief Auditor

Plans, organizes and oversees the annual plan of audits, to include all federal and state mandated audits, program evaluations and financial and performance audits of district programs, schools and operations; as directed by the Board of School Directors.

Chief Board Governance Officer

Serves as the Board’s clerk, parliamentarian and records custodian for the Milwaukee Board of School Directors, Office of Board Governance. Responsible for planning, organizing and oversight of all Board governance affairs, including constituent issues, internal audit, legislative policy and business functions.

Chief Financial Officer

Plans, directs, coordinates and maintains the integrated financial services program for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Collaborates with the senior team to ensure successful integration of shared business processes.

Chief Human Resources Officer

Provides leadership and manages the Human Resources (HR) organization, including HR Operations and School Support Services to include: Employee Relations, Employee Rights, Recruitment and Staffing, Benefits, Pension and Insurance Services and Compensation and Performance Management, in accordance with policies and practices of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), state and federal laws, administrative rulings and other regulatory agencies.

Chief Human Resources Officer

Provides leadership and manages the Human Resources organization, including HR Operations and School Support services, Labor Relations, Orientation, Induction, Training and Evaluation, Recruitment and Staffing and Benefits and Insurance Services in accordance with policies and practices of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), state and federal laws, administrative rulings and other regulatory agencies.

Chief of Staff

Provides administrative coordination for the District’s overall operations and related support activities; provides leadership for implementation and monitoring of services; support assessment and tracking of progress towards goal achievement and plan implementation to accomplish District Strategic Plan.

Chief Performance Officer—or Performance Officer

Oversees the daily operations of the Office of the Superintendent.

Chief School Administration Officer

Coordinates and supervises the Office of Leadership Support and Accountability, the work of Regional Executive Specialists, and their teams in providing regional leadership and systems of accountability, supervision and support for K-12 principals and K-12 schools in MPS.

Child Care Worker - Hourly

Under supervision, the Child Care Worker will support the daily care and learning process for children 0-3 years old.

Children’s Health Assistant

Assists Milwaukee Public Schools’ students with disabilities in personal care and other school related activities.

College and Career Planning Associate I

Collaborates with community members, partnering agencies and Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) departments, divisions, district and school staff on promoting and supporting scholarships and pathways to multiple post-secondary opportunities for students.

Commissioner of Athletics

Administers and supervises the programming of the high-school interscholastic athletic program.

Communications Analyst

Provides timely and time-sensitive written translations for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) including policies, procedures, forms, and information distributed on a city-wide basis to parents and citizens as needed by the Board of School Directors and the schools, departments and divisions within MPS.

Communications Coordinator

Under the supervision of the Director, responsible for planning, coordinating and producing Milwaukee Public Schools marketing campaigns using various media outlets. Includes writing and concepts for the development of television shows, radio and television commercials, internet sites, videos and other promotional tools for the district.

Communications Manager

Implements strategic and comprehensive communications to employees and the public to increase knowledge, awareness and appreciation of district and school operations.

Communications Specialist

Develops, executes and maintains district information and outreach on the Internet through the platforms of social media and traditional web sites such as the district’s portal. Assists in conducting communications programs designed to maintain favorable public relations.

Community Assistant, Bilingual

Assists Hispanic families coming to Milwaukee in scheduling their children for English proficiency testing and ultimate school enrollment. Schedules appointments to screen newly arrived students with a foreign language background for adequate placement in either the bilingual or ESL (English as a Second Language) programs.

Compensation Analyst

Assists in the administration of district compensation programs and job classification systems. Analyzes, evaluates, monitors and prepares recommendations regarding compensation and job classification in support of district staffing and budget planning processes.

Compensation Services Manager

The basic function of this position is to plan, organize, supervise, and direct the administration of employee compensation, leave plans, and related employee records.

Compliance Officer

Performs routine audits and assists in more complex projects. Analyzes, reviews and evaluates fiscal, program, system and management issues. Focuses on school performance and financial audits at the school level.

Comptroller

Directs and supervises GAAP basis financial reporting, general ledger accounting, contract administration, categorical program accounting, and accounts payable. Proactively seeks most beneficial financial position for the district in all financial arrangements and insures the integrity of financial records, etc.

Comptroller

Directs and supervises the financial, accounting and reporting activities. Provides leadership through the direction, administration, development, and maintenance of the District’s accounting principles, practices and procedures for the accurate posting and management reporting of its fiscal records.

Construction Engineer

To provide the overall coordination in relation to the construction or renovation of facilities and equipment consistent with approved contract documents and School Board requirements.

Construction Engineer

Responsible for project management and construction administration on all major building renovations, additions or new building projects.

Contract Law

Negotiates and drafts contracts, agreements and leases on behalf of the district. Advises Procurement staff and other district administrators on the required legal elements of contracts and leases.

Contract Law Specialist

Negotiates and drafts contracts, agreements and leases on behalf of the district. Advises Procurement staff and other district administrators on the required legal elements of contracts and leases.

Contract Law Specialist

Under the supervision of the Manager, Risk and Insurance Services, and in collaboration with the Department of Procurement Services, reviews, drafts and negotiates contracts, leases and agreements on behalf of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Contract Specialist

Administers public procurement for a wide range of commodities and services through the purchase order and bid processes in a manner consistent with Milwaukee Public School Board Policy and the State of Wisconsin Statutes governing public procurement.

Contracted Schools Assistant

Provides services and information to parents and students in need of alternative education. Maintains student records for contracted educational programs within the districts.

Contracts Administration Specialist

Supports district contract centralization and Administrative Policy 3.09. The position monitors all contracts to meet compliance and administration of Board policies regarding internal controls for contracting.

Coordinator - School Psychology Services

Manages, coordinates and develops staff and services delivered by related service staff in relation to the IEP process, 504 and regular education services.

Coordinator – Supplier Diversity

Ensures contract compliance, reviews contracts and establishes reports that outline the district’s use of Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB), Communities in Need (COIN) and Student Engagement.

Coordinator I, Culturally Responsive Practice

Serves as a liaison between the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) and twelve Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and maintains open communications that ensures cohesion in program and coaching delivery.

Coordinator I, Internal Communications

Assists with working on internal communications for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), especially as it related to the MPS Strategic Plan. Provides significant support to the Manager of the Organizational Planning Division in the execution of strategy, special projects and process improvements.

Coordinator I, MPSU Admissions

Assist in the implementation and lead all aspects of the district’s training for staff including responsibilities for the planning, developing, scheduling and logistics of training activities for MPSU and university partnerships.

Coordinator I, Recruitment

Develops and implements an aggressive recruitment plan that will provide MPS with a diverse applicant pool. Creates strategies to attract applicants for critical shortage areas through identification and utilization of many sources.

Coordinator II, Building Operations

Directs and supervises, both, directly or through subordinate supervisors, the operation of schools. Inspects schools and other facilities in geographic area of responsibility for conformance with established policies and procedures.

Coordinator II, Community Schools

Develops, directs and manages implementation of the district’s community schools model. Serves as co-backbone to the Milwaukee Community Schools Partnership, a collaboration with United Way. Supports multiple schools in the implementation and consults with central office staff on the model.

Coordinator II, Environmental Projects

The Coordinator II, Environmental Projects is responsible for overall coordination of environmental and safety aspects of maintenance and construction projects. Provides Certified Asbestos Project Design under their signature.

Coordinator III - School Performance

Uses dynamic, supportive strategies to engage staff throughout the district to embrace the continuous improvement process. Brings data to life and advocates for the systematic and meaningful use of data to improve achievement for all students.

Coordinator III, Black & Latino Male Achievement (Specialist I)

Collaborates with school staff to develop and implement professional development to create an internal and external infrastructure needed to guide Black and Latino males to achieve and perform at a level on par with their peers. Coordinates with various target schools to implement the Manhood Initiative designed to address the educational needs of Black and Latino males.

Coordinator III, Grant Accounting

Directs the accounting for district wide state, federal and philanthropic grants. Ensures the districts major grant activity is consistent with grant awards. Develops, plans, organizes and conducts face-to-face and on-line support for appropriate administrators and other grant administrators.

Coordinator III, School Improvement

A grant-funded position through the School Improvement Grant that supports Cohort IV: that will support Vincent High School in the Transformation Network.

Coordinator III, School Performance

Uses dynamic, supportive strategies to engage staff throughout the district to embrace the continuous improvement process. Brings data to life and advocates for the systematic and meaningful use of data to improve achievement for all students.

Coordinator School Social Services

Works collaboratively with district departments, schools, community partners, special education staff and school social workers to enhance and update school social work and transition services for children and families and to build district-wide support for these programs.

Coordinator, AP/IB/GAT Programs

Aligns all position activities with district strategic plan “Working Together Achieving More” goals for Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and programs for gifted and talented students and programs for the academically talented that build on district and school program development.

Coordinator, Business and Community Partnerships

Facilitates, manages and coordinates business and community partnerships and program activities in accordance with Board policy and any legal regulations. Coordinates services for the district with the appropriate personnel.

Coordinator, Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Provides assistance, leadership and support to district staff, local school staff and community members to ensure quality options for students in career and technical education fields: business education, family and consumer education, marketing education, trade and technical education.

Coordinator, Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Provide assistance, leadership, and support to district staff, local school staff, and community members to assure quality options for students in career and technical education fields (business education, family and consumer education, marketing education, trade and technical education).

Coordinator, Educational Opportunities for Native Americans (WE Indians)

To develop and coordinate the Indian Education Act – Title IV, Part A, We Indians Program which is designed to serve the special and culturally related academic needs of Indian students in the Milwaukee Public Schools.

Coordinator, Educational Resources

Coordinates curriculum resources for the district, including the textbook/instructional materials adoption process. Selects and orders materials, communicates with various stakeholders and oversees the budget.

Coordinator, Montessori Education

Has a proven ability to collaborate with staff, administration and parents in support of implementing the Montessori curriculum and approach with fidelity within Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Coordinator, Occupational Physical Therapy

Ensures that all students requiring occupational (OT) and/or physical (PT) therapy receive those services as defined in their Individual Education Plans (IEP's).

Coordinator, Student Health Services

Directs the activities of the department in support of Milwaukee Public Schools’ needs by performing the following duties personally or through other staff.

Coordinator-Office of Small Community Schools

To provide district leadership for activities designed to support, implement, and monitor a wide array of non traditional alternative programs in small community schools created to serve the needs of children at risk as required under 118.153 of the Wisconsin statutes, and Wisconsin Educational Standard.

Coordinator-Supplier Diversity

Ensures contract compliance, reviews contracts and establishes reports that outline the district’s use of Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB), Communities in Need (COIN) and Student Engagement.

Credit Recovery Coordinator

Directs the planning, implementation and evaluation of the Preschool – Grade 5 (P5) Program in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Ensures compliance and interprets P5 regulations and guidelines for the School Board, members of the Superintendent’s staff and the community.

Crew Leader (Various Trades)

Schedules and directs the work of a group of trades people, investigates and prepares estimates for proposed work, inspects the work of outside contractors and performs tradesman work as needed.

Crew Leader, Laborer

Assists in material transport and job setup for masons, plasterers, carpenters, sheet metal workers, roofers, electricians, steam fitters and plumbers. Constructs, repairs and maintains concrete and asphalt surfaces, including floors, walks, aprons and playgrounds.

Curriculum Generalist (10Month)

Works with the principal and a school’s administrative team to ensure quality programs are maintained for the students, staff and parents.

Curriculum Instruction Supervisor (12 Month)

Works with teachers, administrators and other staff members in assigned schools.

Curriculum Specialist

Assumes responsibility for the coordination of content areas in K-12.

Curriculum Specialist – Music

Provides instructional leadership, coordination and supervision to MPS K-12 Music programs. Assumes responsibility for curriculum activities in the K-12 music development program as well as complies with program regulations, policies and procedures.

Curriculum Specialist – World Language

Provides instructional leadership, coordination and supervision to MPS K-12 World Language and Culture programs. Assumes responsibility for curriculum activities in the K-12 World Language development program as well as complies with program regulations, policies and procedures.

Data Analyst

Develops and maintains data management reports in response to mandated internal and external data requests, as well as ad-hoc information requests.

Data Management Coordinator

Oversees the day-to-day work of the Transactions unit and assists in the development and maintenance of documentation and training materials for the unit.

Data Management Coordinator

Oversees the day-to-day work of the Transactions unit and assists in the development and maintenance of documentation and training materials for the unit.

Data Management Coordinator

Oversees the day to day work of the Data Management Unit. Assists in the development and maintenance of documentation and training materials for the unit.

Data Processing Technician

Develop, implement and control data processing functions related to assigned location(s). This includes automated recordkeeping pertaining to attendance, grade reporting, various accounting functions, class scheduling and the like.

Data Support Assistant

To provide data management and reporting duties in the area of the district’s school assignment process, student management system and the district’s student data base.

Data Support Specialist

Provide direct assistance to school based learning teams for assessment literacy and data driven decision making. Assist schools in the identification/replication of best practices in literacy and mathematics.

Data Support Specialist

Serves as project manager for the data warehouse. Provides professional development and creates instructional guides on the use of the Data Warehouse and the Student Information System. Supports the Director in analyzing and reporting school and district data.

Database Specialist

The Database Specialist (Oracle) plans, installs, configures and optimizes enterprise database software (primarily using Oracle, with some Microsoft SQL Server) on multiple platforms (UNIX, Windows); performs database backup, recovery and performance tuning; and provides general system administration.

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Interpreter (DHH)

Interprets classroom material, content and all teacher/student interactions while complying with the Interpreter Code of Professional Conduct (CPC).

Dean of Students

Assists Administration in the creation and management of school-wide systems that ensure positive school culture, climate and improved student attendance. Collaborates with other staff members to carry out the school’s academic and behavior programs.

Department Administrative Assistant

Develops and implements systems to help streamline the department programs and functions. Works on office projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other clerical staff within the department.

Department Administrative Assistant

Develops and implements systems to help streamline the department programs and functions. Works on office projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other clerical staff within the department. Directly assists the Office Leader.

Department Administrative Assistant (III)

Develops and implements systems to help streamline the Office of Innovation programs and functions. Works on office projects, assists customers and provides leadership to other clerical staff within the office.

Department Administrative Assistant (OHC)

Provides a high level of confidential support to the Chief Human Capital Officer and ensures a smooth operation of the office.

Deputy Superintendent - Academics

Serves, represents and exercises the authority of the District Superintendent in directing the implementation of Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) plans, policies, instructional programs, services and general operations.

Deputy Superintendent - Operations

Provides leadership for all business services operations of the District to include human resources, financial/fiscal services, risk management, technology, nutrition services and recreation.

Design and Marketing Specialist

Provides oversight of district and school-level marketing campaigns, leading the production of campaign materials. Creates marketing budgets under the supervision of the Director of Communications and Public Affairs and provides oversight on expenditures, processing of contracts and invoices and handles communications with vendors.

Director – Division of Recreation and Community Services

Plan and administer a comprehensive Community Recreation Program serving a population of 602,200 City of Milwaukee residents and support services to Milwaukee Public Schools.

Director Bilingual Education

Provides leadership, direction and supervision to MPS Language Acquisition and Cultural Programs and services, including programs for English language learners (ELLs) and developmental bilingual students in accordance with local, state, and federal policies and guidelines.

Director Business Services

Establishes the overall objectives and initiatives for Business Services to support the goals and long-range plans of the District.

Director Employee Relations

Represents Milwaukee Public School (MPS) in all employer/employment matters. Interprets and administers federal, state, local and company policies, procedures and regulations as they apply to a specific group of employees or department.

Director Guidance Career Education

Plan and implement procedures for adopting the state recommended developmental guidance model in Milwaukee Public middle and high schools within a three year period.

Director I, Black & Latino Male Achievement

Leads and collaborates in the development and implementation of a set of strategies and professional development to create an internal and external infrastructure needed to guide African-American and Latino males to achieve and perform at a level on par with their peers.

Director I, Communications & Outreach

Provides overall vision, direction and guidance to the division ensuring alignment with key district goals. Oversees development and implementation of a district-wide brand. Uses new and traditional media to reinforce the brand.

Director I, Department of Bilingual Multicultural Education

Provides leadership, direction and supervision to programmatic services for English Learners, such as Dual Language and Immersion programs and ESL programs in accordance with local, state and federal policies and guidelines.

Director I, MPS Foundation

In partnership with the Milwaukee Public Schools Foundation (MPSF) Board of Directors and the Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent, the Executive Director will implement the strategic goals and objectives of the MPSF, in order to help the organization achieve its short and long term goals.

Director I, School Nutrition

Administers child nutrition programs for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Ensures provision of high-quality, nutritious meals throughout the district, protects the nutritional integrity of the programs and ensures children have equal access to the meals provided.

Director II, Budget and Financial Planning

Plans, organizes and coordinates the development, preparation, presentation, implementation and evaluation of the district’s annual budget and long-range financial planning. Directs department staff and assigned teams in the development, design, review, implementation and periodic re-evaluation of assigned duties, project plans and strategies to support the achievement of the goals of the department.

Director II, Budget and Financial Planning

Plans, organizes and coordinates the development, preparation, presentation, implementation and evaluation of the district’s annual budget and long-range financial planning.

Director of Leadership Performance & Development

This position will be responsible for managing and supporting the assessment of organizational needs and the design, implementation and evaluation of programs that facilitate the professional development and continuous learning of team members, particularly executives and emerging leaders.

Director of Parental and Community Engagement

Plans, directs, controls and supervises district activities related to parental and community engagement for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) in alignment with the district Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework.

Director Office of Family Services

Plans, directs, controls and supervises the activities and personnel assigned both directly and/or through subordinate supervisors to support the operation of schools. Provides assistance and information to parents in an effective manner; processes and maintains appropriate student records as provided by State Law and School Board Policies.

Director Parent and Student Services

Plan, direct, control and supervise the activities and personnel assigned both directly and/or through subordinate supervisors to support the operation of schools.

Director Staffing Services

Serve as the focal point for organizing, administering and coordinating both directly and through subordinate staff district wide responsibilities for staffing schools, central services and community based centers with qualified staff consistent with Board policies, system needs and contractual obligations.

Director Student Services

Directs and supervises the major activities of the Department of Student Services, to include - administering the school selection process; pupil enrollment; maintaining student records; processing student discipline, maintaining, updating and monitoring student attendance, discipline and enrollment in the student information system.

Director, College and Career Readiness

Coordinates all aspects of college and career readiness efforts across departments to increase graduation and post-secondary outcomes.

Director, Community and Business Partnerships

Collaborates and coordinates with Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), local businesses and the community to build diverse partnerships for students.

Director, Contracts and Procurement

Manages, directs and oversees the district’s purchasing operations, contract administration, risk management, workplace safety and workers’ compensation.

Director, Contracts and Purchasing (Procurement and Risk Management)

Administers MPS real estate transactions, contract administration along with the purchasing and warehouse operations to ensure the District and School Board have their needs represented.

Director, Curriculum & Instruction

Provides leadership in the designing, planning, implementation, and monitoring of district-wide curriculum and instruction in academics for all students in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Supervises department staff, works collaboratively with related departments, provides leadership for improvement in academic programs and presents options to the community and Board of School Directors.

Director, Department of Bilingual Multicultural Education

Provides leadership, direction and supervision to programmatic services for English Learners, such as Dual Language and ESL programs in accordance with local, state and federal policies and guidelines.

Director, Department of Finance

The primary responsibility of this position is to provide financial management direction and leadership in the areas of budgeting, general and school accounting, payroll and financial reporting.

Director, Division of School Safety and Security

Responsible for all aspects of keeping Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) safe. Develops and implements policies, procedures and guidelines that assist the Board, Superintendent and school administrators in providing a safe learning environment.

Director, Early Childhood Education

Provides leadership, management, coordination and accountability for MPS early childhood programs, including Head Start, High Scope, SAGE, other contracted programs. Responsible for overseeing curriculum and assessment of grades K3 – 3 and appropriate early childhood grants and services.

Director, Financial Planning

Provides direction and leadership for the budgeting process. Plans, organizes and supervises district budget development, revenue realization, forecasting, planning, productivity functions and systems design to support financial policies.

Director, Financial Services

Provides financial management, direction and leadership in the areas of budgeting, general and school accounting, payroll and financial reporting.

Director, Office of Staffing Services

Manages and directs the staffing of schools and central services with qualified staff on a district-wide basis. Ensures compliance with Board policies, district needs, federal and state laws and contractual obligations.

Director, Organizational Development

Facilitates, manages and coordinates administrative staff to translate the strategic vision of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) into action in accordance with Board policy and legal regulations. Serves as a change agent for the Superintendent, management team and staff.

Director, Organizational Development

Leads a team of staff members to deliver change management; organizational assessment and development and leadership coaching to Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Partners with the leadership team to drive change management through the district.

Director, Parent and Community Engagement

Plans, directs, controls and supervises district activities related to parental and community engagement for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) in alignment with the district Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework.

Director, Procurement and Risk Management

Manages, directs and oversees the district’s purchasing operations, contract administration, risk management, workplace safety and workers’ compensation.

Director, Procurement Services

Manages the MPS purchasing operation, warehouse operation, HUB program and contract administration.

Director, Purchasing

Develops objectives, policies and procedures for the purchase of goods and services district-wide and ensures adherence to federal, state and local rules and regulations and the policies of the School Board of Directors.

Director, Research and Evaluation

Establishes a vision and strategic direction for Research and Evaluation by providing leadership on matters related to student assessment and evaluation and school and central office accountability.

Director, Research and Innovation

Coordinates work of Research and Development for optimal performance and service to the schools. Plans, implements, directs and evaluates innovative programs that support student achievement and development.

Director, School Safety

Oversees all aspects of keeping Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) safe. Develops and implements policies, procedures and guidelines that assist the Board, Superintendent and school administrators in providing a safe learning environment.

Director, Specialized Services

Ensures success for all students with disabilities in a diverse, urban environment by developing, implementing, evaluating and monitoring rigorous programs and support services through collaboration and cross-functional teams.

Director, Student Services

Develops and refines the philosophy, policies and operating procedures for the department in consonance with directives and guidelines from the Director of Leadership Services; disseminates same to subordinate personnel within the division, school administrators and others.

District Parent Involvement Coordinator

Coordinates parent involvement for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Supervises the daily operation of the Parent Involvement Center.

Duplicating Equipment Operator I

Operates tow color off-set presses, plate makers, collating and binding equipment. Provides system-wide duplicating services from a central location.

Duplicating Services Supervisor

Manage the day to day operations of Duplicating Services and to purchase printing from outside vendors.

Early Childhood Program Coordinator III

The Early Childhood Program Coordinator has the primary responsibility for assisting classroom teachers in the Achievement Gap Reduction program (AGR, K5 - Grade 3) for implementing high impact, developmentally appropriate instructional strategies, specifically in literacy.

Educator – Mental Health

Coordinates mental health services and training in grant schools as defined in the Project AWARE Grant. Participates as a collaborative member of the Project AWARE Core Management Team.

Educator – Restorative Practice

Serves as a spokesperson for restorative practices; clearly articulate and explain the benefits of restorative processes. Provides professional development around restorative practices to staff in middle and high school as defined in the Project AWARE Grant.

Educator – Trauma Informed Care

Serves as a spokesperson for Trauma Informed; clearly articulates and explains the benefits of Trauma Informed Care. Provides professional development around Trauma Informed Care and Social Emotional Learning to staff and/or parents in middle and high school as defined in the Project AWARE Grant.

Educator - Youth Mental Health

Serves as a spokesperson for restorative practices; clearly articulate and explain the benefits of restorative processes.

Educator Effectiveness Coordinator

Coordinates the district-wide launch of the Danielson Performance plan in conjunction with the Educator Effectiveness Manager, coordinates the required training of staff and provides a framework for development of an administrative and support services staff evaluation plan district wide.

Electrical Engineer

To provide professional engineering support to review, design, troubleshoot and inspect current and proposed electrical, electronic and telecommunications systems throughout the Milwaukee Public Schools district.

Electrical Engineer (Low Voltage)

Provides professional engineering support to review, design, troubleshoot and inspect current and proposed electrical (including lighting and light safety systems) and low voltage communications systems (including access control, intercom, public address and viseo surveillance) for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Elementary School Secretary I (10 Month)

Provide secretarial, clerical, student assistance, and public contact services for the operation of an elementary school.

Elementary School Secretary I (12 Month)

Provide secretarial, clerical, student assistance, and public contact services for the operation of an elementary school.

Elevator Constructor

Install, repair, inspect, test and maintain various elevators and lift equipment serving the MPS District to ensure the integrity and safety of the building occupants. Navigate and monitor Computerized Maintenance Management Software system (preferably AssetWORKS) for trade related work orders, various data, budget targets, etc.

Employee Benefit Supervisor

Responsible for the administration of the following MPS benefit programs: self insured indemnity health plan, HMO’s, vision, dental, life insurance, employee assistance program, dependent care assistance program, pension, 403(B) and employee payroll deductions for union dues, credit unions, US savings bonds and various union sponsored group benefit programs.

Employee Relations Specialist

Assists the district in achieving its goals and mission by assisting with management of relationships with the districts various bargaining units. Responsible for providing support and assistance to district administrators and supervisors in all aspects of employee relations.

Employment Relations Specialist I

Assists the district in achieving its goals and mission by assisting with management of relationships with the districts various bargaining units. Responsible for providing support and assistance to district administrators and supervisors in all aspects of employee relations.

Employment Relations Specialist II

Assists the district in achieving its goals and mission by assisting with management of relationships with the districts various bargaining units. Responsible for providing support and assistance to district administrators and supervisors in all aspects of employee relations.

Employment Relations Specialist III

Assists the district in achieving its goals and mission by assisting with management of relationships with the districts various bargaining units. Responsible for providing support and assistance to district administrators and supervisors in all aspects of employee relations.

Employment Training Specialist

To provide job development for competitive employment within the community, on –site job training, mobility training to and from the job site, and follow-up support for MPS students who are enrolled in special education programs.

Engine Mechanic

Independently maintain, adjust, repair, overhaul and replace small engines on snow, lawn, garden and other special equipment.

Environmental Health Inspector

Under the direction of the Certified Industrial Hygienist, performs inspections, tests, evaluations and monitors environmental concerns of MPS.

Environmental Technician

Under the direction of the Hazardous Materials Inspector, the position will perform inspections, tests and evaluations and issue reports regarding environmental activities.

Equity Analyst II

Coordinates equity and access to District programs and improves options for students post-graduation. Plans and organizes the educational and community partnership activities to allow for access for all students.

Executive Coordinator, Superintendent’s Initiatives

Coordinates mission critical projects on behalf of the Superintendent of Schools, Chief of Staff and Department Chiefs and Executive Directors in the overall leadership and management of the school district.

Executive Director Human Resources

Develop, recommend and implement Human Resource programs and policies that align with the District’s organizational goals. Provide strategic and tactical human resource management planning in accordance with the long term workforce needs of the District.

Facilities Planner

Perform activities pertaining to school buildings and facilities, including activities involving all aspects of the capital improvement program, minor modifications program, furniture and equipment, budgeting, long range planning and other related concerns.

Facilities Planning Analyst

Perform activities involving analysis, planning and development. To make recommendations relating to school facilities as directed y the Facilities Planner.

Family Engagement Assistant

Implements the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Family Engagement Framework so that MPS staff and families have what they need to be equal partners in student achievement and school improvement.

Field Supervisor I - Food Service

The primary responsibility of this position is to supervise the school lunch/school breakfast programs in assigned schools.

Field Supervisor I - Food Service (12 Month)

The primary responsibility of this position is to supervise the school lunch/school breakfast programs in assigned schools.

Field Supervisor II - Food Service

The primary responsibility of this position is to supervise the school lunch and school breakfast programs in assigned schools.

Financial Analyst I

Provides transparency, oversight and accountability to District financial operations. Analyzes fiscal performance of the District and its programs.

Financial Planning and Budget Analyst III

Promotes and protects the financial integrity and stability of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) through budget development, administration and analysis. Serves the district through monitoring programs, procedures and legislation, both internal and external, that could impact MPS finances and operations.

Fiscal Policy Analyst

The primary responsibility of this person is to plan, conduct and supervise program evaluations of district functions to provide meaningful decision support to district policymakers. In addition, this position will contribute to the development of the district budget and provide fiscal support in development of the districts intergovernmental legislative agenda.

Food Service Assistant

Under the direction of the School Kitchen Manager, Food Service Assistants perform a variety of general food production and service duties necessary for the efficient operation of the school kitchen.

Food Service Assistant

Performs a variety of food service operations, to include food preparation, serving, cashiering, etc. at school sites. Maintains facilities in a sanitary condition and adheres to health department codes.

Food Service Assistant In-Charge

Under the direction of the Central Kitchen Food Service Manager and Staff Dietitian, performs a variety of general food production and service duties necessary for the efficient operation of the receiving kitchen.

Food Service Inventory Associate

Oversees the inventory of food and supplies for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Food Service Manager Trainee

Works with assigned managers to learn the specifics of the job of School Kitchen Manager. Assumes responsibility for the efficient operation of the school kitchen and may be required to replace absent managers on either a short or long term basis.

GE Grant Teacher Leader

The primary responsibility of the GE Foundation MPS Teacher Leader will be the implementation of the GE Foundation’s Developing Futures™ In Education grant on a day-to-day basis.

GEF Schools – Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Teacher

Assist teachers in teaching STEM concepts to elementary grade students. Work with individual schools and STEM-trained teachers to provide ongoing mentoring and support.

General Education Assistant

Under teacher supervision, to relieve the teacher of noninstructional duties and engage in activities which support the teaching-learning process in a Milwaukee Public School.

Grant Accountant II

A successful candidate will assist the Grant Accounting Coordinator in with preparation of accounting entries, account reconciliations and monitoring large grant relationships.

Grant Development Coordinator

Provides policy level leadership for and directs the development of major district-wide state and federal categorical and competitive grants, facilitating the work of cross-departmental planning teams and involving parent, community and non-public school representation.

Grant Development Coordinator

Provides policy level leadership for and directs the development of major district-wide state and federal categorical and competitive grants, facilitating the work of cross-departmental planning teams and involving parent, community and non-public school representation.

Grants Coordinator

Provide policy level leadership for and direct the development of major district wide state and federal categorical competitive grants, facilitating the work of cross departmental planning teams and involving parent, community and non-public school representation.

Grants Specialist

Directs the development of major, district-wide state, federal and philanthropic grants. Ensures the districts major grant proposals are aligned with the district’s goals and state and federal regulations.

Graphic Designer

Responsible for creating, designing and producing materials for the district to provide attractive, informative and effective marketing pieces and communications vehicles for Milwaukee Public Schools students, parents, employees and the community.

Groundskeeper

Maintenance of recreation site field houses and grounds.

Handicapped Children's Assistant - 8 Hours

Under the direction of the classroom teacher, assists students with disabilities in personal care and other school related activities.

Hazardous Materials Supervisor, Industrial Hygienist

Under the direction of the Manager of Environmental Health and Safety, the Certified Industrial Hygienist performs tests and evaluations and monitors employees health and safety.

Head Start Coordinator

The Head Start Program Coordinator has direct responsibility for the overall operation of the Head Start Program.

Head Start ERSEA & Family Partnership Manager

ERSEA & Family Partnership Associate Manager is responsible for the administration and ongoing monitoring of the Head Start eligibility, recruitment, selection, enrollment & attendance (ERSEA) system of MPS Head Start Program to ensure compliance with the Head Start Federal Performance Standards.

Head Start Health Coordinator

Organizes and delivers the health care services component for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Head Start Program. Ensures compliance of the Federal Performance Standards through planning, organizing, staffing and evaluating the health services provided within the mandated time frames.

Head Start Health Coordinator

Organizes and delivers the health care services component for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Head Start Program. Ensures compliance of the Federal Performance Standards through planning, organizing, staffing and evaluating the health services provided within the mandated time frames.

Head Start Nutrition Coordinator

The nutritionist is responsible for providing training, technical assistance and guidance to the Head Start program staff, parents and volunteers to ensure that they fully understand and support the goals of the nutrition component so that the nutritional needs of preschool aged children can be met.

Head Start Nutrition Coordinator

The nutritionist is responsible for providing training, technical assistance and guidance to the Head Start program staff, parents and volunteers to ensure that they fully understand and support the goals of the nutrition component so that the nutritional needs of preschool aged children can be met.

Head Start Program Coordinator

The Head Start Program Coordinator has direct responsibility for the overall operation of the Head Start Program.

Health and Productivity Management Coordinator

Under the direction of the Director of Employee Benefits and Compensation Services, the Health & Productivity Management Coordinator assists in the development and leadership of the district’s joint Health and Productivity Management program (H&PM).

Human Capital Assistant

Provides excellent customer service while assisting the Office of Human Capital Services.

Human Resources Assistant

Assists with staffing initiatives related to recruitment and hiring, employment relations concerns and record-keeping or assisting customers with benefits and insurance inquiries. Prepares reports, letters, and assist in record keeping and data maintenance.

Human Resources Data Analyst

Develops and maintains data management reports in response to mandated internal and external data requests, as well as ad-hoc information requests.

Human Resources Data Analyst

Develops and maintains data management reports in response to mandated internal and external data requests, as well as ad-hoc information requests.

Human Resources Data Analyst

Develops and maintains data management reports in response to mandated internal and external data requests, as well as ad-hoc information requests.

Human Resources Specialist

Under the direction of the Director, this position will serve as a liaison with the Department of Human resources in coordinating, implementing and monitoring compliance with all district personnel policies, practices and procedures for the department.

Implementation Manager, Urban Teacher Residency Program (UTRP)

Leads the development and ongoing management of the core components of the Urban Teacher Residency (UTR) Program.

Implementer

The Implementer has the primary responsibility of assisting classroom teachers by implementing high impact, developmentally appropriate instructional strategies in literacy and math.

Induction Specialist – LTE

Mentors initial educators as required by Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction PI.34 and provides support to teachers practicing with an emergency license.

Information Specialist, Title 1

Coordinates the activities of the Title 1 Office. Maintains data, answers calls, responds to inquiries, coordinates procurement for non-public schools and manages the support functions of the office.

Information Specialist, Title 1

Coordinates activities within the Title 1 department to ensure that information concerning Title 1 initiatives is communicated to parents and the community.

Instructional Coach - Literacy

The Instructional Coach is a non-evaluative, non-supervisory teacher position that will work with the district literacy personnel and teachers to support the implementation of the comprehensive literacy plan.

Instructional Superintendent

Serves as the district’s leader in ensuring principals and school-based administration are meeting the needs of the student population through curriculum and instruction and appropriate leadership training. Participates as a reviewer of the school’s leadership.

Instructional Support Teacher (Assistive Technology and Augmentative Communication)

Assists in the identification and assessment of students in need of assistive technology and/or augmentative communication.

Instructional Support Teacher, Autism

Assists in the identification and assessment of students in need of assistive technology and/or augmentative communication.

Instructional Support Teacher, Specialized Services

Assists in the identification and assessment of students with disabilities.

Instructional Technology Supervisor

Provide overall technical support in the utilization of the district’s video/audio media resources, which includes WYMS Radio, ESCC-TV and interactive video sites to support teaching and learning.

Intern Teacher MMTEP

Joint effort with Milwaukee Public Schools involving college graduates to complete a program leading to Teacher Certification helping them to become effective Teachers in an urban school district.

Internal Communications Specialist

Develop, organize and maintain an on going communication program for MPS employees, parents and others including the bi-lingual community. Produce informative and attractive printed materials for the school district and the public.

Interpreter - Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (6hr, LVL II)

The Educational Interpreter’s primary function is to facilitate communication among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students and their hearing peers, the classroom teacher, and other personnel in the school system.

Inventory Control Manager

Under the general direction of the Manager of the Warehouse and Distribution Services, the Inventory Control Manager is responsible for maintaining records relating to supply and material ordering, receiving, storing, issuing, shipping, purchasing and tracing.

IT Service Technician II

Provides technical support to schools for the maintenance of technology equipment and services to include the repair and imaging of laptops, desktops, chrome books, tablets, cell phones, printers, scanners, smartboards and other equipment.

Laborer - Seasonal

Assist in the maintenance of playgrounds, athletic fields and courts and perform the general and manual labor duties required for the operation and maintenance of these areas.

Laborer Crew Leader

Assists in material transport and job setup for masons, plasterers, carpenters, sheet metal workers, roofers, electricians, steam fitters and plumbers.

LAU Compliance Language Proficiency Assessor

To Administer the WAPT and enroll ELL students in MPS in the appropriate bilingual and/or ESL program(s). To assist the director of the Division of Bilingual Multicultural Education in providing ELL information to Central Services divisions and departments, principals and teachers, as well as to DPI for compliance reports, and administer district wide ACCESS test.

Lead Induction Specialist

Collaborates and works with the District Induction Specialist employed by Milwaukee Public Schools. Provides support and assistance to District Induction Specialists within assigned regions.

Leadership Analyst

Coordinate planning, formulate reports, and respond to requests initiated by the deputy superintendent(s) relative to day-to-day district operations and educational initiatives/school reform including the district’s educational planning process, innovative schools process, and charter school application process.

Leave Administrator

Responsible for day to day administration of all employee leave requests, including FML, sabbaticals, personal and illness leaves of absence. Administers absence control processes as required. Coordinates work for accommodations as required.

Leave Administrator

Responsible for day to day administration of all employee leave requests, including FML, sabbaticals, personal and illness leaves of absence. Administers absence control processes as required. Coordinates work for accommodations as required.

Legislative Policy Manager

Develops, analyzes and communicates the legislative and public policy needs of Milwaukee Public Schools and the children whom the district serves.

Legislative Policy Specialist

The purpose of this position is to assist the Legislative Policy Manager in developing, analyzing and then communicating the legislative and public policy needs of Milwaukee Public Schools and the children whom the district serves.

Legislative Services Officer

Develops, analyzes and then communicates the legislative and public policy needs of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and the children whom the district serves.

Library Media Specialist

Coordinates the library/media program in the building and provides leadership in information access, retrieval, and evaluation as it pertains to the range of technological formats available.

Licensing & Pre-Service Specialist

Coordinates placements between Milwaukee Public Schools and partnering colleges and universities for Clinical Education, Student Teachers and Field Placement Students.

Licensing and Pre-Service Specialist

Coordinates placements between Milwaukee Public Schools and partnering colleges and universities for Clinical Education, Student Teachers and Field Placement Students.

Literacy Coach

The literacy coach will have the primary responsibility for assisting classroom teachers in implementing the balanced literacy approach to reading instruction. The literacy coach will work with students and teachers directly in the classroom modeling effective reading instruction.

Mail Handler

Process all incoming and outgoing US Mail, school mail, interdepartmental mail, special mail and packages. Receive deliveries at the Administration Building. Receive and route all interschool mail, provide guidance and direction for preparation of mail at all school and other sites.

Mail Handler

Processes all incoming and outgoing US Mail, school mail, interdepartmental mail, special mail and packages. Receives deliveries at the Central Office Building. Receives and routes all interschool mail, provides guidance and direction for preparation of mail at all school and other Milwaukee Public Schools sites.

Management Intern

Assists with working on special projects for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Office of Human Resources.

Management Intern

Assists with working on special projects for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Office of Human Resources. Responds to questions from employees and job applicants.

Management Intern - Office of the Chief of Staff

Assists with working on special projects for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), especially those in support of the MPS Strategic Plan. Provides significant support to the Manager of Strategic Plans & Special Projects in the areas of research, analysis, project design and evaluation.

Management Intern - Office of the Superintendent

Assists with working on special projects for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Researches and evaluates various aspects of assigned department. Publishes MPS information to the public in a variety of formats. Responds to questions from the public.

Management Intern (Employee Rights and Administrative Law)

Assists with working on special projects for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Office of Human Resources.

Management Intern, Department of Facilities and Maintenance Services

Assist with working on special projects for Milwaukee Public Schools – Department of Facility and Maintenance Services (DFMS) including the evaluation and development of department business processes and data stores. Provide support in the implementation of and training for various process improvements and technology updates.

Manager – Performance Management

Creates, coordinates and implements district-wide efforts to ensure that performance management (PM) and quality improvement (QI) programs are aligned to budget and become the driving force to increase student achievement, family and community engagement and effective and efficient operations.

Manager - Technology Support Services

Administer, coordinate and supervise the activities of the Milwaukee Public Schools Technology Support Center in providing customers with support for their use of technology.

Manager I Financial Planning

Develops, analyzes, executes and supervises budget processes. Evaluates the relationships between major program changes and the financial status of the district.

Manager I, MPSU Programming

Implements and manages of all aspects of the district’s teacher and administrator training for staff including responsibilities for the planning, developing, scheduling and logistics of university partnerships and Milwaukee Public Schools University (MPSU).

Manager I, STEM

Directs and supports the development & implementation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum and instruction district-wide for grades K3-12.

Manager I, Student Discipline

Ensures that the implementation of the District’s policies concerning discipline are fair and equitable. Addresses complaints from parents, guardians, students and others regarding the implementation of the District’s disciplinary policies.

Manager II, Advanced Academics

Aligns all position activities with districts priorities and instruction plan, goals for Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), SpringBoard and programs for gifted and talented students and programs for the academically talented that build on district and school program development.

Manager II, Department of Bilingual Multicultural

Provides leadership, direction and supervision to programmatic services for English Learners, such as Dual Language and ESL programs in accordance with local, state and federal policies and guidelines in coordination with the Director of Bilingual and Multicultural Education.

Manager II, Employment Relations

Manages the Employment Rights Administration Division (ERAD).

Manager II, School Counseling

Coordinates school counseling activities and monitors effective implementation of the Milwaukee Public Schools Comprehensive School Counseling Plan and Academic and Career Planning.

Manager III, Educator Effectiveness

Coordinates the district-wide launch of the Danielson Performance plan in conjunction with the Coordinator III, Educator Effectiveness, coordinates the required training of staff and provides a framework for development of an administrative and support services staff evaluation plan district wide.

Manager III, Maintenance & Repair

Plans, directs, coordinates and supervises the activities of the assigned shops and service contractors on work related to the maintenance and repair of Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) facilities.

Manager III, Talent Management and Compensation

Plans, organizes and directs the day-to-day operations of the Staffing unit, which performs recruiting and employment functions for Milwaukee Public Schools. Facilitates the recruitment process for MPS administrators, both certificated and classified.

Manager of Application Development

Plans, organizes and controls systems development, enhancement and maintenance activities of the Application Development Division.

Manager of Enterprise Services

Administer, coordinate and supervise Enterprise Services in the procurement, warehousing and delivery of food, equipment and supplies for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Manager of Operations (Manager III)

The Manager of Operations plans, directs and coordinates the business operations for a multi-disciplinary, urban recreation department serving a community of nearly 600,000 residents.

Manager of Technical Services

Provides technology leadership in the development and implementation of District wide technology infrastructure systems. The Manager of Technical Services will plan, implement and support technology based solutions to achieve effective student and business systems and processes.

Manager Student Assignment

The Manager Student Assignment is responsible for the coordination of the district’s student registration process and related activities of school selection and the complimentary enrollment process with the Student Services Specialist.

Manager, Accountability and Efficiency

Plans, executes and finalizes department projects/assignments according to requirements and desired deliverables. Plans and maintains procedures and policies that enable optimum efficiency of employees and resources. Coordinates the work assignment process for the office.

Manager, Contract Compliance

Develops, directs and coordinates the programs and activities of Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) Contract Compliance Services Division. Oversees and coordinates MPS’ multi-faceted Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), Communities In Need (COIN) and Student Engagement (in the form of student employment and career education) activities.

Manager, Design and Construction

Develops the overall plan for the capital major maintenance program. Establishes project schedules, design requirements, constructability assessments, value engineering, bid schedules, funding and allocation of resources for all capital and major projects.

Manager, District and School Improvement

Oversees, supports and ensures compliance with the Milwaukee Public Schools’ District Improvement Plan and related corrective action requirements (CAR) and School Improvement Plans (SIP). Works to ensure specific goals are reached within specific timelines.

Manager, District and School Improvement

Oversees, supports and ensures compliance with the Milwaukee Public Schools’ District Improvement Plan and related corrective action requirements (CAR) and School Improvement Plans (SIP). Works to ensure specific goals are reached within specific timelines.

Manager, Employee Rights and Administrative Law

Manages the Employment Rights and Administrative Law department. Administers the Board’s worker’s compensation, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and unemployment compensation programs. Manages the service received from the Board’s third party claims administrator for workers compensation.

Manager, Financial Reporting

Plan, organize and supervise district centralized accounting operations and the General Ledger System.

Manager, Financial Reporting

Directs, oversees and reviews the preparation of the State Annual Report and Fall Budget Reports for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to ensure that the district receives its state aid. Directs, oversees and reviews the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the Report on Federal and State Awards (Single Audit).

Manager, Financial Reporting

Manages, oversees and reviews the preparation of the State Annual Report and Fall Budget Reports for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to ensure that the district receives its state aid. Coordinates the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Maintains communication with all stakeholders in order to ensure there are no surprises

Manager, Financial Reporting

Manages, oversees and reviews the preparation of the State Annual Report and Fall Budget Reports for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to ensure that the district receives its state aid. Coordinates the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Maintains communication with all stakeholders in order to ensure there are no surprises.

Manager, Head Start Early Childhood Education

Improves the content, quality and consistency of curriculum and assessment of student progress and performance. Supervises, monitors and evaluates Head Start teachers and educational assistants.

Manager, Office of Family Services

Supervises the district’s discipline process, student registration process, various district enrollment processes and management of the district’s central student records. Works with school principals and other departments to provide support, technical assistance and professional development in the area of student services.

Manager, Parent and Community Engagement

Plans, directs, controls and supervises district activities related to parental and community engagement for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) in alignment with the district Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework.

Manager, Pension and Data Systems

Manages the administration of the district’s two supplemental pension plans. Develops and maintains the accounting and reporting associated with the City of Milwaukee – Employees’ Retirement System, Wisconsin Retirement System and the districts 403(B) tax sheltered annuity program.

Manager, Procurement

Develops objectives, policies and procedures for the purchase of goods and services district-wide and ensures adherence to federal, state and local rules and regulations and the policies of the School Board of Directors.

Manager, Staffing Services

Plans, organizes and directs the day-to-day operations of the Staffing unit, which performs recruiting and employment functions for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Manager, Student Assignment

The Manager Student Assignment is responsible for the coordination of the district’s student registration process and related activities of school selection and the complimentary enrollment process with the Student Services Specialist.

Marketing Specialist

Improves district market share and promotes a positive image for Milwaukee Public Schools by developing, planning and implementing a multi-prong, multi-level marketing campaign.

Math Resource Teacher

Provides students with quality, data-driven mathematics instruction focused on making connections, engaging students in using mathematical reasoning, modeling and representing mathematical ideas in a variety of ways in identified schools that Fail to Meet Expectations on the annual DPI School Report Card.

Math Resource Teacher

Provides students with quality, data-driven math instruction focused on developing foundational skills identified schools that Fail to Meet Expectations on the annual DPI School Report Card.

Mechanical Engineer

Provides professional engineering support to review, design, troubleshoot and inspect current and proposed mechanical systems throughout the Milwaukee Public Schools system.

Mechanical Engineer

Provides professional engineering support to review, design, troubleshoot, manage and inspect current and proposed mechanical systems throughout the Milwaukee Public Schools system.

Media Coordinator

The Media Coordinator serves as the direct contact between the media and the Milwaukee Public School District. In addition, the Media Relations Coordinator will also work with the Assistant Coordinator of Human Relations to develop a mechanism to inform the non school community specifically served by Community Relations.

Media Manager

Plan, coordinate and implement district wide media relations activities. Serve as direct contact between MPS and the media.

Media Manager

Lead the development, planning and execution of public and media relations strategy in support of the overarching MPS communications plan to help generate greater public confidence in public education in Milwaukee.

Media Relations Coordinator

Responsible for creating, designing and producing materials for the district to provide attractive, informative and effective marketing pieces and communications vehicles for Milwaukee Public Schools students, parents, employees and the community.

MPS Performance and Quality Improvement Manager

The Performance Manager will be responsible for creating the district’s Performance Goals and corresponding action plan to implement them district-wide.

Music Coordinator

Performs a range of complex duties in support of the music education programs for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Organizes and coordinates MPS music education activities that operate in conjunction with the Wisconsin School Music Association policies and procedures for district solo-ensemble and concert festivals as well as MPS district wide music events.

Network Architect

Achieves maximum functionality of the data and video communications network through effective planning, design and installation of communications equipment and facilities.

Network Coordinator

This position is responsible for providing technical support and training in all aspects of computer network administration and hardware and software maintenance and utilization for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Network Coordinator (10 Month)

This position is responsible for providing technical support and training in all aspects of computer network administration and hardware and software maintenance and utilization for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Network Support Specialist

At the school level or as a member of the Technology Services staff, this position provides essential technical (network and personal computer) support to MPS staff, teachers and students.

Network Support Specialist (10 Month)

At the school level or as a member of the Technology Services staff, this position provides essential technical (network and personal computer) support to MPS staff, teachers and students.

Nurse Coordinator/Supervisor

Provides safe nursing services to students to eliminate health barriers to learning. Provides development of school health programs. Orients, trains, assigns and evaluates the performance of School Nurse Associates (SNA’s/LPN’s) and school nurses (RN’s).

Nutrition Technician

Plans the Head Start nutrition program in accordance with appropriate regulations and standards.

Nutrition Technician

The Nutrition Technician with Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) plans the Head Start nutrition program in accordance with Head Start performance standards and works in coordination with the Division of School Nutrition Services.

Para Educational Assistant

Under professional supervision, engages in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools.

Para Educational Assistant

Under professional supervision, to engage in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools.

Paralegal (Finance)

Assists staff of Insurance and Risk Management, including the Manager and Contracts Attorney in conducting activities related to the drafting and negotiation of contracts and preparation of other information related to workers compensation.

Paraprofessional

Engages in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools.

Paraprofessional - Community Engagement

Engages in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools. Works to develop strong parental connections to the school.

Paraprofessional – First Nations Studies

Under professional supervision, engages in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools to ensure they are representative of the First Nations Studies Program.

Paraprofessional – Parent Engagement

Engages in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools. Works to develop strong parental connections to the school.

Paraprofessional Educational Assistant

Under professional supervision, to engage in activities which support and individualize the teaching-learning process in the Milwaukee Public Schools.

Parent Involvement Coordinator - Office of Family and Student Services

Provides guidance and support to school based parent coordinators in activities which promote communication and understanding between parents, school and community.

Parenting Youth Program Coordinator

Works collaboratively with district staff to support compliance with and implementation of the district Parenting Youth Program. Coordinates services amongst district departments and ensures access to services and educational opportunities for students in the program.

Payroll Analyst I

Assists in the management and supervision of daily MPS payroll operations and in the daily supervision of office staff and their assigned responsibilities.

Payroll Assistant I

Performs basic accounting and clerical work related to processing the Milwaukee Public Schools payroll on a bi-weekly basis.

Payroll Assistant II

Performs basic accounting and complex clerical work related to processing the Milwaukee Public Schools payroll on a bi-weekly basis.

Payroll Associate I

Assist in daily MPS payroll operations and in the administration off-cycle payroll processing. Facilitate Payroll and Time & Labor and Absence Management training. Process worker comp/injury conversions.

Payroll Coordinator

Supervise and direct the district payroll operation and payroll operating system

Payroll Manager

Manages and directs the districts payroll operations and payroll operating systems to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations and ensures all payroll functions are completed accurately and on schedule.

Payroll Supervisor II

Manages and directs the districts payroll operations and payroll operating systems to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations and ensures all payroll functions are completed accurately and on schedule.

PBIS Coach

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a research-based systems approach for supporting the behavioral needs of all students.

PBIS External Coach

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a research-based systems approach for establishing the social culture and behavior supports needed for schools to be effective learning environments for all students.

Peer Outreach

Conducts outreach on behalf of TEAM UP College Access Centers. Conducts informational sessions to eligible TEAM UP participants, posts flyers and contacts participants and other agencies.

Pension Analyst I

Performs and assists in a wide variety of specialized pension administration functions related to the following pension programs: MBSD supplemental early retirement plans covering teachers and certificated administrators, City of Milwaukee Employees` Retirement System (ERS), State of Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) and MPS 403(b) tax sheltered annuity program.

Pension Specialist

Responsible for the administration and assists in the management of the district’s two supplemental pension plans. Accounting and reporting associated with the City of Milwaukee – Employees’ Retirement System, Wisconsin Retirement System and the districts 403(B) tax sheltered annuity program.

Performance Analyst

Assists in planning, coordinating and analyzing research projects to ensure maximum benefit to the district, with a focus on research projects specific to the Innovation Office.

Performance Assessment Specialist

Provide leadership for efforts for assessment and data collection for Middle School Proficiencies.

Planning Assistant (Part-time)

The Milwaukee Public Schools Department of Recreation and Community Services is seeking a highly organized, and detailed oriented individual with exemplary organization and communication skills to provide operational support services for its high volume, part-time staff hiring and payroll processes.

Planning Assistant II- Black & Latino Male Achievement

Supports the Department of Black and Latino Male Achievement (BLMA) by ensuring that all data tracking, reporting and projects for the department are efficiently and effectively managed.

Planning Assistant III-Communications

Provide support to all areas of the Communications Office by implementing procedures and policies, coordinate, monitor and support all departmental projects.

Planning Assistant, Head Start Enrollment

Responsible for the eligibility and enrollment process in the Head Start Program, ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations and guidelines. Collaborates with families, schools and MPS offices, and works in partnership with the Head Start Policy Council and the Milwaukee Public Schools Board of School Directors.

Plumber Journeyman I

Installs, replaces, modifies, inspects and repairs the following: a. Water system piping, devices, supports, etc. from the city shut-off valves into and throughout the building being served. b. Plumbing equipment and devices including but not limited to; water heaters, pumps, heat exchangers, laboratory equipment, kitchen equipment, various fixtures, faucets, water filters, etc. c. Low pressure natural gas piping and piping devices serving plumbing and kitchen equipment and laboratory devices. d. Swimming pool water circulation, filtration and piping systems and associated component and devices. e. Water solenoid and thermostatic mixing valves.

Policy Development Assistant

The purpose of this position is to assist the Legislative Policy Manager in communicating the legislative and public policy needs of Milwaukee Public Schools and the children whom the district serves.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal

Directs and manages the instructional program and supervises operations and personnel at the campus level. Provides leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service according to the Milwaukee Public Schools educational plan.

Principal Coach

Manages and coordinates the reform efforts at Washington High School under the supervision of the building principal. Provides leadership and support and ensures the fidelity of the reform efforts underway.

Principal, All Levels

Provides overall leadership for assigned school and ensures student achievement goals and district initiatives are met.

Principal, Turnaround School

Milwaukee Public Schools is looking for visionary leaders with exceptional management and instructional leadership skills who can dramatically improve student achievement in chronically low-performing schools.

Procurement Associate II

The Procurement Associate II monitors contracts to ensure compliance with the Board’s Administrative Policy 3.09 and internal controls for contracting. This position also drafts contracts and identifies opportunities to create blanket contracts that are advantageous to the District.

Professional Development Coordinator (Academic)

Oversees, develops and implements all professional development for the school district with regard to teaching and learning instruction and best practices.

Professional Development Registrar

Plans, organizes and manages all activities related to the Professional Development Assistant and PeopleSoft software. Trains school-based and department administrators on the professional development tracking systems.

Program Administrator, Special Education

Responsible for supporting schools in their efforts to fully comply with federal and state laws enacted to ensure equitable educational opportunities for students with disabilities.

Program Coordinator Technical Education

The Technical Education Initiative Program Coordinator is responsible for the design, development, interpretation, and evaluation of trade and technical education, including development, interpretation, dissemination and evaluation of the curriculum for the Milwaukee Public Schools.

Program Planning Assistants

Oversees the day to day operations of Milwaukee Public School’s (MPS) College Access Centers, for MPS and non-MPS students. Advises students on college applications, scholarships, financial aid and career planning.

Programmer

Performs entry level computer programming; including writing, testing, documenting and implementing new and existing programs.

Programmer Analyst I

Performs computer software development and analysis including writing, testing, documenting and implementing new and existing computer software. Performs system and program analysis and design for new and existing systems.

Programmer/Analyst

Performs computer programming and analysis including writing, testing, documenting and implementing new and existing programs and JCL. Assists with analysis work as assigned in the modification of existing systems.

Project Administrator (Grants)

Coordinates the GE Foundation’s Developing Futures™ In Education grant to boost achievement in math and science and to prepare students for success in technology and for global competition.

Project Director, GE Grant

Coordinates the GE Foundation’s Developing Futures™ In Education grant to boost achievement in math and science and to prepare students for success in technology and for global competition.

Project Director, Safe Schools/Healthy Students

Oversees the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative grant through coordination with Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) administrators and other staff, community resources, other non-public schools and higher education resources to ensure the grant is operating appropriately and covering the needs of the Milwaukee School District.

Project Manager of Maintenance and Repair

Reviews, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of repair and maintenance projects to ensure that the goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames and funding parameters by performing the following duties personally or through assigned personnel.

Project Specialist

Provides overall coordination of contract administration for both major maintenance and major construction projects. Coordinates design efforts of outside consultants with in-house personnel.

Project Specialist (Design and Construction)

Coordinates contract administration for major maintenance and construction projects. Coordinates design efforts of outside consultants with in-house personnel. Develops bidding schedule and oversees other initiatives as required.

Psychological Services Supervisor

Supervises, monitors, evaluates and provides provisional support to over 130 school psychologists in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Psychometric Assistant

A psychometric assistant performs, usually on a part-time basis, the psycho diagnostic procedures described in the trainee psychologist job description. The psychometric assistant works as a technician under the guidance of a certified school psychologist with duties limited to psychometric testing and reporting.

Reading Coordinator

Supervises and oversees Reading Resource Teachers placed in identified schools. Provides Reading Resource Teachers with direct, intensive, and ongoing professional development and support focused on literacy instruction and strategies, assessment strategies, and data collection and analysis.

Reading Resource Teacher

Provides students with quality, data-driven literacy instruction focused on developing foundational skills, vocabulary acquisition, comprehension strategies and reading fluency in identified schools that Fail to Meet Expectations on the annual DPI School Report Card.

Real Estate Attorney

Administers MPS real estate transactions to ensure the District and the School Board have their needs represented.

Rec/Inventory Supply Custodian

Under the direction of the Manager of the Warehouse and Distribution Services, the Inventory Supply Custodian is responsible for ordering supplies and material, maintaining records related to supply and material ordering, receiving, issuing, shipping and purchasing. Assigning and supervising work of stockroom custodians.

Records Management Assistant

Under general supervision, the Records Management Specialist will perform a variety of analytical and administrative duties related to the development, implementation, and maintenance of the District’s records management program.

Records Management Specialist

Performs duties required to oversee and ensure that the District meets all legal requirements for the maintenance, security, destruction, confidentiality, access and release of public records for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Records Management Specialist

Performs duties required to oversee and ensure that the District meets all legal requirements for the maintenance, security, destruction, confidentiality, access and release of public records for Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Recreation Coordinator Community Centers (Manager I)

The Recreation Coordinator of Playgrounds & Community Centers oversees a diverse array of recreation programs throughout the city of Milwaukee including youth and adult enrichment programs, summer playgrounds, mobile units, Community and Recreation Engaging Students (C.A.R.E.S.) programming, special events and the department’s marketing functions.

Recreation Coordinator of Afterschool Programs (Manager I)

The Recreation Coordinator of After School Programs oversees the Recreation Department’s Community Learning Center (CLC), Safe Place, Child Care Camp, and Partnership for the Arts and Humanities programs at over 100 locations.

Recreation District Supervisor

Implement, facilitate and supervise all recreation programs in a Community Recreation District that services a population of 100,000 to 150,000 people.

Recreation Leader V

Provides office support to the Milwaukee Public School’s Recreation Department Facilities Manager (Coordinator II). The ideal candidate contributes to a positive team spirit, responds promptly to customer needs and shows a high level of initiative.

Recruitment Coordinator

Develops and implements an aggressive recruitment plan that will provide MPS with a diverse applicant pool. Creates strategies to attract applicants for critical shortage areas through identification and utilization of many sources.

Regional Coordinator, Specialized Services

Works collaboratively with and serves as the liaison between the Office of School Administration and the Department of Specialized Services on district and local school initiatives that impact the provision of a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to students with disabilities.

Regional Director of School Support

The MPS Regional Director of School Support will serve as a contributing team member of the MPS Regional System of Support and Accountability.

Regional Superintendent

Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) seeks a dynamic leader who is student-focused, data-driven, expects continuous improvement, is a driving force for change and can achieve results in the schools.

Regional Superintendent – High School Region

Performs a variety of supervisory and administrative tasks in directing the operation of the high schools in the Milwaukee Public Schools. Exhibits knowledge and skills in effective leadership, strategic planning, change leadership and management.

Research Analyst

Designs and conducts research/evaluation studies using advanced statistical techniques. Analyzes data from a wide variety of sources in order to support the districts policies.

Research Manager

Conduct rigorous research to identify strengths and needs with existing programs. Coordinate district data support for progress monitoring and fidelity of implementation measures. Provide direct assistance to school leadership teams for data informed decision making and school improvement planning.

Research Specialist

Design and conduct complex research/evaluation studies using advanced statistical techniques. Analyze data from a wide variety of sources in order to support the districts policies on promotion/graduation, assessment and accountability, consistent with ESEA requirements.

Research Specialist

Leads development, implementation and reporting of district-wide surveys, including the annual Climate and Instructional Practices survey. Coordinates internal and external research projects to ensure research plans are designed to maximize benefits to the District.

Research Specialist, 10 Month

Design and conduct complex research/evaluation studies using advanced statistical techniques. Analyze data from a wide variety of sources in order to support the districts policies on promotion/graduation, assessment and accountability, consistent with ESEA requirements.

Research Technician

Provides essential technical support for the development, analysis and production of district accountability and evaluation reports.

Resource Specialist

Functions as an expert in a specific application or emerging technology.

Risk Analyst, Procurement & Risk Management

Assists the Director, Procurement & Risk Management with management of litigated legal claims, including workers’ compensation and general liability claims.

Roofer Crew Leader

Plans, organizes, directs, evaluates, monitors and manages District and contracted personnel in; a. Removing, replacing, and repairing damaged roof and flashing systems b. Installing new roof and flashing systems c. Maintaining and implementing the district’s inspection and preventive roof maintenance program

Safety Analyst

Assist in the design and management of the district’s work-related safety programs. Identify and recommend solutions for work related safety hazards and regulatory compliance including OSHA.

Safety Coordinator Supervisor (12 Month)

Supervise and evaluate Safety Assistants within assigned schools and coordinate safety procedures within the schools. Maintain a safe school environment while closely working with administration and the police.

Safety Operations Supervisor

Manage the development of safety personnel to overtime assignments, particularly last minute and emergency deployments.

Safety Program Manager (II)

Assists in the design and management of the Board’s work related safety programs. Identifies and recommends solutions for work related safety hazards and regulatory compliance including OSHA.

Safety Specialist

Assist in the design and management of the Board’s work related safety programs. Identify and recommend solutions for work related safety hazards and regulatory compliance including OSHA.

Safety Specialist

Identify, develop and provide related training needs. Develop and maintain safety and risk management information systems. Assist in the operation of the district’s Human Resource/Payroll System.

Safety Specialist (F&M)

Under the direction of the Hazardous Materials Supervisor, the Safety Specialist develops and oversees a broad range of safety programs, audits environmental and safety programs, performs inspections, tests and evaluations and issues reports regarding FMS activities.

Safety Supervisor – Loss Control

Conducts preliminary investigations for property loss, theft or damage and coordinates investigations with the proper authorities.

Safety Technician

Investigates safety issues and concerns and ensures appropriate laws and regulations are being followed in all MPS buildings, OHSA and other federal, state and local safety requirements. Coordinates control measures to ensure legal compliance.

Scan Monitor

Scan Monitors will keep students and staff safe. The job includes monitoring book-bags, lunch bags, and other baggage, including coats and purses.

School Bookkeeper

Maintains accounts relative to school generated funds. Supports schools with the various accounting functions.

School Bookkeeper

To maintain accounts relative to school generated funds and to operate school bookstore.

School Data Support Specialist

Serves as the functional project manager for the data warehouse. Provides training to district and school staff on the data warehouse, including dashboard and reporting. Serves as a liaison to the Department of Technology, communicating development priorities and needs.

School Engineer I

The School Engineer 1 operates the heating and ventilating plants of a school, office, or other building under the jurisdiction of the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

School Engineer I

The School Engineer 1 operates the heating and ventilating plants of a school, office, or other building under the jurisdiction of the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

School Engineer II

Under the general supervision of the Director of Plant Operation is responsible for the uninterrupted and comfortable operation of the school plant, ensuring that standards of cleanliness, sanitation, safety and security are met.

School Engineer III

Under the general supervision of the Director of Plant Operation, is responsible for the uninterrupted and comfortable operation of the school plant, ensuring that standards of cleanliness, sanitation, safety, and security are met.

School Improvement

Oversees, supports and ensures compliance with the Milwaukee Public Schools’ District Improvement Plan and School Improvement Plans (SIP). Works to ensure specific goals are reached within specific timelines. Works closely with Office of Academics, Leadership and Innovation & Information service.

School Improvement Monitor

A grant funded position which through the School Improvement Grant; supports Cohort II Persistently Low Performing Schools in the Metro Region. Coordinates with the Office of District and School Improvement, the Office of the Chief Academic Officer, the Metro Regional Team, school Principals and teaching staff to ensure fidelity of implementation of literacy and mathematics instruction at assigned schools.

School Kitchen Manager

Works with assigned managers to learn the specifics of the job of School Kitchen Manager. Assumes responsibility for the efficient operation of the school kitchen and may be required to replace absent managers on a short- or long-term basis. Travel between locations may be required.

School Library Media Specialist (Librarian)

Facilitates library media or instructional technology programs as aligned to school and district priorities. Promotes the use of multiple forms of media to support literacy development and leads students to become effective users of information and technology skills & tools necessary for college and career readiness.

School Nurse

Provides case management and nursing care for students with special care needs in the school setting, as prescribed by a physician. The delivered care has been requested by the parents and is outlined in the Individualized Education Program.

School Nurse

Provides case management and nursing care for students with special care needs in the school setting, as prescribed by a physician.

School Psychologist

School Psychologists work within Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and focus on prevention and intervention and activities to enhance student achievement.

School Resource Coordinator

The School Resource Coordinator will drive, develop, and implement the community school effort in conjunction with the building administrator.

School Safety Assistant

To make assigned school safe and secure for the students, teachers, administrators and other personnel. Patrol designated areas during assigned hours with a view to maintaining safety and security.

School Safety Assistant

Ensures assigned school or other venue is safe and secure for the students, teachers, administrators and other personnel of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and the public.

School Safety Coordinator

Supervises and evaluates Safety Assistants within assigned schools and coordinates safety procedures within the schools. Maintains a safe school environment while closely working with administration and all emergency responders in the community.

School Safety Coordinator

Supervises and evaluates Safety Assistants within assigned schools and coordinates safety procedures within the schools. Maintains a safe school environment while closely working with administration and all emergency responders in the community.

School Safety Program Manager II

Assists, coordinates and plans various parts of the safety division budget in regards to large expenditures associated with purchases, services and contracts.

School Safety Supervisor - Citations

Supervises and evaluates Safety Assistants within assigned schools and coordinates safety procedures in the schools. Maintains a safe school environment while working with the Milwaukee Public Schools administration and Milwaukee Police Department.

School Secretary I

Completes secretarial and clerical tasks and assignments for the department director. Serves as a liaison between the staff of other divisions/departments, schools, parents/guardians, community members and the director.

School Secretary I - 10 Month

The duties are responsible and demanding and require in-depth knowledge of rules and procedures. Frequent contact with others, (i.e., students, staff, parents, vendors, general public) is typically required.

School Secretary I – Central Office

Performs assigned secretarial and clerical duties necessary for the efficient operation of a Milwaukee Public School.

School Secretary II

Provides direct office support for the Career & Technical Education and Local Vocational Education Coordinators.

School Social Work Aide

Appropriate certification in teaching science will be required for positions at the early childhood and elementary grades. The Science Teaching Specialist is a non-evaluative, non supervisory Teacher position that will work collaboratively with science Teacher Leaders, classroom Teachers, School Learning Teams and District Instructional Leaders.

School Social Worker

Assists in modifying social, emotional and environmental factors affecting children’s education.

School Support Specialist

Provides administrative support to the teacher-led schools.

School Support Teacher

Serves under the direction of the building’s Principal and the CAO to support the Framework for Teaching at the school and classroom level.

School Technology Instructional Specialist

Collects and maintains district wide database of all intelligent assets with the use of a third party asset management product.

Science Teaching Specialist

The Science Teaching Specialist is a non-evaluative, non supervisory Teacher position that will work collaboratively with science Teacher Leaders, classroom Teachers, School Learning Teams and District Instructional Leaders.

Science Teaching Specialist

Appropriate certification in teaching science will be required for positions at the early childhood and elementary grades. The Science Teaching Specialist is a non-evaluative, non supervisory Teacher position that will work collaboratively with science Teacher Leaders, classroom Teachers, School Learning Teams and District Instructional Leaders.

Seasonal Small Engine Mechanic/Groundskeeper

Provide basic small engine maintenance and upkeep to outdoor recreation facilities in the City of Milwaukee.

Secretary

Provides administrative assistance to the curricular areas of Reading, English and Physical Education/Wellness & Prevention.

Secretary I

Position requires in-depth knowledge of rules and procedures. Frequent contacts with others, (i.e., students, staff, parents, vendors, general public) is typically required. Exercises independent action and discretion within the assigned responsibilities. Maintains records, accesses and maintains information from databases, uses word processing, spread sheets, and data base applications in the performance of the assigned tasks.

Secretary I

The duties are responsible and demanding and require in-depth knowledge of rules and procedures. Frequent contact with others, (i.e., students, staff, parents, vendors, general public) is typically required. The position frequently exercises independent action and discretion within the assigned responsibilities.

Secretary II

Performs assigned secretarial and clerical duties necessary for the efficient operation of a secondary Milwaukee Public School.

Secretary II

Performs assigned secretarial and clerical duties necessary for the efficient operation of a secondary (middle/high) Milwaukee Public School or leads the work of a large Central Office department. Leads the work of other secretaries assigned to the same location.

Secretary II

Provides administrative assistance to the curricular areas of Reading, English and Physical Education/Wellness & Prevention.

Secretary II (Webmaster Assistant)

Assists and supports administrators and other staff at GPA, and manages the office operations and coordinates the work of other support staff.

Senior Alternative School Program Officer

Assist the Director of Alternative Programs with contracting and request for proposal process and program monitoring. Coordinates the work of the Alternative School Program Officers. Prepares and submits the district’s Children At Risk Report. Coordinate MPS Gifted and Talented Program and union related matters within the Division.

Senior Communications Specialist

Implements strategic and comprehensive communications to employees and the public to increase knowledge, awareness and appreciation of district and school operations.

Senior Director, Department of Talent Management

Manages and directs the staffing of schools and central services with qualified staff on a district-wide basis. Ensures compliance with Board policies, district needs, federal and state laws and contractual obligations.

Senior Director, Financial Planning and Budget Services

Plans, organizes and coordinates the development, preparation, presentation, implementation and evaluation of the district’s annual $1.1 billion budget and long-range financial planning.

Senior Director-Benefits and Compensation

Under the supervision of the Chief Human Capital Officer, provides strategic leadership, direction and oversight for the district’s employee benefits and compensation functions to include: directing, developing and implementing financial, administrative strategies for effectively managing benefits, compensation, and insurance programs for MPS.

Senior Fiscal Policy Analyst

Provides transparency, oversight, and accountability to District financial operations. Researches and evaluates fiscal performance of the District and its programs and makes recommendations to strengthen fiscal stewardship for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Senior HRMS Administrative Analyst

Performs design, development and set-up services as a functional lead for the PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System (HRMS) for the Office of Human Resources (OHC). Emphasizes internal controls, documentation of functional duties/processes and operational accuracy and effectiveness.

Senior HRMS Administrative Analyst

Performs design, development and set-up services as a functional lead for the PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System (HRMS) for the Office of Human Resources (OHR).

Senior Human Resources Assistant

Act as confidential Senior H.R. Assistant to the Manager of Classified Staffing; perform lead worker and office management functions; monitor employee licensure; PeopleSoft input; coordinate and facilitate the filling of classified vacancies; assist in the administration of various staffing and related activities pertaining to classified personnel.

Senior Human Resources Coordinator

The Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) HR Coordinators are responsible for recruiting individuals and developing hiring practices that attract an effective and diverse workforce committed to serving the students of the district.

Senior Programmer Analyst

Performs computer software development and analysis including writing, testing, documenting and implementing new and existing computer software. Performs system and program analysis and design for new and existing systems.

Senior Project Analyst

Responsible in assisting the Manager of Accounting and Technology with the overall coordination of the Information Technology Group including database administration, client/server technology, application development, internet/intranet systems, LAN and WAN and overseeing systems training and documentation.

Senior School Data Support Specialist

Provides direct assistance to school leadership teams for data driven decision making. Assists schools in the identification/replication of best practices in literacy and mathematics.

Site Coordinators

Site Coordinators will oversee the day to day operations of our student centers. Will advise students on college applications, scholarships, and career planning.

Small Engine Mechanic

Independently adjust, repair, overhaul and replace small engines and other equipment not requiring full and complete journeyman’s skills. In addition, assist the Automotive Mechanic in various repair functions.

Special Assignment Substitutes

A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) Special Assignment Substitute provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Special Education Leadership Liaison

Works as part of the Regional Core team to provide district level leadership, accountability, training, guidance and support for the provision of high quality special education services and supports to students with disabilities.

Special Education Program Supervisor

Works collaboratively with district staff to support compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Special Education Program Supervisor (10Month)

Works collaboratively with district staff to support compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Supervises trainers for the SSIMS Project Team, coordinates trainings and help sessions for SSIMS/Encore district users and assists in implementing district compliance management documentation.

Special Education Program Supervisor, Year-Round

Works collaboratively with district staff to support compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Supervises trainers for the SSIMS Project Team, coordinates trainings and help sessions for SSIMS/Encore district users and assists in implementing district compliance management documentation.

Specialist I, Gifted & Talented Curriculum

Serves as a liaison between the schools and the Gifted & Talented Programs, and works to develop additional programming and delivery methods.

Specialist I, MPSU Development

Implements and manages all aspects of the district based training programs for staff including responsibilities for the planning, developing, scheduling and logistics of training activities and MPSU.

Specialist II, IT Project Management

Manages Information Technology projects against strategic, operational and financial plans. Directs support for major IT projects and develops and implements project management standards.

Specialist II, Sustainability

Provides leadership in support of the District’s plans to incorporate sustainability activities aimed at reducing the environmental impact of MPS’ operations.

Specialist II, Sustainability

Provides leadership in support of the District’s plans to incorporate sustainability activities aimed at reducing the environmental impact of MPS’ operations.

Sr. Director, Facilities & Maintenance

Responsible for all activities performed within the Department of Facilities and Maintenance. Establishes overall objectives and initiatives of the Department to support the goals and long-range plans of the District.

Sr. Director, Facilities & Maintenance

Responsible for all activities performed by the department. Establishes the overall objectives and initiatives of the department to support the goals and long range plans of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Sr. Director, Student Services

Plans, directs, controls and supervises the activities and personnel assigned both directly and/or through subordinate supervisors to support the operation of schools.

Staffing Services Coordinator - Certificated

The Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) Staffing Services Coordinators are responsible for recruiting individuals and developing hiring practices that attract an effective and diverse workforce committed to serving the students of the district.

Staffing Specialist

Performs Human Resources functions related to various classified positions, including contract negotiation and enforcement. Monitors compliance with applicable State and Federal laws. Processes disciplinary actions related to classified employees.

Steamfitter-Refrigeration

Installs, repairs, inspects, maintains, tests, modifies, etc. a variety of heating, ventilating, air conditioning (HVAC), commercial natural gas, compressed air, control and oil systems and related components and equipment.

Stockroom Custodian

Fill supply requisitions, loan requests and rental equipment orders.

Student Assignment Coordinator

Coordinates the district’s student registration process and related activities of school selection and the complimentary enrollment process with the Student Services Specialist

Student Recruitment and Retention Specialist

Implements outreach strategies to promote and publicize the district. Makes presentations to potential students, parents, community organizations and civic groups. Attends student recruitment fairs.

Student Recruitment and Retention Specialist

Serves as a strategic liaison for the enrollment process at Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Coordinates with the Department of Student Services, the Chief Finance Office and the Office of the Superintendent to ensure initiatives are implemented smoothly and the communication is on-going.

Student Retention Specialist

Provides implementation oversight and coordination of alternative education programs for students identified as needing additional support in achieving high school graduation.

Student Services Coordinator

The Student Service Coordinator implements the district’s policies and procedures regarding serious discipline problems and processes parent’s requests for assignments.

Student Services Coordinator

The Student Service Coordinator implements the district’s policies and procedures regarding serious discipline problems and processes parent’s requests for assignments.

Student Services Coordinator (10 Month)

The Student Service Coordinator implements the district’s policies and procedures regarding serious discipline problems and processes parent’s requests for assignments.

Student Services Specialist

The Student Services Specialist is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the district’s discipline plan, student expulsions, the issuing of child work permits and special student assignments (shelters, homeless students), and supervises and assists in the processing of subpoenas and requests for student records.

Substitute Teacher

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) substitute teacher provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Summer School Coordinator

Provides assistance to the Director, Summer School with the design, implementation and day-to-day operations of the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) summer school program for kindergarten through grade 12 students as delegated and instructed.

Superintendent of Schools

Serve as chief executive officer, be accountable to the Board of Education, as a Board, for the administration of the educational system and for the interpretation and fulfillment of the district functions, primary activities and responsibilities.

Superintendent’s Special Assistant

Plans, coordinates, implements, and evaluates activities for the Superintendent’s education agenda. Works closely with the Superintendent to support day-today operations performing a variety of administrative, clerical and managerial tasks.

Supervising Dietician (10 Month)

Exercises direct authority over food service managers and food service assistants in those schools assigned to ensure compliance with directives of Board of School Directors policy and procedures of School Nutrition Services.

Supervising Dietitian - 12 Month

Coordinates and administers the procurement of food and government commodities. Prepares breakfast and lunch menus for the entire district.

Supervisor - C&I (Literacy Intervention)

Coordinates with district literacy personnel and teachers to support the implementation of the Comprehensive Literacy Plan (CLP) to improve teaching and learning in reading and language arts. The position involves providing leadership in the identification, implementation, and evaluation of targeted (Tier 2) literacy interventions.

Supervisor - PBIS

Oversees the district’s PBIS structure and serves as a resource to the PBIS Leadership Team. The position requires implementation of systemic support that extends beyond an individual school.

Supervisor – PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports)

Oversees the district’s PBIS structure and serves as a resource to the PBIS Leadership Team. The position requires implementation of systemic support that extends beyond an individual school.

Supervisor - School Social Workers

Plans and supervises (with school administrators) the work of School Social Workers and Social Work Assistants. Promotes knowledge and skills required to understand and work effectively with students/clients and families.

Supervisor - School Social Workers

Plans and supervises (with school administrators) the work of School Social Workers and Social Work Assistants. Promotes knowledge and skills required to understand and work effectively with students/clients and families. Educates School Social Workers on cultural and ethical issues involved when working with diverse populations and cultural differences.

Supervisor I, Building Operations

Directs and supervises the operations of schools and other district sites as assigned.

Supervisor I, Maintenance & Repair

Reviews, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of repair and maintenance operations to ensure that the goals and objectives are accomplished.

Supervisor I, School Technology Support

Supervises, evaluates and trains approximately 15 IT Service Technicians. Assists other supervisors and manager to support and train the entire staff of IT Service Technicians. Works with School Leaders to support technology in schools. Supports Technology and events in the Milwaukee Public Schools district.

Supervisor II, Contract Compliance

Develops, collaborates and coordinates with Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) to build diverse partnerships with local businesses and the community for students and families.

Supervisor II, Contracted Schools

Serves as a liaison between Milwaukee Public Schools and the varied contracted schools with which the district contracts. The position represents, communicates and implements school district initiatives, contracts and policies concerning contracted schools, as well as, supports the schools in the implementation of their educational program and compliance issues.

Supervisor II, Maintenance & Repair Projects

Reviews, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of repair and maintenance projects to ensure that the goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames and funding parameters by performing the duties personally or through assigned personnel.

Supervisor II, Maintenance & Repair Projects

Reviews, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of repair and maintenance projects to ensure that the goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames and funding parameters by performing the duties personally or through assigned personnel.

Supervisor II, Procurement

Supervises the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) purchasing operations.

Supervisor, Accounts Payable

The Supervisor, Accounts Payable provides leadership and supervisory assistance to the Comptroller, in the direction, administration, and maintenance of the District’s accounts payable policies, practices and procedures for the accurate payment and accounting of invoices; and all reporting requirements to vested stakeholders.

Supervisor, Application Development

Manages user requests for services and assigns projects. Coordinates and quality assures application development and implementation of projects. Interfaces with end users to confirm that services are delivered as expected.

Supervisor, Budget and Financial Reports

Plan, organize and supervise district budgeting and financial reporting operations.

Supervisor, Enrollment Services

Manages the district’s student assignment process and related activities of school selection. Coordinates with the Office of Communication to develop communications for schools, families and the community to promote enrollment into Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS).

Supervisor, Exceptional Education Management Systems

Provide for appropriate identification and placement procedures for children identified as having exceptional education needs; insure service follow up of students; assist in structuring and implementing appropriate in service experiences for staff; provide guidance, support and direction to school staff and administrators.

Supervisor, Maintenance and Repair

Reviews, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of multi-craft skilled trades maintenance and repair personnel of Milwaukee Public Schools to ensure the goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames and funding parameters.

Supervisor, Print Operations and Mailroom

Manages the day to day operations of Duplicating Services and purchases printing from outside vendors. Ensures smooth operation of the mailroom and works to ensure timely delivery of large mail projects.

Supervisor, Professional Development

Organizes and facilitates regional and district professional development initiatives. Serves as a trainer for seminars as necessary.

Supervisor, Psychological Services

Supervises, monitors, evaluates and provides provisional support to 137 school psychologists in MPS. Assists with problem-solving and mediation of conflicts that concern psychologists in the schools.

Supervisor, School Social Workers

Plans and supervises (with school administrators) the work of School Social Workers and Social Work Assistants. Promotes knowledge and skills required to understand and work effectively with students/clients and families.

Supervisor, Server Administration

Under direction, the Supervisor, Server Administration oversees all server administration activity including the installation and maintenance of server software, hardware and provides oversight of the District servers including support and maintenance of Microsoft Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange systems.

Supervisor, Special Education

Supervises diagnostic and program support teachers; itinerant teachers, paraprofessionals and special education teachers (co-evaluator). Provides direct guidance and support to ensure the delivery of appropriate services and supports aligned with state standards.

Supervisor, SSIMS

Provides district-wide direction and supervision of activities and functions related to federal, state and district compliance monitoring, quality assurance, accountability, training, information technology support and services for students with disabilities.

Supervisor, System Programming Resource Team

Plans and implements the operating system and communications environment. Maintains the operating system, application interfaces, data file organization structures and network access.

Supervisory Analyst

Plans, executes and finalizes department projects/assignments according to requirements and desired deliverables. Plans and maintains procedures and policies that enable optimum efficiency of employees and resources. Coordinates the work assignment process for the office.

Supplemental Teacher

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) supplemental teacher provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

System Programmer

The System Programmer is responsible for designing, implementing and supporting critical internet services for the Milwaukee Public School System for the purpose of increasing district efficiency.

Systems Programmer (Security)

Provisions, installs, configures, operates and maintains networking systems security programs and processes that support and enforce the District Security Policies and Procedures. Responsibilities include security at the network, server and application level on all computing platforms.

Talent Management Specialist

Talent Management Specialists are responsible for recruiting individuals and developing hiring practices that attract an effective and diverse workforce committed to serving the students of the district. Ensures compliance with licensure requirements and communicates with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).

TAP Master Teacher

Shares instructional leadership responsibilities with the principal and spends time in the classroom working with and modeling lessons for teachers. Collaborates to develop benchmark lessons and to determine the adoption of resources.

Teacher

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) teacher provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Teacher

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) teacher provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Teacher - Guidance

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) teacher, guidance provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Teacher - Guidance

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) teacher, guidance provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Teacher - Speech Pathologist

The basic function of the speech language pathologist is the professional application of the principals, methods, and procedures for the assessment, prognosis, counseling, instruction, habilitation, or rehabilitation related to the development and disorders of speech, voice, or language production and comprehension.

Teacher (Part-time)

The classroom is the most important place in the district. A Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) teacher provides an instructional program for students’ which is appropriate to their educational needs and developmental level.

Teacher Mentor

Mentoring is a support system encouraging effective use of the skills of teaching and adapting to the social system of the school. It encompasses assisting teachers in adjusting to a new teaching environment.

Teacher, Manhood Development Course

The Teacher plans and delivers the Manhood Development coursework and provides an educational atmosphere where African American and Latino male students have the opportunity to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth.

Technical Coordinator-Information Services

The Technical Coordinator is responsible for maintaining student data systems and coordinating the technical activities of the Department of Information Services.

Technician I, Data Management

Completes the day-to-day work of the Data Management unit and assists in the development and maintenance of documentation for employee electronic and paper files.

Technician I, Data Management & Wellness (PDF)

Completes the day-to-day work of the Data Management unit and assists in the development and maintenance of documentation for employee electronic and paper files. Implements, administers and evaluates the district’s Wellness Programs including day-to-day operations and oversight of program vendors.

Technology Acquisition Coordinator

Provides guidance to the user community on acquiring appropriate technological and electronic goods and services. Coordinates user needs with current MPS technology environment and works with Technical Services to review and approve requested equipment and non-standard technology acquisitions.

Technology Service Technician

Provides technical support to schools for the maintenance of technology equipment and services to include the repair and imaging of laptops, desktops, chrome books, tablets, cell phones, printers, scanners, smart boards and other equipment.

Technology Support Analyst

To support the efficient operation of the Special Services Information Management Systems (SSIMS) office, providing administrative support to the SSIMS Project Team, and to act as the first line of support in responding to questions from the user community.

Technology Support Center Coordinator I

Represents the Division of Technology as the main contact and resource for problems/inquiries relating to computer systems and related peripherals. Spends half time as supervisor of the Technology Support Call Center and half assisting customers.

Technology Support Supervisor

Represents the division of technology as the main contact and resource for problems/inquiries relating to computer systems and related peripherals. Liaison with principals, department heads and planning committees regarding technology based management systems

Technology Support Supervisor (Servers)

Oversees all server administration activity including the installation and maintenance of server software, hardware and provides oversight of the District servers including support and maintenance of Microsoft Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange systems.

Telecommunication Specialist

To facilitate, in a timely manner, the design, installation and maintenance of functional, appropriate and cost effective telecommunication service for the Milwaukee Public School District.

Telecommunication Technician

Coordinate telecommunication projects and install/repair telecommunication equipment and wiring systems including telephone/PBX, LAN/WAN, MATV, video surveillance, access control and public address systems.

Telecommunications Specialist

Facilitates the provision of functional, appropriate and cost-effective telephone service and equipment for the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) District.

Title 1 Coordinator

Oversees and assists the Title 1 team in implementing and coordinating the Title 1 Program in designated schools. Supervises instructional staff regarding program compliance.

Title 1 Specialist

Provides critical support to the Title 1 Coordinator in the areas of administrat5ion, budget, accounting and financial reporting.

Title I American Indian Multicultural Supervisor

Design, develop, disseminate resources as well as provide development sessions for city wide district personnel in the area of American Indian studies.

Title I Analyst

Provides critical support to the Title 1 Coordinator in the areas of administrat5ion, budget, accounting and financial reporting.

Training Assistant I (Nutrition)

Provides training to School Nutrition staff. Evaluates the level of training needed to meet department objectives, to include kitchen manager duties, food preparation, ordering, inventory, receiving and food safety.

Truck Driver (Light)

Performs all of the duties of a Truck Driver (Light). The main function is to deliver inter-office mail and light packages to and from the Schools, and various Central Office Buildings.

Truck Driver (Light) – Mail Services

Delivers inter-office mail and light packages to and from the schools and various Central Office buildings.

Urban Teacher Residency Program Mentor Teacher

Shares instructional leadership responsibilities with an assigned resident teacher and spends time in the classroom working with and modeling lessons for the resident. Collaborates to develop benchmark lessons. Provides demonstration lessons and leads curriculum with the resident teachers.

Volunteer Coordinator

Oversees the district’s volunteer program and provide direction, coordination, and consultation for all volunteer functions and initiatives within the district. Provides support to schools, staff, volunteers and the community in an organized, efficient and functional manner

Volunteer Coordinator

Oversees the district’s volunteer program and provides direction, coordination, and consultation for all volunteer functions and initiatives within the district.

Web Communications Specialist

Develops, executes and maintains district information and outreach on the Internet through the platforms of social media and traditional web sites such as the district’s portal. Assists in conducting communications programs designed to maintain public relations.

Webmaster

Create, edit, manage and maintain content on Milwaukee Public Schools’ websites, including the Intranet. Follow the MPS style guide and branding guidelines in creation and maintenance of websites. Assist in supervision of the Communications staff.

Youth Apprenticeship Program (YA), Program Assistant

The YA Assistant provides support to the Regional YA Coordinator for the successful recruitment, follow-up, data collection, tracking, and reporting of high school students interested in the YA program.

Youth Mentor

Energetic applicants with a passion for seeing the young people in our community succeed and who have a strong desire to make a difference in a student’s life need to give this unique opportunity serious consideration.

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