DNS internship program a possible path to city employment
Applications are being accepted until the close of business on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II is encouraging interested residents to apply for the Department of Neighborhood Services’ Code Enforcement Intern program — a two-year training initiative that combines classroom training and on-the-job experience to prepare individuals for Code Enforcement Inspector positions.
Alderman Stamper said interested individuals should go to http://bit.ly/1zVqnHh for more information and to apply. Applications are being accepted until the close of business on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
“The City of Milwaukee is looking for individuals who are willing to dedicate themselves to a regimen that includes work experience in the field and college coursework in this positive initiative,” Alderman Stamper said. “The program could very well lead to a career in city service (code enforcement) that is essential to keeping our city neighborhoods safe and vibrant. This is a program I strongly support.”
Minimum requirements for the Code Enforcement Intern program curriculum consist of approximately 31 college credits in the combined fields of English, social sciences, math/computers, architecture, and code enforcement. The position carries a starting salary of more than $26,000 per year.
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