City of Milwaukee Career Fair is Thursday
“City service encompasses a vast array of jobs and careers, and this event provides a prime chance to discuss opportunities with representatives from several city departments.”
Common Council President Michael J. Murphy said individuals should make a point of attending the City of Milwaukee Career Fair at City Hall tomorrow ( Thursday, March 12). The informational fair will take place from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Thursday in the City Hall Rotunda located at 200 E. Wells St.
“City service encompasses a vast array of jobs and careers, and this event provides a prime chance to discuss opportunities with representatives from several city departments,” President Murphy said. “Although this an informational session only (no interviews will take place, and no resumes will be accepted), it is a great way to discuss with city staff members what it’s like to work for the city and how one can start a career path in public service.”
An on-site computer lab will be available to help residents apply for current city job openings, or to create an online account with the City’s JobAps application system. Once an online account is in place, a draft application can be set up to allow for easy application to all future jobs.
City departments attending the career fair to meet with interested applicants include: Department of Public Works, Department of Neighborhood Services, Common Council — City Clerk, Office of the Mayor, Milwaukee Health Department, Milwaukee Public Libraries, Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, Fire Department, Police Department, City Treasurer’s Office, and Parking Operations.
Those interested in attending the career fair can visit www.city.milwaukee.gov/jobs to view current openings with the City of Milwaukee. For more information, please contact the City of Milwaukee’s Department of Employee Relations at (414) 286-3751 or email@example.com.
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