The Senior Systems Administrator is a highly technical position that is responsible for the maintenance, monitoring, patching, updates and documentation of the network and infrastructure across eight sites. This position assists with strategic planning and innovative solutions, and applies advanced technical knowledge to implement and support enterprise voice, video and data services that align with the Company’s business and IT objectives. The Senior Systems Administrator provides hands-on technical capabilities and manages simple and enterprise-wide projects from initiation to completion for the voice, video and data infrastructure. This position partners with stakeholders, vendors and the IT Department team to define requirements; and to develop architecture for scalable and reliable network infrastructure to meet present and future business needs.
The Purchasing Agent coordinates all activities associated with procurement of materials and supplies. This position applies the necessary Milwaukee County Ordinances and Federal Transit Administration regulations, and adheres to Procurement policies. This position also authorizes and administers contracts that are necessary to maintain the operation of the transit system.
This position oversees the Employee Benefits Division with major functional areas covering administration of the comprehensive benefit program, family and medical leaves of absence and DOT-regulated drug and alcohol testing program.
The “B” Mechanic must possess both the knowledge and skills necessary to properly repair and work on brakes, suspension, steering, final drives and air systems. The “B” Mechanic must work well independently, assist class “A” Mechanics as needed and be able to use all tools involved in this trade.
The “A” Body & Paint Mechanic must possess both the knowledge and the skills to perform extensive repairs on all transit vehicles. The “A” Body & Paint Mechanic must be capable of reading blueprints, making parts from patterns, welding, riveting, using fasteners, hand/power tools and be able to use all tools involved in this trade.
MCTS believes that our most valuable resources are our employees. That’s why we are committed to offering extensive benefits to reward their hard work. Our generous benefits package includes:
• Defined Benefit Pension Plan
• 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
• Medical and Dental Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Long term and Short-Term Disability Insurance
• Eye Wear Reimbursement
• Health Club Reimbursement
• Tuition Reimbursement
• Flexible Spending Account
• Paid Time Off, Including Paid Holidays, Vacation time, Personal Days and Sick Days
• Free transportation!
Our mechanics also enjoy additional perks, such as:
• Night shift differentials
• Holiday premium pay
• Meal allowance (with continuous overtime)
• Annual tool Allowance
The Diesel Mechanic ("A" Bus Mechanic) must be able to diagnose and repair all transit vehicles and service vehicles on the road and in the garage. The Diesel Mechanic position requires extensive experience in all mechanical areas to make proper repairs within the respective time standards.
For every employee of the Milwaukee County Transit System, MCTS Excellence is more than just a saying, it is a way of life. This is your chance to join our team of Bus Operators known around the world for their big and small acts of kindness, compassion, and heroism.
Bus Operators for Milwaukee County Transit System are responsible for operating a bus over an established route. This position adheres to a pre-determined schedule in a safe, efficient and courteous manner which allows passengers to board, travel and alight at scheduled stops.