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diversity inclusion - Find a career in a place where everyone belongs Job Description Benefits - We care about your well being The Endpoint Management unit is responsible for all endpoint services for the City of Philadelphia.
Data is the backbone of smart city solutions and the pandemic has made clear the need for the City of Philadelphia to accelerate its digital transformation.
In addition, you will be able to use your skills to contribute to the City's central technology agency and improve business processes that will make processes run more efficiently to better serve our Philadelphia residents and colleagues.
The City of Philadelphia is currently building a digital application that will better ensure a transparent and high-quality customer experience by streamlining how businesses interact with the City to start a food business.
Salary: $48,000 The Business Financial Resources Manager (BFRM) provides planning, analysis, monitoring and technical support services for small businesses throughout Philadelphia in order for them to open, grow, and prosper.
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