PHFA - 2 new Software Developer positions available (IBM i RPG ILE/Microsoft Dotnet)
The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency is the Commonwealth's leading provider of capital for affordable homes and apartments located throughout the state. Created to help enhance the quality and supply of affordable homes and apartments for older adults, people of modest means, and people with physical challenges, the agency operates homeownership programs and rental housing development initiatives that benefit all the state's residents. Through the housing construction and rehabilitation efforts funded by PHFA, the agency also promotes economic development across Pennsylvania.
Since its creation by the legislature in 1972, the agency has generated $10.3 billion of funding for more than 145,000 single-family home mortgage loans and 83,000 rental units, while saving the homes of more than 46,000 families from foreclosure. PHFA programs and operations are funded primarily by the sale of securities, not by public tax dollars.
PHFA is seeking two individuals for new positions with strong experience in developing application software with the following qualifications:
• Browser based development in Microsoft .Net/Visual Studio in VB.Net, C#, or preferably ASNA Visual RPG experince with HTML, XML, or JQuery are also desired.
• IBM i RPG ILE, CLP, and SQL programming experience.
Experience in both areas of application development is highly desired, but not required.
Responsibilities include meeting with end users and business analysts to develop requirements and having the ability to execute against those requirements with minimal supervision. Strong analysis and communication skills are vital to this position. Good organizational skills and ability to balance multiple assignments are required.
Excellent benefits provided with salary commensurate with experience. EOE. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap or national origin.
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