API Developer

Posted 8 March by MRJ Recruitment

Join us to help change healthcare and make a difference in people’s lives at one of the most impactful and meaningful opportunities in the world.

Push Doctor is transforming healthcare delivery in the UK with our multi-award winning primary care platform that enables you to have a video consultation with a GP within 6 minutes on any device.

We’re growing at a phenomenal pace and we’re looking for amazing people to join us on our game-changing adventure to make millions of people healthier and happier.

ROLE: API Developer

After the successful growth of our game changing Online GP service, we’re now launching our new range of products.

And to do this, we're currently recruiting experienced API Engineers for our technology team in Manchester.

Working within an agile team of Engineers (Front & Back End), Designers, Mobile Developers & QA's, you will play an integral role in the development of our secure web based B2C applications.

We believe we’re changing lives and with our new Greenfield products, our offering / reach will be even greater. If you love new technology, want to be part of a collaborative team, and want an input into the technology we use including the product look and feel, this is definitely the role for you.


You will first and foremost be a strong Engineer / Coder who loves technology and working in a collaborative agile environment.

You will offer experience delivering high-volume, high quality, and secure API led consumer facing web applications and have vast experience in:

Core technologies: C#; ASP.net;MVC; WebAPI; REST; Angular; SQL Server; Entity Framework; LINQ; SignalR; Azure

Environment: TDD; BDD; Continuous Delivery (Visual Studio); Agile


Apply today with your profile and one of our talent team will be in touch.

Alternatively, give us a call, we are happy to discuss any queries you may have.

Reference: 34639698

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