Junior Software Engineer with My Way Digital Health




Location: Dundee
£18k - £21k per annum (DOE)
Full-time for 12 months*
Immediate Start
Closing Date: 30 August 2017, 12 noon
Interviews w/c: 4 September 2017

About the Company

My Way Digital Health Ltd are a new start-up company that has recently been spun-out of Dundee University with the aim of commercialising the existing and highly successful multi-award winning MyDiabetesMyWay website into other parts of the UK and overseas.

The company provides an online data-driven self-management tool for people with diabetes and is designed to flag both improvements and, significantly, deterioration in the health of a user.

This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining the company and the possibilities are almost limitless for the right candidate.


The Role

My Way Digital Health are looking for a keen and enthusiastic Junior Software Engineer to join the team. The graduate will play a key role in planning, development, testing, implementation, maintenance, support and system/help documentation relating to a website and smartphone app that helps people with Diabetes to manage their own condition.

The post encompasses all aspects of web application and database design including client and server-side scripting, .Net, T-SQL, web services and open source technologies. Knowledge and experience with SQL Server databases advantageous.

*Possibility for extended work on other projects, following the internship period.



The ideal candidate would be a graduate or final year student undertaking a degree in computing or relevant discipline. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and ideally possess 6+ months experience, including the following:
• CSS 3 and bootstrap
• Responsive web design o JavaScript
• jQuery
• ASP.Net using C#
• Web Services
• OAuth authentication
• PHP 5 or greater
• Apache Subversion
• Development and maintenance of SQL Server databases

My Way Digital Health’s hiring criteria is based equally on technical aptitude and attitude, so having a strong team player approach is important, but so is the ability to work methodically and diligently on your own. The proactive individual will be motivated, flexible and not afraid to take ownership of tasks. We are looking for someone who is keen to make a difference and any demonstrable knowledge of Diabetes is highly desirable. 



Closing date for applications is 30 August 2017, 12 noon.

Please submit a CV and brief covering letter through the Adopt an Intern online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by noon on the closing date. State a. your availability and b. relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job spec. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated.

Please confirm your eligibility to work in the UK.