Android Developer

Software Engineering

Job #140
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We are looking for an Android Developer for long-term project in healthcare.

About the project:
Hospital-oriented application to work with the patients. The project consists of 2 phases. Initially the work starts with the development of phase 1 and its deployment. Next the Phase 2 development commences.
Phase 1 is targeted at patients attending hospital procedures (B2H). The majority will be elderly and therefore functionality of the app needs to be as simple as possible.
• Patient required to have access to an app (detailed requirement of app below). Hospital clinical team required to have access to patient entered data (via app/online web app/dashboard).
• This platform requires to have access to non-identifiable patient dashboard to monitor activity.
Phase 2 - This is a wider catchment of consumers (mainly B2C). All will be over 18 years of age and needs to appeal across the masses.


  • Development of new functionality
  • Bug fixing
  • Participation in daily meetings


  • Kotlin and Java Core (min 2 years)
  • Android SDK, AndroidX
  • OOP, Clean Architecture
  • Android UI design principles, patterns, and best practices
  • Application life cycle and components
  • Git
  • Spoken Ukrainian or Russian

What We Offer

Do you want to be challenged professionally and personally? We only hire top tier professionals who have what it takes to create astounding solutions for our clients. Here’s a small taste of what you’ll get with Jelvix:

  • Work schedule is flexible - fixed amount of hours that you need to work per month
  • Ability to work remotely
  • 20 days off per year (10 days every 6 months are charged), unused days do not burn out
  • Reimbursement of 5 sick days per year
  • Office located in the city center (parking area available) and summer rest zone
  • Partial compensation for external courses/conferences (after the completion of the Adaptation Period)
  • Partial compensation for external professional certifications
  • English group lessons in the office with teachers (free of charge; 2 times a week)
  • Reimbursement for sports or massage
  • Large library with a scheduled purchase of new books every half a year
  • Yearly Individual Development Plan (after the completion of the Adaptation Period)
  • 20 vacation days per year
  • 3 English classes per week
  • 8/5 work schedule (8h/5d)
  • coffee, tea, milk and lemons
  • 5 activities every month