MoBerries Partner API Documentation

Easy implementation for high efficiency.

Feed Exports API

The APIs basically stream MoBerries jobs for consumer partners. For development env APIs just add .dev after feeds subdomain,


The APIs will return a stream of jobs, mapped into the shape desired by the specific companies. We only return jobs not older than 18 months, which have at least one job category specified.

MoBerries Jobs XML Feed API

Getting started

Protocol and format:

You will get an HTTP(S) URL for our job feed. This web resource will be available permanently.
Provided format is XML.

Encoding and compression:

HTTP content encoding is UTF-8. No HTTP compression is used.


No authentication needed.

How it works:

This is an XML stream with an Moberries XSD. You send a GET request to the API and get the stream. After you hit the API you get the jobs actual at that moment of time, so, if you want to receive new jobs, you need to call the api periodically.

Use cases:

Get MoBerries jobs stream, Currently it’s used by Moyyn, a global sourcing platform.

Feed structure and example (Download the XSD schema):

This example feed consists of a valid job posting. You can also download its corresponding XSD schema definition above. Please check out the schema for types and substructures if you need.

Integration points:

We expose an http restful GET api for having our  Moberries job stream in XML format structure.

Job data contains the following: ID, title, description, location detailed information, company details, and the job URL to MoBerries.


The functionality behind this API is fetching the active jobs from Moberries backend, create a structured job object by mapping our job structure to a basic structure, then convert to XML data format for streaming via GET api.


ref (optional) - This will be forwarded to the MoBerries job url as ref parameter. So, for example will stream jobs with a MoBerries job URL like

source (optional) - This will be forwarded to the MoBerries job url as UTM source parameter.


How frequently is the stream updated?

Basically the stream is always up to date. To receive the latest updates you hit the API periodically.

What parameters the API accepts?

At the moment we accept two parameters (ref and source). For details please read parameters section above.