Liberty IT Graduates – Investing in the future

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Looking for a graduate IT job in Belfast or Dublin? Liberty IT prides itself on investing in top tech talent, whether they are fresh out of university or have many years of experience.

Graduate software engineers will join the team, learning how to rapidly and effectively deliver great software in an Agile environment that adds real value to our customers. You will work with and learn from our best tech talent, being coached, challenged and mentored as you progress!

Graduates coming on board at Liberty IT generally start as associate software engineers, and have the chance to be creative and have their voice heard, all the while learning from experienced senior software engineers.

When does the scheme start?

Starting in October every year, our graduate IT recruitment provides opportunities for those who have either recently completed degrees in software engineering, computer Science, or an IT related discipline, as well as those in their final year of study.

A five-week training programme for new graduates at Liberty IT allows associate software engineers to get up to speed and make new friends, while also working on a team project which is then used for a business solution.

Liberty IT counts on a dynamic recruitment process for graduates which steers clear of the traditional CV application and standard interview.

The graduate recruitment process involves a series of active stages, including an application form, an online coding test through Codility, and a half day recruitment centre. The recruitment centre is made up of three stages: a mini interview, a team challenge, and a bug finding task. It’s a great opportunity to find out whether Liberty IT is the right fit for your first job by talking to our current graduates and other employees in a relaxed environment.

Role and Responsibilities

At Liberty IT, no two days are the same, particularly for our graduates. Our aim is to make the lives of Liberty Mutual customers easier through creating and maintaining top notch software and our graduates help us to do that.

Specifically, a graduate role as an associate software engineer will involve the following:

  • Delivering real value by working as part of an agile team to solve real business problems.
  • Communicating and collaborating with your team and customers to have exposure to the entire software development lifecycle.
  • Delivering high quality, tested and secure code following the processes and standards within the team.
  • Using a range of architectures, tools and frameworks, and having the opportunity to experiment and learn new technologies.
  • Suggesting and implementing new ideas and innovations.
  • Collaborating with and learning from developers across our organization through internal networks, events and communities of practice.


  • A degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science or an IT-related discipline, at a minimum of a 2:2.
  • Relevant work or placement experience.
  • A proven ability to deliver working code.

Apart from the above requirements, our graduate IT recruitment focuses on finding the right people that match the values of Liberty IT.

You will be just as good with people as you are with technology, making every team you are a part of better for having you in it, as well as being proactive about innovation and improvement.

Someone who understands the importance of writing clean and quality code will also be welcomed in our graduate software engineer roles, as well as graduates who are keen to continue the learning process and knows when to ask for help.


Among the benefits our graduate software engineers can enjoy are the following:

Financial: Company bonus scheme, employee life assurance, contributory pension scheme, annual commuter travel card (Belfast) and cycle to work scheme.

Health and Wellbeing: Health Screenings every two years, free on-site gym (Belfast), perks card, income protection*, employee assistance programme and private medical insurance*

Working: Generous paid holidays, flexible working, working from home, recognition awards and overseas travel & secondment opportunities.

Social: Social club events, summer and Christmas parties, sports clubs (football, golf, cycling) and committee membership (employee engagement, charity, health & well-being, environmental)

Professional Development: Graduate training academy, monetary award for select certifications, support for study materials, project and role specific training, lunch and learn sessions, mentoring and coaching.

For more information about our graduate and student recruitment processes click here.

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