FinTech

FinTech

Liberty IT

Delivering transformative technology for global insurance leader, Liberty Mutual

Liberty IT is a technology leader, delivering high quality, enterprise-scale solutions to support the needs of our parent company, Liberty Mutual Insurance.

Established in Belfast in 1997, we currently employ over 400 staff in Northern Ireland. From big data to DevOps, delivery leads to software engineers, product owners to designers, technical leaders to technically minded people - our teams tackle tough challenges every day, fulfilling their need for creativity and cognitive and lateral thinking while being duly rewarded for their efforts. 

And working closely with our Liberty Mutual Insurance colleagues has given many of us an opportunity to visit and learn from teams across the globe. The majority of our employee base are from the software engineering family.

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Case Study

Suzanne Shek

Suzanne Shek - Product Designer, Liberty IT

Suzanne left Northern Ireland to go to University in Dundee after graduating Suzanne lived and worked in Scotland.

After having children she decided she wanted to move back home to Northern Ireland to be closer to family.  She found a job with Liberty IT in a new role as a Product Designer focusing on user experience and interaction and returned home to live in Northern Ireland.

Case Study

Ian Craig

Ian Craig - Software Engineer

After graduating in computer science from  Ulster University Ian secured a job in FinTech with Liberty IT.

Opportunities

As well as being an official ‘Great Place to Work’, Liberty IT provides a fantastic home for technology talent to grow their capabilities and expertise. We’d love to hear from Software Engineers, Data Scientists and Engineers, as well as Product Designers, Owners and Managers. Liberty IT also has a comprehensive intern and graduate programme for those starting out on their IT career path.

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