Graduate Software Developer (2024)

Graduate Software Developer 

Location: Glasgow, Full-time 

About Accolite, we are an innovative, best-in-class digital transformation services provider led by design thinking. We help our clients — Fortune 500 companies — solve complex business problems through a human-centric design and product innovation approach. We are committed to building business solutions that foster meaningful and long-standing customer relationships. Learn more about us at  Accolite Careers .

The Graduate Programme

Join us to kickstart your career in Software Development! We are seeking recent graduates (who have graduated between 2022-2023) with a passion for JAVA and PYTHON coding. The Graduate Programme at Accolite offers an extensive and continuous training regimen in relevant technologies, as well as in banking and financial services topics. You'll engage in an 8-week full-stack training program covering Microservices & APIs, UI test-driven development, database management, and Azure fundamentals.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Reporting to the Development Manager, you will be involved in the design, development, modification, and maintenance of software products.
  • Your initial engagement will be with one of our key clients, working in the financial services industry for a Fortune 100 global investment bank.

About Accolite

At Accolite we are an innovative, leading digital transformation services provider. We assist our clients — Fortune 500 companies — in solving complex business challenges with a human-centric design and product innovation approach. We are dedicated to building solutions that cultivate meaningful relationships.

Inclusivity at Accolite

We firmly believe in the importance of diversity and inclusion. Applications from candidates of all backgrounds are welcomed, with a strong commitment to fostering diversity within our team. Our partnership with Generation Success ensures a fair and equitable recruitment process, aiming to nurture the next generation of digital talents.

About Generation Success 

Generation Success is a renowned organization specializing in social mobility, helping to bridge the gap between education and employment. Recognized as one of the top 100 social enterprises in the UK, GS plays a crucial role in ensuring equal opportunities for all applicants. Through this partnership, candidates will have access to development events and opportunities to practice interview skills with industry professionals. Our collaboration with GS is a testament to our dedication to leveling the playing field and supporting every candidate's journey towards a successful career in technology.


  • MSc/BSc in Computer Science or related technical fields.
  • Graduated between 2022-2023.
  • Genuine interest in technology and programming.
  • Proficiency in Java and/or Python.
  • Strong understanding of object-oriented concepts.
  • Keen attention to detail and a focus on quality.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication skills.

What We Offer

  • A supportive, inclusive, and diverse work environment.
  • Flexible working conditions to support work-life balance.
  • Opportunities for continuous learning and career advancement.
  • A collaborative and innovative team.

Application Process To apply, click here to kickstart your application. We are looking forward to discovering talented individuals eager to embark on a rewarding career in software development.


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