We are a hugely ambitious company and dedicated to doing the right thing by our clients. But we can't achieve any of what we've set out to achieve without the right people.

We are always interested to hear from talented individuals who are ready to meet the challenges our clients lay down for us and have a great time along the way.

Below you will find details of specific opportunities we currently have open but you can also get in touch with us anytime by emailing .

Current Vacancies

Full Time

No specific positions going at the moment but if you're an appsec ninja or a developer looking to make the jump we're certainly up for hearing from you.

Part Time

Part-time DevOps

We manage a large number of internal apps and labs and could really use a helping hand on a part-time basis with both coding and ops.

Fancy helping us out on a flexible but regular schedule? A day a week, a day a month, we're pretty open-minded really. It depends what you bring to the party.

This could be perfect if you're a contract devops with a bit of free time here and there to help us with our backlog.

You'd ideally be a polyglot and familiar with the following tech skills but we also need a quick learner who can rapidly spin up proof of concepts using good old RTFM:

  • Ruby/Rails
  • PHP
  • Microservices
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • AWS including ECS and Cloudformation
  • Concourse and other CI/CDs
  • Terraform
  • Frontend skills would be a bonus as we suck at design :-)


We currently have two open internship positions.

Application Security Tester Intern

About The Role

The role is two-fold. Firstly, you will support our consultancy team in the delivery of various engagements for our clients. Primarily these will involve application penetration testing, working alongside our team to learn how a professional security test is performed and develop your own skills in this area.

Secondly, you will contribute application security articles to our blog. Along with things we have in mind we would also like you to come up with an idea (we can help of course), investigate, develop software if applicable and write up your experience. You will be given a small budget to work with and be expected to manage this to deliver the best results for your project. Pro-tip: this is great for your CV and personal brand building.

You will also get the opportunity to train on our extensive lab and, if you are capable, develop new modules for it too.

For the right person this role could become permanent but is initially offered as a three month placement. This is a paid role negotiable based on your skillset.

About You

A passion for computing and security is a must. How can you tell if you have a passion? If you spend your nights working on your home lab, putting together vulnerable systems to hack or picking apart the latest exploit code then there’s a good chance you’ll enjoy this role. Passion takes many forms though so don’t be afraid to apply if you don’t have a personal ESX setup.

Basic competence in at least one programming language, preferably Ruby, PHP or JavaScript (Node JS), is essential and an understanding of web application architecture, HTTP, etc is expected.

Familiarity with either Linux or macOS as this will be your daily operating system.

Good spoken and written English standard.

Bonus marks for knowledge of the following:

  • AWS
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • CI/CD
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • Terraform
  • Git
  • Bash
  • Burp Suite

DevOps Intern

About The Role

You will be learning how to manage dynamic, container-based environments at scale. We run one of the most extensive and interesting lab environments going (in our humble opinion) and it's going to get bigger and more interesting. Come and help us tick off a huge task list for a few months and learn an absolute shed load in the process.

This is a paid role negotiable based on your skillset.

About You

You will be a hacker through and through. In the creative, tech sense. You'll have at least basic knowledge of systems administration and development to some extent and you'll be reasonably familiar with cloud computing, even though we don't necessarily expect you to have the funds to run loads of AWS or GCP instances yourself (Free Tier FTW though).

For the right person this role could become permanent and lead to an AWS associate certification.

The following skills are highly desirable:

  • Linux systems administration
  • Programming skills, preferably Ruby and/or PHP
  • Shell scripting
  • Docker
  • AWS
  • Desire to automate all the things!

No recruitment agents please

We know you have a job to do and that some of you are good at what you do but, most of you aren't and we don't currently have budget for agency fees anyway. Please don't waste your time or ours. Much appreciated!