We’re glad you’re here
We think it’s pretty simple. If we take care of our tribe, they’ll take care of customers. That attitude is core to our culture. And we’ve worked hard to create a space where employees can do what they love. We know you have options and we’re hoping you’ll make us one of them. If you’re looking for a job with a mission to match your skills then we want to hear from you.
Of course we provide some pretty great benefits and perks.
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We know you have options and we’re hoping you’ll make us one of them. If you’re looking for a job with a mission to match your skills then we want to hear from you. Don’t see the role you were looking for? That’s OK. We’re adding new roles all the time. Just email email@example.com and let us know you’re interested in working with us. It will be read by a real human.
You’re the kind of person who can look around and see a dozen broken experiences. You’re itching to fix the timesheet app you’re forced to use. That inscrutable coffee machine in the break room needs a better UI. And the time-wasting meeting culture at your organization? Well, you’ve got some ideas for that, too. You don’t complain, though — you act. Because if you see a problem, you own it.
It’s not enough to just make the number (who says that when talking about sales?). Our clients have to trust us, and that starts the moment we talk to them about joining our community. Our promise to them: we do what we say, and they will love what we do. We don’t use jargon, replay tired phrases or negotiate like we’re trying to sell them a bridge.
Do you spend your spare moments thinking about how internal DNS changes the way lateral movement works in AWS? Are you fascinated by the way that immutable infrastructure and the shared responsibility model are fundamentally changing the attack surface? Would you like to spend time helping customers and security analysts navigate this new landscape? If so, read on!
There’s always been something about red teaming that gets your adrenaline pumping. It could be playing vigilante, the satisfaction of a big reveal (that can seem like black magic to some), or the sense of accomplishment you get from doing what should be impossible. Regardless, you’ve been hooked since you first saw uid=0. That said, you’re not one of those ‘watch the world burn’ types and you’ve found over time that what really motivates you is making organizations better (shh, it’s OK – we won’t tell your hacker friends).
You’ve wrapped your arms around a few programming languages, OO programming in general, Python in particular, and played with frameworks like SQLAlchemy Flask, and so on. You’ve probably developed some preferences and, let’s be real, you’re a little giddy about the power of creation at your fingertips. You love to build new things, to have the freedom to solve interesting problems, and especially love when there are some smart, experienced engineers nearby from whom you can get tips & mentorship.
Your hashtag game is on point. Alternative text, keywords and outbound links are just a few of your SEO tricks that keep the search bots on your side. You carefully curate your email segments because you know spamming doesn’t deliver meaningful results.
You know what your audience cares about and sparking a connection with them (in the right place and at the right time) is what’s most important to you. You know better than to fall into the trap of promoting empty clickbait headlines (and subject lines) just to satisfy a corporate lead goal. That’s why you’re passionate about answering your audience’s top-of-mind questions.
Have you ever opened up a login window and had to click into the username box to begin typing? Ever had a form field clear when you changed focus? How about had to sit there while a web page completely reloaded for no apparent reason? Are these a few of your least favorite things? Are you driven to make sure this unconscionable suffering never afflicts another human being ever again? Well, have I got a deal for you…
The email finally comes in. We’ve got a new contract. Outlook should be blasting a vuvuzela, not just playing wind-chimes. You created another client.
Do you think of them as “your” clients? Do you care about their problems? You bet you do. You cure their ills. And when you change jobs they’ll take your call.
Maybe they need your thing or maybe they don’t, but they trust you and you’ll get 30 minutes to search for a fit. After all, you’ve built these relationships over years. It’s the only way you’ll do business. And even when there’s not a fit for your thing, your client knows someone else you should talk to.
Do your dreams involve people using frameworks you built to solve interesting problems and create things that delight customers every day? Do you measure success by how quickly someone can make use of software that you’ve built? Does solid API documentation make you smile?
You know that NOP sleds don’t go down snowbanks, and that IR isn’t just on the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, you’ve owned a few boxes with Metasploit, maybe even tinkered with exploit code. You were really excited the first time you got a reverse shell. Meterpreter might be your payload of choice, maybe even Beacon. You have a lab where you’re spending less time in a Command shell, and more time in PowerShell. You love to solve problems, you’re curious to a fault, and obsessed with learning.
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We’re an Equal Opportunity Employer: You’ll receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
We do not currently sponsor immigration visas.