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Web Application testing specialist


Web Application testing specialist

Do you have extensive experience in Web Application testing? Feeling stagnant in your current position? Would you like to diversify your skillset into a wider range of industries?

Look no further if these questions speak to you!

This is a chance to work for the most technical pentesting firm globally – known for housing the most technical testers in the market. Thus, they have won multiple security awards in recent years, highlighting their position in the market as an industry leader.

Becoming one of the most well-respected minds in cybersecurity can only be achieved if you are willing to take on some of the most challenging projects out there. Settling in the comfort zone of your current position will see you plateau in your career and see you fading into the abyss as the industry is ever changing.

Varying the engagements and projects you are exposed to will ensure that you have a true understanding of the entire landscape of vulnerabilities that are being identified in the industry. Working on in the same industries will limit your capabilities and prevent you from standing out from your competition.

Remote working is also the main feature of this role; however, my client is only willing to extend this luxury once you have fully embedded yourself into the budding team environment culminated over the years. Any travel on to client site will be expensed by my client meaning you can enjoy your wages to their full extent.


  • Conducting web, mobile, and infrastructure pentests, vulnerability assessments and some red team engagements – Mainly focused on Web Application testing preferred.
  • Assisting junior penetration testers to ensure they are developing their skills at the rate necessary to maintain standards.
  • Write reports and communicate findings to relevant parties, communicating technical findings in non-technical language.
  • Suggest any ways in which you feel vulnerabilities can be challenged more effectively

Experience required

  • 2-5 years’ experience in penetration testing.
  • Experience using various tools of engagement such as Burp Suite and Nesus
  • Experience in web application, infrastructure, and mobile pentesting
  • Vast experience writing reports
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Certifications such as; OSCP, CPSA, CRT, CTM, CTL preferred