Associate Offensive Services Consultant
24th June, 2024

Hybrid/off site working arrangement by agreement


The Associate Offensive Services Consultant is responsible for performing cyber penetration testing services as well as providing support and advice to clients across multiple locations, platforms, and technologies.  The Associate Offensive Services Consultant will produce reports highlighting any deficiencies, with recommendations on actions a client can take to take to provide safer and more resilient outcomes.


You will be responsible for (but not limited to) the following activities:



  • Conduct infrastructure, application and technology penetration tests and associated services
  • Participate in attack and breach simulations, including assessing and exploiting vulnerabilities, social engineering and conducting phishing campaigns
  • Ensure clarity and transparency to clients regarding security issues, vulnerabilities, and resolutions
  • Draft informed reports for clients that will include assessment-based findings, outcomes, and propositions for further system security enhancement.   
  • Deliver high quality, customer-focused, and fit for purpose cybersecurity services
  • Attend client scoping meetings and engagement kick-off calls
  • Identify opportunities for additional services to promote business growth
  • Maintain good Operational Security regarding Ionize and customer Intellectual Property


What will you accomplish?


In this role you will be expected to accomplish the following:


  • Meet your key performance indicators as set and agreed with the Principal, and reflected in your performance agreement
  • Deliver services to clients that are fit for purpose and align with our values
  • Act professionally at alt times when engaging with clients as well as other team members
  • Be willing to engage with further training and development to enhance your skill set
  • Be enthusiastic and engaged in undertaking  this critical  role.

Essential Skills

  • The ability to work professionally with clients including government and the private sector.
  • Detailed technical knowledge of networks, operating systems, databases, and application security.
  • A developing understanding of security systems including firewalls, intrusion detection systems, anti-virus software, authentication systems, log management, content filtering and other systems as required.


  • Security Certified Professional (OSCP) or equivalent (PNPT, CRTO, CRTP) is essential.            
  • Australian  Citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain an Australian Government security clearance (with a preference for existing security clearances)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Problem solving skills and ability to work under pressure.