Cyber Security Curriculum Lead
|Under the direction of the CEO, the Cyber Security Curriculum Lead will be responsible for curriculum design, authoring, effectiveness of educational materials, and leadership of the Woz U Cyber Security Program. You are knowledgeable of and adhere to all curriculum standards, policies and procedures.
- Design and develop highly effective curriculum to instruct on the essential skills for Cyber Security related roles;
- Perform regular analysis of market trends, hiring opportunities and technology shifts to ensure our Cyber Security program stays current, and student outcomes are positive;
- Supervise authoring personnel to ensure a high level of consistency and quality of materials;
- Work with media production to design and produce instructional videos;
- Support instructional team in training and comprehending curriculum materials;
- Monitor performance analytics to determine areas for improvement within curriculum;
- Host workshops and webinars educating on the value of Cyber Security skills;
- Represent the Woz U brand as the lead advocate and spokesperson for our Cyber Security Program;
- Instruct on Cyber Security topics;
- Other duties as assigned.
- Must have a CISSP or CISM.
- A GIAC certification preferred.
- Bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.
- 5 years of experience in Information Technology including 2 years in a senior role required along with 2 years’ experience in either a security infrastructure or application security role.
- Strong soft-skills, including writing (both technical and business communications), inter-team and intra-team communications, and customer service skills.
- Knowledge and familiarity with Powershell.
- Deep understanding of PCI/NIST/ISO27001 requirements and able to interpret, document and communicate technical requirements to non-IT personnel.
- Familiarity with security analysis tools and techniques including NeXpose, Nessus, Qualys, Fiddler, BURPSuite, WhiteHat, and/or VeraCode platforms.
- Experience with Firewalls, IPS, SIEMS and other security management tools.
- Advanced knowledge of AD authentication, including Radius, TACACS and Kerberos.
- Familiar with Change Control concepts in a highly regulated environment.
- Familiarity with Linux and Windows environments.
- Knowledge of Windows security tools and products including PKI and ISA, as well as security concepts like logging, and Group Policy.
- Expert level knowledge of network infrastructure threats, and mitigation techniques required.
- Familiar with Incident Response processes including SANS, NIST and/or CMU models, forensic investigation tools and techniques, and chain of custody requirements.
Successful candidates will have the following:
- B.S. in Information Security, or equivalent education;
- Demonstrable competency in teaching Security related concepts;
- Prior experience in teaching, training, mentoring or authoring instructional materials;
- Experience teaching, training or mentoring;
- Security best practices;
- Software security;
- Hardware security;
- Networking security;
- System Administration;
- Access and identity management;
- Threat analysis;
- Pen testing;
- Social engineering.
Provided by: Chris Coleman