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;
  • Cryptography;
  • Access and identity management;
  • Threat analysis;
  • Pen testing;
  • Social engineering.


Provided by: Chris Coleman