Cyber Security Analyst, Undergraduate
University of PhoenixFull time
Cyber Security Analyst Undergraduate (Online) Part-Time Associate Faculty
- Position Type: Part Time
- Virtual Eligible: Yes
- Job Category: Academic Affairs
- Ref #: 5370
- College/School: College of Business and Information Technology
Description and Requirements
Are you searching for an amazing position, which offers challenging work and the ability to make a big impact while working side-by-side with a team of fun, innovative people? Ideally, would you like this position to be with an organization that makes a positive contribution to the world? If so…we would love to hear from you!
The University of Phoenix is a higher education institution founded in 1976 by John Sperling. Our mission is to improve the lives of our students, their families and future generations through higher education. Our values (which, hopefully you share) are: Brave. Honest. Focused.
We have an amazing leadership team that truly cares about our team members and students. And, an effective recognition program, and outstanding learning and development tools, including tuition vouchers for employees and their qualified family members.
About the Position
Did you know you could teach for our university without leaving your current job? At University of Phoenix, our flexible class schedules mean you can teach for us part-time without interrupting your full-time career. That’s because we want faculty members who are active in their fields and bring real-world experience to the classroom.
Today’s highly competitive job market means an education that prepares students for work is more important than ever. University of Phoenix College of Business and Information Technology (CBIT) offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs that prepare students to be creative problem solvers for the new economy. Covering a wide range of business disciplines — marketing, human resources, finance, entrepreneurship, project management and more — our curricula is designed to offer academic quality and professional relevance, while also addressing needs within U.S. businesses.
Our coursework helps students develop skills important to job success, such as idea development, analytical thinking, planning and effective communication. College of Business and Information Technology (CBIT) degree programs are taught by practitioner faculty who average 23 years of business experience and includes chief executive officers, chief financial officers and company presidents.
- As a faculty member you’ll be challenged with adding your professional expertise to instruct a curriculum which is centrally developed with specific learning objectives.
- Provide timely and detailed feedback on a weekly basis and offer student support via classroom, phone, and email.
- Utilize classroom learning system technology (provided by university), the Internet, and Microsoft Office software.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Master’s degree or higher that includes the discipline of Cybersecurity, Computer Network Defense or Information Assurance OR
- Master’s degree or higher in any area plus 18 graduate credits with a focus in Cybersecurity, Computer Network Defense, Digital Forensics or Information Assurance OR
- Master’s degree or higher in any area. Must have at least 5 years professional experience with direct responsibility for computer forensics, cyber security, network defense, infrastructure monitoring and/or cyber security related IT processes, or as IT/cybersecurity/security staff as a PRIMARY job function with currency within the last 3 years OR
- Master’s degree or higher in any area. Must have 2 or more of the following certifications:
- Cisco CCNA-Security, CCNP, CWDP, SCYBER or
- CompTIA CASP, CSA+ or
- CWNEO CWAP, CWNA, CWNE or
- ICECC CAST 611, CAST 614, CCISO, CEH, CHFI, ECES, ECIH, ECSA, ECSA/LPT or
- ISC2 CAP, CCFP, CCSP, CISSP, CISSP – ISSEP, CSSLP, HCISPP, SSCP or
- SANS Technology Institute GASF, GAWN, GCCC, GCFA, GCFE, GCPM, GCUX, GCWN, GIAC, GICSP, GISF, GISP, GMOB, GMON, GNFA, GPEN, GPPA, GPYC, GREM, GRID, GSE, GWAPT, GXPN
- Degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
- Required EC Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) professional certification
- Must have at least 2 years professional experience with direct responsibility for computer forensics, cyber security, network defense, infrastructure monitoring and/or cyber security related IT processes, or as IT/cybersecurity/security staff as a PRIMARY job function with currency within the last 3 years
- Accepted experience/coursework include but are not limited to: Cyber Attack Methodologies, Cybersecurity Foundations, Security risk frameworks, Risk assessment, Security controls, Cybercrime investigation, Digital Forensics Technology and Practices, Computer Security Management, Computer Forensics, Information Assurance, Enterprise Security, Network Analysis, Security Protocols, Reverse Software engineering, Cryptography, Cloud technologies and security, Virtualization, Authentication, Public Key Infrastructure, EnCase Forensic Toolkit coursework, graduatelevel certification training in digital/computer security or computer forensics
- Examples of professional experience in this area includes:
- Experience with establishing security protocols and policy for infrastructure (including cloud technologies) security for the detection and mitigation of threats within a mid-size to large enterprise;
- Minimum of two years of experience within an IT or management department with hands-on direct experience with Information Security or securing enterprise assets;
- Experience implementing and executing processes and protective measures that use computer networks to detect, monitor, protect, analyze and defend against network infiltration resulting in service/network denial, degradation and disruptions.
This position cannot be performed in Colorado