Director of Cybersecurity Practice
Posting DetailsVacancy TypeEHRA Non-FacultyIs Internal Transfer OnlyNoWorking TitleDirector of Cybersecurity PracticeSalary RangeAnticipated Hiring RangeCommensurate with education and experiencePosition Number00108165Work ScheduleTBDFull Time Equivalent (FTE)1.0Department141901 - Computer Science-engrDepartmentComputer Science-engrJob City & StateRaleigh, NCPrimary Function of Organizational Unit
The Department of Computer Science is an academic teaching and research department in the College of Engineering. It is a large and complex unit that encompasses research intensive, teaching intensive, and professional activities. It is one of the largest such departments in the nation by the number of faculty and students, and its total budget and size are comparable to, or larger than, a number of NC State University colleges and divisions.Essential Job Duties
The Director of Cybersecurity Practice will be a technical liaison between practitioners in industry and government organizations and the SCI, gaining perspective and sharing challenges and solutions. The Director will coordinate a membership-based consortium of organizations with cybersecurity interests, facilitating communication at both the executive/leadership and technical levels and matching member research needs with SCI researchers, identifying licensable IP and technology commercialization where appropriate. The Director’s activities will also include founding and running a cybersecurity conference with the goals of identifying industry cybersecurity needs, communicating research results, and exposing organizations to NCSU cybersecurity students.
The position will exist within the SCI and will report to the institute co-directors. The Director will work as a peer of the Director of Cybersecurity Education aiding in the identification, recruitment, and review of instructors for short courses, mentors for capstone student projects, placement for internships and full time positions, and pursuing the possibility of offering continuing cybersecurity education to professionals, potentially teaching courses for practitioners. The Director will also be expected to be highly engaged with students, building on existing student group initiatives (e.g., Hackpack — https://hackpack.club) and developing new opportunities for students. The Director is expected to actively pursue industry research grants to ensure sustained support for the position and the institute research initiative, applications are encouraged by October 15, 2020.Other Work/Responsibilities
Performs other related duties to ensure the well-being of the cybersecurity education initiates at NC State.Minimum Education/Experience
Requires bachelor’s degree, an equivalent degree, or equivalent professional experience.
BS degree in Computer Science or a related field. An MS is preferred.Departmental Required Skills
· Passion for building bridges between the university and industry/government for the common cybersecurity good
· Significant experience in cybersecurity
· Highly motivated, organized individual that will actively pursue research and practice opportunities.
· Interpersonal skills needed to recruit, manage, and review, industry-based lecturers.
· Written skills needed to pursue funding and document results and outcomes.
· MS degree in Computer Science
· Extensive experience in industry/government
· Extensive contacts in industry/government
· Strong reputation in field
In addition to your application please submit a cover letter, CV, research statement, and the contact information for at least three professional references.
This position is eligible to be hired at 9-months or 12-monthsJob Open Date08/21/2020Anticipated Closing DateOpen until filled.Is this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies?NoProposed Hire DateAA/EOE
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