Maryville University, Missouri

Cyber Fusion Center Lab Manager

At Maryville University, our vision is to be the innovative leader in higher education promoting a revolution in student learning that expands access and opportunities for all.

Maryville University is searching for a new Lab Manager to oversee our state of the art Cyber Fusion Center (CFC). This person will provide leadership by engaging students through a robust experiential learning program that develops and allows them to practice their cybersecurity, technical, and business administration skills. The ideal candidate will build the pool of community partners and the appropriate array of cybersecurity services needed to support those partners, and facilitate educational outreach and the promotion of technical programs to meet the objectives of the Simon School of Business and the University. The candidate must be committed to fostering a positive, culturally diverse atmosphere for faculty, staff and students.

Essential Responsibilities:
CFC Facility
• Responsible for overall management of CFC and its operations
• Investigate and employ multifaceted security tools, strategies, and analytics used to prevent, detect, monitor and diagnose vulnerability issues in computer information systems to build students’ skills
• Plan, develop, evaluate, and maintain lab documentation policies and procedures
• Plan, develop, and manage activities in the CFC lab to support innovative experiential learning
• Coordinate internal and external activities held in the CFC
• Maintain CFC equipment in good working order, manage repairs, and equipment update cycle
• Identify and troubleshoot minor technical and software issues in the CFC
• Manage and maintain computer lab technologies in partnership with IT Department
Curriculum Support
• Collaborate with faculty to enhance and support the evolving cybersecurity curriculum and associated equipment, program materials, and resources
• Collaborate with faculty to prepare and integrate CFC learning activities into the curriculum
• Test virtual labs, offer suggestions for improvement when needed
• Assist with cybersecurity research and participate in professional communities of practice
Student Learning Support and Instruction
• Coordinate cybersecurity certification preparation sessions
• Instruct students and faculty in the use of equipment in the CFC
• Mentor students in the development of their professional skills and career preparation
• Teach one section of ISYS 490/690 (additional sections for adjunct pay)
• Coordinate CFC and Cortex (CIC) Speaker Series
• Cultivate additional community clients and build tiered service packages for these clients
• Manage student teams and clients in providing cybersecurity services to nonprofit organizations
• Represent the Cybersecurity Program at various university events, including visit days, START, orientations, and student activities
• Represent the cybersecurity program at local and regional events

Minimum Qaulifications

• Bachelor’s Degree in Cybersecurity, Management Information Systems, Computer Science, or related discipline
• Strong leadership and mentoring skills
• Strong analytical skills
• Good verbal and written communication
• Detail oriented
• Program Management skills
• Expertise in Cybersecurity content
o A+
o Network+
o Security+

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