About OffSec

Founded in 2007 by the creators of Kali Linux, OffSec (formerly known as Offensive Security) is the leading provider of continuous professional and workforce development, training, and education for cybersecurity practitioners. OffSec’s distinct pedagogy and practical, hands-on learning help organizations fill the infosec talent gap by training their teams on today’s most critical skills.

Become a part of our global presence and work from anywhere. With team members in over 40 countries, we believe in inspiring people of all backgrounds and communities. The OffSec team is composed of diverse, internationally published authors, conference speakers, and seasoned information technology professionals from both the private sector and governments worldwide.

Excited about our mission and what we do? Apply and join us!

About the Job

OffSec’s robust cybersecurity courses and unique hands-on, realistic skill-based labs, and our highly-coveted industry certifications across a variety of cybersecurity work roles, are increasingly being required or highly preferred by leading enterprises and government agencies around the world. OffSec is committed to helping improve the cybersecurity posture of enterprises, academia, and nations to upskill and develop their workforces with OffSec’s gold standard in professional cybersecurity training.   

In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the Academy operations, instructors, students, clients and coordinating the execution of the various components of the overall Academy program. You will be supported cross-functionally to achieve execution.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Teach, mentor and support learners in various OffSec courses, job roles and learning paths 
  • Develop and enhance course curriculum to align with OffSec standards
  • Assess live training requirements and recommend optimal delivery formats
  • Conduct live streams, offering real-time guidance and demonstrations on handling lab machines, addressing common challenges, and sharing best practices.
  • Craft well-researched and informative blog posts on various aspects of cybersecurity. 
  • Participate in sales calls with potential and existing clients, showcasing OffSec Academy’s offerings
  • Identify resources and prioritize tasks to ensure the success of OffSec Academy’s initiatives
  • Monitor and report on performance metrics, ensuring teaching programs deliver value and meet goals
  • Work across teams to communicate, manage expectations, provide escalation management, and balance business needs with technical constraints, all while maintaining a focus on customer experience.
  • Collaborate with all team members, demonstrating a willingness to help and dive into tasks as needed

Qualifications

  • Must speak Mandarin and English
  • OSCP certification is a must have
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience working in CyberSecurity, encompassing offense, defense or both
  • 2+ years working with higher education institutions or academic-like programs or previous teaching experience is a plus
  • CyberSecurity mindset for creative and innovative problem solving
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to engage and influence internal and external stakeholders
  • A strong drive to continually improve customer experience, success, and engagement, leveraging data and metrics.
  • Ability to foster collaboration and facilitate teamwork
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, including international travel to customer locations or training conferences without travel restrictions

Nice to Have

  • OSCE, OSWP, OSWA, OSWE, OSED, OSMR, OSEE, OSDA, OSEE certifications 
  • Past management experience or a demonstrated record of leadership in previous roles.

Working conditions

This role is a full-time salaried position. Work hours for this position are flexible and will be performed from a home office. This position requires travel, and the ability to travel globally without any issues. 

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