Robertson is the School of New Work. Our vision is for everyone to have a good life through a prosperous and fulfilling career. Robertsonâ€™s mission is to empower our students with the most relevant training and up-to-date industry insights to thrive in a modern work environment.
At Robertson, motivated students can advance their education by studying online or via hybrid delivery - 10 or 20 hours per week. The Robertson team assists students while in program and after graduation to ensure they have the tools they need to succeed in a new career. Robertson team members are guides for our students on their career path as they navigate their college and educational experiences during their time at the College.
Having a deep understanding of the demands of the modern workforce is integral to what we offer our learners. That is why internally, we place such value on building a work culture that is flexible and adaptive to the changing world of work. We also seek out diversity in our team. We #CelebrateEverything and encourage team members to take paid time off to celebrate their cultural, religious, and spiritual holidays. Our team is intentionally talent-dense - our strength lies in the differences in backgrounds and expertise that we each bring to the table.
Education Canada Group - Robertson College, is seeking a Cyber/Cloud Security Specialist to work as Course Developer and Subject Matter Expert. The successful candidate will collaborate on and contribute to the development of a Cyber/Cloud Security diploma program for The College. The Specialist will work on a contract basis with flexible hours and a work from home arrangement.
Robertson offers a repertoire of certificate and diploma programs in IT that are delivered in class and online. Robertsonâ€™s purpose is to provide global access to purposeful education for students in their pathway to successful careers, with flexibility in time and delivery without the limits of place and distance. At the heart of our philosophy is the pursuit of knowledge and personal growth and development.
Robertson provides students with the opportunity to expand their horizons and prepare them for the next stage of their personal journey. Meaningful, challenging, industry-relevant programs taught by qualified, dedicated instructors are at the core of Robertsonâ€™s operation. We pride ourselves in offering students an inclusive community that respects diversity and uniqueness.
This a part-time contract position that can be completed outside of normal business hours asynchronously. The contract period is from July 31 - October 31. Time commitment varies and can be determined in collaboration with the contractor and project manager.
Collaborate with the course developer and instructional designer as required to ensure content is industry relevant, rigorous and well-scaffolded and to ensure timely creation and sourcing of applicable content.
Ensure course content engages students in meaningful, active, and transferable learning.
Create learning material and media as needed (audio, video, integrations, etc.).
Consult on the development of evaluation criteria and assessment instruments that align with instructional goals and outcomes of each course.
Maintain project documentation and course folders.
Incorporate feedback on Course Guides provided by the Curriculum Working group.
Consult with the project lead and course developer, and instructional designer as required.
Undergraduate degree in Information Security, Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field; a combination of skills and experience may be considered.
CISSP, CCSP, CRISC or similar cloud certification required.
A minimum of four years of professional work experience in information security/systems role.
Experience with secure server installations, vulnerabilities, cryptography, malware, exploit analysis, firewalls, network and internet security architecture and protocols.
Experience designing secure and automated architectures to support cloud services.
Knowledge of security challenges involved in deploying Cloud Applications.
Experience developing training programs for professional and educational purposes.
Knowledge of educational learning theories and curriculum development models.
Knowledge and experience with course development software and Learning Management Systems (D2L preferred).
Excellent analytical and critical thinking skills.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work with a team to achieve goals and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
Please apply with resume to Terena Caryk, Vice President of Product and Operations to [email protected]
by July 13, 2023.