Sr. Curriculum Developer
About CrowdStrike

At CrowdStrike we’re on a mission - to stop breaches. Our groundbreaking technology, services delivery, and intelligence gathering together with our innovations in machine learning and behavioral-based detection, allow our customers to not only defend themselves, but do so in a future-proof manner. We’ve earned numerous honors and top rankings for our technology, organization and people – clearly confirming our industry leadership and our special culture driving it. We also offer flexible work arrangements to help our people manage their personal and professional lives in a way that works for them. So if you’re ready to work on unrivaled technology where your desire to be part of a collaborative team is met with a laser-focused mission to stop breaches and protect people globally, let’s talk.

About the Role
CrowdStrike seeks experienced curriculum developers who want to help our clients learn how to protect their organizations against the most advanced attackers in the world. Our CrowdStrike Services training and education team needs you to help carry the lessons of the field to thousands of on-line and in-person students in a scaled learning environment.

To get an idea of the kind of material you’ll be helping develop, look at our postings for Consultant careers. Those postings – as well as the nightly news – should give you an idea of the advanced material that we call “just another Friday afternoon.” You’ll be taking that experience and distilling it so our students can learn from us, rather than learning from being attacked themselves.

Am I a Curriculum Development Candidate?

Can you break down complicated topics and figure out how best to help people learn them, constructing a coherent learning story?
Are you great at creating slides and written material?
Have you created course material in the past that was easily delivered in person, online, and pre-recorded? Did you use a Learning Management System to deliver the courses, as well as a classroom?
Have you produced recorded material yourself, assembling the visual and narrative elements, creating video, audio and visual learning aids?
Do you have experience in intelligence operations and a desire to expand the set of those who can run an intel group?
Can you tell a story with a point, using the elements of the story to cement the knowledge?

Typical Responsibilities:
Create, extend, enhance, revise and maintain course material on incident response, forensic analysis, intelligence operations and other information security topics.
Work effectively at a distance: interact and integrate with coworkers from Sydney to London (though most of us are in the U.S.); use and manage distance learning technology effectively.
Create material for delivery via a learning management system (a computer-based training site).
Serve as a subject matter expert to trainers and professional services consultants, helping create and refine course material for custom delivery that can then be used for repeat delivery to other clients.
Manage course metadata and material in the learning management system, helping the operations group deliver efficient service and good margins to the P&L.
Produce high-quality written reports, presentations and course material that need minimal editing before being loaded into the LMS for delivery.
If you live near one of our professional services offices, work a portion of your time in those offices working with the rest of your team.
Required Qualifications
Successful candidates will have experience in one or more of the following areas. You should have some background in education, but you don’t need a Ed.D. If you’ve taught formally or informally before, think about how that experience could extend to this position.

Education: experience creating material on technical topics for a wide variety of audiences, from desktop support technicians to C-level executives.
Incident Response: experience conducting or managing incident response investigations for organizations, investigating targeted threats such as the Advanced Persistent Threat, Organized Crime, and Hacktivists.
Intelligence: experience conducting cyber threat analysis of targeted threat actors, using an established analytic model to produce FINTEL and/or technical output.
Computer Forensic Analysis: a background using a variety of forensic analysis tools in incident response investigations to determine the extent and scope of compromise.
Network Forensic Analysis: strong knowledge of network protocols, network analysis tools, and ability to perform analysis of associated network logs.
Reverse Engineering: ability to perform static and dynamic malware analysis and familiar with tools such as IDA Pro and OllyDbg.
Incident Remediation: strong understanding of targeted attacks and able to create customized tactical and strategic remediation plans for compromised organizations.
Network Operations and Architecture/Engineering: strong understanding of secure network architecture and experience performing network operations.
Programming/Scripting: experience coding in C, C#, VB, Python, Perl, Ruby on Rails, and/or .NET. Strong text editor preference a must.
Additionally, all candidates must possess the following qualifications:

Strong, clear verbal and written communication skills.
Capable of completing tasks on time without supervision.
Desire to grow and expand both technical and soft skills.
Strong project management skills.
Ability to foster a positive work environment and attitude.
Ability to travel with advance notice, up to 10% of the time.
Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in Education, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Math, Information Security, Information Assurance, Information Security Management, Intelligence Studies, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Policy, or a related field. Relevant equivalent pedagogical, industry or military experience is equally valuable.

Benefits of Working at CrowdStrike:
Market leader in compensation and equity awards
Competitive vacation policy
Comprehensive health benefits + 401k plan
Paid paternity and maternity leave, including adoption
Flexible work environment
Wellness programs
Stocked fridges, coffee, soda, and lots of treats
We are committed to building an inclusive culture of belonging that not only embraces the diversity of our people but also reflects the diversity of the communities in which we work and the customers we serve. We know that the happiest and highest performing teams include people with diverse perspectives and ways of solving problems so we strive to attract and retain talent from all backgrounds and create workplaces where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work.

CrowdStrike is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.