Open Positions

Programs Director

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The Women CyberSecurity Society inc. (WCSS) is looking for an experienced Program Director to  supervise a  wide range of programs for WCSS.  We are a registered non-profit society  dedicated to providing support and resources to women and girls  interested in cybersecurity.  


As Programs Director, you will be  responsible for the delivery and  overall success of each program. and will manage the financial and HR aspects of the role.
 

The program director's role will work in tandem with the the CEO  and other board members to secure funds, donations and grants to meet  the budgetary requirements of this department. Additionally, you will  serve in part as the face of programs to the external community.  As  such, you may from time to time attend community events in an effort to  build and maintain positive relationships for current and future program  development.


Because many programs are dependent on public or private funds,  the program director must be meticulous in all notes and documentation.  It is extremely important that you maintain a passion for what you are  doing in helping to retain and retrain women for successful  cybersecurity careers.
 

Strong communication skills, knowledge of the cybersecurity industry and non-profits are considered assets.


The position is open to citizens across Canada.

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Industry Liaison

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The Women CyberSecurity Society inc. (WCSS) is a registered non-profit society dedicated to providing  support and resources to women and girls interested in a cybersecurity career.
 

We are looking for an Industry Liaison who can establish  strategic relationships with suppliers and stakeholders; serve as an  information provider for suppliers seeking to do business with WCSS, and  connect with academia, government and industry partners in support of  the Societies mission and business goals. 
 

The Industry Liaison will work in tandem with the CEO and other board  members  to drive business and become a community liaison across public  and private sectors in building relationships and partnerships. 
 

At times you may plan and attend meetings where community  representatives gather to voice concerns about changes and trends within  the industry, discuss policies, inquire about funding and grant  opportunities, etc. 
 

You will also serve as an industry advocate for women in cyber and raise  awareness about issues in the community while interfacing across  departments and community borders.


A passion for helping women in the ICT and security sectors is a  must as our mission is to empower women for successful cybersecurity  careers.


Strong communication skills, knowledge of the cybersecurity industry and non-profits are considered assets.
 

The position is open to citizens across Canada.

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