The Director of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy will partner with the church to understand and evaluate risk within digital areas, while also helping creature a cyber-aware culture within our staff.
Ministry might not have been the first stop on your journey, but if you’ve been praying to put your skills to work alongside a team of Kingdom-minded, sold-out, on-fire believers, we’ve got good news. You’re on the right path!
The Risk Collaboration Team is dedicated to ensuring that we protect the ministry God has entrusted us with at Life.Church. Cybersecurity and data privacy are integral parts of the Risk Collaboration Team. The heart of our team is to help other teams know how to confidently say “Yes” to new initiatives and ideas that God puts in their paths, while also safeguarding our current ministries. We know that risk exists, but we exist to help identify controls that pave the way for the next “big-thinking, bet-the-farm idea!”
Whenever you hear that someone ran somewhere, you organize in your mind all the ways you want to help them know if they should pay the bounty or not. If when you hear someone mention fishing, you always hear “phishing” by default and cringe a little, keep reading.
Who you are: Collaborative team player and loves to help reach shared objectivesAbility to self-motivate, make independent decisions, and problem solve with innovation Excellent verbal, written, and oral communication who fosters partnerships Effective at multi-tasking and time management to meet deadlines while remaining flexible and open to change Effective at process and organizational management to coordinate, structure, and provide vision to projects Strong leadership skills and understanding of developing and guiding others
What you'll do: Build rudimentary and advanced education on cybersecurity risks, data privacy, and internal controls for digital assetsCollaborate with all Life.Church teams on any cybersecurity-related needsOversee the execution of compliance reviews and testingReview security design to ensure requirements and organizational needs are being metPrepare and recommend a cybersecurity compliance plan for Life.ChurchBe informed on industry alerts and best practices, implementing necessary updates organizationally
For bonus points: Knowledge of audit standards, as well as knowledge of regulatory requirements and frameworks such as CIS Standards, EU GDPR, PCI, and Cyber Essentials frameworkBachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or a related fieldYou love to communicate complex things in simple ways
When you join the Life.Church team, our prayer is that your family will be closer, your leadership will be sharper, your finances will be stronger, your faith will be deeper, and your heart will be larger. And while the biggest perk to working at Life.Church is doing work that makes an eternal difference, you'll find that's not the only benefit we offer:
Flexible work arrangements
Generous and immediate time-off
Industry-leading medical, dental, and vision coverage
Unparalleled employer 401K contribution match
Casual dress code
Professional development funds
Learn more about what it’s like to work at Life.Church: www.life.church/careers
. This role is located at Life.Church Central Offices in Edmond, OK.