FifthDomain is a young and ambitious Australian scale-up tackling the global cyber skills shortage. We create cutting-edge virtual learning environments that deliver hands-on training and competitions for cyber operators.
Our technology platform delivers critical and up-to-date cyber security content and practical training exercises in a safe virtual environment.
Fifth Domain is seeking several UX/Product Designers to join the team to work on multiple products. The successful candidates will have at least 2-3 years of industry experience as a UX/UI or Product designer.
About the Role
FifthDomain is looking for an experienced Business Intelligence Analyst who can close the gap between cyber expertise and data science within the company. You will translate business problems defined by the Security Operation Center (SOC) experts into analytics that the data scientists and engineering team can then build upon. You will work closely with the SOC experts and Business Analysts, to design insights and analytics, gathered from user and customer requirements.
Working closely with the product and engineering teams, you will provide data collection requirements for the platform ensuring the data is in the format that is needed to build the insights. You will also build prototype insights in Amazon Web Services (AWS) QuickSight to report and test with the customer. Ultimately informing the product and engineering teams in designing and developing platform insights.
Additionally provide explanatory reporting for each of the insights will be required for project customers and as general documentation for platform users.
Applying Expertise & Technology
Applies specialist and detailed technical expertise; Develops job knowledge and expertise through continual professional development; Shares expertise and knowledge with others; Uses technology to achieve work objectives; Demonstrates appropriate physical co-ordination and endurance, manual skill, spatial awareness and dexterity; Demonstrates an understanding of different organisational departments and functions.
Learning & Researching
Rapidly learns new tasks and quickly commits information to memory; Gathers comprehensive information to support decision making; Demonstrates a rapid understanding of newly presented information; Encourages an organisational learning approach (i.e. learns from successes and failures and seeks staff and customer feedback); Manages knowledge (collects, classifies, and disseminates knowledge of use to the organisation).
Planning & Organising
Sets clearly defined objectives; Plans activities and projects well in advance and takes account of possible changing circumstances; Manages time effectively; Identifies and organises resources needed to accomplish tasks; Monitors performance against deadlines and milestones.
Analyses numerical data, verbal data and all other sources of information; Breaks information into component parts, patterns and relationships; Probes for further information or greater understanding of a problem; Makes rational judgements from the available information and analysis; Produces workable solutions to a range of problems; Demonstrates an understanding of how one issue may be a part of a much larger system.
Adapting & Responding to Change
Adapts to changing circumstances; Accepts new ideas and change initiatives; Adapts interpersonal style to suit different people or situations; Shows respect and sensitivity towards human differences; Deals with ambiguity, making positive use of the opportunities it presents.