KRI Administrative Coordinator & Security Administrator

Boston, Massachusetts
03 Jun 2019
End of advertisement period
01 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Full Time

The KRI Administrative Coordinator & Security Administrator will provide executive level support to the CEO of KRI, LLC and the Kostas Research Institute. The role reports to the CEO of KRI, LLC. This individual will be responsible for managing the CEO’s administrative needs to ensure that his/her time is effectively allocated and that he/she has the information/materials needed to advance the priorities of the university programs and assets for which he/she is responsible.

Additionally, the Administrative Coordinator & Security Administrator will provide a comprehensive range of safety, administrative, and organizational services to ensure smooth and efficient operations within the Kostas Building. This will include reception, daily office operations, meeting & event planning, communication and correspondence with other ICBM offices and with central university offices and departments, development of communications materials and data support. Other responsibilities include maintaining supplies/office equipment, etc. as needed. This position will be the first point of contact for KRI.

The Administrative Coordinator & Security Administrator will also serve as the security team member responsible for security administrative tasks, including JPAS visit requests, working with closed area badging and closed area alarm systems, visitor management system protocols, and classified document control. This set of responsibilities will require an active security clearance and specialized knowledge of the security practices under the auspices of the National Industrial Security Program administered by the Defense Security Service of the Department of Defense.

This position requires strong organizational skills, with the ability to manage/prioritize multiple projects and have excellent interpersonal communication skills to interact successfully with high-level visitors both internal and external to the university. This individual must be self-motivated, able to manage workload independently, possess good time management skills, be proficient in Microsoft Office and have the ability to learn new software as needed. He/she must have the ability to work with confidential information using good judgment and discretion at all times.