- - Administration
- 65,000 yr.
- Full Time
- Health, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, Life, Paid time off, 403B retirement plan and matching
TITLE: Grants Manager
PROFILE SOURCE: Administrative
DEPARTMENT: Resource Development
REPORTS TO: VP of Resource Development
STATUS: Salary / Exempt
Under the supervision of the VP of Resource Development, the Grants Manager will lead the Grant Department to maintain a multi-million-dollar portfolio of private and publicly funded (governmental) grant programs for Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Texas and its affiliated entities. Through cross departmental collaboration, and engagement with community-based Club staff, the Grants Manager will focus on managing the identification of target grants, application deadlines, writing letters of intent and grant applications, submitting grant applications, reporting deadlines, and timely submission of grant reports.
• Overview: Oversees organization grant portfolio.
• Identify Grant Opportunities: Research corporate, foundation, local, state, regional and national government and other funding sources. Secure grant applications and guidelines for qualified grant opportunities.
• Manage Grant Submission and Reporting Processes: In concert with the VP of RD, manage the application / writing process for new grant opportunities. Develop narrative proposals, budgets, staffing plans, and related grant application components. Write compelling grant proposals. Ensure the timely submission of all grant requests. Ensure the timely, accurate, and high-quality submission of all grant / program reports.
• Administer Awarded Grants: Ensure timely handoff to Operations Team in coordination with COO of all grant deliverable requirements. Grant deliverable handoff will provide all aspects of programs to be developed, implemented and managed per grant guidelines in compliance with proposed standards and expectations of awarded applications. In concert with the CFO, manage all fiscal compliance functions and processes of related grant opportunities. Ensure accurate and complete submission of grant-related financial reimbursements reports, fiscal records management, and budgetary compliance. Manage grant-related staffing plan requirements to include, but not limited to, training logs, background check processes, and time-sheet / effort reporting processes.
• Collaborate with Stakeholders: Collaborate with the VP of RD, CEO, COO, and related programs staff to strategically select new grant opportunities that meet the needs and capacity of the organization and prioritize positive youth development outcomes. Assist the VP of RD and the CEO in the development of community-based partnerships to support new and existing grant opportunities. Engage and manage grant partners through program delivery periods to ensure compliance with grant objectives and organizational goals.
• Special Events / Community Relations: Assist BGCTX staff, Board members, and other volunteers with planning and implementation of fundraising events to garner awareness and increase support. Attend various community events for the purpose of promoting / representing BGCTX.
• Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
• Minimum of 3 years work experience with state grants and and grant compliance.
• Experience a plus in management of 21st CCLC, state, federal and government grants oversight.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• Proficient in using various computer software programs, including but not limited, membership applications, Donor Management Software (Donor Perfect), Payroll Systems web-based time system and familiarity with the internet.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with all types of people.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Club staff, Board members, volunteers, community groups, and other related agencies.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Ability to lift up to 10 lbs.
• Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time
• Exposure to outdoor weather conditions and periods of loud or excessive noises.
DISCLAIMER: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees assigned to this job.
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