Are you an experienced grant manager who thrives in a high performing team of community-minded individuals?

Do you tire of micro-management and domineering oversight?

Would handling multi-deadlines, competing projects and growing organization energize you?

If yes, we want you for our Grants Manager position.

The successful candidate for this position will have the following skills, knowledge, and abilities:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, business administration, public administration or other relevant field is required
  • A minimum of three years of progressively responsible work experience managing grant funds from federal and local government agencies and managing accounting functions in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience
  • Strong writing skills in English sufficient to prepare narratives, plans, reports and information required for grant applications;
  • Skills in computing basic mathematics sufficient to prepare and verify financial and budget reports
  • Thorough knowledge of government grants management requirements. Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and applications of grant/program, evaluation and planning
  • Considerable knowledge of grant compliance best practices, budgeting and accounting practices, processes, and procedures of non-profit organizations
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office
  • Strong leadership, verbal and written communication, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organization and analytical skills
  • Ability to interact professionally with staff, board members, volunteers and other related agencies

Salary $45,300 – $63,500. Offer will be dependent on skills and experience.

Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Disability insurance, Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays, 401(k), Employee Assistance Program.

Drug testing and fingerprint background checks are required as conditions of employment.

An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Seek out, manage and administer government and non-government funded grants to ensure compliance with all rules, regulations, assurances and requirements of grantor agencies. This includes any grant/funding opportunities with Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
  2. Prepare grant applications/proposals including budgetary and financial information and compilation of required financial and programmatic data for government and non-government funding sources and other grants as identified.
  3. Review and evaluate potential funding opportunities and make recommendations based on the impact to the organization.
  4. Work in collaboration with Sr. Leadership to ensure potential funding opportunities fit with overall funding strategy and direction of organization.
  5. Assist with the planning, organizing, and coordinating of the annual budget process and the year-end close process with external auditors.
  6. Work in collaboration to strategize on funding options and share information needed to complete grant applications.
  7. Provide training and technical assistance to Club program staff in all aspects of implementing and reporting grant funded programs to ensure the effectiveness and compliance with program rules, regulations and requirements.
  8. Monitor program activities to ensure adherence to grant/program outcome measures.
  9. Work directly with funding agencies, auditors and reviewers with regard to grant requirements and request requirements.
  10. Act as point of contact with the Boys & Girls Clubs Nevada Alliance to gather, compile and report to State of Nevada, as required, on funding around State Assembly/Senate bill funding.
  11. Work with Club leaders and Operations to ensure that our membership database is utilized to collect program data leading to accurate and timely submission of required reports.
  12.  Provide support and quality information to directors and supervisors for the preparation of annual and regulatory reporting, as well as preparing Sr. Leadership for any public speaking events tied to requests for funding.
  13. Compile information required and prepare regulatory government funded grant reports on a monthly and/or quarterly basis as required.
  14. Review and evaluate government and non-government funding opportunities and make recommendations based on impact to the organization.
  15. Track programs’ progress toward goals and objectives; maintain grant proposal and activity files.
  16. Attend all relevant meetings for grant applications, RFP’s, bidder’s conferences, etc.
  17. Attend meetings of various organizational and external committees, as requested.
  18. May be assigned other duties as requested by supervisor.


Internal: Maintain contact with management and staff to provide technical assistance in matters of grant related financial operations. Interact regularly with Resource Development, Finance and Operations team members.

External: Maintain professional contact and relationships with local municipalities and others with funding representatives, external auditors, insurance carriers, vendors and other groups as needed.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to sit, stand or walk for prolonged periods, and stoop and kneel occasionally
  • Ability to speak and hear to use telephone, conduct meetings, etc.
  • Ability to effectively use computer, lift papers and files
  • Ability to push, pull, reach for and lift articles up to 15 pounds

Driving Position: Must have and maintain a valid Nevada driver license and good driving record in accordance with personnel policies. Use of personal vehicle is required and mileage is reimbursed.

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications, and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

Apply Online at