Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Mgr Fed Grant Impact Performance

Posted Date 1 month ago(6/14/2024 5:25 PM)
Job ID
Finance & Organizational Services
Atlanta, GA


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Boys & Girls Clubs of America named "One of the Best Nonprofits to Work for in 2017, 2018 and 2019"


Boys & Girls Clubs of America is the nation's premier youth development organization. Our programs, training and services impact nearly 4 million children and teens every year. We are always looking for qualified professionals with a passion for improving young lives, as a member of our national staff.  We have strong values, embrace diversity and offer great benefits to allow our employees to maintain work/life balance.


LOCATION: This position is on-site, office-based in Atlanta, GA (hybrid model - 3 days remote / 2 days in office- Tuesday & Wednesday)



Under the general supervision of the Director, Federal Grants Programs & Performance, the Manager, Federal Grants, TRAIL is responsible for providing high-quality customer service to local Boys & Girls Clubs subgrantees in the On the TRAIL to Diabetes Prevention program to support them in reporting outcomes and impact of federally funded grant funded by the Indian Health Services, Special Diabetes Prevention Initiative. The Manager will receive financial budgets and reports and work with Club staff to ensure allowability of expenses and inclusion of the appropriate paperwork. The Manager will perform duties in compliance with all appropriate and applicable federal guidelines, standards, and statutes, as well as ensure the efficacy, optimal performance and return on the investment of those funds, as mandated in accordance with 2 CFR 200—Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards, and the DOJ Grants Financial Guide. This position is currently federal grant funded. Continuation of the position is based on continued funding. 



  • Manage subgrantee financial report receipt, review and first level approval for the TRAIL grant. This position will also work with Clubs to update reports and ensure future improvement of financial submissions.
  • Train subgrantees on financial reporting requirements and provide individualized assistance to subgrantees as requested.
  • Manage the review of a high volume of subgrantee financial reports on an ongoing basis with exceptional attention to detail and adherence to pre-determined timelines.
  • Ensure compliant federal records retention for program and performance data and documentation.
  • Serve as primary contact for local Clubs regarding questions about completing a financial report and providing the appropriate documentation.
  • Advise Federal Grants team on subgrantees whose financial performance is out of compliance with grant requirements.
  • Collaborate with Director, Federal Grants Impact and Performance to address financial report submission or spending issues in need of specialized remedial or mitigating measures.
  • Collaborate with Director, Federal Grants Impact and Performance to provide technical assistance, educational support, and related communications to BGCA staff, local Clubs staff, various consultants, and other stakeholders. Coordinate ongoing communication and provide direction regarding consistent, compliant interpretation of federal and organizational guidelines as they relate to grant-funded programmatic deliverables.
  • Ensure cooperative and productive working relationships with various BGCA departments, appropriate federal government contacts and other external parties.


  • Perform special projects or assignments as required by the National Vice President, Federal Grants and Senior Directors, Federal Grants. Produce reports and analysis as requested and otherwise maintain and share federal grants information required by internal and external stakeholders, including the Government Relations department.
  • Ensure BGCA and sub-grantee TRAIL programs cross-functional adherence to and compliance with federal 2 CFR 200 - Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards and other applicable federal and organizational requirements (programmatic and fiscal).
  • Demonstrate BGCA mission driven I*CARE values and integrate these beliefs into our environment and ways of work.
  • Adhere to organizational policies and procedures as described in BGCA's Employee Handbook, Ethics Policy and elsewhere.


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  • ​Bachelor's degree, or education/experience equivalency.
  • ​Minimum of four to six years project management or operational management experience. Federal grants experience preferred. Experience with BGCA, Boys & Girls Clubs and/or similar youth-serving agencies preferred.


  • ​ Excellent customer service skills.
  • ​Experience working with Native communities and/or Tribal entities around grant implementation and reporting.
  • ​Strong cross-cultural communication skills.
  • ​Advanced Computer Skills. Experience with database systems is a plus.
  • ​Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Accuracy and attention to detail; planning and organizing; record keeping.
  • ​Strong skills in developing, implementing, and managing systems and processes to track project accomplishments and other details.
  • ​Ability to think creatively, problem solve, and remain flexible to changing situations.
  • ​Comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.
  • ​Ability to get along with diverse personalities, always displaying tact, maturity, and flexibility.
  • ​Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
  • ​Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four-plus hours per day.


  • Hybrid work environment option available.
  • Approximately 5% travel.
  • The individual selected for this position must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and be able to navigate areas of the country by using a map or other direction methods.


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