Grants Instructors

Location: Tysons Corner, VA
Job Code: 577
# of Openings: 1





We are committed to providing relevant, comprehensive, learner-centered training to the public and private sector workforce. As a Management Concepts instructor, you will bring our course material to life by sharing your professional experience and engaging students in the learning process.

As a Grants & Assistance Instructor, you have 10+ years’ experience in Federal grants and financial assistance at a Federal awarding agency, pass-through entity, or recipient organization. Your subject-matter expertise in grants enables you to:

  1. Educate others on governmentwide rules governing the grants process, including 2 CFR 200 and FAR 31.2
  2. Explain legal requirements and best practices in the grants environment clearly and accurately
  3. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the Federal grants process from preaward through closeout
  4. Ability to answer student questions and support answers with citations to uniform administrative requirements and cost principles, where applicable
  5. Go "deep" into topics ranging from how to apply and manage grants to monitoring to Single Audits


Management Concepts Instructors engage audiences that reflect the diversity of the Federal grants community. You must be comfortable delivering courses to an array of Federal grant program managers and administrators, recipients (state and local governments, tribal governments, nonprofits, universities, and for-profit entities) and auditors.


  1. Access to a network of domain and learning professionals
  2. Timely news and updates within your career field from peers and headquarters staff
  3. Up-to-date course materials
  4. Opportunities to contribute and collaborate on course development
  5. Scheduling flexibility
  6. Knowledge-sharing with diverse audiences in multiple locations and modalities



All Management Concepts Instructors are skilled in the course content, instructional techniques, and adult learning theory. We require that you present information in an objective, unbiased manner. At the same time, you add value to the written material by offering relevant illustrations or experiences.

Duties and responsibilities:

  1. Present 1, 2, 3, and 4-day courses to groups of up to 40 students; facilitate multi-week asynchronous online courses, virtual seminars, and/or a blended approach
  2. Apply principles of adult learning in course presentations
  3. Participate in Management Concepts training on courseware, classroom technologies, and other topics to enhance the student experience
  4. Deliver material according to Instructor Guide and pursuant to published course descriptions and schedules
  5. Provide timely and actionable feedback on course materials
  6. Deliver client-specific version of courses in onsite presentations


Travel is required.











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