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Grant Accountant

Rainforest Foundation US seeks an experienced and highly proficient Grant Accountant to lead the day-to-day accounting of RFUS. This position plays an essential function in administering and tracking our revenue and expenses, with a primary focus on our government grant funding.

The Grant Accountant is responsible for processing, accounting for, and reporting on Rainforest Foundation US’s grants and awards in compliance with both Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) and government funding requirements. The Grant Accountant will serve as RFUS’s resident expert on restricted fund management.

Find out more about this position and how to apply.

Internships

Do you support Rainforest Foundation US’s mission of protecting tropical forests and defending the rights of indigenous peoples? If so, an internship at our New York City office is a great way to gain skills related to your interests, while offering crucial assistance to advance our mission. Rainforest Foundation US is seeking dedicated and qualified applicants to support our work in a variety of capacities, from research to communications and fundraising. Based on our needs and your qualifications, we may be able to design an internship specifically for you.

If interested in an internship position, please contact us at with your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in our organization and our mission.

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Rainforest Foundation US is tackling the major challenges of our day: deforestation, the climate crisis, and human rights violations. Your donation moves us one step closer to creating a more sustainable and just future.

Adam Janos is Rainforest Foundation US’s lead writer and storyteller, translating programmatic impacts and capturing the human face of RFUS’s partnerships for the organization’s priority engagement needs. He brings over 10 years of professional writing experience to the organization, having contributed to several outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The Budapest Times, and A&E, amongst others. He’s also a published fiction writer and playwright. Adam holds a Master’s in Creative Writing from Rutgers University-Camden. He is bilingual in Hungarian and fluent in Spanish, which he learned while traveling the Pan-American Highway in his early twenties. That’s also when he came to know the rich indigenous cultures of the continent and the stunning forests that house them, ultimately guiding him to this work.