Country Manager (Brazil)

Plastic Bank
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    Remote (LATAM)
  • Company Location:
    Vancouver, Canada
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  • Published on:
    April 6, 2021

Job Description

We are searching for a seasoned leader for Brazil as we move to growing our impact, including the wider Latin America market.  We seek experience in overall business management from a respected individual who is able to handle a fast growing company with a good track record on business creativity, tenacity and building organizational capability.  This leader should be able to capture vast opportunities for Plastic Bank from a diverse background in business management and community building, while embracing agility in regenerating our planet.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Leading the flourishing of Plastic Bank Brazil through creative business development, breathing creative life into the current ecosystem and leading the local team to secure adequate supply.
  • Powerfully activating the local Brazilian community to enrol in Plastic Bank, and cascade entrepreneurism to the frontline.
  • Building a high performing team, to drive scale of collection and lives impacted.


  • Senior-level general management experience, with a track record of turning visions into viable, thriving businesses.
  • A track record of building relationships with senior executives and decision-makers within the Brazilian ecosystem and beyond.
  • Qualifications in Business, Engineering, Law or a related discipline. MBA or higher education preferred.

Application Method:

Please send your CV quoting Job CMBRA202102. We accept applications in English only. Please note that due to a high volume of applicants, we will only be reaching out to candidates moving forward to the interview stage, thank you for your understanding.

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