Working At Agoro Carbon

CAREERS WITH AGORO CARBON

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We at Agoro Carbon are part of a global network, collaborating to profitably and responsibly solve some of the world’s key challenges: resource scarcity, food insecurity, and climate change.

Agoro Carbon Alliance is creating a new solution to our planet’s carbon challenge that’s grounded in soil. We work to address the impact of agriculture’s global greenhouse gas emissions on our climate through the implementation of sustainable carbon-capturing potential in agriculture, while providing a new income stream to farmers and ranchers worldwide.

Our passion lies in developing a global carbon alliance built around a portfolio of carbon-smart practices that help producers reduce environmental footprint. As one of the market’s early movers, we are using our carbon knowledge, global presence, digital and data capabilities, and strong relationships with the food value chain to pioneer an industry-shaping business.

We owe everything to our remarkable employees. What we offer them:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision Plans
  • Generous PTO (Vacation & Sick)
  • Floating Holidays
  • 8 Company Holidays
  • Fitness/Wellness Allowance
  • Home Office Set Up Reimbursement
  • Coworking Space Options


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Available Positions

We’re always looking for driven people who share our values to join our diverse and growing team. If you want to be part of building a positive farm and ranch future that is grounded in the soil, check out our open positions.

US Positions

Location: Chicago, Illinois
Employment Type: Full-Time
A bit about the role:

Agoro Carbon Alliance is looking to hire a full-time, Contracts Administrator.  This is a great growth opportunity for someone looking to cross over into the contracting arena or gain experience within a growing company.

What you will be doing

  • Generate agreements utilizing existing production tools; manage workflow and signature of agreements.
  • Review agreements to ensure data accuracy and compliance with internal requirements.
  • Update existing contracts via Amendments or other means.
  • Maintaining organized, detailed files and records utilizing Salesforce, Gatekeeper and Google Drive.
  • Assist in providing information and support to Sales, GST, Legal and/or Business Ops teams.
  • Identify any potential contract issues early and communicate effectively.

Required Skills

  • 3-5 Years of experience in general business or administrative experience.  Contract management experience or paralegal background is a plus.
  • Excellent attention to detail, with the ability to find inconsistencies and errors.
  • English language comprehension, speaking, reading and writing skills.
  • Comfort in working independently and remotely.  Strong organizational and time management abilities.
  • Ability to work with a cross functional team at all levels of an organization.
  • Strong analytical skills.

Preferred Skills

  • Previous experience with Salesforce or similar CRM
  • Previous experience utilizing Google suite (Drive, Docs, Sheets)
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office products.
Additional Information:

As a global organization we actively strive to reflect the diversity in society. We therefore encourage all qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply, and are committed to creating a work environment that fits gender equality and allows combining career progress with the needs of a family or other personal circumstances.

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Location: Washington, Oregon, Idaho
Employment Type: Full-Time
A bit about the role:

As an Agronomist (supporting Grower Success team) you will have responsibility for assisting regional teams to assess new business opportunities from assigned specialized practices (i.e., dairy, range pasture, row crop, cash crop, nitrogen management). This role reports to the Grower Success Manager.

What you will be doing

  • Work closely with producers after they sign a contract to collect all of their documentation and successfully Onboard them as a new customer for Agoro Carbon Alliance.
  • Collect and organize assigned producers historical data per the requirements for the program in which they enroll
  • Communicate with internal stakeholders and producers to ensure soil sampling and baseline activities get accomplished in a timely manner.
  • Follow up and support producers that are assigned to you throughout the life of the contract.
  • Help regional team assess new business opportunities from each assigned practice (i.e., dairy, range pasture, row crop, cash crop, nitrogen management)
  • Develop new farming practices roadmaps following existing methodologies
  • Use your knowledge of carbon smart farming practices to train and support agronomy team, channel partners, crop advisors and farmers on successfully implementing new farming practices while avoiding pitfalls associated with the practice change.
  • Liaise with the Carbon Science, Analytics Team, and Grower Success team to support local data collection.

What you will bring

  • A proud agriculture ambassador with a Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy or Agriculture related field. Advanced knowledge with a Master’s or PhD degree is certainly an advantage. CCA (Certified Crop Advisor) designation confirms your knowledge advantage.
  • Experience in similar roles and industries including familiarity with change management and local crop production practices.
  • A passion for sustainability and conservation/regenerative practices that is infectious and drives confidence in farmers to follow your lead.
  • Market knowledge, with good network of growers and distributors who share your passion for continuous improvement.
  • Experience presenting to small or large audiences in a fun and engaging way.
  • A track record of exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills that inspires confidence and trust
  • A mix of entrepreneurial spirit and agronomic acumen is an ideal combination
  • You have kept up with the digital age and are proficient in MS office, especially Excel and PowerPoint. You also have created a digital presence on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
  • Great if you have familiarity with digital farm management systems, planning and optimization tools (like like Adapt-N).

Competencies

  • An ability to wow audiences with good communication & writing skills
  • History of building stakeholder relationships
  • You need to have great interpersonal skills to work effectively with your team
  • Ability to manage your own time and travel within your geography as you excel at helping farmers be successful with practice change
  • Be able to travel internationally

Why work with us?

  • We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including generous paid parental leave.
  • We encourage and support your professional development through continuous development, so that you are at the leading edge of knowledge in your field.
  • You will be building and shaping a global business from start up to scale.
  • You will be working with a globally dispersed and diverse team, with the ability to live anywhere within your geography.
Additional Information:

As a global organization we actively strive to reflect the diversity in society. We therefore encourage all qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply, and are committed to creating a work environment that fits gender equality and allows combining career progress with the needs of a family or other personal circumstances.

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Location: Washington, Chicago/remote
Employment Type: Full-Time
A bit about the role:

Reporting to the Director of Sales North America, the Strategic Accounts Manager role is responsible for maintaining assigned key accounts and provides ongoing client support to drive growth of our programs in the U.S. In partnership with the U.S. Sales team, the Strategic Account Manager will be a driving, ambitious force in growing our accounts and presence across the U.S. The ideal candidate for this role will be an energetic, relationship builder with exceptional communication skills.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintains assigned key accounts and provides ongoing client support.
  • Develops and implements client relationship management strategies.
  • Communicates with key clients to monitor client expectations and satisfaction.
  • Identifies new business leads and contacting prospective key clients to promote products and services.
  • Establishes efficient communication channels and liaising between key clients and internal departments.
  • Recommends and implements improvements to the management of key client relationships.
  • Handles client queries and finds innovative solutions for complex problems.
  • Monitors sales performance metrics and facilitates timely interventions.
  • Performs recordkeeping, as well as preparing sales forecasts and reports

Profile:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Ag / Business Management, Marketing, or a related field.
  • A minimum of four years’ experience as a strategic accounts manager, or similar.
  • Proficiency in CRM software, such as Salesforce and HubSpot.
  • Extensive experience in B2B sales in the ag industry.
  • In-depth knowledge of client relationship management strategies.
  • Superb interpersonal, communication, and collaboration skills.
  • Great problem-solving and analytical abilities.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Experience onboarding, training, leading complex projects.
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Location: Des Moines, IA
Employment Type: Full-Time
A bit about the role:

As a Grower Success Data Specialist you will be part of the team that supports growers and channel partners on their journey after joining our program. You will work with a grower success agronomist in collecting all historical and monitoring data from growers and ranchers. Therefore we are looking for someone who reflects our brand and our values; passionate about contributing towards the reduction of global GHG emissions and caring deeply about helping farmers make successful and systematic practice change. This position is open to candidates in Iowa, South Dakota, and Nebraska.

What you will be doing

  • Assist dedicated agronomist in collecting all historical and monitoring data from growers and ranchers as required by our program
  • Input and quality check all required data from growers and ranchers
  • Communicate efficiently with any team members necessary to complete data collection
  • Work closely with Grower Success Agronomists and help/assist in support processes
  • Assist with quality control of the soil sampling process, communicate with agronomists and outside sampling vendors.
  • Collaborate effectively with a cross-functional team, and leverage product and tech resources and capabilities to perform their role.
  • Lead by example and ensure we, as a support team, are aligned and providing the best support possible to our customer base and field team

What you will bring

  • A proud agriculture ambassador with a Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy or a high school diploma with experience in agriculture.
  • Strong communication, problem solving, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to quickly assess, understand and  articulate agronomic and technical information.
  • Working knowledge of agriculture systems is a major plus.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships.
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision by taking initiative to meet goals & objectives.
  • Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing business environment.
  • A passion for sustainability and conservation/regenerative practices that is infectious and drives confidence in farmers to follow your lead.
  • Comfortable using and training others to use digital tools
  • Experience working with FMIS systems, data integrators, precision management tools et. – is a plus

Why work with us?

  • We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including generous paid parental leave.
  • We encourage and support your professional development through continuous development, so that you are at the leading edge of knowledge in your field.
  • You will be building and shaping a global business from start up to scale.
  • You will be working with a globally dispersed and diverse team, with the ability to live anywhere within your geography.
Additional Information:

As a global organization we actively strive to reflect the diversity in society. We therefore encourage all qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply, and are committed to creating a work environment that fits gender equality and allows combining career progress with the needs of a family or other personal circumstances.

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Location: Cheyenne, Wyoming
Employment Type: Full-Time

Reporting to the Sales Director for North America, the Carbon Cropping Area Sales Manager role is responsible for owning retail, channel and partner relationships in a sales region to drive grower enrolment and growth of our programs in the US. This role will segment the region to identify partners and growth opportunities, manage partnerships/relationships and own delivery against sales targets. In partnership with the wider US team, the Regional Sales Manager will be a driving, ambitious force in growing our presence across the US. The ideal candidate for this role will be an energetic, commercially focused people-person who clearly possesses a natural sales ability. (Open to candidates in Colorado or Wyoming )

 

Responsibilities

Manage and execute effective sales strategies to achieve company sales targets.
Develop and manage a robust pipeline of prospective leads and opportunities.
Help identify, onboard and manage Channel Partners to create a pipeline of farmers/ranchers who are committed to sustainable agriculture practices.
Leverage agronomy resources to help solve challenges faced in-field.
Develop and execute a territory management plan focused on achieving sales objectives.
Giving sales presentations to a range of prospective clients and potential channel partners.
Visiting clients and potential clients to evaluate needs or promote products and services.
Profile

BS degree or higher in business, economics, engineering, agronomy, environmental science or related field
5-7 years of experience selling and implementing direct-to-grower facing programs and initiatives (open to profiles from agricultural inputs, agriculture technology, forestry, land conservation etc.)
Experience effectively managing sales territories in agriculture
Deep experience in broad acre crops in the US, and related ag technology/digital tools
Experienced in deploying strategies to expand a product to new crops and geographies
Sales DNA: Be the face of Agoro to the partner and customer – leverage relationship selling and data gathering to deliver a high quality customer experience
Grower-oriented mindset: be able to translate solution offerings into “the language of the retailer or grower”
Self-starter with high degree of ownership, strategic thinking and drive
Experienced in bringing commercial, pragmatic mindset to highly technical and scientific teams
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Superb interpersonal skills, including the ability to quickly build rapport with both customers and partners.


Additional Information

As a global organization we actively strive to reflect the diversity in society. We therefore encourage all qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply, and are committed to creating a work environment that fits gender equality and allows combining career progress with the needs of a family or other personal circumstances.

Apply
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Employment Type: Full-Time

Reporting to the Sales Director for North America, the Carbon Cropping Area Sales Manager role is responsible for owning retail, channel and partner relationships in a sales region to drive grower enrolment and growth of our programs in the US. This role will segment the region to identify partners and growth opportunities, manage partnerships/relationships and own delivery against sales targets. In partnership with the wider US team, the Regional Sales Manager will be a driving, ambitious force in growing our presence across the US. The ideal candidate for this role will be an energetic, commercially focused people-person who clearly possesses a natural sales ability. (Open to candidates in Oklahoma or Arkansas)

 

Responsibilities

Manage and execute effective sales strategies to achieve company sales targets.
Develop and manage a robust pipeline of prospective leads and opportunities.
Help identify, onboard and manage Channel Partners to create a pipeline of farmers/ranchers who are committed to sustainable agriculture practices.
Leverage agronomy resources to help solve challenges faced in-field.
Develop and execute a territory management plan focused on achieving sales objectives.
Giving sales presentations to a range of prospective clients and potential channel partners.
Visiting clients and potential clients to evaluate needs or promote products and services.
Profile

BS degree or higher in business, economics, engineering, agronomy, environmental science or related field
5-7 years of experience selling and implementing direct-to-grower facing programs and initiatives (open to profiles from agricultural inputs, agriculture technology, forestry, land conservation etc.)
Experience effectively managing sales territories in agriculture
Deep experience in broad acre crops in the US, and related ag technology/digital tools
Experienced in deploying strategies to expand a product to new crops and geographies
Sales DNA: Be the face of Agoro to the partner and customer – leverage relationship selling and data gathering to deliver a high quality customer experience
Grower-oriented mindset: be able to translate solution offerings into “the language of the retailer or grower”
Self-starter with high degree of ownership, strategic thinking and drive
Experienced in bringing commercial, pragmatic mindset to highly technical and scientific teams
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Superb interpersonal skills, including the ability to quickly build rapport with both customers and partners.


Additional Information

As a global organization we actively strive to reflect the diversity in society. We therefore encourage all qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply, and are committed to creating a work environment that fits gender equality and allows combining career progress with the needs of a family or other personal circumstances.

Apply
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Employment Type: Full-Time
As an Geospatial Analyst (entry/mid-level) within Agoro Carbon Alliance US, you and your team will be the lynchpin of our mission to bring about meaningful change to sustainable practices in farming around carbon sequestration. You and your team will design, implement and evolve a foundation crucial to our success over time. This foundation will include design, learning, and implementing pipelines that collect and process terabytes of remotely sensed imagery, climate data, and other spatial and non-spatial data. The data will be interpreted, analyzed, and modeled for estimating carbon emission and predicting the effect of these practices on soil health and much more in the US, Brazil and other potential global geographies. In addition, you and your team will build and improve our carbon quantification workflows to scale, grow and evolve as we grow. This is a journey of discovery; there is much to learn but together, with you in our team, we can figure it out. What will you be doing The preferred candidate will support building geodatabases and analyzing spatial and non-spatial data for land cover classification, condition assessments, screening, selection, and stratification of the lands for applications associated to soil carbon business in rangeland and row crop fields. The task may also include effectively delivering and sharing analysis results internally and externally through reports, presentations, and websites. In addition, the candidate may need to develop a data collection plan and/or travel to collect ground truthing data in the fields. Responsibilities: Gather and compile geospatial data and evaluate the quality of data for accuracy and completeness. Collect raster data, including DEM, satellite imagery, and aerial photos, and conduct necessary data pre-processing steps, such as mosaic, pan-sharpening, and geometric and radiometric corrections. Edit, process, and perform spatial data analysis on vector data layers using ArcGIS Pro and other tools. Perform land cover classification by using software eCognition, with an object-oriented approach. Build graphics modes in ArcGIS or use other tools to optimize and speed up the data processing. Perform spatial and/or geostatistical data analysis to derive information associated with soil carbon and management practices over large areas. Create maps, graphics, tables, and web-based products for sharing. Set up tools and create plans for field data collection Requirements: A bachelor’s degree in geography, soil science, rangeland ecology and management, natural resources, and environmental studies or a related field; master’s degree preferred. Strong experience in processing high-resolution, remotely sensed imagery. Minimum of 2 years of work or internship experience in remote sensing and GIS for the entry-level analyst. Minimum of 5 years of work experience in remote sensing and GIS with a graduate degree for the mid-level analyst. Excellent analytical skills to find solutions to meet business needs. Excellent collaboration, communication, and interpersonal skills. Strong intention to learn from the team. Ability to work effectively as part of a team. Proficient in using ArcGIS pro and the extensions, ArcGIS online, eCognition, and statistical software package of SAS or R. Minimum of 5 years of experience in using the software packages is required for the mid-level analyst. Preferred additional qualifications: Strong education background and work experience in digital image processing, pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence algorithms and tools. Demonstrated skills using python to script geospatial processing within the framework of the Esri product suite. Strong cartographic skills and experience in producing high-quality maps. Working knowledge with cloud computing through Google Earth Engine or Amazon Web Services. Experience building web-map applications using the ESRI ArcGIS Online suite and ESRI APIs. Why work with us? Be a key member of a fully cross-functional team, along with agronomists, engineers, product managers, and data scientists from the US and Brazil, you and your team define your own objectives, which align with your mission and the business strategy, shape your own roadmap and work to deliver value each and every step along the way. Be a key contributor to sustainable global change, reducing carbon emissions while financially supporting growers and enabling the global transformation of farming and its impact on the environment. You would be working with a globally dispersed and diverse team. We adopt a virtual-first approach, which encourages face-to-face collaboration but focuses on recruiting the best talent. Support personal development with internal knowledge sharing regarding data science/engineering, agronomy, geography, computer science, and statistics.
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Location: Washington, Oregon, Idaho
Employment Type: Full-Time
As an Agronomist (supporting Grower Success team) you will have responsibility for assisting regional teams to assess new business opportunities from assigned specialized practices (i.e., dairy, range pasture, row crop, cash crop, nitrogen management). This role reports to the Grower Success Manager. Open to candidates in Washington, Oregon, Idaho. What you will be doing Work closely with producers after they sign a contract to collect all of their documentation and successfully Onboard them as a new customer for Agoro Carbon Alliance. Collect and organize assigned producers historical data per the requirements for the program in which they enroll Communicate with internal stakeholders and producers to ensure soil sampling and baseline activities get accomplished in a timely manner. Follow up and support producers that are assigned to you throughout the life of the contract. Help regional team assess new business opportunities from each assigned practice (i.e., dairy, range pasture, row crop, cash crop, nitrogen management) Develop new farming practices roadmaps following existing methodologies Use your knowledge of carbon smart farming practices to train and support agronomy team, channel partners, crop advisors and farmers on successfully implementing new farming practices while avoiding pitfalls associated with the practice change. Liaise with the Carbon Science, Analytics Team, and Grower Success team to support local data collection. What you will bring A proud agriculture ambassador with a Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy or Agriculture related field. Advanced knowledge with a Master’s or PhD degree is certainly an advantage. CCA (Certified Crop Advisor) designation confirms your knowledge advantage. Experience in similar roles and industries including familiarity with change management and local crop production practices. A passion for sustainability and conservation/regenerative practices that is infectious and drives confidence in farmers to follow your lead. Market knowledge, with good network of growers and distributors who share your passion for continuous improvement. Experience presenting to small or large audiences in a fun and engaging way. A track record of exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills that inspires confidence and trust A mix of entrepreneurial spirit and agronomic acumen is an ideal combination You have kept up with the digital age and are proficient in MS office, especially Excel and PowerPoint. You also have created a digital presence on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Great if you have familiarity with digital farm management systems, planning and optimization tools (like like Adapt-N). Competencies An ability to wow audiences with good communication & writing skills History of building stakeholder relationships You need to have great interpersonal skills to work effectively with your team Ability to manage your own time and travel within your geography as you excel at helping farmers be successful with practice change Be able to travel internationally Why work with us? We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including generous paid parental leave. We encourage and support your professional development through continuous development, so that you are at the leading edge of knowledge in your field. You will be building and shaping a global business from start up to scale. You will be working with a globally dispersed and diverse team, with the ability to live anywhere within your geography.

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Brazil Positions

Location: São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
About Agoro Carbon Alliance

We at Agoro Carbon are part of a global network, collaborating to solve some of the world’s key challenges – climate change, resource scarcity and food insecurity. We are reducing agriculture’s global greenhouse gas emissions to improve the world we live in!

The Agoro Carbon Alliance is creating a new solution to our planet’s carbon challenge that’s grounded in the soil. Agoro Carbon addresses a key global problem, the impact of agriculture’s global greenhouse gas emissions on our climate and the implementation of sustainable carbon capturing potential at farm while providing a new income stream to farmers worldwide. Our passion lies in developing a global carbon alliance built around a portfolio of carbon smart farming practices that help farmers reduce their environmental footprint. As one of the early movers in this market, we are using our knowledge on carbon practices, our global presence, our digital and data capabilities and our strong relationships with the food value chain to pioneer an industry shaping business.

Responsibilities:

  • Leading and growing a carbon business in Brazil, from proof-of-concept to scale-up
  • Innovating, testing and validating farmer value propositions with a substantial carbon improvement potential and sound business and commercial model for farmers, Agoro, and potentially other partners (e.g. Yara)
  • Drive the commercial implementation and develop go-to-market model that will enable scale-up
  • Set priorities, targets, and manage resources in line with the business value drivers and steer the business to positive  growth
  • Structure, develop, and lead a cross-functional team with capabilities in commercial and agronomy

Profile

  • Experienced entrepreneur / business or start-up manager with passion for sustainable business innovation in food and agriculture
  • Experience in building and scaling new businesses in a  dynamic environment, operating locally in an international context, from proof-of-concept to scale-up
  • Experience in the carbon market
  • Ability to think strategically in a changing environment with many uncertainties
  • Strong people leadership, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills. Ability to excite, to motivate, and to build a high-performing team. Strong ability to succeed through others
  • Fluency in English and Portuguese
Perfil:
  • Graduação em Engenharia, Agronomia ou áreas correlatas;
  • Experiência de 3 a 5 anos na área de vendas e implementação de programas / iniciativas voltadas para o produtor;
  • Conhecimento em zootecnia, manejo de pastagem ou solo;
  • Experiência na gestão de territórios em agricultura;
  • Rede de relacionamentos na indústria de fazendas e pastagens será considerado um diferencial (atendimento na região de Mato Grosso);
  • Perfil mão na massa, pensamento estratégico;
  • Conhecimento intermediário do idioma Inglês (haverá interação com times globais).
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Location: Remote
Employment Type: Full-Time
The Senior Accountant is a vital part of the global Agoro Carbon Alliance Finance and Management Reporting team. The team’s goal is to provide dedicated financial support for the Agoro Carbon Alliance unit and its subsidiaries. The remote position is an integral part of the day-to-day finance operations of Agoro as an independent business, as well as acting as an interface between the Agoro business and Yara’s BU finance team utilizing detailed knowledge of Yara’s current back-office functions and processes. Part of this role will be contributing to establish Agoro’s global Finance function in Brazil from partly being dependent on existing Yara solutions to a stand-alone function rigged to take on this exciting journey. Success for this role will be measured in how the Agoro entities are served with finance function tasks, in particular cash operations, intermediate accounting, tax, reporting, and compliance with local, legal, and requirements. The position will report to the Controller and work closely with the Group Financial Analyst, Controller and CFO. The workload for this global role is expected to increase in direct correlation with the ramp-up growth for Brazil expected within 3-12 months. However, as a global role, this position will also be supporting crucial business operations for the US, allocating time accordingly based on business needs. What you will do – Interact regularly with BDO Brazil regarding the day-to-day management of outsourcing functions, month-end close functions, and the financials for Agoro Brazil – Support Procure-to-pay and Order-to-cash processes – Function as the interface liaison between Agoro and finance functions for Brazil as accounting, tax, credit management, cash operations, credit management – Identify and implement new financial processes and controls for Brazil where needed – Assist to proactively solve business, accounting, and finance-related challenges the Brazil unit may face as it looks to evolve and grow – Contributing role to tax support and in understanding potential future tax implications for the Brazil market – Ensure open communication between the Agoro finance team and Yara group accounting for Brazil, with responsibility for timely and accurate account consolidation within Agoro and consolidation with Yara for Brazil – Help support grower payment reconciling, recording, and processing for both the US and Brazil – Ensure compliance with legal, financial reporting, tax and statutory requirements – Be prepared to serve as a sparring partner/co-pilot for the country management of Brazil – Develop and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls – Administer Corporate Card program – requesting cards for new employees, cancelling them when employees are no longer with the company, and accordingly updating the credit limits as needed – Assume other financial, audit, or budget tasks as assigned and dictated by future growth and/or business needs What you will bring – Bachelor’s degree or higher in Accounting or Finance related areas – An accounting qualification (CRC/CPA or global equivalent desirable) with 5-7+ years of relevant or post qualification experience in similar positions – Solid level of understanding of accounting principles and familiarity with IFRS – Brazil specific tax knowledge – INSS, IR, PIS, COFINS, ISS – Experience with SAP, PeopleSoft, HFM, HANA or other ERP. Experience with (XLedger a plus but not required) – Fully proficient in Excel (specifically VLOOKUP’s and Pivot tables) and MS Office – Excellent communication skills, self-motivated and proactive team player – Strong analytical skills, attention to detail, and keen interest in the business – Ability to work without constant supervision – You would like to work in a fast-paced, growing start-up with a truly international culture. – You preferably have a background in a Technology or a similar industry in a high growth and multi-territory environment. – You are a fast learner and with the ability to manage multiple ongoing tasks in a fast- paced environment, keeping to tight month/year-end deadlines. – You have a willingness to take on new and varied challenges (“Can do” attitude and “hands-on” approach) – You have a flexible mindset, taking pride in problem-solving -balancing analytical tasks and transactional accounting – Fluent in both English and Portuguese, written and oral – Brazilian Citizenship or legal Brazil Work Permit/Visa Why Work With Us We offer the opportunity to drive change by globally reducing carbon emissions while financially supporting growers. You would be working with a globally dispersed and diverse team. We adopt a virtual-first approach, where we encourage face-to-face collaboration, but are focused on recruiting the best talent. Support for personal development, learning and continuous learning is a priority. Additional Information As a global organization we actively strive to reflect the diversity in society. We therefore encourage qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to creating a work environment that fits gender equality and allows combining career progress with the needs of a family or other personal circumstances. Apply