Director, Brazil-U.S. Business Council, Americas

Headquarters, 1615 H Street, NW, Washington, District Of Columbia, United States of America Req #516
Friday, April 19, 2024

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Position Summary:

Serve as Director to the Brazil-U.S. Business Council within the Americas Department in all aspects regarding policy advocacy and programs to promote and expand the U.S.-Brazil trade and investment relationship. Manage the Council’s advocacy efforts through policy dialogues, regulatory submissions, member engagement, program execution, and strategic communications. Liaise with internal and external stakeholders and a wide range of companies, business associations, and government agencies in the U.S. and Brazil.



  • Manage policy program and development and implementation to advance U.S.-Brazil economic ties.
  • Develop and execute policy advocacy, initiatives, and programs for the Brazil-U.S. Business Council through policy dialogues, Council working groups, public consultations, and other activities.
  • Provide intelligence updates on political and economic developments and track relevant legislation and regulations.
  • Prepare written communications, including press releases, blog posts, memos, policy documents, and reports for member distribution.
  • Prepare executive correspondence and briefing materials.
  • Manage the recruitment of new members, cultivate relationships with existing members, and respond to member inquiries.
  • Plan and carry out business delegations to Brazil and other policy-related events.
  • Support various Americas Department activities when necessary. 



  • Law degree or master’s degree in business administration, public policy, or international relations.
  • 7-10 years of experience in international trade and investment.
  • Familiarity with the U.S. business community operating in the Brazilian marketplace.
  • Ability to interact with internal and external senior-level executives and government officials.
  • A demonstrated understanding of Brazilian culture and political processes.
  • Outstanding written, verbal, and presentation skills in English and Portuguese.
  • Fluency in Portuguese and cultural competency working with Brazilian stakeholders.
  • Willingness to travel to Brazil.
  • Excellent public relations and interpersonal skills.
  • Fundraising or business development experience a plus.


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Other details

  • Job Family Advocacy - International
  • Job Function Director
  • Pay Type Salary
  • Employment Indicator Exempt Professional
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  • Headquarters, 1615 H Street, NW, Washington, District Of Columbia, United States of America