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Global Collections and Workout Officer

at Root Capital in Cambridge, MA

About the Job

The Global Collections and Workout Officer will oversee all collections and workout activity related to impaired and written off loans across a portfolio of small and medium-sized credits to agricultural businesses located in Latin America, Africa, and Southeast Asia. S/he will develop and supervise the action plans for collections and workout cases handled by Loan Officers and other Risk Management staff and will directly manage certain complex cases. The Global Collections & Workout Officer will have approval authority at the global level and will approve loan modifications related to collections and workout activity, as well as approve credits in the portfolio generally. The Global Collections & Workout Officer will develop lessons learned analysis to support underwriting guidelines and related policy and procedure development. Prior credit experience and Spanish / English fluency are required.

For more information and to apply, visit our website: https://rootcapital.org/careers/global-collections-and-workout-officer/

Qualifications

Prior credit experience and Spanish / English fluency are required.

Root Capital

Root Capital invests in the growth of agricultural enterprises so they can transform rural communities. These businesses purchase crops such as coffee, cocoa, or grains from smallholder farmers. With growth, they become engines of impact that can raise incomes, create jobs, empower women and young people, sustain peace and preserve vulnerable ecosystems.

Root Capital supplies these businesses with vital resources: access to capital, trade and technical partners, financial training and conservation practices. We work in hard-to-serve geographies where others don’t. To date, we’ve distributed $1.2 billion to improve the lives of six million people in farming communities.