Location Vancouver
Job-type Permanent
Salary $Competitive
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Join The Mission to Capture Carbon and Secure a Sustainable Future

Acre is supporting a leading frontrunner in carbon capture, based in Vancouver. In a world grappling with climate change, they're at the forefront of a groundbreaking solution: capturing carbon dioxide from the air and storing it permanently as rock. With this innovative technology, they are partnering with the minerals industry to transform mines into carbon capture hubs, harnessing the same resources essential for a clean energy future.

The founders, renowned experts in carbon capture in mine tailings, bring over 20 years of experience and a deep commitment to environmental stewardship. They are driven by the belief that by working with nature, not against it, we can achieve carbon dioxide removal on a scale that will safeguard a thriving and abundant Earth for generations to come.

As Director of Project Deployments, you'll play a pivotal role in executing technology deployment agreements with some of the world's largest mining companies. Your leadership, problem-solving, and communication skills will be instrumental in ensuring the success of each project, shaping the future of carbon removal and contributing to a sustainable planet.

This role is primarily based in Vancouver; however, it's essential to note that it requires extensive travel to Australia, where you'll be working for extended periods of time.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Assume full ownership of technology deployment projects, overseeing every aspect from planning to execution.

  • Develop and execute meticulous project plans, ensuring alignment with contractual agreements and adherence to timelines and budgets.

  • Form and lead high-performing project teams, fostering a collaborative and productive environment that delivers exceptional results.

  • Establish and maintain a strong presence at project locations, ensuring smooth integration into the mining operations.

  • Cultivate positive relationships with diverse stakeholders, understanding their expectations and interests, and ensuring their satisfaction.

  • Monitor project progress, identify and resolve issues, and implement continuous improvement measures to optimize the deployment process.

What You Bring:

  • A proven track record of 5-10 years in project management, demonstrated by a successful history of planning, executing, and delivering complex projects.

  • A Bachelor's degree in Geology, Mining, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, or a related field.

  • In-depth knowledge of the mining industry and its operations.

  • Exceptional problem-solving skills, enabling you to develop custom solutions for unique challenges.

  • Empathy and effective communication skills to build rapport and work harmoniously with a diverse range of stakeholders.

  • Strong leadership and team management skills, empowering you to motivate and inspire project teams to achieve excellence.

  • A 'yes-first' mindset, embracing challenges and seeing opportunities in situations that push boundaries.


  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

  • Experience with project management software such as MS Project, Monday, or similar tools.

Why Join:

  • Be part of a passionate and mission-driven team at the forefront of carbon removal.

  • Contribute directly to a groundbreaking solution that will shape the future of our planet.

  • Enjoy a dynamic and fast-paced working environment that fosters innovation and growth.

  • Receive a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

If you're a passionate, results-oriented individual with a deep commitment to sustainability, we encourage you to apply. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the world, one carbon removal project at a time.

We believe that our commitment to diversity and inclusion is not only the right thing to do but also essential for our success as a company. We welcome and encourage all qualified candidates to apply for our open positions, regardless of their background, race, color, age, national origin, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability.