appcfg.py: command not found

I am trying to to deploy my project using Bamboo. I can do the deployment manually from running deploy script on the bamboo agent. But when creating a deploy plan and running it I get the error that 

appcfg.py: command not found

appcfg.py is Google App Engine script. App Engine is installed on the Bamboo agent as I can deploy it running from agent myself. The bamboo-agent is running under ubuntu user name (same user that I deployed manually from bamboo agent)

When running which appcfg.py I get the location:
/usr/lib/google_appengine/appcfg.py

/usr/lib/google_appengine is added to PATH in:
/etc/bash.bashrc

Where is the catch?

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Have you tried running 'ps -p $$' from a build task to confirm it's actually running within a bash shell and not the default /bin/sh shell?

Thanks Luke, it seems indeed that the Bamboo is running from sh shell...

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