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We’re hiring an Environmental Manager

The Trust Lands Administration is hiring an Environmental Manager.

The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (“Trust Lands Administration”) seeks a qualified professional to serve as its Environmental Manager. The Environmental Manager serves a critical role in protecting and enhancing the value of Utah’s trust lands for current and future generations.


  • Assist the agency with the development of environmental policies and best management practices.
  • Develop and implement training and educational tools to support the agency’s business groups with environmental risk management.
  • Act as a subject matter expert on environmental issues for the agency.
  • Work closely with agency land managers to interpret and communicate environmental compliance requirements and assist as needed with the resolution of compliance issues.
  • Assist agency land managers as needed to coordinate responses to environmental incidents with regulatory entities, third-party contractors, law enforcement, and other entities.
  • Ensure that the Trust’s interests are represented and its assets protected during incident investigations.
  • Review technical reports, coordinate and interpret sampling protocols, and effectively communicate with land managers and other necessary parties.
  • Generate necessary reports, ensure that all relevant documents are organized and properly filed, and make notations to agency records.
  • Provide technical assistance to agency land managers for the acquisition and oversight of third-party environmental services such as environmental site assessments, site characterization studies, site remediation, or similar services.
  • Monitor and review project and policy proposals, including federal NEPA documents, that may affect the administration.
  • In coordination with the agency’s business groups, prepare and submit written comments on project and policy proposals to federal, state, and local government agencies.
  • Represent the agency’s interests on various committees, interagency work groups, and task forces involving environmental issues, including threatened and endangered species.


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