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County Planner - Lincoln County, WY


Lincoln County, Wyoming has an immediate opening for a full-time planner in the Office of Planning and Engineering to advise the county planning and zoning commission and the county commissioners on matters related to development. The salary range for this position is $55k to $65k DOE. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lincoln County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. This position performs responsible office and field work involving planning, zoning, Code Enforcement and land use; supervises and assigns the work of planning and Code Enforcement staff; provides staff support to Planning & Zoning Committees, the Planning & Zoning Commission, Board of County Commissioners and other boards, commissions, and committees; interprets Department plans, codes; reviews, assesses, and prepares reports for current application proposals and recommends necessary modification for compliance; performs complex planning and project management for the County. For the entire job description and to apply, please view the document here.




Operator II/Driver - Tooele County


Tooele County is seeking a Operator II/Driver to join our team. The Operator II/Driver will perform skilled journeyman level equipment operation to construct, maintain, and repair and help with the day to day functions of the Solid Waste Facility within Tooele County. Must provide a copy of a current driving record and a copy of your CDL license. Example of Duties: • Daily transfer of waste hauling, municipal waste hauling
• Maintenance and daily inspection of loaders, dozers, roll offs, excavators, forklift and skid-steer
• Sort, push, bury, compact Municipal Solid Waste
• Assist in delivery and maintenance of residential garbage cans and compact sales
• Works on tipping floor and other areas with garbage, sorting, manually handling etc.
• See full job description for other duties Must have the ability to operate a loader, dozer, grinder, excavator, forklift and skid steer. Must have and maintain a minimum certification of 2 pieces of heavy equipment from the following list: dozer, wheel loader, tub grinder, excavator, and roll off truck. Knowledge of mechanics; knowledge of landfill operation and requirements; knowledge of safety practices, working knowledge of fire hazards; and the ability to assist in repairs. Ability to perform mechanical and operational maintenance adjustments to equipment. For more information or to apply, visit https://tooelecounty.applicantpro.com/jobs/ Open until filled.




Environmental Health Scientist - Summit County


Summit County, located in Utah, is seeking an Environmental Health Scientist who wants to make a difference in a region that takes pride in our Public Health programs. Responsibilities include a variety of technical duties related to the monitoring, inspecting, and regulating of county-wide environmental conditions and influences to assure compliance with state, federal, and local environmental quality laws, regulations, and guidelines. Some knowledge required of regulations governing food quality and safety, air quality, water quality, radiation monitoring, waste water, and hazardous waste, general and standard laboratory procedures, instruments, measurements, and terminology, hazards associated with various chemicals, equipment, organic and inorganic substances, the nature and causes of various communicable diseases and other diseases linked to environmental conditions. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, make basic decisions where established procedures do not always apply, perform complex mathematical computations, operate personal computer and apply various program applications such as WORD and EXCEL, develop effective working relationships with professional health care personnel, elected officials, administrators, and the public. Works under the general supervision of the Environmental Health (EH) Director or EH Scientist III. May hire an EH I, II, or III depending on submitted qualifications and experience. Environmental Health Scientist I
Salary Range: $23.66 - $33.13/hour
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited College or University with bachelors degree in Environmental Health, Public
  • Health, Health Physics, Biological Science, or other related fields
  • No experience necessary
  • Must become registered Environmental Health Scientist within 18 months from date of hire
  • Must become certified as an inspector in various aspects of environmental health management through established professional organizations, state and federal, including air quality (opacity), asbestos, radon gas, water quality sampling and testing, hazardous waste
  • Must complete and maintain EPA hazardous waste training (40 hr. course)
Environmental Health Scientist II
Salary Range: $26.58 - $37.23/hour
Minimum Qualifications: To view please follow the link below
Environmental Health Scientist III
Salary Range: $29.87 - $41.83/hour
Minimum Qualifications: To view please follow the link below
We offer a generous benefit package with options for a premium free health plan, dental plan, and life insurance. We also provide State of Utah retirement, sick leave, parental leave, 401K match, and vacation pay.
We are a drug free workplace conducting pre-employment drug testing. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage women, minorities, and the disabled to apply. To view the full job description(s) and to fill out our application, please go to
https://www.summitcounty.org/246/Human-Resources >click on ‘Career Center’ Job closes 12-23-2021




Appraiser - Summit County


Summit County, located in Utah, is recruiting an Appraiser to be actively engaged with our community by providing professional appraisals on land, residential and commercial property. This position requires all levels of data collection, entry and most importantly analysis. Experience in sales collection, verification and ratio study weighted. Experience with land segregations and land guidelines given preference. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written are imperative. Experience in the Board of Equalization process both at the county and state levels weighted. Able to read building plans and draw in APEX preferred. May hire from one of the following levels depending on submitted qualifications and experience. Appraiser I
Salary Range: $22.32 - $31.27/hr.

  • Must be a Licensed Appraiser with the Utah Division of Real Estate at time of hire.
  • Two (2) years of progressively responsible experience performing the above or related duties.
  • Must become a Designated Ad Valorem Residential Property Appraiser within 18 months from date of hire.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by your state of residence.

Appraiser II
Salary Range: $23.66 - $33.13/hr.
  • Must be a Certified Residential Appraiser with the Utah Division of Real Estate at time of hire.
  • Four (4) years of progressively responsible experience performing the above or related duties.
  • Must become a Designated Ad Valorem Residential Property Appraiser within 18 months from date of hire.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by your state of residence.

Appraiser III
Salary Range: $26.58 - $37.23/hr.
  • Graduation from college with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Must be a Certified General Appraiser with the Utah Division of Real Estate at time of hire OR
  • Four (4) years of progressively responsible experience performing the above or related duties.
  • Must become a Designated Ad Valorem Commercial Property Appraiser within 18 months from date of hire.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by your state of residence.
We offer a generous benefit package with options for a premium free health plan, dental plan, and life insurance. We also provide State of Utah retirement, sick leave, parental leave, 401K Match, and vacation pay.
We are a drug free workplace conducting pre-employment drug testing. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage women, minorities, and the disabled to apply. To view the full job description(s) and to fill out our application, please go to https://www.summitcounty.org/246/Human-Resources >click on ‘Career Center’ OPEN UNTIL FILLED




Economic Development Specialist - Davis County


Job Summary: Under the direction and supervision of the Economic Development Deputy Director and/or the CED Director, pe rforms professional and technical work in economic development, tourism, community development programs, Davis County Council of Governments, and the Davis Fund for Economic Developmen t. Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in business management, marketing, communications, economics or a closely related field, plus at least two (2) years of dire ctly related full-time work experience in economic or community development, business development, marketing, state or local government, non-profit organizations, or a closely related field. An acceptab le combination of education and related experience may be considered. Preference may be given for related work experience in the following areas: analyzing financial statements, developing marketing materials, loan processing, real estate development, research and data repo rting, business development, or a closely related field. Special Qualifications: Furnish pers onal transportation for on-the-job travel. Employees driving a personal or a County vehicle for job related travel must possess a valid driver license, must maintain the minimum vehicle liability insu rance as specified in the Utah Code, and must operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner. New employees with an out-of-state license must obtain a valid Utah Driver License within sixty (60) days of hire date (exceptions for military personnel and their dependents). Necessar y Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: the principles and practices of economic development; business finance; marketing concepts and methods; County or local government operations; loan underwriting and processing, research me thodology and statistics, accounts payable and receivable, business finance, tourism, community event management, real estate development and land use; County and department policies and procedures; related computer operations. Skill in: usin g all applicable computer hardware and software programs/applications, including Microsoft Suite; web-based applications and Gmail; using common office equipment. Preference for skills in Qu ickBooks and or client management software. HOW TO APPLY: www.daviscountyutah.gov/human-resources/careers




Elections Clerk - Summit County


Summit County, located in Utah, is seeking a full-time Elections Clerk to join the Clerk’s Office. Performs a variety of entry level, clerical duties related to election administration. May also perform a variety of entry level, clerical duties as needed to expedite daily processes, operations, and services of the department of county clerk. Works under the general supervision of the County Clerk or Chief Deputy Clerk. May hire an Elections Clerk I, II, or III depending on submitted qualifications and experience, please see Elections Clerk II, and III functions and qualifications attached.

Elections Clerk I:

Salary Range: $17.35 - $23.98/hr.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation from high school; with some course work emphasis in computer and office skills and procedures.
  • Must have a valid Utah driver’s license.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years of age or older, and eligible to register to vote.
  • Must pass a criminal background check and be insurable.

Elections Clerk II

Salary Range: $18.40 - $25.76/hr.

Minimum Qualifications: Please follow the link below to view.

Elections Clerk III

Salary Range: $19.49 - $27.31/hr.

Minimum Qualifications: Please follow the link below to view.

We are a drug free workplace conducting pre-employment drug testing. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage women, minorities, and people with disabilities to apply.

To view the full job description and to fill out our application, please go to

https://www.summitcounty.org/246/Human-Resources > click on ‘Career Center.’

(best to use Google Chrome)

Job Closes 1/3/2022




Deputy Recorder - Summit County


Summit County, located in Utah, is recruiting a Recorder to help assist the public by expediting the processing, recording, abstracting, and archiving of legal documents filed with the County. This position requires knowledge of the laws, regulations, and terminology related to these responsibilities. Strong communication skills and knowledge of computers, various program applications, and typical office machinery is necessary. Works under the general supervision of the County Recorder, Chief Deputy Recorder, or Deputy Recorder III.

Salary Range: $17.35 - $23.98/hourly

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation from high school with course work in general office practices and procedures; AND
  • One (1) year of progressively responsible experience performing general clerical duties; OR
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Must be able to type accurately.

We offer a generous benefit package with options for a premium free health plan, dental plan, and life insurance. We also provide State of Utah retirement, sick leave, parental leave, 401K Match, and vacation pay.

We are a drug free workplace conducting pre-employment drug testing. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage women, minorities, and the people with disabilities to apply.

To view the full job description and to fill out our application, please go to

https://summitcounty.org/246/Human-Resources > click on ‘Career Center’

Open until filled. First review 1/3/2022




Jail Health Services Administrator - Davis County


Job Summary:

Under general supervision of the Sheriff or a Chief Deputy, directs the planning, organizing, and controlling of all internal operations of the medical, dental, and mental health areas of the Davis County Jail. Ensures quality and accessibility of health and mental health services to inmates, and ensures training and effective supervision of health services employees.

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN),
plus five (5) years of health care or health services experience which may include a combination
of nursing, paramedic, health administration, public health or health care case
management; required experience includes at least two (2) years of nursing (RN) experience.
Also requires at least two (2) years of supervisory experience. Experience must include working
with patients with a wide range of medical needs. An equivalent combination of related
education and experience will also be considered.

Preference for one or more of the following

• Related experience in a correctional environment.
• Master’s degree in Nursing, Health Care Administration, or a related field.
• Mental health experience (caseworker, case manager, social worker or a related position).

Special Qualifications:

Must possess and maintain a current and valid Registered Nurse License issued by the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing. Must possess and maintain valid BLS (Basic Life Support) and ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) certifications.

Must pass the Davis County Sheriff’s Office background investigation which includes a criminal history background investigation.

Furnish personal transportation for on-the-job travel; employees driving a personal or a County vehicle for job related travel must possess a valid driver license and must operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner; new employees with an out-of-state license must obtain a valid Utah Driver License within sixty (60) days of hire date (exceptions for military personnel and their dependents). Employees driving a personal vehicle while on county business must maintain the minimum vehicle liability insurance as specified in the Utah Code.

Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Working knowledge of: Varied medical disciplines including: effects of drug and alcohol abuse and symptoms of withdrawal, nutrition, psychiatric theory and practice, epidemiology and communicable disease control, OB/GYN, oncology, geriatrics, orthopedics, medical and surgical nursing, neurology, dermatology, pharmacology, infestations, sexually transmitted diseases, nursing law-confidentiality, release of information, charting, retention of records, medical service providers, security, and record formats; Sheriff’s Office and Corrections policies and procedures; National Commission on Correctional Health Care standards; jail security protocols; effective supervisory principles and practices.

APPLY HERE: www.daviscountyutah.gov/human-resources/careers




Deputy Sheriff - Davis County


Assists in training new personnel; acts as a team leader as required.
Controls and directs vehicle traffic and issues citations for vehicle code violations.
Conducts routine street patrol to determine the presence of actual or potential crime situations.
Initiates inquiries concerning possible law violations; obtains, preserves, verifies, and analyzes factual information and other evidence.

Makes arrests by determining if there is probable cause, identifies the suspect, takes suspect into custody and informs suspect of his civil rights.

Responds to requests from citizens for information and assistance; resolves disputes; refers individuals to the proper agencies; provides other types of guidance, etc.
Prepares reports; issues memos and writes correspondence which are both intra- and interdepartmental in nature. Appears in court and before other legal and quasi legal bodies and gives oral testimony regarding investigations, arrests and other information of which he/she has knowledge.

Conducts searches; examines individuals, vehicles and buildings to locate persons and property or to detect illegal activity; performs necessary crime scene investigation. Responds to medical emergencies and provides immediate basic and/or advanced life support.
Transports people, prisoners, or materials as needed.

Opens and closes sessions of court, as directed by the judge. Maintains order and courtroom decorum, as directed; maintains court security; conducts physical searches, when required; oversees security of the jury room when jury is sequestered; provides necessary materials to jury; relays messages between jury and the court. Notifies selected citizens of upcoming jury duty; serves civil process and warrants.

Safely and effectively operates an emergency vehicle according to departmental and EVO policy. Effectively utilize lethal and non-lethal weapons in compliance with Davis County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) policies and procedures.

Operates a motor vehicle in a safe manner and in compliance with all Utah laws and regulations.
Performs related duties as assigned.

APPLY HERE: www.daviscountyutah.gov/human-resources/careers




Assessor Data Manager - Davis County


Job Summary:

Under general supervision of the Assessor, develops, tests and calibrates statistical models to estimate the market value of properties in Davis County and applies developed market values to all applicable properties.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in statistics, math, or closely related field, plus six (6) years of full-time experience in statistics, math, real property appraisal or a closely related field. An acceptable combination of related education and experience may be considered.

Special Qualifications:

Must be licensed as a Certified Residential or Certified General appraiser with the Utah State Department of Commerce.

Complete all required courses for an Ad Valorum Real Property Appraiser by the Utah State Tax Commission within eighteen (18) months of hire date.

Must possess a valid Utah Driver License. New employees with an out-of-state license must obtain a valid Utah Driver License within sixty (60) days of hire date (exceptions for military personnel and their dependents). Employees driving a personal vehicle while on county business must maintain the minimum vehicle liability insurance as specified in the Utah Code.

Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of: regression and statistical modeling techniques; mathematical, financial and statistical calculations; advanced quantitative statistics and regression theory, assessment practices; appraisal processes and appraisal techniques; filing systems of the County Assessor, County Recorder and County Treasurer; computer use of filing, sorting and data configuration; Standards of Appraisal Practice; the Code of Ethics; appraisal terminology, methods, mathematical formulas; building trades and construction terminology; various appraisal approaches to value for all types of real property; current regulations and property tax codes; research methods including data compilation, analysis, documentation and reporting of results; applicable computer software including spreadsheets, word processing, GIS and analytical software; basic accounting.

Skill in: driving of a motor vehicle; operating a motor vehicle in a safe manner; insuring motor vehicle is operating in a safe manner; knowledge of Utah motor vehicle rules and regulations.

APPLY HERE: www.daviscountyutah.gov/human-resources/careers




Chief Deputy County Executive - Cache County


Cache County is accepting applications for a Chief Deputy County Executive to assist in planning, organizing, directing, and managing the administrative functions and activities of County operations and be responsible for delegated areas of County functions. The Chief Deputy County Executive will receive minimal supervision from the County Executive and supervise various non-elected Department Heads and Supervisors as assigned by the County Executive. The Chief Deputy County Executive will provide policy oversight for specified county departments and implement approved plans for current and future County needs. The Chief Deputy County Executive will also assist in the development, administration, and monitoring of the County Budget and the development and implementation of programs to achieve county priorities, solve community programs and prepare analyses and recommendations on policy issues and long-range plans for the County. The Chief Deputy County Executive will represent the County to the public, community organizations, and other government agencies and establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, department heads, employees, and the public. The successful candidate will have a Master's degree in Public Administration Policy, Business Administration, Public Finance, or a similar field and eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in government or business administration. Experience working with, for, or as an elected official is a plus. The Chief Deputy County Executive should know modern principles and practices of public administration and local government structure and functional organization. Effective communication skills, including tact and diplomacy, are essential when dealing with sensitive political, public policy, community, and employee circumstances. The ability to understand, interpret, explain and implement county, state, and federal laws and regulations affecting the work of County government; and evaluate, develop, and implement approved management systems, policies, and procedures. Familiarity with Governmental Accounting Standards is preferred, and skills in word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint, data processing, and basic computer proficiency are required. The Chief Deputy County Executive is a full-time appointed exempt position. Benefits are also available. Salary Range: $96,500 to $109,900 DOE To view the full job description and to apply, please go to https://cachecounty.applicantpro.com/jobs/2139180.html




Deputy County Attorney - Grand County


About the Position:

The Grand County Attorney's Office is hiring for a Deputy County Attorney. The Deputy County Attorney is required to perform a variety of legal duties to expedite the efficient and effective prosecution of criminal cases and the effective review of civil matters.

This position will handle the complete caseload for Justice, Drug and Juvenile Courts. The Deputy Attorney will also provide higher level support to the criminal justice team working on District Court cases as time allows.

The Ideal Candidate:

Candidates for this position are required to have a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in the State of Utah. The ideal candidate would have prior relevant experience.

This is face-paced dynamic office, the ideal candidate would be highly organized and enjoy the challenging and technical nature of the work.

Pay and Benefits:

Pay Range: $75,831.19-$114,701.48 (Dependent on qualifications and experience.

Grand County offers a comprehensive Benefits package including health, dental, vision, life AD&D, accident/ critical illness/ hospital insurance and Utah Retirement Systems.

This position is classified as exempt, full time, 40/ hours per week.

How to apply:

To view the full job description and apply online please visit: https://grandcountyutah.net/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=97&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=DEPUTY-COUNTY-ATTORNEY-145

Or send your resume directly to gchr@grandcountyutah.net




Commission Administrator Office Manager - Grand County


About the Position:

This position is responsible for providing a strong level of administrative support and duties to expedite the day to day operations of the Grand County Commission Administrator's Office. . This position provides a wide range of complex administrative duties to expedite the day to day functions of the County's chief executive office.

The Ideal Candidate:

Candidates for this position should enjoy working in a face-paced environment where they are ready to hop in to a different project each day! The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of advanced office practices and local government practices.

Graduation from high school (or equivalent) and three years of experience directly related experience.

Pay and Benefits:

Pay Range: $28.57-$43.21/hour (Dependent on qualifications and experience)

Grand County offers a comprehensive Benefits package including health, dental, vision, life AD&D, accident/ critical illness/ hospital insurance and Utah Retirement Systems.

This position is full time, 40 hours per week. The Commission Administrators is open Monday - Friday 8-5. There will be a need for occasional travel and night / weekend hours due to meetings and events.

How to apply:

To view the full job description and apply online please visit: https://grandcountyutah.net/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=97&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=COMMISSION-ADMIN-OFFICE-MANAGER-151

Or send your resume directly to gchr@grandcountyutah.net




Associate Commission Administrator - Grand County


About the Position:

The Grand County Associate Commission Administrator would serve as the chief support staff person to the Commission Administrator assistant to expedite the day- to day functions of the chief administrative office of Grand County. The Associate Commission Administrator also provides supervision to Department Heads and the Office Manager.

This position performs complex administrative support duties in the County Commission Office, including planning, coordinating and researching.

The Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate for this position would have a Master's degree in public or business administration or a closely related field and would have prior relevant experience.

This is face-paced dynamic office, the ideal candidate would be highly organized and enjoy the challenging and technical nature of the work.

Pay and Benefits:

Pay Range: $101,621.10-$153,710.96 (Dependent on qualifications and experience.

Grand County offers a comprehensive Benefits package including health, dental, vision, life AD&D, accident/ critical illness/ hospital insurance and Utah Retirement Systems.

This position is classified as exempt, full time, 40/ hours per week.

How to apply:

To view the full job description and apply online please visit: https://grandcountyutah.net/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=97&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=ASSOCIATE-COMMISSION-ADMINISTRATOR-150

Or send your resume directly to gchr@grandcountyutah.net




NEW! SITLA Executive Director


STATE OF UTAH invites applications for the position of: Executive Director, Trust Lands Administration SALARY: $86.54 - $110.36 Hourly OPENING DATE: 01/14/22 CLOSING DATE: 02/18/22 11:59 PM # OF OPENINGS: 1 BENEFITS: This position is eligible for a full benefits package. See benefits tab below for details. BACKGROUND CHECK: You must successfully pass a criminal history check. LOCATION: 675 East 500 South Suite 500 Salt Lake City, UT 84102 RECRUITER: Melanie Butters; mbutters@utah.gov SCHEDULE CODE: AS SITLA - Employees whose appointment is required by law to be exempt. Employees in this position may be terminated for cause. At-Will: Employees in this position serve at the pleasure of the appointing officer in an at-will status and may be terminated at any time for any lawful reason or for no reason. This is a career service exempt position. Utah State Code 53C-1-301 EEO STATEMENT: The State of Utah is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. For accommodations, dial 711 or TTY: 800-346-4128. JOB DESCRIPTION: The State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) is seeking an Executive Director to oversee the management and administration of approximately 3.4 million acres of surface and mineral estate (and an additional 1 million acres of mineral-only estate) scattered throughout the State of Utah. Most of the remaining land base is outside of the Wasatch Front. The land was granted to Utah to be managed as a trust for various beneficiaries (primarily public education), and this trust mandate imposes strict fiduciary duties. Unlike traditional state government positions, the Executive Director is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of a seven-member Board of Trustees. Concurrence from the Governor is required at the time of appointment. Thereafter, the position is independent of the Executive Branch. The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration. The role of the Executive Director is to establish the vision of the organization and design, develop and implement strategic and business plans in collaboration with the Board of Trustees and staff. The Executive Director is accountable to the Board of Trustees and reports to the board on a regular basis. AGENCY STRUCTURE The Executive Director manages the Assistant Directors and supervises the activities of 75 employees, all of whom are at will, and is expected to have some knowledge and experience in all functions of the agency, including land management issues and laws. The Executive Director will need to be experienced and skilled in identifying new business opportunities or revenue sources. Personnel are divided into two broad categories: business groups and technical/support staff. There are five business groups - each supervised by an Assistant Director: Oil and Gas - responsible for the leasing and management of lands for the production of oil, gas and a number of other mineral products (geothermal, oil sands, etc.). Coal and Other Minerals - responsible for the leasing and management of lands for the production of coal, precious and base metals, sand and gravel, and industrial minerals such as potash, phosphate, etc. Surface - responsible for the leasing and sale of land for grazing, farming, industrial and commercial uses, telecommunications sites, easements, land sales and exchanges. Renewable Energy - responsible for leasing, sale, and management of lands to produce renewable energy using solar, wind, gases, geothermal, hydroelectric or other sources. Planning and Development - responsible for land planning to elevate lands up the value curve, joint ventures with real-estate development entities to develop and market residential, commercial and industrial properties in select markets, and improving the land base by making prudent capital investments. Technical staff - provides budget and accounting functions, auditing skills, legal support, IT support (both business data resources and map-making/production functions), public relations/communications, cultural resource management and general administrative operations. AGENCY BUDGET AND REVENUE The agency's overall budget is approximately $18MM and is divided into three main categories: Capital Improvement - $5MM Stewardship - $850K Agency Operations - $11.7MM SITLA's annual revenue ranges from $100 - $150MM PRINCIPAL DUTIES The Executive Director will: Develop and implement a strategic plan that supports SITLA's mission including public outreach and engagement, development and maintenance of technical data, and collaboration with interstate and intrastate organizations and the Federal government. Develop the annual SITLA budget, with oversight of expenditures and financial obligations. Fiduciary responsibility for SITLA operations to ensure compliance with the authorized budget and applicable laws and codes. Identify, recruit, train and develop a talented team of employees who can lead critical departments and manage strategic business functions. Monitor operations and ensure employees and business practices comply with regulatory and legal requirements. Develop the organizational culture and promote transparency and collaboration throughout the organization. Develop relationships with industry regulators, government officials and other relevant parties. Identify potential risks and opportunities within the organization and its environment to protect business interests. Create an organization where teams and board work together through cross- functional directives that benefit the organization. Manage the Deputy Directors and supervises the activities of 75 or more employees, all of whom are at will. Expected to have some knowledge and experience in all functions of the agency including land management issues and laws. Serve on a number of state committees and councils: Constitutional Defense Council, Utah Conservation Commission, and Board of the Utah Geological Survey. Serves as the main contact between the SITLA and Utah's congressional delegation and offices, federal agencies, other state agencies, the Governor's Office, the Utah State Legislature, local governments, county commissions and councils, and other states. Oversees all discussions and negotiations regarding proposed federal land exchanges and/or the designation of National Monuments that affect SITLA lands and mineral estates. Work closely with the Communications Director to prepare internal and external communications. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate is focused and driven on implementing the goals of the organization while executing their duties in an ethical manner. Must be creative and visionary in identifying new business opportunities and revenue sources while developing the long-term path of the organization. Demonstrated experience to make difficult decisions on both immediate issues as well as longer-term strategic decisions are a must. Should be charismatic and articulate while intelligently expressing the ideas and vision of the agency to staff and outside organizations, the legislature and the general public. Knowledge in both marketing and public relations is beneficial in communicating the SITLA achievements. Our teams are the backbone of the organization. The ideal candidate will build strong cross-functional teams with mutual respect and integrity, that can work together toward meeting the ultimate organizational goals. Imperative that the director interacts with the teams with honesty, humility, transparency, and trust. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, law, business organization, public administration, finance, or related field. Advanced degree preferred. Fifteen (15) years of experience related to management and administration of organizations, government departments, businesses, public or private programs or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge and experience in application of federal and state regulations applicable to the lands of the State of Utah. Knowledge of state trust lands purposes and operations. Knowledge and relationships with legislative policy and policymakers is advantageous. High-level strategic thinking and planning. Ability to envision and convey the organizations strategic future to the staff, consultants, board, etc., while gaining approval from all organizational departments. Experience with contract administration including the ability to manage and direct multiple contracts and projects concurrently, and at varying stages. Ability to make decisions independently on technical and political issues and methods. Understanding of finance-related performance standards and ability to develop and execute financial strategies. Ability to work closely with the trust lands Board of Trustees. APPLICATION PROCESS If you are interested in pursuing this unique and exceptional career opportunity with the State of Utah, please forward via email, a cover letter, resume, professional references, and salary requirements to: Melanie Butters HR Recruiter Division of Human Resource Management Office: (801) 629-4726 Email: mbutters@utah.gov Please indicate the position of Executive Director, Trust Lands Administration, in the subject line of your email. The State of Utah is an equal opportunity employer. Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability. The State provides reasonable accommodations to the known disabilities of individuals in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. For accommodation information or if you need special accommodations to complete the application process, please contact the Department of Human Resource Management at (801) 538-3025 or TTY (801) 538-3696. APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/utah 4315 S. 2700 W., Suite 2100 Salt Lake City, UT 84129 Position #30623 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TRUST LANDS ADMINISTRATION




NEW! Assistant County Manager - Wasatch County


EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Wasatch County Manager’s Office seeks full time Assistant County Manager. This is an appointed administrative position, exempt from career service as outlined in the Utah Personnel Management Act; UCA 17-33-8. This position reports to the Wasatch County Manager to provide assistance in planning, directing, and managing of delegated administrative functions and activities of County operation. Requires Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Public Finance or similar education degree. Master’s Degree in Public Administration or Business Administration is preferred and a minimum Four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in local government administration. Applicants must live within a 60 minute travel/commute radius from Heber City, the county seat of Wasatch County. Applicants should submit completed Wasatch County Employment Application, copy of Resume, and three (3) letters of professional reference to the Wasatch County Personnel Office 55 S 500 E Heber City UT 84032. Full job description and employment applications are available online at www.wasatch.utah.gov. Complete application materials must be received by the Personnel Office by 5:00 PM, Friday, February 18, 2022. Wasatch County is an EOE. WASATCH COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Assistant County Manager GRADE NUMBER: Salary Commensurate with experience EFFECTIVE DATE: June, 2018 Revised 01-2022 DEPARTMENT: County Manager JOB SUMMARY Reporting to the County Manager with assistance of planning, organizing, directing, and managing administrative functions and activities of County operations. Responsible for delegated areas of County functions. STEP AND GRADE CHARACTERISTICS This is an Administrative position which has confidential and key policy-determining responsibilities, and is appointed by the Wasatch County Manager. Position is exempt from career service. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Under the direction of the County Manager provides policy oversight for specified County departments in the day-to-day operations of County government. Provides policy recommendations in long range strategic planning; under the direction of the county Manager implements approved plans for current and future County needs. Assists in the development and oversight of the County budget, working with department heads on budget requests. Monitors the continuous review of County expenditures throughout the year. Conducts research to discover new methodologies or to find solution for unresolved problems by way of conducting surveys, interprets results, informing County Manager of recommended results. Researches, organizes, and interprets data in verbal and written form derived from a variety of original and secondary sources. Prepares reports and communications for the County Manager. Under the direction of the County Manager represents the County to public, community organizations, and other government agencies. May participate in administrative and/or executive sessions with the County Manager; receives special projects or assignments related to any of the statutory obligations of the Manager. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of modern principles and practices of public administration. Knowledge of local government structure and functional organization. Ability to maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work activities including elected officials, all levels of management, employees, other governmental officials, community and civic organizations, the media, and the public exercising tact and diplomacy in dealing with highly sensitive political, public policy, community, and employee issues and circumstances. Ability to take direction from the county Manager. Ability to understand, interpret, explain and implement county, state and federal laws and regulations affecting the work of County government. Knowledge of fields of operation relations to the various departments of local government. Knowledge of County operating procedures. Ability to evaluate, develop, and implement approved management systems, policies, and procedures. Ability to conduct special studies provide interpreted findings to solve administrative problems and prepare and present such reports. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing. Ability to present reports and recommendations in public meetings. Skill in word processing, spreadsheets, Powerpoint, data processing, Outlook, and basic computer proficiency. Skill in reading, writing, and math. Familiarity with GASB. Ability to coordinate multiple tasks efficiently. Skill in analytical problem solving. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Typically sit at a desk or table. Regularly walk, stand, or stoop. Occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects weighing up to 30 pounds. Use tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity. Regularly drives a motor vehicle. Work for sustained periods of time maintaining concentrated attention to detail. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, library, computer room, or other environmentally controlled room. Work requires travel to County and outside County locations to attend meetings and events. Required meetings will take place during evening hours. Position requires availability to receive and respond to communication at all times outside of normal County operating times. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Public Finance or similar education degree. Master’s Degree in Public Administration or Business Administration is preferred. Four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in local government administration. LICENSING, CERTIFICATION, AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Utah State driver’s license. Comprehensive background screen. Ability to attend evening meetings. Appointed individual must reside within a 60 minute travel/commute radius from Heber City, the county seat of Wasatch County. **This description lists the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive. Incumbent(s) may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in this document and may be required to have specific job-related knowledge and skills.