The Utah Inland Port Authority Board is seeking applicants for an Interim Administrator who will provide services for an estimated period of six months until a full-time Executive Director is hired.
The Interim Administrator will assist with forming and guiding a Technical Committee of experts to advise the Board on issues such as economic impact, transportation planning, environmental impact and sustainability, as well as other scenario planning efforts necessary to begin developing a business plan. Other duties include drafting policies and procedures for the Board’s responsibilities regarding tax differential and project areas; working on development projects currently under consideration; and facilitating a public engagement process to organize, prepare and solicit stakeholder input on the inland port process.
Candidates should have experience and knowledge related to scenario planning for large and complex economic development projects, including participation in and leading such efforts, as well as experience related to tax differential projects on a state and/or local level from a public sector perspective. Ideal candidates should also have experience related to leading a public engagement process for large and complex economic development projects with economic and environmental impacts, including skills in various methods for public engagement such as public meetings, focus groups, media platforms, surveys, etc. Knowledge of land and sea ports and related transportation, logistics, workforce, planning, environmental and development issues also preferred.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected] by end of day November 8, 2018.
Find the full position description and additional information on the Utah Inland Port Authority Board at utahinlandport.org