Annual Job Fair

Come see us at the Annual Job Fair

In News by sbtewmp01

Our Environmental Waste Management Program will have a booth at the Annual Job Fair, be sure to join us on March 28th to learn more about the program and jobs that will be offered. We have a great team of talented individuals working to protect the environment, we would love to meet you and tell you more about positions available.

Below are a few of the jobs currently open, and other similar positions will be open during the event on March 28th.

Jobs Available Currently




About EWMP

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Environmental Waste Management Program (EWMP) protects Tribal Resources by identifying, cleaning up, and monitoring contaminated locations within the Reservation that pose a threat to human health and the environment.

The Gay Mine is located on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, about 16 miles east of Fort Hall, Idaho. It was the only phosphate mine in the Southeastern Idaho phosphate field to be located on the Shoshone-Bannock Indian land, and was the first open pit mine in Southeast Idaho to extract Federally-owned phosphate. The mine eventually consisted of about 7,000 acres of leased Tribal and allottee lands within the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.