Carbon Capture Storage/Underground Injection Control Professional

Trihydro Corporation

Laramie, Wyoming

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details DOE, with excellent benefits, including insurance on day 1, 6% 401(k) match
Required Experience 7+ years

CCS/UIC Professional – Open

Trihydro, one of the top environmental and engineering consulting firms in the country, has an opening for a mid- to senior-level CCS/UIC professional. The ideal candidate will join our Industrial, Commercial, & Energy Services Business Unit and assist in providing clients across many industries with effective, responsive, and safe solutions. We are actively involved in multiple carbon capture and sequestration, and deep underground injection control well projects across the U.S. and are looking for an experienced project manager to support our growing CCS/UIC portfolio.

Now more than ever, the world needs smart, cutting-edge solutions to address the engineering and environmental challenges of tomorrow. That’s where we come in. As a member of our team, you will support our diverse range of clients, from Fortune 100 companies to local communities, to continuously improve human health and the environment.

Role Overview

Responsibilities include project management for: (1) UIC well design, permitting, and drilling oversight projects for various industrial clients; (2) technical support for ongoing carbon sequestration/Class VI UIC well permitting and baseline data collection projects; (3) permitting and regulatory support for various industrial clients; and (4) other technical, business development, and marketing support, as needed. The position involves a mix of field and office responsibilities as well as travel to various project locations across the U.S.

The location for this role can be flexible. Because the role involves travel, candidates should be based near an airport that allows for convenient flights. Preferred locations include CO, TX, FL, CA, WY, NE.

Required Qualifications  

Our team is looking for someone who has:

  • A BS in environmental science or chemical/petroleum engineering
  • 10-15 years of relevant experience
  • Environmental industry employment history as an environmental project manager with responsibility for managing staff and contractors, communicating directly with clients, preparing cost estimates, and tracking budgets
  • A mechanical and electrical aptitude
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with clients, project stakeholders, coworkers, subcontractors, and other project team members
  • Initiative and motivation, with an emphasis on client service and cultivating long-standing relationships
  • Ability to travel to client locations and other Trihydro offices

The successful candidate will be a self-driven individual who prides themselves on their ability to lead others through collaborative teamwork and who can reliability manage multiple parallel initiatives.

This job may be for you if you:

  • Value working with others to achieve goals that make a difference to our clients, our communities, and our environment
  • Are interested in being a key part of the company’s continued expansion and growth
  • Enjoy working on large, complex projects for diverse clientele


At Trihydro, our approach to work is honest and hard-working. You’ll find a company culture that is dedicated to excellence, nurtures collaboration and growth, and still finds plenty of time for fun—often outdoors. Some of the benefits of joining our team include:

  • Comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, vision, and prescription)
  • Industry-leading 401(k) retirement plan, including a discretionary match up to 6% by Trihydro
  • Generous paid time off including vacation, flex, sick, and holiday pay
  • Wellness program, including reimbursement for a gym membership or related expenses
  • Opportunities to mentor emerging professionals
  • Behavior-based safety culture built to protect our employees—the mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters who deserve to go home safely each night

Trihydro is humbled to have received an honorable mention in Outside Magazine’s “Best Places to Work” list. Our 500+ professionals work on meaningful environmental and engineering projects that make a difference for clients and communities. Trihydro’s offices extend from Alaska to Florida, and our team members live and work within minutes of outdoor recreation. As a team of geologists, engineers, ecologists, and scientists, our culture is rooted in a love for the outdoors.

The salary information shown below is a general guideline ONLY. Salaries are based on candidates' experience and qualifications, as well as market and business considerations.

Summary pay range: $75,000 – $120,000

Interested candidates should apply at https://www.trihydro.com/about-us/careers with their application, resume, and cover letter addressed to Trihydro’s Recruiting Department.

Trihydro is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, or because of protected Veteran status.


Interested candidates should apply at https://www.trihydro.com/about-us/careers with their application, resume, and cover letter addressed to Trihydro’s Recruiting Department.

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Tags Permitting, Environmental Consulting