Genwest Systems, Inc is an information management and consulting firm headquartered in Edmonds, Washington. Since its inception, Genwest has been a recognized leader in the design and implementation of information systems and solutions. We depend on a diverse team of talented staff to design, develop, and deploy rapid information solutions for our clients. We feel strongly that building a team with diverse educational, cultural and experiential backgrounds makes for the best products for our clients and the most robust dialogue within the company.
UI/UX (User Interface / User Experience) Designer
Duties will include providing support and testing for various scientific software tools associated with hazardous materials response. This will include interacting with developers and subject matter experts to understand and help test functionality, and also working with the team to create guidance documents. One of the primary tools the position will work with is ERMA, an online mapping tool that integrates both static and real-time environmental data to aid in spill preparedness and planning, assist in coordinating emergency response efforts and situational awareness for human and natural disasters, and support the Natural Resource Damage Assessment process.
The Environmental Scientist will assist with natural resource damage assessments to support cleanup and restoration of contaminated sites in and surrounding San Diego Bay, CA. This individual will work under the direction of the Regional Resource Coordinator in the Assessment and Restoration Division (ARD), which is part of NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R, http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/). ARD is one of three programs in NOAA’s Damage Assessment, Remediation, and Restoration Program (DARRP-www.DARRP.noaa.gov/). This position is located at the NOAA ARD office in Santa Rosa, CA, and periodic travel will be required. The OR&R Assessment and Restoration Division’s mission is to protect and restore coastal and marine resources injured by the release of oil or hazardous substances or direct physical impacts such as vessel groundings.