Bioenvironmental Engineer

Position Summary
As a Bioenvironmental Engineer in the U.S. Air Force, you'll ensure every environment where Airmen work is a safe one. Blending engineering and preventative medicine, bioenvironmental engineers use specialized survey instruments and equipment to identify and evaluate potential hazards that may exist in the workplace, such as exposure to toxic chemicals or intense noise. You will use these findings to develop plans and programs to prevent injuries and illnesses.
Key areas of focus are industrial hygiene, occupational health, radiological health, and environmental protection. At the end of the day, your job is to promote the health and well-being of all Air Force personnel.
Benefits
Your effort and commitment is essential to our mission, which is why we provide our Airmen with a benefits package that is unparalleled in the civilian world:
30 days of vacation with pay each year
Excellent healthcare coverage for you and your family
Tax-free food and housing assistance
A generous retirement program
Continuing education opportunities
Free or low-cost world travel opportunities
Excellent starting salary
Qualifications
This is an active duty position as an Air Force Officer. To be considered, you must meet the following requirements:
Must be a U.S. citizen age 18?42.
Must be willing to relocate.
Completion of five-and-a-half-week Commissioned Officer Training course
Possess a baccalaureate degree or higher in engineering from an institution accredited at the engineering level by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
About the Air Force
The U.S. Air Force is the number-one Air Force in the world. Our mission is to fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace. We live by three core values: integrity first, service before self and excellence in all we do. The Air Force offers hundreds of careers, from healthcare to engineering, in order to serve the American people and provide precise and reliable global vigilance, reach and power for the nation.

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