Minimum Education Requirement:
bachelor of science in engineering from an ABET-accredited institution.
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- Ensure safe and healthy workplace for Airmen
- Provide information for commanders to make important decisions involving weapons systems and associated processes; facilities; and chemical, biological and radiological issues
- Apply engineering and scientific knowledge
- Daily duties could include health risk assessments; chemical, biological and radiological identification and control; and modernizing health facilities
Relevant Interests & Skills
You might like this position if you have interests in these areas:
- Health and Medicine
- Natural Science
- Business, Operations and Administration
Becoming a Commissioned Officer
To ease your transition into the Air Force, you'll enter a five-week training regimen designed to educate you on the ways of both the military and military healthcare. You'll participate in physical conditioning five days a week, leadership training and classroom studies.