Minimum Education Requirement:
Bachelor of Science in Engineering from an ABET-accredited institution.
From the launch pads of Cape Canaveral in Florida to the chilly surroundings of Thule Air Base in Greenland, Airmen work in a wide range of environments. Whatever the environment, it's the task of Bioenvironmental Engineers to ensure every work area is a safe one. Blending engineering and preventive medicine, Bioenvironmental Engineers identify and evaluate potential hazards and develop plans and programs to prevent injuries and illnesses. The key areas Bioenvironmental Engineers focus their time on are industrial hygiene, occupational health, radiological health and environmental protection.
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You might like this position if you have interests in these areas:
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.