A career with Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS) as a Safety and Occupational Health Professional offers rewarding opportunities to contribute to the mission of the United States Air Force and provide workplace safety and health for Air Force people; and also affords opportunities for personal and professional growth and development in the United States and abroad.
AFCS Safety career opportunities include:
- Safety and Occupational Health – Focused on minimizing loss of resources and protecting the safety and health of United States Air Force personnel from occupational deaths, injuries, or illnesses.
- Explosives Safety – Includes weapons, explosives, missile, and nuclear safety programs.
- Safety Engineer – Tasked with reducing risk by applying engineering fundamentals and concepts.
- Flight Safety – Responsible for the United States Air Force Aviation Mishap Prevention Program, and the development of aviation mishap prevention strategies to properly manage risks.
Interested students and entry-level candidates should consider the PALACE Acquire intern program. Details can be found here.