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Australian Defence Force

  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Royal Australian Air Force - Environmental Health Officer - Undergraduate

Australia wide
Take your passion for health science to a great career, protecting the health of Air Force personnel on base and on deployments.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Salary
$30,000 - $50,000
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
1 Mar 2021
Applications Close
31 Mar 2021

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
M
Occupational Therapy

As an Environmental Health Manager in the Air Force, you'll be responsible for the planning and execution of control strategies to minimise the health impact of the environment and workplace of Air Force personnel.

The role of Environmental Health Manager promises plenty of variety, unique adventures and exciting challenges. Better still, you'll be working with a dynamic, people focussed organisation that offers great lifestyle and opportunities you won't find anywhere else.

You'll be responsible for providing Environmental Health and Occupational Hygiene services including noise and lighting surveys, workplace assessments, water and food safety, emergency management, vector control and more. You may also have the opportunity to support peacekeeping missions and communities in need by providing Environmental Health and Occupational Hygiene advice and disaster support.

Join while you're still at university and have your remaining study sponsored, earn a salary while you complete your degree and walk straight into a great role in the Air Force following graduation.

Apply for this role and get sponsored to finish your degree and receive the benefits of a salary, superannuation and housing subsidies while you study.

Salary

When you first join the Air Force and while studying for your degree at the university of your choice, you will be paid between $33,126 and $45,172 per year depending on your year of study.

Upon completion of your initial training, you'll enjoy a competitive starting salary package of up to $74,785 plus generous super.

Apply Now:

To be eligible for an Air Force Undergraduate sponsorship, applicants must be an Australian citizen and have completed:

  • The first full year of study (preferably with academic results) of a full-time undergraduate degree majoring in Environmental Health. The undergraduate degree must be accredited by Environmental Health Australia.

Applicants need to be undertaking an approved undergraduate degree, majoring in Environmental Health. Information on accredited courses can be located on the Environmental Health Australia web site.

To be able to apply for this position you must:

  • Be over the age of 17 and be an Australian Citizen
  • Be able to achieve/ currently hold security clearance
  • Medical and fitness guidelines also apply

Click the APPLY button if you think you have what it takes to become an Air Force Environmental Health Manager (DUS) and we'll get in contact with you shortly, or contact Manisha Kumar to find out more on (07) 5563 4118 or at applications@dfr.com.au.

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