Engineering

Department Of The Air Force Fort Leonard Wood , MO 65473

Posted 3 weeks ago

From roads to buildings, when something needs to be constructed on an Air Force base, it needs to be done with skill and precision. Responsible for planning and managing construction projects, Engineering specialists ensure that every base has the facilities and structures they need to keep operating successfully. With tasks that include surveying, computer-aided drafting and soil testing, these highly trained experts make sure that every project operates smoothly and without any unforeseen problems.

  • Conduct reconnaissance, site location, construction and mapping surveys

  • Develop, operate and maintain Geographic Information System (GIS) modules

  • Evaluate potential construction sites

  • Manage and inspect construction and maintenance contracts

  • Transform rough sketch ideas into accurate construction drawings and specifications

  • Develop plans to beddown personnel, aircraft and associated support functions during contingency operations

  • Knowledge of computer operations, software applications and mathematics

  • Possession of a valid driver's license to operate government motor vehicles

  • Normal color vision Completion of 7.5 weeks of Basic Military Training as well as Airmen's Week

  • Must be between the ages of 17 and 39

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Engineering

Department Of The Air Force