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Kelly Services Field Technician in Indianapolis, Indiana

Kelly Scientific has an exciting dire hire Field Technician position in Indianapolis, IN . This position is in a construction and/or field environment and includes working around heavy equipment, working outdoors in all types of weather, and 75 – 100% travel to multiple state client locations. Positions average 5 – 10 hours of paid over-time per week with start times of 5 – 8 am (depending on location). Some assignments require intermittent 24 hour on call duty.

Compensation: $15-$16/hour based on background and experience as related to position.

A Field Technician is responsible for learning and performing a wide and diverse range of field work related to the following service areas. On-the-job training and a career path to help employees develop skills, gain experience, and advance their careers is provided. You will learn:

  1. Closure - investigating the nature and extent of subsurface contamination (soil, groundwater) and developing and implementing cleanup and/or environmental closure activities.

  2. Transaction – Phase II subsurface investigations.

  3. O&M - groundwater monitoring/storm water sampling; drum sampling, over packing, and removal; remediation system start-up and operation; in-situ chemical injection; and wastewater treatment plant operation.

  4. Remedial Construction – general labor.

  5. Drilling - direct push and hollow-stem auger rig soil and groundwater sampling; well development; and installation and maintenance of groundwater monitoring wells.

  6. Building Science - asbestos, lead, mold, indoor air quality, industrial Hygiene sampling and environmental site assessment activities.

  7. Compliance – field activities related to preventative maintenance, sampling, and inspections.


Learn and perform all field tasks necessary to complete a project’s scope of work.

  • Asbestos investigations including inspection, abatement oversight, air monitoring, and air clearance sampling; lead-based paint investigations including inspections, risk assessments, abatement oversight, dust wipe/air clearance sampling; IAQ (indoor air quality) and microbial investigations including initial inspections, remediation oversight, and pre/post remediation air clearance sampling.

  • Advance soil borings, obtain and field screen soil samples; install, develop and sample groundwater monitoring wells; complete geologic and aquifer studies; prepare samples for the laboratory; perform vapor studies, excavation area assessments, and record searches; install and operate product recovery systems; perform pilot tests to support remedial system design; conduct remedial system installation and operation; maintain, coordinate and oversee tank removals; and decontaminate manufacturing facilities.

  • Perform compliance related activities including stack testing, IH sampling, and noise monitoring; storm water sampling, baghouse preventative maintenance inspections, and baghouse cleaning/maintenance and install various environmental systems (e.g., ventilation, storm water, industrial wastewater).

  • Assist drillers with direct push soil and groundwater sampling; hollow-stem auger drilling; environmental soil sampling; and installing and maintaining groundwater monitoring wells. Work on equipment when broken down in the field, shovel soil cuttings, move filled drums, saw cutting and working with concrete, and heavy lifting of backfill material. Learn to operate rotary auger (CME) and direct push technology (DPT) geoprobes.

  • Install, develop, and sample groundwater monitoring wells; perform routine groundwater monitoring/sampling; perform a variety of in-situ chemical injections to remediate soil and groundwater contamination; storm water sampling; drum sampling, over packing, and removal; site maintenance (mowing, land maintenance); prepare samples for the lab; perform vapor studies, etc.


  • An associates or bachelor’s degree in environmental science or a related science field, or a high school diploma and some construction or labor experience.

  • Ideal candidates will have some construction experience

  • Experience operating Commercial Motor Vehicles (non-CDL) such as box trucks, pickup truck and trailers, etc. is a must

  • Strong computer and verbal/written communication skills are a must.

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Why Kelly ® ?

Kelly® Science & Clinical is your connection to premier scientific and clinical companies looking to hire talented people just like you. Every day, we match science professionals with dream jobs that fit their skills and interests—it’s the way we think job searching should be. Nearly 100 percent of our science recruiters have a professional background/education in science, so we know a thing or two about the science market and how to get you noticed.

About Kelly ®

At Kelly, we’re always thinking about what’s next and advising job seekers on new ways of working to reach their full potential. In fact, we’re a leading advocate for temporary/non-traditional workstyles, because we believe they allow flexibility and tremendous growth opportunities that enable a better way to work and live. Connecting great people with great companies is what we do best, and our employment opportunities span a wide variety of workstyles, skill levels, and industries around the world.

Kelly is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce and providing accommodations for people with disabilities in all parts of the hiring process as required under its Employment Accommodation Policy. Kelly will work with applicants to meet accommodation needs that are made known to Kelly in advance.