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Fulcrum embarks on recruitment drive to support growth in EV charging division

Steve Parker, CEO Operations Director of Fulcrum

Fulcrum, the leading independent net-zero focused multi-utility infrastructure and services provider, is expanding its EV charging division with the creation of a dozen new jobs to meet increasing demand for its services.

Supporting the expansion of the UK’s EV charging point network, Fulcrum is recruiting an operations manager, additional installers, project engineers, designers and coordinators to deliver its full service EV charging solution.

With an established track record of designing, constructing, and installing futureproofed electrical infrastructure that powers EV charging stations and networks, Fulcrum has a pipeline of projects and a growing number of enquiries.

Its specialist EV charging team provide an end-to-end service from initial consultation, feasibility studies and design, through to energisation and the installation of charging hardware and software.


Creating the additional capacity required to meet the expected growth in its project pipeline, Fulcrum is adding five new EV installers, a pair of civil engineers and two EV project engineers. It is also recruiting for an EV operations manager, an EV project coordinator and an EV designer/estimator.

Steve Parker, Operations Director of Fulcrum, said: “The creation of these new jobs reflects the increasing demand for our specialist EV charging infrastructure expertise to support the expansion of the UK’s charging network.

“Our experience in the delivery of electrical infrastructure of all sizes and complexity has ensured Fulcrum well placed to expand into the EV charging market and proving beneficial solutions to our end user customers and EV charge point partners. By expanding our already expert team, we can support a growing customer base.

“This is an exciting time to join Fulcrum as we are providing essential infrastructure that will encourage the greater adoption of electric vehicles and support the UK’s journey towards net zero.”

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