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WHO WE ARE

A Pioneer in the Production of Clean Fuels from Garbage

We're a clean energy company with an innovative and proprietary process for producing net-zero carbon transportation fuels, including sustainable aviation fuel, from landfill waste. Our first project has just begun initial operations and we have big plans for the future. Want to be a part of something big? We're seeking a diverse set of talented and energetic people to join our team.

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Benefits

We're proud to offer competitive pay and comprehensive benefits packages to our team of people helping us pioneer the production of clean fuels from landfill waste.

Competitive Compensation

Fulcrum works to attract and retain world-class team members who are committed to our mission of producing net-zero carbon fuels from household garbage. That's why we provide competitive compensation and a compensation program that includes rich benefits and short- and long-term incentives.

Comprehensive Health Benefits

Fulcrum provides its team members comprehensive, company-paid health benefits, including medical, dental, vision, disability and life coverage with no waiting period.

Retirement Benefits

Fulcrum is proud to provide retirement benefits to its employees. New team members who choose to participate in our retirement program are vested 100 percent upon entering the plan, can take advantage of a company matching contribution and have pre- and after-tax contribution options.

Incentive Awards

We offer cash incentive plans and awards to recognize individual and company achievements and long-term incentive awards as well. Every Fulcrum employee has the opportunity to hold equity in our company.

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Open Positions

We're currently looking to fill a range of open positions across the United States to help us continue to pioneer the production of clean fuels.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY

The Reliability Engineer is responsible for improving the safety, reliability, operability, and maintainability of all Sierra BioFuels Biorefinery and Feedstock Processing Facility assets by identifying and resolving asset risks that could adversely affect operations and by implementing enhancements to improve facility reliability. This role includes performing downtime and defect identification and elimination, risk management and life cycle asset management through the implementation of process improvement opportunities.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a technical undergraduate degree, preferably Mechanical Engineering, and at least 5 years of maintenance and reliability experience in the refining industry.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY

The Rotating Equipment Engineer is responsible for improving the safety, reliability, operability, and maintainability of all Sierra BioFuels Biorefinery and Feedstock Processing Facility assets by identifying and resolving rotating equipment risks that could adversely affect operations. Additionally, the Rotating Equipment Engineer is responsible for performing engineering duties related to rotating equipment and will lead programs designed to improve equipment reliability.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a technical undergraduate degree, preferably Mechanical Engineering, and at least 5 years of rotating equipment engineering experience in the refining industry.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY AND FEEDSTOCK PROCESSING FACILITY

The Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Technician’s primary responsibility is to maintain the controls hardware, instrumentation, analyzers, and electrical equipment at the Sierra Biorefinery and Feedstock Processing Facility (FPF).

Other key responsibilities include the performance of preventive maintenance programs for the equipment and troubleshooting and repairing equipment as needed. I&E Technicians also assist in the management of all spare parts for instrument, electrical and analytical (IEA) equipment.

Qualification Requirements

  • Successful candidates will have at least 5 years of electrical, instrument and on-line analyzer operation and maintenance experience in the refining or chemical processing industry. An Associate degree or higher in electronics, process instrumentation or a related field is preferred.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY

The primary responsibility of the Process Engineer is to work closely with the Sierra waste-to-fuel operations, engineering, maintenance and reliability teams to support all aspects of the safe and successful start-up, as well as ongoing operations, of the Sierra plant. The position, which is located at the Sierra Biorefinery near Reno, NV, will be heavily involved with identifying, troubleshooting, and resolving various chemical, engineering and process challenges related to start-up and operational activities.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a Chemical Engineering degree and a minimum of 5 years working as a Process Engineer at a petrochemical/refinery plant.

Role Overview

CLEMSON, SC - ENGINEERING OFFICE

The Mechanical Project Engineer will manage the technical and engineering efforts of Fulcrum-led projects and Fulcrum-licensed projects. Working alongside the Project Development Team, the Mechanical Project Engineer will lead project-related efforts to ensure the successful delivery of engineering, while supporting site selection, permitting and the overall execution of each project from early-stage development, detailed design and construction and commissioning phases of the project.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a Mechanical Engineering degree and at least 5 years of project engineering experience with biofuel production, specialty chemicals or petrochemical refinery projects. The position also requires the ability to travel to Fulcrum’s offices in Pleasanton, CA, engineering firms’ offices, project sites and a licensee’s office in Houston, TX.

Role Overview

CLEMSON, SC - ENGINEERING OFFICE

The Chemical Project Engineer, will manage the technical and engineering efforts of Fulcrum-led projects and Fulcrum-licensed projects. Working alongside the Project Development Team, the Chemical Project Engineer will lead project-related efforts to ensure the successful delivery of engineering, while supporting site selection, permitting and the overall execution of each project from early-stage development, detailed design and construction and commissioning phases of the project.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a Chemical Engineering degree and at least 5 years of project engineering experience with biofuel production, specialty chemicals or petrochemical refinery projects. The position also requires the ability to travel to Fulcrum’s offices in Pleasanton, CA, engineering firms’ offices, project sites and a licensee’s office in Houston, TX.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY

The Reliability Engineer is responsible for improving the safety, reliability, operability, and maintainability of all Sierra BioFuels Biorefinery and Feedstock Processing Facility assets by identifying and resolving asset risks that could adversely affect operations and by implementing enhancements to improve facility reliability. This role includes performing downtime and defect identification and elimination, risk management and life cycle asset management through the implementation of process improvement opportunities.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a technical undergraduate degree, preferably Mechanical Engineering, and at least 5 years of maintenance and reliability experience in the refining industry.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY

The Rotating Equipment Engineer is responsible for improving the safety, reliability, operability, and maintainability of all Sierra BioFuels Biorefinery and Feedstock Processing Facility assets by identifying and resolving rotating equipment risks that could adversely affect operations. Additionally, the Rotating Equipment Engineer is responsible for performing engineering duties related to rotating equipment and will lead programs designed to improve equipment reliability.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a technical undergraduate degree, preferably Mechanical Engineering, and at least 5 years of rotating equipment engineering experience in the refining industry.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY AND FEEDSTOCK PROCESSING FACILITY

The Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Technician’s primary responsibility is to maintain the controls hardware, instrumentation, analyzers, and electrical equipment at the Sierra Biorefinery and Feedstock Processing Facility (FPF).

Other key responsibilities include the performance of preventive maintenance programs for the equipment and troubleshooting and repairing equipment as needed. I&E Technicians also assist in the management of all spare parts for instrument, electrical and analytical (IEA) equipment.

Qualification Requirements

  • Successful candidates will have at least 5 years of electrical, instrument and on-line analyzer operation and maintenance experience in the refining or chemical processing industry. An Associate degree or higher in electronics, process instrumentation or a related field is preferred.

Role Overview

SIERRA BIOREFINERY

The primary responsibility of the Process Engineer is to work closely with the Sierra waste-to-fuel operations, engineering, maintenance and reliability teams to support all aspects of the safe and successful start-up, as well as ongoing operations, of the Sierra plant. The position, which is located at the Sierra Biorefinery near Reno, NV, will be heavily involved with identifying, troubleshooting, and resolving various chemical, engineering and process challenges related to start-up and operational activities.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a Chemical Engineering degree and a minimum of 5 years working as a Process Engineer at a petrochemical/refinery plant.

Role Overview

CLEMSON, SC - ENGINEERING OFFICE

The Mechanical Project Engineer will manage the technical and engineering efforts of Fulcrum-led projects and Fulcrum-licensed projects. Working alongside the Project Development Team, the Mechanical Project Engineer will lead project-related efforts to ensure the successful delivery of engineering, while supporting site selection, permitting and the overall execution of each project from early-stage development, detailed design and construction and commissioning phases of the project.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a Mechanical Engineering degree and at least 5 years of project engineering experience with biofuel production, specialty chemicals or petrochemical refinery projects. The position also requires the ability to travel to Fulcrum’s offices in Pleasanton, CA, engineering firms’ offices, project sites and a licensee’s office in Houston, TX.

Role Overview

CLEMSON, SC - ENGINEERING OFFICE

The Chemical Project Engineer, will manage the technical and engineering efforts of Fulcrum-led projects and Fulcrum-licensed projects. Working alongside the Project Development Team, the Chemical Project Engineer will lead project-related efforts to ensure the successful delivery of engineering, while supporting site selection, permitting and the overall execution of each project from early-stage development, detailed design and construction and commissioning phases of the project.

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualification requirements include a Chemical Engineering degree and at least 5 years of project engineering experience with biofuel production, specialty chemicals or petrochemical refinery projects. The position also requires the ability to travel to Fulcrum’s offices in Pleasanton, CA, engineering firms’ offices, project sites and a licensee’s office in Houston, TX.