Initially supplying the Mobile/Wireless Telecoms sector, in recent years Fuel have developed their portfolio of expertise and expanded into the areas of Fixed Line Telecoms, Rural Broadband and DAS/In-building. We have worked with our partner organisations, supplying contract and permanent resource, on many significant projects including DSO, BDUK, MBNL, Beacon, Darwin and the 700MHz clearance.

We find Telecoms specialists in:

  • Project, Programme & Portfolio Management
  • Acquisition Surveying, Quantity Surveying & Estate Management
  • Health & Safety
  • Network Planning
  • Construction, Build & Civils Management
  • Field Engineering that includes I & C, Rigging & Electrical Engineers
  • Site Acquisition, Lease Negotiation & Wayleave Consents
  • Site Design
  • Structural Engineering
  • Radio Frequency Design & Testing

Latest telecoms jobs

Estates Surveyor

Key Responsibilities – Manage your own caseload of estates projects within negotiation paraments, securing best value for the business….


Civils Site Supervisor

Civils Site Supervisor – £280 p/d all in – UK Wide – Contract Ideal location Midlands to North West…


telent - 300 people in 3 months

Telent needed 300 high level, highly technical IT and telecommunications roles filled in just 3 months. We worked with them helping them deliver on all their NRTS Project milestones.

Speak with a Telecoms consultant​

Would you like to discuss a vacancy or are you wondering about salary expectations?  We are constantly bench-marking salaries across the IT sector so call the IT team for an informal chat on 03333 207 333 or email us your question

executive search

Looking for a board level or c-suite hire?  Do you have a particularly complex search? We can help and have a 100% success rate on executive search assignments​.


We can help you save time and money and relieve the burden of resourcing from your HR team ​

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We are on 5 Government frameworks


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