LEBANON, Tenn. – Tritium DCFC Limited, a global leader in direct current fast chargers for electric vehicles, announced that it plans to add over 250 jobs to its Lebanon, Tennessee factory. The company’s recent achievement of International Organization for Standardization certifications at the facility was also shared.
According to Tritium CEO Jane Hunter, the demand for accessible, reliable EV chargers has never been greater, and the company is thrilled to create new cleantech jobs in the Middle Tennessee region. Tritium remains committed to building a attractive workplace to its employees and expanding the business as it continues to pursue its mission to electrify transportation.
These 250+ jobs will be added to the more than 500 jobs that the company announced in February 2022 over the next five years in Lebanon, Tennessee. Tritium is a participant in the White House Infrastructure Talent Pipeline Challenge, a nationwide initiative to create equitable job opportunities in growing industries, such as electrification.
Tritium’s employee-focused programs include an apprenticeship partnership with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development and the Tennessee College of Applied Technologies. The company is also developing an employee ride-share program in partnership with Enterprise, as well as pursuing childcare assistance options.
Keith Hutchison, Chief People Officer at Tritium, said, “We’re continuously impressed by the drive and talent of our local team and are eager to expand our workforce amid exciting growth Company-wide.”
Tritium also recently achieved several certifications from the ISO at its Tennessee facility. The ISO is a global industry standard that certifies the implementation of high-quality processes. Tritium earned the following ISO certifications: ISO 9001:2015 for quality management systems, ISO 14001:2015 for environmental management systems, and ISO 45001 for occupational health and safety.
Glen Casey, Chief Operating Officer at Tritium, said, “Earning these certifications is a reflection of the high standards we set when it comes to the quality of our products and processes, the safety of our employees, and our environmental impact. We’re continuously impressed by the caliber of this team and eager to see what they will bring to the Tritium business in 2023.”
Tritium CEO Jane Hunter first announced the opening of the Tennessee facility alongside President Joe Biden at a White House event in February 2022. At peak capacity, the facility is expected to produce up to 30,000 units annually.