Facilities Director





1. Leads in the selection of contractors, architects, consultants, and engineers, and other vendors as

necessary to achieve the association’s objectives in facility planning, including undertaking construction and renovation projects.

2.      Ensure all facilities remain safe and meet relevant federal, state and local building codes.

3.      Develop and enforce project guidelines and budgets. Regularly update Senior Management and Board of Directors on status of projects.

4.      Advise Senior Management in the decisions pertaining to leasing or purchasing of new office

locations. Assist association personnel in the relocation, maintenance, and furnishing of new locations. Responsible for the disposal of excess or obsolete furnishings.

5.      Review and approve within delegated authority, or recommend for approval, of expenses related to

association facilities.

6.      Approve within delegated authority, or recommend for approval purchase contracts, lease

agreements, sale contracts and other disposition of association facilities fixed assets.

7.      Oversee the Company Owned Vehicle Program and work closely with other staff to ensure compliance with the established program guidelines and directives of Senior Management. Develop and recommend for approval, fleet vehicle purchases and disposition schedule to fit according to association needs.

8.      Serve as the Facility Manager for all branch locations.

9.      Use a high level of industry knowledge to establish networking relationships with influencers or enterprise leaders.

10.    Supervise additional facilities staff as needed. 

11.     Respond to and find solutions for emergencies and problems that may arise.

12.    Other duties as assigned.




Must have an understanding of business fundamentals, risk assessment, customer service, facilities management, and employee supervision. Technical knowledge and strong conversancy in mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, structural, fire protection, safety systems, demolition, architectural and energy management. Ability to understand and interpret building plans and specifications as required. Ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple tasks and maintaining a focus on customer service. Average skills in Microsoft Office and other basic computer applications.


Location: Cullman, AL

Reports to: CFO


Bachelor’s degree in business administration, construction science or related field of study preferred. Seven or more years of experience in facilities management, construction project management or equivalent experience required. Supervisory experience preferred.


Responsible for preserving the good condition of infrastructure and ensuring that existing facilities and equipment are safe and well-functioning. Works with management to develop long-term strategies toward physical presence in the marketplace and executes strategy around the Association’s facility assets. Serves as the Association’s project management representative and coordinates contractors and professional services to achieve strategic goals.