The Director of Facilities Management is a highly responsible professional position requiring an ethical leader skilled in administration and supervision of the Facilities Management department.
The Escambia County Facilities Management Director plans, directs, coordinates, and supervises the activities of the Department which includes directing all maintenance, design, construction and renovations of county-owned and leased facilities, custodial services, and utilities.
Advises the County Administrator through the Assistant County Administrator on the activities and needs of the department and the results of its overall operations. Represents the Department before the Board of County Commissioners; presents issues, projects, proposals, and recommendations for Board action.
Bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, construction management or a related field and six years’ experience in construction contract management which five years must be in a supervisory/ management position; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.
Licenses & Certification:
Valid driver's license Certified Facility Manager (CFM) Certification or other Credentialing (BOMI, USGBC, LEEDS) is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits/Compensation Package:
· Medical / Dental / Vision plans
· Prescription coverage
· Employee health clinic
· Employee fitness centers
· Employer-sponsored retirement plan or an investment plan
· Deferred Compensation Plan
· Flexible Spending Account(s)
· Employee Assistance Program
· Annual/Sick Leave or Paid Time Off (PTO)
· Group Life Insurance
Internal Number: 02957
About Escambia County Board of County Commissioners
As the most northwestern county in the state of Florida, Escambia County stretches north to Alabama and south to the emerald green Gulf of Mexico. The county was established by ordinance as a non-charter government on July 21, 1821 by the Provisional Governor Andrew Jackson. Escambia County covers a total area of approximately 875 square miles, of which just over 662 square miles is land and approximately 213 square miles is water.Escambia County has grown significantly in the past several decades, increasing its population by about 100,000 residents – from just over 205,000 in 1970 to an estimated 311,000 as of 2015. There are two incorporated municipalities in Escambia County: the city of Pensacola and the town of Century.