The Director of Facilities Management will manage and carryout the comprehensive facilities management plan by managing the acquisition, construction, maintenance, and operations of the cooperative’s facilities and grounds. Please click the link below for full position details.
Four-year technical, business or electrical degree required. Masters in construction management preferred. FMP, CFM or PMP certification preferred. Must complete at least one (1) professional development activity annually.
Ten (10) years of progressively responsible facilities management, construction project management experience, including supervisory responsibility or equivalent, required. Experience should include knowledge of building codes, land acquisition processes, RUS bulletins and requirements that relate to all areas of facilities, contracting, budgeting, utility plant, and construction.
REC'S mission is to enhance the lives of the members and communities we serve by providing safe, reliable and affordable electric service as good stewards of the environment.
REC is a member-owned utility that provides electric service to over 165,000 connections in portions of 22 Virginia counties. The Cooperative was formed in 1980 after the consolidation of two cooperatives, Virginia Electric Cooperative in Bowling Green and Northern Piedmont Electric Cooperative in Culpeper. The Cooperative's general office is in Spotsylvania County.
REC operates and maintains more than 17,000 miles of power lines through its service area, which ranges from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the tidal waters of the Chesapeake Bay. The Cooperative serves a variety of residential, commercial and industrial accounts. REC provides the electricity for such familiar names as Kings Dominion Amusement Park, Equinix, Inc., Merillat Industries, General Electric, Axalta, Kraft Foods Group, Inc. and Southeastern Container, Inc.
The Cooperative is guided by a board of directors, also member-owners of REC, and who are elected by REC's other members during the annual meeting. Directors serve three-year terms.