Facilites Director
Job Type


  • Under the direction of the Parish Administrator, the Facilities Director is responsible for preparing annual plant capital budget; preparing annual plant operating budget; managing budget and keep costs reduced; coordinating fire/life safety requirements; supervising assigned maintenance for use of facilities campus wide; meeting with neighborhood committees and individuals as required; preparing annual plant maintenance schedule; coordinating special event requirements; and coordinating/scheduling all plant related maintenance and repairs. Supervises and schedules maintenance employees.


  • Prepares annual plant capital budget for: plant construction or remodel, roof, parking lot, landscape, equipment (HVAC, kitchen, etc.) and carpet/floor replacement.
  • Prepares annual plant operating budget for: repairs (normal wear and tear and emergency) and painting; maintenance of parking lot, landscape, utilities (gas, water, electric), liturgical artwork and furniture, pew and chair, equipment (HVAC, lighting, septic, refrigeration, etc.), floor/carpet, baptismal font, janitorial, fire/life safety systems, signs, temporary facility costs for special events (off-site events, tent rentals, traffic control, sound systems, lighting, etc.), maintenance staff costs and vehicle (license and maintenance)
  • Involved with telecommunications and data services, CCTV services, and audio visual systems as needed.
  • Manages preparation of monthly cost reports; select/bid vendors and contractors, review utilities (water, gas, electric) invoices and check for accuracy; review annual maintenance contracts; and review purchasing contracts.
  • Reviews all plant related invoices and recommends or denies payment.
  • Manages facilities scheduling, set ups and maintenance projects through planning, coaching and evaluating staff performance.
  • Coordinates fire/life safety requirements for fire extinguisher inspections and replacement; fire riser and sprinkler testing; prepare emergency evacuation plans; comply with fire marshal requirements; coordinate and maintain security alarm; maintain locks and keys and coordinate traffic control services.
  • Coordinates special event requirements for venue, rentals, caterer, tent rentals, etc.
  • Schedules maintenance for Telecommunications systems maintenance; CCTV system; audiovisual system; day-to-day maintenance; and maintains warranty manual schedules.
  • Prepares annual plant maintenance schedule for: HVAC; refrigeration; landscaping; lighting; and vehicle maintenance and licensing.
  • Coordinates furniture/equipment moves.
  • In collaboration with the Parish Administrator, helps to manage real estate related issues for purchasing and selling. Manages projects and construction for: in-house planning/programming sessions (feasibility studies); architect and interior design recommendations; engineering and sub-contractor recommendations; prepare requests for proposal for construction/remodels/upgrades and equipment; provide owner representation for smaller projects (construction administration); oversee construction, remodels and upgrades; process payment applications, lien releases and warranty agreements; prepare construction/remodel/upgrade schedule; obtain approvals and permits from local agencies; coordinate with parish legal representatives when needed and obtain occupancy permits.
  • Any other work as requested by the Pastor or Parish Administrator.

  • Minimum 2 years maintenance supervisor experience.
  • Experience in dealing with contractors and vendors and managing a budget.
  • Must work well in a team environment with other facilities personnel. Must interact professionally with all staff members, parishioners and vendors maintaining a positive attitude, continually promoting a team approach to duties. 
  • Must possess strength, stamina and mobility to perform heavy physical work inside and outdoors in all weather conditions; Ability to use a variety of hand and power tools personnel lift; move and lift furniture, materials and equipment weighing up to 90 pounds and heavier weights with the use of proper equipment.
  • Working knowledge of standard tools, materials, methods and practices involved in building and grounds maintenance and repair, including but not limited to carpentry, plumbing, electrical, mechanical and painting.
  • Possess leadership skills as well as interpersonal skills. Proficient in computer skills and have access to email and internet when off-site. 
  • Available evenings and weekends as needed various times of the year.
  • Complete and maintain Diocesan Safe Environment Training as required by the Diocese.
  • Knowledge of all diocesan guidelines and procedures.
  • Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License and own personal transportation.  
  • Employee is subject to Diocesan and parish personnel policies prescribed for all personnel

Salary Description
$55K - $65K - DOE