You are about to start a camino with the most helpful, hospitable, caring bunch of people taking care of you along the way as I have ever met. The albergue infrastructure is excellent, and since they are all run by the association, they will all be accessible to you. You should definitely contact the association ahead of time and tell them you are coming, and from then on you will be a royal visitor. http://www.almeriajacobea.es/
(The “jurisdiction” of the association extends only to Granada, and from Granada to Córdoba you are more on your own, but you should be fine).
On the right side of their web page, there is a link to the most recent version of their guide. It is in Spanish but basically self-explanatory. It’s all you need to walk! I think @Raggy
told us that there is a new system with key-less entry into the albergue, just a code, so that makes it even easier.
I walked in April, wildflower extravaganza, and I would love to hear how it goes in February. Buen camino, Laurie