Visualize Building Your Future at Cavco

Visualize yourself working for a strong company that prides itself on crafting the highest quality homes in the industry. 

You and your team demonstrate the highest level of integrity, attention to detail, and pride in your work.

You’re helping to innovate the future of Homebuilding in America and making a difference in your community.

Discover the Cavco Advantage

Why should you choose to go to work at Cavco? Here are just a few of the things that set us apart.



We are driven to solve affordable housing issues in new and existing markets



It’s not a just a job — It’s a Career built on the commitment of leadership to team member growth, learning and advancement



We have a relentless focus on excellence in all of our operations



We value creativity and experimentation to reach new solutions



We have the commitment to grow ourselves and the company



All of us are dedicated to the success of the people in the Cavco family — you! — in an environment of Respect and Appreciation

What You’ll Do

You’ll be part of a team of more than 5,000 professionals worldwide who are collaborating with customers to seamlessly design, build, and deliver high-end manufactured homes and buildings.

At Cavco, we will teach you the Cavco Way from Day One.

How You’ll Succeed

We look for people who love a challenge, embrace growth, and strive to innovate in their roles. We value collaboration, innovation and a supportive workplace.

As you grow with Cavco, you will take pride in not only learning and mastering a craft but developing problem-solving skills and a solid work ethic with the dedication, excellence, and care that we put into everything we do.

Begin Your New Career Search Today

Using our job search tool, you can utilize our wide array of employee resources and collaborate with leaders who support your development with growth-focused conversations.

Note: Cavco Industries does not send job offers through 3rd party recruitment services outside the United States. Any such communications are fraudulent and should be reported to your local authorities.