Maryland

Production Apprentice


Caruso Homes is seeking good people eager to work alongside, and learn from, experienced Production Managers -- people who see their future self as an experienced Production Manager.

Home building is the ultimate hand-crafted artform. The building of a new home relies on more than 100 individuals with the specialized skills and knowledge of the generations that came before them.

Caruso Homes is proud to have been chosen by thousands of individuals and families to build their home. Our team’s “job well done” means that our customers are living their best life inside a home where skilled tradespeople have done their best work.

Caruso Homes is seeking good people eager to work alongside, and learn from, experienced Production Managers -- people who see their future self as an experienced Production Manager. The right person for the Production Apprentice role will value what we value. The rest, we want to teach you.

The Production Apprentice works with the Production Manager to manage the construction of new homes. This doesn’t mean wiring switches or digging holes. It means working with the tradespeople to bring a new home out of the ground. It means working with other members of the Caruso Homes team to build a happy outcome for our customers. This includes lots of logistics such as planning, scheduling, and coordination. It also requires a deep understanding of the entire process, knowledge of all the parts and systems that make up a new home, and a deep respect for each person along the way.

Qualifications & Responsibilities.


The Caruso Homes team knows one another by name. We’re a high-volume, fast growing regional builder with a long history and a bright future.

 If you identify with the statements below, please introduce yourself. We look forward to meeting you.

  • Sitting behind a desk from 9am to 5pm sounds like a nightmare to you. The sounds of dirt movers and nail guns in the morning air sounds more like your happy place.
  • You believe that dirty hands deserve respect. Anything labeled “work” probably includes the risk of getting a little dirty.
  • When you see a home being built, you appreciate its beauty, but you can’t help but respect the skilled tradespeople who knew how to drive every nail, plumb every sink, and wire every switch.
  • You might like to wire a switch on occasion, but you don’t want to do that every day. You’re more attracted to coordinating the bigger picture.

We look forward to hearing from you and will respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible. If you are interested in a specific neighborhood or area, please indicate your choices.