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Looking to build a career that gives you a connection to your community? McCoy’s Building Supply has career opportunities ranging from cashiers, yard crew and delivery drivers to retail management. We also have headquarters positions in a variety of departments including Accounting, Merchandising, Marketing and People Development to name a few.
Our team is dedicated to both professional and personal growth, and our priority is providing our customers with high-quality service day in and day out. The people who work at McCoy’s love what they do, and it shows. We work hard to create relationships with folks who walk through our front doors and with each other.
McCoy’s Building Supply is a family-owned company that’s been in business for over 90 years serving professional homebuilders, repair/remodelers, do-it-yourselfers and the farm and ranch community. Our company spans five states (Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Mississippi and Arkansas) with 89 stores, two millwork facilities, and reload and distribution centers. Our corporate headquarters are in San Marcos, Texas.
We take pride in the tenure of our employees and the career paths they choose. Many team members enjoy the stability of our hours including dedicated Sundays off. They also enjoy having the ability to work in their communities long-term. Every McCoy’s store puts down roots in its local community and aims to serve in the way that best supports its town whether through sponsorships, local donations or other forms of outreach.
We make an effort to truly get to know one another at McCoy’s. This helps us care for each other as friends, coworkers, and mentors while also caring for our customers. We value open communication and strive for an exceptional customer experience. At McCoy’s, it's not just a job, it's a family! As a family-owned company, it’s exciting to have siblings, parents and children, and husband and wife teams working together throughout McCoy’s Building Supply. When you join the McCoy’s team, you can be sure you’re becoming a part of the family, too.
“My first role at McCoy’s was in the yard crew. I became an assistant manager before moving to headquarters and joining Merchandising. McCoy’s is a place that awards hard work and ethical work regardless of background or any other factor. My biggest piece of advice for anyone wanting change roles or move from the stores to HQ would be to do your research and ask a lot of questions. Talk to people already in that area so you know the expectations.” - Brandon Bishop, Director of Merchandising (13 years of service)
“I started as a cashier and then cross-trained for an office administrator position before eventually becoming the store inventory coordinator. My job is never dull and I really enjoy helping customers. If you want to work for a company that cares about the welfare of their employees and is supportive of the endeavors that mean something to you, then McCoy’s is the place for you.” - Brenda Carney, Aransas Pass Store (18 years of service)
All McCoy's stores are open Monday through Friday from 7am to 7pm and from 7am to 5pm on Saturday. With a few exceptions, our headquarters staff work 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. While we serve customers six days a week, we are always closed on Sundays. Eligible employees receive vacation time, 401K, medical benefits, and flexible scheduling with evenings off.
There are many opportunities to grow your career at McCoy’s. Management Trainees spend time in a paid program, alternating between classroom and in-store training to learn the basics of managing one of our retail stores. Other employees may be interested in pursuing opportunities at our corporate headquarters after working at a retail location.
McCoy’s is an equal opportunity employer. Equal access to programs, services and employment is available to all persons. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodations in the application and/or interview process should contact a representative of the People Development Department at (866) 896-0884. If you have any other questions, please contact us.