Careers at Lee

Working with us

The jobs that are most frequently available at Lee Container are in the areas of manufacturing and distribution.

In manufacturing, the entry level position is the Line Operator. We also employ Quality Assurance Technicians, Material Handlers, and Production Line Maintenance Technicians. These positions are usually filled by promotion of Line Operators or require specialized education.

In distribution, we most commonly employ Forklift Drivers. Many positions in this area are filled by promotion of existing employees.

Lee Container may occasionally have opportunities in corporate management and support staff. When vacancies occur, we will post notices on this page.

Our Locations

275 Chambers Drive
Homerville, GA 31634

2800 Industrial Park Road
Centerville, IA 52544

1413 S. University Drive
Nacogdoches, TX 75691

Homerville, GA

Our Southeastern U.S. manufacturing facility and our corporate offices are in South Georgia, 110 miles northwest of Jacksonville, Florida and conveniently located near I-75 between Atlanta and Orlando.

Homerville is adjacent to the Okefenokee Swamp, which is a unique National Wildlife Refuge and a popular recreation area.  With a population of 2,500, Homerville is within easy driving distance of both the Atlantic and the Gulf Coasts.


Centerville, IA

Lee Container’s Midwestern manufacturing plant and distribution center is located in southeastern Iowa, about 90 miles from Des Moines and 155 miles northeast of St. Joseph, Missouri.

Centerville has a population of 5,400 and is located near beautiful 11,000 acre Rathbun Lake.  The town hosts several festivals throughout the year, celebrating the European heritage of many of its residents.


Nacogdoches, TX

Our southwestern U.S. manufacturing plant and distribution center is situated in the eastern part of Texas, 140 miles northeast of Houston and 180 miles southeast of Dallas.

With a population of 33,000, Nacogdoches is the home of Stephen F. Austin State University.  It’s known as the oldest city in Texas, dating back to the Spanish settlement of the area in 1716.