Bring your ideas to life, join a team that pioneers innovative solutions for customers, and build a career at The Lee Company.
For more than 75 years, The Lee Company has hired the industry’s best and brightest to solve our customers’ complex fluid control challenges and empower mission-critical applications. We provide cutting-edge solutions in high-stakes markets like aerospace, automotive, medical, and more.
We don’t just manufacture products. We create solutions for some of the biggest companies in the world.
If you’re looking for a career where you can make a real difference, feel challenged and supported, and put your problem-solving skills to the test, we invite you to check out our employment opportunities.
CNC Machinists at The Lee Company create complex machined parts working with part drawings, job layouts and specifications to perform operations that include drilling, milling, turning, grinding, and facing. Setting up and operating high-tech machines, they work from detailed instructions using standard coding, in a state of the art, air conditioned environment, utilizing cutting edge technology.
Tool/Model Makers at The Lee Company are a vital role in a multidisciplinary team that supports production machining operations and engineering with existing and new product development. The position requires a driven person with a desire to create precise models and tooling for the fabrication of precision fluid control components.
CNC Programmers at The Lee Company program CNC Lathes, Swiss lathes, and Mills with current machining processes. They also develop new machining processes for overnight continuous runs and work with and develop Robotic automation process.
The Automation Controls Engineer is integral to the design, commissioning, and continued support of automated assembly and test equipment. Ideal candidates will have a well-rounded knowledge of the design of automated manufacturing systems and a strong ability to program Allen-Bradley PLCs to interface with robots, servos, solenoid valves, vision systems, process control sensors, conveyors, and other components. Close attention to detail and drive to build on and improve existing systems is required as we develop new and innovative ways to accelerate our manufacturing capabilities.
A Quality Assurance Engineer at The Lee Company is broadly responsible for activities that support the Quality Management System and related Quality Objectives. A QAE at The Lee Company utilizes their diversified skillset to support the Quality Management System while driving Continuous Improvement.
Applications Engineers at The Lee Company are the critical connection between the engineering and business sides of the company. This role is regularly collaborating with design and manufacturing engineering, production planning, quality control, sales and marketing. You will collaborate with field sales worldwide to create customer proposals across a range of products and markets and communicate customer requirements to design engineers developing new or customized products.
Project Engineers at The Lee Company lead new product development from the initial product concept through the design, testing, and analysis process and ultimately into production. This position is responsible for working with purchasing and manufacturing on issues related to materials and production, and with sales to provide technical assistance to customers. Project Engineers are hands-on at The Lee Company as they are fully engaged in the prototyping, testing, and analysis of new products.
Sales Engineers at The Lee Company actively engage with our customers to solve engineering problems that result in the development of new products. Continually seeking business development opportunities, Sales Engineers look to apply The Lee Company solutions to applications in a wide range of industries including aerospace, space, automotive, scientific instruments, diagnostics, oil and gas equipment, motorsports, and more.
Machine Repair Technicians plan, layout and perform highly diversified work to maintain and repair all types of CNC turning and injection molding machines, components of production machines and equipment. The position requires a high degree of knowledge, skill, and experience in machine repair, installation and trouble shooting. Good communication, organizational skills and adherence to company safety policies and procedures are required.
The Lee Company is a close-knit, family-owned company with employees who are passionate about solving the engineering problems that our customers entrust to us while supporting our employees and our community. It is our utmost mission to provide high-quality fluid control products to our customers – while also enabling a healthy work-life balance for our employees.
Every Lee employee shares a common goal to supply our customers with the highest quality and most dependable fluid control solutions available. We’re dedicated to solving the toughest problems in the industry. As technology has evolved, one thing hasn’t changed since Leighton Lee II started the company back in 1948: our culture. Our guiding principles impact every Lee component we create and reflect our proud history, passion, and resolve to be the best.
A family-owned and operated company since 1948, The Lee Company continues to carry out our founder’s vision of providing innovative solutions for fluid control.