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Electrical Engineer Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Lockheed Martin.
Just got an invite to come to the site and talk with the people - weren't any technical questions. got teh offer tow weeks later
- wasn't asked any technical questions. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Lockheed Martin in February 2012.
Lockheed Martin reached out to me after my hiring manager found my resume in their system from an online application I had submitted about 3 months prior. From there they contacted me about doing an on-site interview at their Sunnvyale, CA facility. Travel was paid for, interview was 3-4 30-minute interviews with members of HR and my hiring manager. All questions were behavioral (no technical), they using a process called STAR (situation, task, action, result). Questions were along the lines of: "talk about a situation where you had a communication breakdown, and how you resolved it" and "talk about a time when you had a particularly successful team experience, and why it was successful".
- You have to fill the room we are in with ping-pong balls. How would you go about doing it? Answer Question
Lockheed does not negotiate intern salaries, they are fixed based on completed units.
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I applied through other source. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Lockheed Martin (Orlando, FL) in August 2011.
I ran into a hiring manager in the hallway. He was lost and I helped him find where he wanted to go. I saw he had a Lockheed shirt on so I asked him about the place. That question turned into a 20 minute conversation and he gave me an interview.
The interview was pretty straightforward. No technical questions, all character questions. Got an offer for a position a couple of weeks later.
- Describe a time you had issues with a person that you were working with on a group project? 1 Answer
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ months – interviewed at Lockheed Martin (Los Angeles, CA) in October 2010.
First a phone screening interview. General questions about your background, experience, very basic technical questions about your resume etc. If looks like a good match, then on-site interview. This is more in-depth and technical. Some will ask you circuit questions, others some behavioral/personality questions. Third phone interview for asking your interests etc.
- Nothing particularly difficult. If you know your basics, you should do fine. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 6 weeks – interviewed at Lockheed Martin (Santa Maria, CA) in April 2010.
I interviewed with Lockheed Martin during my final quarter at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. The odd thing was that I interviewed with recruiters from Houston looking for software engineers, and as I was a power engineer, I thought the interview was a waste of time. A month or so later I was contacted by a division of Lockheed Martin that was hiring within 20 miles of my home in Arroyo Grande.
- As I was highly trained in facility type power distribution, and the job was for this specialty, I had very little trouble with the inview questions. I think I knew more about the subject than the interviewers. Answer Question
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