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4 days ago

Info Assurance Engineer

Lockheed Martin Richland, WA

This position will be part of the cyber security team for a Department of Energy enterprise network of approximately 7,000 users. This position is… Lockheed Martin

8 hrs ago

Software Engineer Asc – new

Lockheed Martin Richland, WA

include; analyzing customer requirements, designing and developing custom components and interfaces, managing custom and vendor provided upgrades to… Lockheed Martin

4 days ago

Network Data Comm Anlyst Asc

Lockheed Martin Richland, WA

Operational monitoring, traffic analysis, system administration and proactive management of an Enterprise or wide area network. Monitor, report and… Lockheed Martin

8 hrs ago

Sr. Computer Systems Architect – new

Lockheed Martin Richland, WA

Lockheed Martin is looking for a Sr. Computer Systems Architect to join our team in our Richland, WA office. The ideal candidate will provide design… Lockheed Martin

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    Work there for a few years to get some experience, then move on to greener pastures.

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    Former Employee - Network Administrator in Richland, WA
    Former Employee - Network Administrator in Richland, WA

    I worked at Lockheed Martin


    Lockheed has very mature Dev, Test, and Production operation processes, and well-enforced operation policies, which leads to a nice, stable environment.

    Lockheed also supports and frequently wins new government and commercial contracts, so you'll get experience supporting a variety of different agencies & industries.

    Technical leadership is strong - at least in terms of familiarity with existing contract support.


    They're extremely cheap. No bonuses, and the below-average raises often don't cover the annual cost-of-living increase OR the increased costs employees pay for their "benefits". This is partially a result of being a government contractor, where income is somewhat fixed.

    Uncertainty over contract renewals can also be stressful.

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    Hope that someone eventually replaces Linda Gooden...

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