I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Lockheed Martin.
Interview Details – 5 hour interview by 4 different people
Interview Question – No difficult questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiation unnecessary
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Lockheed Martin.
Interview Details – Process went fairly smooth, though there was a long time between applying and hearing anything from the company. The interview itself was pretty standard, weighing heavily on behavioral based questions. I was not asked many technical questions themselves, but tried to bring that out with the behavioral questions. Interviewers were amiable and easy to get along with.
Interview Question – What has been your most significant accomplishment. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details –
Here's how it worked for me....I had a Lockheed Martin employee friend that put me in contact with the hiring manager that was hiring for an opening I saw in the company website. I called the manager to confirm he had received my resume, because I had posted it several weeks prior on the company career portal. The manager said he had not received my resume, but HR reviews and filters the resumes on general criteria so he should be getting it soon if I was a solid candidate. Being that this was an experienced position, I didn't want to leave a proper review of my resume to chance so I emailed it directly to the hiring manager. Even if had not done this, I was pretty sure my resume would find its way because my experiences (and the way I described my experience in my resume) was an absolute dead on fit for the position as described on the company website, but I figured it wouldn't hurt if I sent it to the manager directly.
Anyway...a couple more weeks went by so I dug up an general number (guard post) for the work location on the company website and was able to get the local HR contact info from that call. I called local HR and they confirmed my resume was received and was being reviewed. I got a call a few days later to schedule an interview. There were 3 interview dates to choose from. It's probably worth noting I had a pretty decent cover letter along with my resume that demonstrated I had done some research on the position, the organization, and how my experiences would relate and how I could contribute immediately.
The interview was panel style done in a conference room. There was probably about 20 minutes of intro chit chat and familiarization type conversation to break the ice. Then, four people interviewed me taking turns asking scripted questions that they said all candidates were asked for the sake of consistency. It was formal in that sense but also fairly laid back. They asked about 10 situational/behavioral questions and 10 technical job specific questions. The job specific stuff came almost word for word straight off the job posting, so they weren't difficult to respond to. The behavioral ones were also pretty easy and were like...tell me about a time you work unsupervised...tell me about a time you are proudest when you contributed to a team....tell me about when you had to deal with a difficult person.... The interview lasted exactly 1 1/2 hours.
When I was done I felt like it went pretty well with the exception of maybe one guy I didn't feel like I impressed or answered his question well. I sent thank you notes via email the next day and followed up with hard copy notes. A couple of weeks went by with no word so I called the hiring manager and left a vmail. He called back the next day and said the interview went well and I should be contacted by HR soon. The next day HR called and gave me the offer over the phone and said I would be getting an email with the details.
Interview Question – Probably the toughest are the behavioral questions. They really aren't that hard but I felt like I could have been more polished on the delivery of my response. So just be prepared and even practice answering them out loud to yourself. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I tried to negotiate the salary but it was firm and they didn't budge. They gave me 1 week to respond to the offer, and I requested an additional week to consider it and this additional time was granted. All negotiation was done with HR and I did it via email. I accepted the position. By all means, please negotiate. I spoke with several people that wished the would have so I gave it a try and lost nothing by doing so.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Lockheed Martin.
Interview Details – Phone interview. Asked if I was a quick learner, and can pick things up in a hurry. I thought we stumbled through the interview, and it could have been a little more tactful, and describe the job at hand a little more.
Interview Question – If I was a quick learner. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was told numerous things with different people. The requisite indicated a relocation package is negotiable, but HR wiped it off of the table.
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I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details – Initial contact made through university recruiting events and info sessions. Applied through university (good resume and GPA a must). Scheduled an interview for the following week. The interview itself consisted of a tour of the campus and then a short series of questions. I spoke with my future direct supervisor and the director of the project. There was no technical aspect really...just touching on my previous experiences. I was told the hiring decision takes approximately two weeks, but I received a call back within a few days with an offer.
Negotiation Details – No negotiations. Just choosing a starting date.
I applied through other source and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details – There has been no interview but talk to some of the manager and they gave me information on a position in King of Prussia that there is a opening for stockroom.
Interview Question – It was very hard on me when I had gotten laided off this year not use to sitting home and what I have to go though to try to get back into the company I feel that they know I am trying to come back and with my experience they should call me back. View Answer
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details – My interview was for a Systems Engineering postion. No technical questions were asked. All questions were behavioral in nature. The interview for those coming in at a salary grade 2 will generally be based on whether or not you will be a good cultural fit to the company.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in five years? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details – I talked to them at my Universities Job Fair and received a phone call about two hours after the event ended scheduling an interview for the next day. The interview was at a Starbucks and they put all of your information into iPads, so you spend some time sitting as they type. All of the questions were about my resume and past experience. Very casual and straightforward.
Interview Question – Nothing unexpected, just details about past experience and what I could see myself doing for the company. Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details – Submitted Resume online through their careers page. Next day received an email from one of their recruiters stating the target goals and salary for this position. After responding to that email I was contacted a day later for a phone interview. It was a panel of 5 people and strait forward. hard to hear their questions as there were 5 people plus me on the conference call type phone interview.
Interview Question – Give an example of working in a group and one or more people weren't pulling their weight? How did you handle the situation and what was the outcome? View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Lockheed Martin in October 2013.
Interview Details – Interviewed at career fair. Second interview via teleconference. Process took about a month.
Interview Question – Basic technical skills. Answer Question
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