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Comp Systems Architect Stf

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

•Researches, architects, designs, develops, and/or modifies enterprise-wide systems and/or applications software including Health Information… Lockheed Martin

1 day ago

Junior, Java Engineer – new

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

The Mission Accomplishment and Regulatory Compliance Services (MARCS) project supports the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Office of Regulatory… Lockheed Martin

23 days ago

Bus Dev Pro / Senior Staff / Unmanned Air Solutions / UAV's / DC, MD, AL, or NY

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

The Business Development Analyst will be responsible for identifying, qualifying, developing and capturing new business initiatives in international… Lockheed Martin

28 days ago

Computer Systems Analyst

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

The candidate will be responsible for operations and maintenance of client/server web based application architectures. The web based application… Lockheed Martin

12 days ago

Systems Analyst

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

The selected candidate will provide support to the Social Security Administration in the areas of analysis, design, and technical documentation of… Lockheed Martin

9 days ago

Mainframe/SAS developer

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

will include analyzing, coding, testing, and maintaining software according to specifications, as well as debugging problems, documenting existing… Lockheed Martin

7 days ago

Unix/Linux System Administrator

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

Unix/Linux System Administration will: Possess advanced Unix/Linux System Administration skills and networking, shell scripting, and system… Lockheed Martin

26 days ago

Web Developer/ .NET Developer

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

Exciting opportunity on an IS&GS Civil Program that is responsible for providing a full range of IT integration services and supporting a… Lockheed Martin

11 days ago

Logistics Mgmt Analyst Asc

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

Supply Chain Management. Working knowledge of the Government's ordering processes and requirements, to include review of Government solicitations and… Lockheed Martin

12 days ago

Senior Level IBM z/OS Application Developer

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

The position will report to the SSA Validation and Testing team and will be responsible for the planning, execution, problem resolution, and… Lockheed Martin

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    I have been working at Lockheed Martin


    Lockheed Martin is a fast-growing company, with plenty of diverse job opportunities in all sorts of areas, from Procurement to Compliance to Engineering (of course!). A sizeable chunk of its workforce of 140,000 people is retiring within the next decade, and there are going to be many openings to fill when the baby-boomer generation leaves work. While Lockheed's benefits may not be as good as they may have been - mostly because their pension benefits have been eliminated like at most other firms - they still provide a very competitive package along with generous pay. Another reason to work here that may appeal to some people is the opportunity to move around to various offices around the country. With 60+ offices scattered throughout North America (the US and Canada), offices in the UK, and even one in Argentina, there is sure to be a location to match your needs and interests. The people have been very nice and helpful in general, and I find that there seems to be a minimum of backstabbing and other devious behavior.


    Like any other large corporation, there are going to be distasteful aspects. One for me has been the sometimes ridiculous amount of time it takes to get people to do things. The bureaucracy can be intense, especially since Lockheed Martin has to abide by so many government rules, regulations, and restrictions. For example, getting a very basic security clearance took weeks if not months, along with me having to fill out piles of paperwork and an EXHAUSTIVE life summary. I'm surprised that anyone can remember that much information, and the only reason I was able to is because I've kept detailed records of my employment history and other things. Another somewhat annoying aspect has been staying busy at all times. It sometimes seems that everyone is too busy to really sit down and talk with the interns. However, to give the issue justice, everyone probably IS really busy, and there sometimes is a good level of fun and games in the office that helps liven up the mood and keep everyone friendly.

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    As an intern, I think that Senior Management did a fairly decent job at communicating with us. I'm not familiar enough with the upper-level aspects of the company to comment on whether or not they're doing their jobs effectively. I DO know that Lockheed Martin is quickly growing and diversifying, and Senior Management seems to be doing good things for the company's sustainability.

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