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26 days ago

Senior Software Engineer (OOD/SysML/UML)

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

Lockheed Martin Operations Support, Inc. seeks a Software Development Analyst Staff in Baltimore, MD to be responsible for requirements analysis… Lockheed Martin

26 days ago

Mult Func Fin Analyst Stf

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

including Orders/Sales/EBIT/Cash reporting, Risk/Oppy tracking, invoicing and cash collections will be requirements for the successful candidate… Lockheed Martin

18 days ago

Software Engineer Asc

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD +2 locations

This position will be responsible for performing Java software development and/or COTS integration. Duties include full development life cycle… Lockheed Martin

23 days ago

REXX/CLIST Professional

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

13 days ago

Field Engineer Sr

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

To become an integral part of a highly valued Field Engineering team. Provide maintenance support for operation, maintenance, installation and… Lockheed Martin

18 days ago

Systems Integration/Test Engineer

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

21 days ago

Senior Java Developer

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

Lockheed Martin delivers services and technical leadership for mission-critical federal government, public sector, and private sector. This position… Lockheed Martin

8 days ago

Sr. Java Architect with Hadoop Development

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD

The Senior Java Architect shall develop & maintain Java based Web Applications on a Hadoop platform using Cloudera 4.0/5.0. They have prime… Lockheed Martin

21 days ago

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

10 hrs ago

College Student Tech (Intern) – new

Lockheed Martin Baltimore, MD +3 locations

This position is for a 2015 Summer Internship position in the Engineering organization in the Mission Systems and Training Business Area. Candidate… Lockheed Martin

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    Great starting point for new college hires, but you need to apply elsewhere after 2 years to get paid correctly.

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    Former Employee - Manufacturing Engineer in Marietta, GA
    Former Employee - Manufacturing Engineer in Marietta, GA

    I worked at Lockheed Martin full-time (more than 5 years)


    -9x80 schedule is great!
    -Paid holidays
    -VERY flexible vacation/sick leave policy (you can work your vacation/sick leave off over the next 2 months)
    -Easy to set yourself apart from coworkers, since most of them are nearing retirement and don't have the knowledge or will to keep up with younger, more energetic and enthusiastic talent
    -Easy to get friends and others hired, provided your manager goes the extra mile for you
    -Relaxed working atmosphere
    -Relocation packages are common and highly valued


    -Aging workforce means there is a lot of tribal knowledge and a lack of adherence to process/procedure
    -As a young engineer, you will probably end up working FAR harder than your level 4+ coworkers while getting none of the pay to back that up
    -5 hour mandatory overtime "gate", you need to work at least 5 hours over your normal week in order to get any overtime pay, which is straight-time only (not time and a half, etc.)
    -Lack of upward advancement, most of the people there have been there for at least 20 years, and they aren't going anywhere. Its common knowledge that it is extremely hard to be fired once you are in, although layoffs do happen fairly often in an effort to keep the older workforce there.
    -Upper management favors those who kiss-butt rather than those who perform, so a fishing buddy of upper management will probably get a higher raise than someone who produces more and serves a more pivotal role
    -Nepotism is rampant, most of my former coworkers were finance/business/arts majors working as engineers on aircraft rather than aerospace/mechanical/electrical engineers
    -The union basically runs the place. Regardless of how inept the worker is, the union always finds a way to save them instead of letting their work speak for itself. Numerous people have caused easily $200,000+ worth of damage and were given easier jobs along with handsome raises. Management is really serving in a lame-duck role when it comes to disciplining employees intentionally causing damage.

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    Reward young talent rather than giving credit to those who don't deserve it.
    Promote on time or early based on performance rather than years of service.

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