Lockheed Martin – Littleton, CO
degree in Mechanical, Aerospace or Civil Engineering, or relevant experience.. Requires good verbal and written communication skills, and the ability… Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin – Owego, NY
Applicant will work with the Platform Installation Engineering team to research, develop, design and test the installation of various… Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin – Melbourne, FL
Individual will work as part of a team providing flight support; interpretation of surveillance systems products; O&M on aerostat avionics, acoustic… Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin – Liverpool, NY
This mechanical engineer will work as part of an engineering team to develop mechanical design solutions to a variety of problems including thermal… Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin – Goleta, CA
- Understanding of infrared and FPA manufacturing technologies. - Closed cycle cryogenic systems. - MATLAB programming expertise. - Familiar with… Lockheed Martin
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I worked at Lockheed Martin full-time
Big company, lots of job openings and easy to move around to other programs or locations if your manager is well connected (which mine was). For the most part, I always enjoyed the work I was doing, and my specific manager was great for career planning. Even though I'm not part of the company anymore, he is still my mentor and we talk regularly. Good 401k benefits, not sure that's still true for brand new employees.
I worked in a team environment, with Lockheed as the prime and Boeing and others as subs. Lockheed's compensation was average for the industry, but lower than its partners. It can be easy to get lost in a big corporation, and can be very frustrating when you don't get to share in the success of the company (no annual bonus based on company performance). They're very stingy when it comes to happy hours, christmas parties, general employee social events, but that's also not necessarily how you judge a good company.
Advice to Management
Give more power to lower level managers. My manager had to get 5 approvals to get someone a $3000 raise.