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4 days ago

Bus Devel Analyst Sr Stf

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

Lockheed Martin is seeking a Business Development (BD) Sr Staff. The Business Development Sr Staff will lead activities related to the identification… Lockheed Martin


7 days ago

Technician Field Spec

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

include providing mechanical support to installed facility Mission Critical Support for Hull, Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) equipment. This… Lockheed Martin


18 days ago

Engineering Technician VI

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

FACSFAC is a Naval Command providing surveillance, scheduling and control of offshore Warning Areas. The Naval Air Warfare Aircraft Division (NAWCAD… Lockheed Martin


25 days ago

Engineering Planner - Aegis Modernization

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

Support Aegis Modernization Team San Diego as administrative and financial support to the Lockheed Martin Site Manager. Duties will include… Lockheed Martin


23 days ago

Mult Fnc Info Sys Anlst Stf

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

Candidate shall be integrated into the LCS Program Office in San Diego CA and will be the Subject Matter Expert for the use and maintenance of the… Lockheed Martin


13 days ago

Computer Sys Analyst Sr

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

This is a Blue Sky requisition for a position contingent upon award of a contract. The position is located in San Diego. The work will be performed… Lockheed Martin


18 days ago

Engineering Technician V

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

FACSFAC is a Naval Command providing surveillance, scheduling and control of offshore Warning Areas. The Naval Air Warfare Aircraft Division (NAWCAD… Lockheed Martin


11 days ago

C-130J Airframe, Powerpant, Avionics, or Electrical Field Service Representative

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

C-130J Airframe/Power Plant or Avionics/Electrical Field Service Representative (FSR) at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar, California. Must be… Lockheed Martin


19 days ago

Customer Trainer Stf

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

The LCS Customer Trainer supports the LCS Training Lead in performance of the following tasks: •Conduct of Combat Systems Training. This includes… Lockheed Martin


20 hrs ago

Network Engineer Stf – new

Lockheed Martin San Diego, CA

This is a Blue Sky requisition for a position contingent upon award of a contract. The position is located in San Diego. The work will be performed… Lockheed Martin


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    Current Employee - Engineering Manager  in  San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Engineering Manager in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at Lockheed Martin full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Our site was fortunate in having a lot of interesting and challenging projects to work on. The engineers I worked with in my group were bright, motivated, and really challenged one another to improve. Good benefits and pay although health care was getting slashed every year.

    Cons

    Senior management seems far more interested in managing the stock price than they do in the long term outlook for the company. Corporate politics and business units weigh in heavily on what funds you receive for pursuing new business and doing research and dev. Our expertise was sometimes used on proposals but the work went elsewhere. Company seems disinterested in supporting CA, moving work to lower cost centers abroad. Race to the bottom is on in moving to a services company with low labor rates. Limited ability to move up or break through the glass ceiling. Many different cultures exist at different sites, and business units tend to compete with one another rather than collaborate. Numerous ethical complaints at our site were never resolved.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Allow engineering to organize across talent pools and teams rather than projects. Decouple from the PM organization. Provide a more transparent process for competing for both R&D and B&P funds. Invest in going after smaller projects, as those allow you to build relationships with customers that eventually translate into the big wins you're always chasing. Give up the Jack Welch model that forces everyone into buckets and forces out the bottom tier, as this also motivates a lot of better engineers to leave. Focus on what made you great, which is attracting and retaining talented engineers and allowing them to go after and perform challenging work.

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