NOC Specialist (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 26, 2016
National Support Center is 24 hour working environment, busy but we always find ways to get the job done. I involves multi tasking, something that I have become accustomed to. Now I can handle job involving multi tasking
very relaxed an nice clean environment.i loved it here
material handler (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 7, 2016
typical day,laughter and joy.learned to prepare kit boms.management was very awesome.very understanding and helpful with your job.my coworkers were just awesome,worked with a lot of wonderful people.no hard part of the job.most enjoyable was being able to meet and work with a lot of awesome people everyday,just being in such a nice environment.
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Anonymous – February 6, 2016
Company has sound ethics and provides challenging, interesting, and meaningful work for employees. It has great training for program management, less so for engineering. It would be great to see more investment in spreading positive culture to all sites and training for management in ensuring work-life balance.
Implementation of new designs to support manufacturing processes
Manufacturing Engineer II (Current Employee) – Ocala, FL – February 6, 2016
Work with a diverse team of multiple disciplines while providing support to production operations and manufacturing. Strive for continuous improvement of tooling, process and quality control for all manufacturing builds.
Systems Engineer Sr / Global Sustainment (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – February 3, 2016
Great place for those looking to retire or never advance. Everyone gets inflation based raises and that's all. No one gets promoted, no one gets fired. Bad employees are just pushed to the side and more work is given to the good employees while everyone makes the same pay.
Senior Information Assurance engineer (Former Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – February 2, 2016
Implemented DCID 6/3, ICD 503, and other regulations and policies for a SAP (Special Access Program). Responsible for overall C&A process for over thirty (30) companies (CONUS and OCONUS) sites and in some cases, acted as the Certifying Official (CO).
Engineer (Former Employee) – Schenectady, NY – February 1, 2016
I worked at KAPL, Inc., which is a Department of Energy Laboratory where US Navy nuclear reactors are designed. My co-workers were generally very intelligent and the work challenged me to grow very quickly as an engineer. The best supervisor I ever had was at KAPL. He challenged me to pursue answers, to ask questions and answer with facts.
My personal life saw a dark tragedy at the end of my time there. KAPL management and senior management were very supportive of my situation and went out of their way to provide what I needed, even knowing that I was not going to be able to continue working there.
Very intelligent people, important work
Due to nature of work, was out of touch with commercial nuclear power industry
Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee) – Northern Virginia – February 1, 2016
Love working for LM. Great people, mission, and culture. Down to earth people that are still very professional and successful. LM is the best of the best in the defense industry, and it shows in the office. The people who work here are extremely smart, goal oriented, and know how to keep the company competitive.
Culture, people, flexibility
Benefits not as great as you would expect and not as good as their competitors
Systems Integration/Test Engineer Sr (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – January 31, 2016
Most enjoyable part of work was coming to work everyday knowing that my work mattered and it made a difference to many people around the world. I felt great pride and satisfaction in what I was working on.
Great team environment and dynamic, Great benefits
Hand solder (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – January 31, 2016
Its a shame the LM Closed its doors in Akron. The LM team was one I will never forget, I miss working for them. LM built a good relationship with all of its people and helped the community along the way.
Staff Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – January 30, 2016
Lockheed Martin is a great place to work. The projects are highly technical and so I learned a lot by being exposes to some of the smarts people in the industry. The work culture was like a family at the time I was there. Although like most families theirs were issues. The hardest part about the job for me was leaving but it was necessary at the time. Most enjoyable part and the company was the type of projects I've been involved in.