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What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Lockheed Martin?

What do you like best about working at Lockheed Martin? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

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SickOfLockheed in Washington, District of Columbia

89 months ago

Get your money when you join!!! The hiring manager has the latitude to raise you one level which means more pay. This is a little-known secret.

They promise promotions and large increases t get you in the door, but they rarely happen. Hiring managers have goals to make so some will say anything to get you to join. Many of us jump for other companies and then come back at higher pay levels. It's the only way to really make this happen.

The salary bands overlap between levels and Lockheed likes to keep people at or near the medium for the salary band where they reside. That being said, if you get a fantastic review and are at the medium for your salary band, your raise will be next to nothing. If you get an average review and your salary is below the medium, odds are your raise will bring you up to the medium. Pay for performance is a literal joke.

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lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas

89 months ago

SickOfLockheed in Washington, District of Columbia said: Get your money when you join!!! The hiring manager has the latitude to raise you one level which means more pay. This is a little-known secret.

They promise promotions and large increases t get you in the door, but they rarely happen. Hiring managers have goals to make so some will say anything to get you to join. Many of us jump for other companies and then come back at higher pay levels. It's the only way to really make this happen.

The salary bands overlap between levels and Lockheed likes to keep people at or near the medium for the salary band where they reside. That being said, if you get a fantastic review and are at the medium for your salary band, your raise will be next to nothing. If you get an average review and your salary is below the medium, odds are your raise will bring you up to the medium. Pay for performance is a literal joke.

I bet you are on someone's don't re-hire list.

Sickoflockeed's first less than truthful statement
1.The hiring manager has the latitude to raise you one level which means more pay. This is a little-known secret.

not true-if you don't qualify for the next highest level with the appropriate years of experience and degree the comp person will not approve the offer. Sure if you find a candidate for a level 3 req who happens to be able to qualify for a level 4 req they can raise the level but it is not done unless you are qualified and then the position is changed to reflect that and re-posted to give everyone with the required years of experience to compete.

Sickoflockeed's second less than truthful statement
2. Many of us jump for other companies and then come back at higher pay levels. It's the only way to really make this happen.

Not true- jump to Boeing and come back in less than 2 years and you come back at the same pay rate + whatever you would have gotten in merit increases.

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SickOfLockheed in Washington, District of Columbia

89 months ago

lockheedhack,

The "do not-rehire" flag is set by HR for extreme infractions like mis-reporting hours worked (cheating the government) or doing something else illegal. The company does not want to wind-up on the front page of the Washington Post and that's what the do not-rehire flag is for: risky employees who committed infractions in the past. I do not blame Lockheed for this. Look at what happened to Titan and Boeing on separate occasions. In Titan's case, it was ONE employee who put them in the papers!

Not True at all regarding full scope polygraph staff who leave. There is an ongoing recruiting effort to bring back employees who leave. Do you think said employees would take lower or the same pay with the right credentials? Look at the people who jumped to Orbital and were rehired within two years at a higher level. What about the three who left for SAIC as and came back a level higher within a year? Too bad we can't use names on here. What about the two testers who left Sentinel only to come back with another division at a higher salary band? Did Lockheed lower these rates or did they want to lose the bodies and clearances again?

You have your nose in your backsides in Ft. Worth. God love ya'll, but you ain't working on the east coast and are in a different division. Aero knows nothing about what really happens in GSS or Corporate. The comp. person approves what the VP tells them to approve so don't kid yourself.

People reading these posts deserve to know the truth. Lockheed is a good company, they get the job done right, they fix what is not right often at a loss, they are for the most part ethical, but don't let them promise you things they know they will never deliver (promotions, more money for taking a key position, a computer, etc..).

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Available-4-Hire in Castro Valley, California

89 months ago

Host said: What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Lockheed Martin?

What do you like best about working at Lockheed Martin? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

The greatest advantage I have found in my years as a contract hire and direct employee at Lockheed Martin is the freedom to work the hours that best suits your personal needs or commute requirements. So long as you maintain a good working relationship with the person you are doing the work for and you get the job done on time and in a profession manner, a salaried employee can pretty much come and go as he pleases.

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Melanie in Keyport, New Jersey

88 months ago

Lockheed does not have a do not rehire flag. It's a myth. I'm a top HR person with the company so let's not go around spreading rumors. It's true that there is a special flag for people who violate the law as outlined in a posting above, but it's not called the do not rehire flag.

To set a flag for anything else would be discriminatory.

Lockheed is about inclusion and diversity and we hold these value very dear to our hearts. We do welcome back ex-employees at industry acceptable rates even if higher than when they left. We feel they have more to offer being elsewhere in some cases. We need to set the record straight once and for all. In Jersey we do not have the clearance issues they do in other parts of the country and competition for talent is fierce. We cannot provide more for someone with a special clearance because it violates our internal policies. We tried to pay more in the past and people without special clearances complained so we abolished this practice.

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Melanie in Keyport, New Jersey

88 months ago

I forgot to add that Lockheed hires back people who left in good standing meaning no legal infractions. I used to work in the DC/VA area and we would take almost anyone with a top clearance as long as their customer liked them or we needed them for a proposal effort. The bad part is we no longer offer a pension so those people are out in the cold if they had the pension before.

I'm not so sure this happens with non-IT employees so if someone could speak for them this would be nice.

cheers.

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why me lord? in Denver, Colorado

88 months ago

The company is horrible. Everyone is unhappy. People are constantly being haranged. Benefits are fleeting. Management is top heavy and underworked and therefore institute unecessary policies and procedures-constantly. Frustrated workforce. No retirement benefits for new hires. Why would anyone want to work here?

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Bear in San Leandro, California

88 months ago

Sheesh, from reading all these posts I'm kinda glad they've decided to withdraw my offer now. I now work for IBM: pay and benefits are way better!!! woohoo!

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Top Heavy in Rego Park, New York

88 months ago

Management is top-heavy and the pay is lower than the industry standards. I work in Jersey for MS2 and the original question about extra perks should be ansered: NO!

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why me lord? in Denver, Colorado

88 months ago

They can't even keep HR people employed for any length of time. As soon as they see how personnel are treated they quit and find employment elsewhere. Employees over 40 are discriminated against. There is some evidence to support that those over 40 are terminated unecessarily. Those with illnesses are weeded out and teminated. Forget about having a disability they will find a way to get rid of you too. As for benefits there is a push to one medical plan, but that is just the beginning. They are redesigning the compamy clinics and will begin to do "basic health care" for employees. Read they will have access to your DNA and medical histories. This company is EVIL!

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lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas

88 months ago

Why me Lord says,
They can't even keep HR people employed for any length of time. As soon as they see how personnel are treated they quit and find employment elsewhere. Employees over 40 are discriminated against. There is some evidence to support that those over 40 are terminated unecessarily. Those with illnesses are weeded out and teminated. Forget about having a disability they will find a way to get rid of you too. As for benefits there is a push to one medical plan, but that is just the beginning. They are redesigning the compamy clinics and will begin to do "basic health care" for employees. Read they will have access to your DNA and medical histories. This company is EVIL!

oh no, we're doomed....doomed I say!
yeah and we just hired mini-me and Doctor Evil.

what a load of BS.
Produce your evidence

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Anonymous Perp in Denver, Colorado

88 months ago

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lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas

88 months ago

the article is about the claims of people saying forced ranking is a way to discriminate..............just an opinion......no cases brought against Lockheed or cases adjudicated against Lockheed. Try again.

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Jill in Dallas, Texas

88 months ago

Try this moron. Its not an opinion its a syndrome. We see it and how "forced rankings" destroy moral and the fabric of functional teams. Because of it all lockheed is left with are A$$ kissers like you. Its all about looking ethical isn't it. The other guy is right this company is evil.

www.eeoc.gov/press/11-21-96.html

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Scared to work here in Dallas, Texas

88 months ago

From an internal distribution. If this doesn't violate the intent of an employees rights to privacy then I don't know what does! This is an organized effort to IDENTIFY those employees with pre-existing medical conditions and will give the corporation access to at least some of your medical information. When you hire on with LM they think they own you even after you retire.

Headlines > Latest Headlines Last Updated: January 17, 2007
Latest Headlines
Corporate Medical Director Appointed - 01/17/2007
In 2006, Lockheed Martin elevated the importance of employee, dependent and retiree health and wellness by
establishing the LM HealthWorks organization in HR Services. As part of this effort, the company's medical clinics will
soon be realigned to report to the LM HealthWorks organization through a newly appointed corporate medical director,
Charles M. Yarborough, III, M.D., M.P.H.

This restructuring of internal clinics will not be complete until 2010, but some expanded services and changes in how the
clinics run may be seen by the end of 2007. In the future, clinics will work with Lockheed Martin health plans and become part of an organized health-care arrangement where they will fall under the umbrella of privacy protection.

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Sam in Spring Mount, Pennsylvania

88 months ago

All of the above is fantastic! Good information and it seems factual.

People with clearances give the gov't access to their medical records by default. Now corporations like LockMart will have it. Just great. This is another reason why I left Lockheed after 20 years for a smaller company. I do not look back, but miss the pension accumulation. Any word if that is going away also?

Keep up the good factual posting work and I can confirm that there is not a do-not-rehire flag as I did a rotation in HR and Legal.

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lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas

88 months ago

Jill in Dallas, Texas said: Try this moron. Its not an opinion its a syndrome. We see it and how "forced rankings" destroy moral and the fabric of functional teams. Because of it all lockheed is left with are A$$ kissers like you. Its all about looking ethical isn't it. The other guy is right this company is evil.

www.eeoc.gov/press/11-21-96.html

Moron and an @aa kissers huh.......you are definitly a professional I am sure anyone would love to have on their team.

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Charile Yi in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

88 months ago

Word at Valley Forge (GSS) is that the pension will be frozen starting next year. People with the pension will be capped and nothing will be added to their accumulation except for interest. LG is cheap and is cost-cutting to add to shareholder value. The managed health care is only a few years away where employees will have one option for company-sponsored health care. Opting out will not be rewarded monetarily anymore. That is, currently employees are paid a small sum for not taking a health care election. This too will end.

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Charile Yi in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

88 months ago

I am not sure and will find out and post again. My first inclination is it will be up to the individual HR Business Partner. Better hope it is not an unseasoned ELDP on a rotation and it's a more mature person who is experienced. I've seen it go both ways in my own case and others I hired.

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Charile Yi in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

88 months ago

In all my years I never saw a do not rehire flag so it really is a myth. Let us stick to facts here. I did rotations all over the company and just double checked with some very reliable sources. If we can make money putting you on contract we most likely will given you perform up to expectations. What scares us all is the redesign of the company health care clinics. Reminds many of us of the company store and hospital in the old iron mills. We cannot all drink the same cool aid.

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LockheedJack in Dallas, Texas

88 months ago

Charile Yi in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania said: What scares us all is the redesign of the company health care clinics. Reminds many of us of the company store and hospital in the old iron mills. We cannot all drink the same cool aid.

It should scare you. How would you like your performance review or possibility for advancement based on your Body Mass Index, cholesterol level, prescription drugs or God forbid you're a cancer survivor? What about that dangerous hobby you engage in? You live in what neighborhood? Is this what employees can expect from their employers in the future?

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Skip in Holbrook, Massachusetts

88 months ago

WOW. I heard LMCO was changing their health care approach. The company has even confirmed this via email to employees. This is almost socialism. I am out on long-term medical disability due to getting hurt in The Army Reserves and LMCO is treating me very well. BTW - I'm over 40 and have not been laid off while recovering. However, looking at the latest health care planned changes I'm getting a little worried. Last month the Human Resources person also said the pension is changing for the worse but she has since quit so anymore information posted here would be appreciated. I work from a Washington, DC area location and am in Massachusetts recuperating so contact with the company is minimal.

God Bless.

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Sunny in New York, New York

88 months ago

I worked in LM HR and while there is not a do not rehire flag someone can add comments in a text field but that is rare and reserved for extreme circumstances. The Regional Recruiting Centers have the option to read this field or not when rehiring someone. More than likely if they need your skills again they will skip over this field and hire you back. I just hired a guy who switched between LM an NG three times in ten years and received a hefty raise every time. I work at Northrup Grumman now and the same is true there.

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DoneWithLockheed in Brooklyn, New York

88 months ago

I worked for GE/LockMart on four different occasions when in the Philly area.

--Each time I was hired back for more money but the last time the pension was no longer offered so beware. They were all different groups - some were virtual meaning I could work from home which was NJ at the time - and different clients over a nine year period. One was an internal position working a research project which was canned after eight months because the woman running it was an idiot and overspent the budget.
--My managers would often be on the west coast or in Utah and had no clue what I was doing so when it came to the performance appraisal they hosed me once so I left for two months and came back at a higher level - 4 to a 5.
--We made less money than our counterparts in Washington, DC or Northern California and LockMart justified this as a "lower cost of living" in Philly. Well....some of us commuted from Jersey which they never factored into the equation. What a crock of baloney.

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gojackets in Augusta, Georgia

88 months ago

I worked for LM in Marietta, GA. It was a pretty rough work atmosphere. If all you are interested in is money as a new hire out of college you will do fine. But career growth is horrendous. They sit you in a cube and lock you up. Communication between groups is very bad. Communication within groups is very bad. As a new hire out of college I would expect 10 years before a middle management position, minimum. I already have more responsibility in my new job than I would expected to get there in the next 5 yrs. I would probablly only consider working there again if it was a dire emergency and I needed a job very very badly. Which I don't expect to be the case.

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Lala15 in Kansas

85 months ago

Well, I am interested in the company. My question is for the HR reps.
I am a new graduate. I am very interested in the company and I usually visit the career center online. However, it seems that applying online is not very efficient. Some positions are open for months and with the college recruiting events, it is possible that people are hired most likely through career fairs and other LM events. What would be the most efficient way to apply if my school career service does not have events with the company?

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Zyber in New York, New York

85 months ago

lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas said: I bet you are on someone's don't re-hire list.

Sickoflockeed's first less than truthful statement
1.The hiring manager has the latitude to raise you one level which means more pay. This is a little-known secret.

not true-

That's funny... because they did it for me. More to the point, my eventual functional stated that I should have held out for an even higher level than I accepted, but that now I was in, LM would refuse to do so even though I'm in an L5 position and kicking ass (two pay grades lower at the moment).

[quote]Sickoflockeed's second less than truthful statement
2. Many of us jump for other companies and then come back at higher pay levels. It's the only way to really make this happen.

Not true- jump to Boeing and come back in less than 2 years and you come back at the same pay rate + whatever you would have gotten in merit increases.

Depends. But you are correct in saying that LM is rigid with it's pay bands for locations. That said, I've seen several folks who left my first year, and came back as management making 40-50% or more than what they were originally making when they left. The rank and file get nothing there, but if you come back as management, that's where the $ is.

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Dhumml in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

84 months ago

Basic is pretty much relegated to the "problem children" of the unit, not the n00bs. You'll most likely have a "successful" PRS (BTW: you should have received your review already).

If you've been there less than 6 months, don't expect a raise. Unlike the corporate raise, they're excessively stingy when it comes to that.

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Dhumml in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

84 months ago

Charile Yi in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania said: In all my years I never saw a do not rehire flag so it really is a myth. Let us stick to facts here. I did rotations all over the company and just double checked with some very reliable sources. If we can make money putting you on contract we most likely will given you perform up to expectations. What scares us all is the redesign of the company health care clinics. Reminds many of us of the company store and hospital in the old iron mills. We cannot all drink the same cool aid.

Charlie, is there a reason you're using the alias of a customer liason?

Naughty, naughty... especially for one of our DP folks.

BTW: what ought to be scaring you is the major issues in the main building and the lack of new business. By the time LG gets those programs off the ground, there's a fair bet that a sizeable % of the folks at that facility will have been guests of our "reduction in force" program.

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gojackets in Atlanta, Georgia

84 months ago

Yeah I got sick of the forced rankings. My friends that are still there say its the same way. They were high contributors last year and now they got successful because only so many can be given out. Things won't change at that location. Maybe it's different in other locations but it has been the same old forced rankings for at least 5 yrs now. There was really no point in going to your review if you got a high the previous year...because you would automatically be ineligble for another good rating the next year no matter how hard you worked or how much more you produced than those around you. And on another note...if you don't get it on the front end you will have to move on quick...because the raises there are horrendous and their first big promos from a one to a two and from a two to a three are a whopping 5%. And if you get a promo your boss will use that against you during review time so that he can divide up a portion of your normal annual raise and give it to everyone else to try and appease them. Have fun :o)

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gojackets in Atlanta, Georgia

84 months ago

Well, I still did very well there, but my friends are getting the shaft that I would have gotten if I stayed. It may have had more to do with my direct manager, but I knew a lot of people that were very unsatisfied. As far as the forced rankings I am not making it up and I know it was happening. Maybe your manager doesn't do it, but mine definitely did and is still doing it.

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Dhumml in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

84 months ago

gojackets in Atlanta, Georgia said: As far as the forced rankings I am not making it up and I know it was happening. Maybe your manager doesn't do it, but mine definitely did and is still doing it.

Apparently I'm not explaining it properly. It's not controlled at your functional level. It's controlled at a department level (your group manager, L3, whatever the hell we're calling them now). Most managers simply do the bare minimum and don't fight for their folks, regardless of whether they have a talented group (entropy is the easiest course of action for most due to the lack of direct oversight IME).

I'm not saying how my manager does it, just how it actually is. If you're chummy with the media services folks, try to get a copy of some of the managerial handouts and presentations they have. It's spelled out there, and also in online documents that are viewable by all within the company.

That said, I'm totally with you that the forced rankings are a joke. It's a lose-lose situation since you penalize a lot of folks who aren't high visibility to management, yet are the ones who usually save the collective behinds of all around them, AND it makes it harder to weed out those folks who either can't or won't perform to the levels expected of their position.

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They are ALL evil in OKC, Oklahoma

84 months ago

All of the big companies will screw you if they can! I work for a big competitor to LMCO and they do really shady things too. I am 100% qualified for the next pay grade and my boss has continually requested an increase in my salary and pay grade with no luck after HR has their way with him. I get paid $15k less than what someone with my experience/degree should be making in this area. They reward incompetence with monetary awards and ignore the hard workers until the project is behind schedule. When stuff hits the fan, management makes us cover for those who are lazy and worthless (mainly the employees who have been around for 20 years and are just around to collect their pension). So, if this happens in LM, it can also happen elsewhere.

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YJ in Sunnyvale, California

83 months ago

What is the salary range for the entry level ERP Business Analyst position at Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale, CA? Thanks.

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Desertbunny in Houston, Texas

82 months ago

Does anyone know the salary for a research scientist in Houston (JSC) LM?

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HRD in Washington, District of Columbia

81 months ago

Can someone answer this question? I am being offered a job however, I cant recall which level the recruiter stated I'd probably fit into. Is the L4 or the L3 level higher? I have multiple masters, and just completed my first doctoral year of study. In addition, can you tell me what the pay ranges are for these?

One last thing...what is this about NO PENSION?

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John_Q_Public in Akron, Ohio

80 months ago

HRD in Washington, District of Columbia said: Can someone answer this question? I am being offered a job however, I cant recall which level the recruiter stated I'd probably fit into. Is the L4 or the L3 level higher? I have multiple masters, and just completed my first doctoral year of study. In addition, can you tell me what the pay ranges are for these?

One last thing...what is this about NO PENSION?

I'll tell you flat out... The lack of pension is the least of your concerns. If you stack LM's benefits up against some of the other big defense contractors, you'll find them at the low end. The two big ones that get me going are profit sharing and medical. I transfered from another defense contractor and lost the profit sharing (typically 3 .. 4% annual pay/yr) and my cost for equivalent medical coverage more than doubled. This is not chump change. It largely consumed the raise I got coming here.

Ask the HR people what the pay ranges are! I didn't - I thought it was an "improper" question. I have learned my lesson the hard way. If you don't ask, you can really get screwed by the HR/management types. They did it to me and several other experienced people that hired on at the same time I did. Just for an example, I'll try to equate it to your situation and labor grade:

At my previous employer, I had performed the duties equivalent to a L4 for two and a half years. For arguments sake, say the salary range for this grade at my old employer was $65k to $90k and I was still at the low end, say $68k. Because I was below the median salary for that grade, even an "average" yearly review ensured that I would get ~3% raise. (I usually wound up with more, ~4.5%)

Running out of space - I'll continue in the next post.

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HRD in Washington, District of Columbia

80 months ago

Thanks for the information. I found it extremely helpful. I've been traveling so I expect to hear back from LM later this week but I will definitely ask about the paygrades. I spoke to one individual who stated the position was a definite L3 with a median grade level around which you have spoken. So we'll see...

Can you advise on their education benefits. This would be a big plus for me! I heard they recently went from full tuition to 80% can you advise is this is factual!

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Ultimate Tech in Georgia

78 months ago

What happens if you move from a non-exempt level job into a Level 2 or Level 3 ?

If the Level 3's base is much higher than what you currently make, would they bring you from where you are to the low point in the L3 range?

Thanks!

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lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas

78 months ago

yes

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M in Hampton, Virginia

78 months ago

Anyone here have access to their job site internally? I need req#'s and names/email addresses! I can't see the stuff you guys can. If so, could someone help me out? Looking for admin/professional positions in Hampton or Newport News, VA. Thanks!

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Tobie in Denver, Colorado

78 months ago

Here is what I recommend you do: go to the Lockheed website, find where it says "Careers", locate the job search application, search for jobs that are either intern/co-op (if you will still be a student in the fall of 09') or a College position (graduating in Spring 09'). When you find one that sounds like a match, write down the Req ID and send that as well as a copy of your resume to perry.e.kreusser@lmco.com and I'll put your resume through the employee recommendation process. Also if you have any other questions, feel free to email me.

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futire LM'r in Apo, Korea, Republic of

78 months ago

i was wondering if you could tell me more about the relocation benefits that you recieved and if you have to pay it back. also if there are any other incentives for joining their company. thanks

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SkyTraveller in Los Angeles, California

78 months ago

Does Lockheed pay on a weekly, semi-monthly,or monthly basis?

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lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas

78 months ago

SkyTraveller in Los Angeles, California said: Does Lockheed pay on a weekly, semi-monthly,or monthly basis?

weekly

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SkyTraveller in Los Angeles, California

78 months ago

lockheedhack lockheedhack in Fort Worth, Texas said: weekly

Thank you very much for the quick response. I appreciate it!

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Dy in San Diego, California

77 months ago

I was called by one of the HR person from LGE for an interview for User Interface Engineer. Does anyone know what to expect from this interview as far as questions. Anything will be helpful.
Thanks

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Fikri Arslan in Eskisehir, Turkey

77 months ago

I am fortythree years old.I worked F16 aircraft as crew chief and programmer 22 years in Turkish Air Force.I am unemployed now.I know intermediate level English and a little Arabic.I finished F16 aircraft crew chief and programmer in Turkish Air Force. I finished economy section in civil university.

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djjm in Oak Harbor, Washington

77 months ago

Could someone in the know post more info on the LM pay scales ie, L3 is stated above as $55k to $80k, do the remaining digits in the code indicate a specific rate?

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