Lockheed Martin
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About the company

  • CEO
    James D. Taiclet Jr.
    86%
    approve of James D. Taiclet Jr.'s performance
  • Founded
    1995
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Aerospace & Defense
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Reviews

Flight Service Specialist in Ashburn, VA
on June 9, 2018
I learned that your coworkers are essential to a happy work experience. Typical day included 4 am starts with 8 hours of pilot interaction and guidance for them. Management provided a unique experience as this was a union based contract. This provided as well, a unique workplace culture with the interaction between the union and management. The hardest part of the job was the schedule being changed and being seniority based. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with pilots throughout the east coast.
Aerospace Engineer Technician in Littleton, CO
on November 30, 2021
Just being a contractor at Lockheed is not where you want to be . Being part of Lock Heed is wonderful but contractor companies take advantage of skilled and dedicated employees with not much similarity to schedules and benefits during your time as a temp to hire contractor . Perdium promises not held too after starting .
Senior Electronic Associate in Ocala, FL
on November 27, 2021
Not a bad job to have. Benefits are decent. 4/10 schedule is the best part. Seems like you are punished if you are a good worker because it is almost impossible to advance to a higher position.
Assembler Senior in Ocala, FL
on November 23, 2021
low pay no roomm to move up if you've worked there even for ten years. would rather hire someone justnout of college with no work experience thsn advance someone who has the same degree but worked there
Quality in Orlando, FL
on November 21, 2021
Lockheed preaches an "all inclusive" mentality as well as being "culturally optimized", but that only pertains to those who have a salary position. Hourly employees are constantly berated and talked to as if they are lucky to even have a job. There are multiple engineers, PC and management personnel who have no idea what they are doing and act as though the degree they have gives them some sense of entitlement of owed respect, even without showing an once of knowledge in the field. This is becoming more and more common as they only hire people with a degree and no experience. Even with a fantastic rapport with managers/engineers/fellow workers, trade school certifications, very hard work ethic, and 15 years plus experience in the field, you will be denied any promotion within due to lack of a degree.Lockheed blames it on the union, but the blame is most definitely on them and their dinosaur, closed minded, step on your fellow man to get to the top promotion style mentality. There was a time where managers knew and understood the trade and work environment, but THOSE DAYS ARE GONE. They used to be hired to manage product and respect employees, now they are hired to manage people... There are some really hard workers here and some who just coast through everyday. Work ethic doesn't matter because performance raises also do not exist. Everyone is paid the same. Benefits are good, pay is ok, work life balance is trash but Overtime is plentiful.

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Aircraft and systems experience. Knowledge of test and inspection methodologies. In my most recent interview, the questions focused on project management and operational excellence methodologies.

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