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I would highlight recommend working here, the only issue is are the pay scales, in order to advance in pay increase, you need to obtain different expriences within the company, but that is not easy when the jobtitle or role covers a wide range of job tiltes or duties.Payscale is not industry leading as with other competitors.
family environment - job's aren't rushed!
Payscale is not industry leading as with other competitors.
Well run and great team. I only left as I had another opportunity .... Which I later regretted. Would recommend. Cafeteria food was amazing. Great overall experience.
Great place and benefits.
The experience was very eye opening to the world of engineering. It helped me grasp what the day-to-day of an engineer is like and helped me develop important connections and friendships, as well as a deeper appreciation for what it is to work as an engineer
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workplace tended towards never taking accountability for mistakes, worrying more about assigning blame than utilizing lessons learned from previous projects
a fair bit of job autonomy
military leadership centers on blame
Security is #1 here, and I could not have been happier learning the protocols during my co-op placement at Lockheed Martin MST. The workplace was very sociable and warm to my presence, and everybody seems to be a great help.
Good job security, good place to learn how to be a software engineer with a lifetime of reliable work. Good facility with amenities, and treated like a responsible employee with minimal micromanaging.
Poor pay, pigeonholing of positions, knowledge bottleneck, can be lost in a sea of generic developers, easily forgotten unless you fill the alpha male Navy stereotypes.
Great employer, hard to get on because of low turn-over in the support field. Highly recommended, I took this coming from Best Buy and learned a lot about corporate enterprise systems. This was a willing-to-teach opportunity and I would recommend it to anyone.
Excellent work/life balance, great benefits, good pay
None, retention could be better I suppose
Great corporation with tremendous pedigree and world-class capability. The work is challenging, the projects complex and the demand for excellence is abundant. Perhaps the biggest challenge/frustration is the simple fact that it is a US based defence corporation and thus advancement is limited by citizenship. As a non-American one cannot work at any of the sites throughout the United States. These are State Department rules and non-negotiate.
Great people. Total deciation to serving the interests of the Cdn Armed Forces
Inability to grow within the corporation due to US law.
Good values, clearly articulated. They have excellent training videos about those values and other aspects of working well and ethically. Provided training when necessary. Good teamwork. We worked together to achieve the company goals and helped each other. Every other Friday off (9/80 schedule). It took a while to get used to this, but the extra day off is nice. Compensation (salary and benefits) are excellent.
Working at Lockheed Martin was lots of fun. We always had the opportunity to learn new technologies and integrate new systems. Management did keep us constantly up to date. The hardest part is being able to advance or transfer out into different groups.
Old Boys Network making it hard to advance.
They really care about their employees. Lockheed Martin Canada is an aerospace and defence contractor, headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, and a part of the Rotary and Mission Systems business area
short term contracts
Great place to work, but there weren't many availabilities outside of Afghanistan that I qualified for. I enjoyed the culture of integrity and hard work, the close relationship and level of trust developed between Lockheed and the military, and the political and innovative sharpness of senior leadership.