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Q. What technologies do you work with, develop, and advance?

A. Technologies we focus on include: advanced materials • analysis, simulation, and modeling • electro-optics • communications • environmental sciences • guidance, navigation, and control systems • liquid propellants • millimeter and microwave electronics • software and processors • space science instruments • stealth technologies • systems architecture and integration - and more.

Q. Where are you located?

A. We have locations in some of the most desirable cities in the world, as well as many rural small towns in the U.S. Browse our Locations section for details.

Q. Do you offer relocation assistance?

A. Yes, most of our positions provide relocation assistance. We suggest that you review the job description for any position you're interested in to see if you're eligible.

Q. Where should I send my resume?

A. For immediate consideration, submit your résumé online via our career site and be sure to apply to those positions which best match your skills and interest. You can manage or create an account by visiting this page - Applicants & Returning Job Seekers.

Q. Do you offer education assistance?

A. Yes, and each of our locations offers additional, site-specific training and development opportunities and support for educational advancement relevant to your expertise.

Q. Can I pursue a graduate degree while employed at Lockheed Martin?

A. Yes. All of our employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement for continuing and graduate education in a field related to the business. We encourage ongoing learning and growth throughout your career.

Q. Are there specific steps I should take to ease my military-to-civilian career transition?

A. Yes, you can take courses through your Transition Assistance office, and network with as many alumni, associates and military service members. You should also thoroughly research career areas that you're interested in, clearly define your career goals and discuss them with recruiters and potential hiring managers during and prior to your career search. You can also gain much knowledge about this process by joining our Military Connect online community.

Q: Can someone help me with my resume to make sure my military experience shows my full range of skills?

A: Our team of Military Relations Managers are dedicated to easing your transition into this next phase of your career. Meet our military relations managers at an upcoming event or ask questions at one of our virtual chat events. Read more about their background and experience – Military Relations Team.

Q. What positions can my military skills translate to?

A. Some positions that translate into a career with us include: information technology (IT) Ÿ weapon system trainers or instructors (e.g., AEGIS shipboard weapons systems) • aircraft captains and mechanics • avionics technicians and mechanics • special forces • logistics • instructor pilots • intelligence or counter-intelligence analysts • SATCOM operations • equipment operators, maintainers and instructors. You may also find our Military Skills Translator tool helpful in identifying positions.

Q. What is your process for accepting resumes and interviewing those in the military?

A. When you are planning your transition from the military we recommend you research the many types of positions we employ in our various programs and locations. You can discuss your resume with us in person at one of our many Military Events around the country, or via our Military Chat sessions. And when you are close to transitioning (within 60-120 days of separation) you should submit your resume via our career site and apply to those positions which best match your skills and interests. If you have had access to or have worked on any of our programs, additional information may be required depending upon your military occupation, which could include disclosing any conflict of interests, documentation, or letters from your JAG office.