Opportunities for Diverse Skill Sets
We’re committed to recruiting and retaining cleared experts to fill the talent pipeline. Opportunities are available for the following skill sets:
Systems Engineering: Our opportunities may be involved in all phases of engineering development from requirements elicitation, analysis and management; system / subsystem design and interface definition; system realization; system Integration and verification; system deployment and sustainment.
Systems Administration: We need systems administrators with the experience with Microsoft Server and Client Operating Systems, Linux Server (RedHat, CentOS, or equivalent distro).
Cyber Security: We need cyber security professionals with experience designing realistic cyber environments to meet training cyber objectives, proven ability to design cyber training events, skilled at decomposing training objectives and MSELs into network design features.
Software Engineering: Flight simulation experience, Java, C#, C++, Linux, Computer Generated Forces (CGFs), High-level architecture/Distributed Interactive Simulation (HLA/DIS), SQL, Sensor Systems
F-35 Wows Crowd at Melbourne Air Show
Lockheed Martin employees who support F-35 training got a front row seat to see the aircraft in action during the Melbourne Air Show.
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When it comes to training future aircrew, sailors, and soldiers, it’s the integration of advanced technology, proven learning methodologies, and innovative business solutions that enables desired training outcomes – whether it be in the air, on the sea or on land.
Lockheed Martin Canada Future Aircrew Training (FAcT)
Lockheed Martin pioneered the concept of supporting our military customers with integrated, performance-based training solutions. We’ve established a track record of delivering enhanced training at reduced cost and risk to our customers.
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Lockheed Martin Gives $1.5 Million To Develop New Cyber Innovation Lab At University Of Central Florida
Lockheed Martin announced a $1.5 million contribution to the University of Central Florida (UCF) for the development of a new cyber innovation lab that will foster the next generation of cyber talent.
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Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program (ATMP)
We believe the best assets aren’t built – they’re trained. That’s why we’re leading the U.S. Army’s next major effort to maintain and sustain their global fleet of in-field training devices.
F-35 Lightning II Training Systems
The F-35 Lightning II Pilot and Maintenance Training systems are designed to blend together a variety of training media to create a total training solution for the state-of-the-art F-35 weapon system.