Lockheed Martin will hold hiring events on March 28 in Valencia, California, and March 29 in Lancaster, CA to conduct interviews and make same-day hiring decisions for engineering, production, manufacturing, maintenance and other critical positions. Interested individuals should plan to register for and attend one of the events.
These positions are eligible for new-hire incentives, including up to $50,000 sign-on bonuses. These hiring events support long term contracts that will be accomplished over the next 15 to 20 years. Over $400 million in capital investments have been made across Lockheed Martin’s Palmdale campus to address business growth in support of customer missions.
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Contract Opportunities to Watch
Leidos has been awarded a prime contract by the U.S. Navy’s Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) to support the service’s undersea warfare systems. This single-award, Seaport Next Generation (NxG) task order has a total estimated value of $84 million. It includes a one-year base period, as well as four one-year options. Work will be performed in Virginia and Japan.
“Ensuring our sailors have the most advanced capabilities to defeat advancing threats is a top priority for our company,” said Will Johnson, Leidos Senior Vice President, Logistics and Mission Support. “We look forward to continuing our longstanding support of the Program Executive Office Undersea Warfare Systems as they work to keep the seas open and free.”
Through this contract, Leidos will provide operations and maintenance (O&M) crews aboard United States Naval Ship (USNS) Tactical Auxiliary General Ocean Surveillance (T-AGOS) platforms and contract vessels. Additionally, the company will provide a cadre of Field Support Team (FST) engineers to provide engineering, logistics and technical support to the Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System (SURTASS) fleet and IUSS (Integrated Undersea Surveillance System) Operations Support Center (IOSC).
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“We’re excited to open our office at National Landing because we can better support our customer needs. This location enables us to be responsive to both our government and commercial customers,” said Dr. Zachary Krevor, President and Chief Operating Officer at Stratolaunch. “The office location positions our company at the epicenter of where many defense decisions are being made relative to the nation’s hypersonic development path. We’re here because we can contribute solutions and meet the needs of our country’s national security strategy.”
The company will commemorate the office opening with an invitation reception and media roundtable event, which will be announced in the coming weeks.