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  • > 100,000 employees

Lockheed Martin January 2020 Engineering Graduate Opportunities

Adelaide, Newcastle, Canberra, Melbourne

We have several permanent roles in our January 2020 Graduate Cohort to join the Lockheed Martin Australia team within our Engineering Centre of Excellence.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
Multiple Roles

Application dates

Applications Open
18 Feb 2019
Applications Close
8 Apr 2019

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
E
Aerospace Engineering & Aviation
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
I
Computer Graphics & Animation

Engineering Careers – Graduate Development Program – January 2020 Commencement

  • Multiple roles
  • Adelaide, Cenberra, Melbourne and Newcastle locations

An industry leader in defence and technology, Lockheed Martin Australia employs more than 1000 people who contribute to a global workforce of more than 100,000. In Australia we are working on next generation pilot training, combat systems integration, rotary wing systems and sustainment, 5th generation air combat capability and surveillance across air, sea, land and space domains.

We know it takes a diverse, collaborative and multi-skilled team to deliver our programs. That's why we need graduates and interns who are driven, ambitious team
players who are as passionate as we are about building a better tomorrow – today.

About You:

The successful candidate will have completed their tertiary level engineering qualification in a related discipline. We are seeking interest from candidates with completed studies (or will have completed) in the following areas:

  • Software Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Computer Science
  • Electronic/Electrical Engineering

You will be an eager learner and be excited about the opportunity to work with and learn from the best. You will also have outstanding communication skills – both written and verbal and have a flexible approach to managing changing priorities in this fast paced and dynamic environment.

The Lockheed Martin Australia Graduate Development Program is designed to expose you to unique professional and personal learning and development opportunities. Our team tell us they love coming to work knowing they make a difference – and as an integral part of the team, you will be contributing to stimulating and ground-breaking projects.

What our Graduate Development Program Offers:

  • A permanent role with Lockheed Martin
  • A 2-year structured Graduate Development Program
  • On the job training engaged as part of the team working on challenging and interesting projects
  • Offsite training and development days
  • Access to cutting-edge technology and thought leadership
  • A coaching and mentoring program – learn from the best!
  • Forums to engage and network with peers, SME's and senior leadership

From competitive salary package and benefits to training and development opportunities we show our appreciation for your skills, ambitions and potential.

Recruitment Process:

Applications open Monday 18th February 2019 and will close by 8th April 2018. Our Graduate Recruitment process consists of the following stages:

  • Application
  • Video Interview
  • Online testing
  • Selection Interview & References
  • Offer

To apply now and see the full list of early career opportunities, click Apply button.

Successful applicants will be required to obtain a defence security clearance. You must be an Australian citizen and have a ten-year verifiable background.

Lockheed Martin Australia supports Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity in the Workplace.
 

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
I’m currently involved in various aspects of the maintenance and support of the radar, as well as investigating potential future upgrades to the system.

Thomas Davis

  • Graduate stories
I’m currently involved in various aspects of the maintenance and support of the radar, as well as investigating potential future upgrades to the system.

Thomas Davis

  • Graduate stories
As a hardware engineer, I’m responsible for maintaining and upgrading the mechanical and electrical systems of the radar.

Josephine Delore

  • Graduate stories
As a hardware engineer, I’m responsible for maintaining and upgrading the mechanical and electrical systems of the radar.

Josephine Delore

  • Graduate stories
I’m currently involved in various aspects of the maintenance and support of the radar, as well as investigating potential future upgrades to the system.

Thomas Davis

  • Graduate stories
I’m currently involved in various aspects of the maintenance and support of the radar, as well as investigating potential future upgrades to the system.

Thomas Davis

  • Graduate stories
As a hardware engineer, I’m responsible for maintaining and upgrading the mechanical and electrical systems of the radar.

Josephine Delore

  • Graduate stories
As a hardware engineer, I’m responsible for maintaining and upgrading the mechanical and electrical systems of the radar.

Josephine Delore