Aeronautical Engineering Opportunities
Fast and immensely powerful – during WWII the P-38 Lightning dominated the skies and set the stage for allied victory in the Pacific. In 2007, the F-22 Raptor air dominance fighter team earned a Collier Trophy, the most prestigious award in American aviation, for their role in developing the world’s first fifth-generation fighter. It's historical projects like these, as well as our F-16 Falcon, F-35 Lightning, C-130 Hercules and Skunk Works, that our aeronautical engineers are honored and excited to work on.
We’re looking for aeronautical engineering professionals who possess core competencies in propulsion, mechanical engineering, design, structural analysis, avionics and systems engineering. Areas of specialization encompass:
- Airframe Structural Analysis and Design
- Configuration Management
- Flight Controls
- Mass Properties
- Mission Systems
- Flight Test
- Propulsion Integration and Performance
- Systems Engineering
- Aircraft Sustainment
- Weapons Integration
Whether your focus is in combat aircraft, air mobility, special mission and reconnaissance aircraft or advanced development programs, in an aeronautical engineering career with us, your contributions are meaningful and your potential is limitless.
Explore opportunities at Lockheed Martin.