"We're not offering jobs at Martin Marietta. We're offering careers." – Ward Nye, Chairman and CEO
We’re supplying the foundation, but you’re creating the opportunity — to grow, to succeed, to build a legacy that will provide security and stability for your family.
“Giving our employees the chance to push themselves, to develop their skills and to meet new challenges is very much in line with our ONE culture,” says Craig LaTorre, chief human resource officer. “As a company that truly cares for its people, it’s our responsibility to provide each one with every opportunity to succeed.”
To that end, we’re hoping you view this website as a valued tool — a key that may unlock far greater opportunities within Martin Marietta.
If you have been in your current role for at least one year, are engaged in our Guardian Angel and ONE cultures, are seeking to build on your professional skills, and looking to face new challenges, we hope you will consider the opportunities available here.
Your immediate supervisor and local HR representative will be notified of your application. We encourage you to speak with both of them prior to submitting your application.
Thank you, and best of luck as you take a new step forward in your career!
The Power of ONE
We provide high-quality heavy building materials at Martin Marietta, but life here is about more than what we do, it’s about how we do it. In a world that’s focused on the power of many, we believe in the power of ONE – the magic of bringing together our unique perspectives, experiences and talents to evolve a shared vision and future. Whether you’re in one of our quarries or one of our offices, we’re on the same journey to build the dreams of our customers and communities. Along that path, we support each other so that each of us may enjoy a stable career for the long-term benefit of ourselves and our families. Together, we’ll make an impact that lasts far beyond tomorrow.
Former: District Engineer, Indiana District (Central Division)
“Moving allowed my wife and I to be much closer to our families. Our kids can now spend more time with their cousins as well as my wife with her sister and me with my brother.”
Former: Director, Capital Budgets (Corporate Office)
“I took a big leap out of my comfort zone in corporate finance to aggregates sales. I’ve been in sales for two years, and I’ve gained everything I’d hoped for and more. It’s certainly been the most challenging experience of my career, but also the most rewarding.”
Former: Health and Safety Manager; Woodville, Ohio (Magnesia Specialties)
“Martin was very flexible with the transition as well as the relocation. The package itself is unbelievable as far as what they offer, cover and take care of. Our relocation was phenomenal.”
Former: HR and Safety Manager, Ohio District (Central Division)
“Being an internal candidate was an advantage because I knew the direction the company was going in. When I changed positions, the move was pretty much seamless and the whole relocation process went really well. If you’re looking for a better opportunity, it certainly lies within Martin. It’s just a matter of searching it out.”
Former: Plant Manager at RDU Quarry, NC East District (East Division)
“I always thought I would live and work in North Carolina, then a couple of years ago, I saw an opportunity in the North Georgia District. I was excited for the career opportunity but nervous about leaving family, friends and my comfort zone. My wife and I decided to make Georgia our home, and the relocation process was seamless. It made the transition as easy as possible. Moving has been a great adventure for me, personally and professionally.”
Former: Operation Services (Corporate)
“As the famous Latin proverb says, ‘Fortes Fortuna Juvat’ or ‘Fortune Favors the Bold.’ While it was not an easy decision to move 1,700 miles to the East from Denver, Colorado, I believe it was a calling. It’s never too late to start a new career path; I did so in my 40s and know it was one of the best decisions of my life and one that I’ll never regret. Martin Marietta has made a dream of mine come true.”