Terrible place to work. They hired 3 stress analysts on the same day and within 3 months they had laid off all 3 as too slow.Probability says they should have kept 1.5 stress analysts, or at least 1. In my personal experience I was given an assignment to finish by 1/1/14. On 1/1/14 as I turned in the completed stress analysis they COMPLETELY changed the design. When I finished it two weeks later, the work was approved by GE. Don't work here unless you are desperate.
I worked for Belcan for 18 years doing contract work for GE Aviation. The nice thing about Belcan is that you get experience doing different types of projects, but because each contract assignment is typically 1-2 years, you do not become an expert unless you get on a project as a project owner. The company is not the most generous when it comes to benefits but they are fair and allow you a lot of flexibility with regard to schedule as long as the customer approves and they do not micro-manage your work which is nice.
For all but the first year working for this company, on contract to GE the entire time, I was able to telecommute. The staff were always courteous, professional, and friendly. Lastly, Belcan is not responsible for my layoff, GE Energy is. Belcan is doing what they can to find me another position with GE, in Aviation, Oil & Gas, or Transportation.