Great work place, enjoyed it and loved the people and the atmosphere. I would love to be back there.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – May 23, 2013
I enjoyed working with the Bayer/Belcan folks there. It was a great place and loved all about it.. Don't think there was much i would of changed. I really miss it out there. Hardest part of the day is just getting my project done.. Most enjoyable part was the people. Management lacked a little but I guess that is anywhere you go. And that is through – more... Bayer not Belcan. – less
Drafter (Piping) (Current Employee), Baytown, Tx – May 7, 2013
Pros: work environment
I enjoy working at Belcan. I like what I do, and I like the atmosphere. We do not have the best benefit package. I typically spend my day in my cubical working on Microstation. I work mostly on P&ID's, but have done work on layout drawings, isos, and specs.
Contract Engineer (Former Employee), Peoria, IL – May 2, 2013
Pros: flexibility of schedule and wide range of oppurtunity
Cons: poor benefits package, lack of job security, lack of advancement oppurtunites
Of the Peoria based engineering contract agencies, Belcan is one of the better ones. The management is honest and transparent and the wages are fair. The company does its best to value its employees and does a good job with the annual review process giving fair raises based on merit.
As a contract company there is always a lack of job security that – more... leads to a decent amount of unnecessary daily stress. Always the retirement package is thin and the chance for advancement is slim.
Overall, I had no problems with the company itself or the management I had to deal with. If the right opportunity presented itself I would work there again. – less
Good place to work, a lot to learn from and great opportunities.
Forklift driver/Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – April 4, 2013
Pros: schedule. pay rate. people i worked with.
Cons: can't list any cons.
Learned how to assemble missile cans & work a lot of different machinery. Great people to work with and the hardest part about the job was working in the oven. I enjoyed the paychecks and the 3 day weekends.
It was a very constructive, fast paced place of work.
Line machine operator (Former Employee), Florence, KY – March 20, 2013
We started the work day off by stretching. After that I checked my machines, made sure they were stocked, and started running the parts as they came. My co-workers and I always kept the work area clean. Safety was really important to us. We all got along and made sure we were making quality parts.
Appreciates the work ethic and skills of older employees.
Contract Adm. Asst. to Rolls-Royce Energy Services (Current Employee), Mount Vernon, OH – March 9, 2013
Pros: getting to work with great people and feeling of accomplishment in the work done.
Cons: no healthcare insurance, vacation or paid time off with this company.
Daily completed any clerical work needed by the Health, Safety and Environmental Dept. and now for the Property Management Dept. backing up their Adm. Asst. when she is overloaded or takes time off as well as processing utility bills to be sent to Finance to issue payment along with some other vendors used by Property Management. Track utility usages – more... on Excel spreadsheets for several people who need the data. I still do some work for HS&E recording safety audits on their intranet website. I have been tracking the costs of the Maintenance Work Orders on Excel and I enter and close Work Orders when needed on Maximo. Management and co-workers that I work with are very supportive, appreciative and pleasant. Hardest part of the job is not always able to get the data I need for my spreadsheets. Most enjoyable part of the job is using my skills and the teamwork atmosphere of the employees I work with. – less
Forklift Operator/Material Handler (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – February 28, 2013
Pros: just show up to work & get paid .
I learned here : don't work work so hard - " NOT FOR ME " MANAGEMENT : friendly . CO- Workers :" LAZY " . Hardest part of the job : was waiting for each day to END . The most enjoyable part of the job : End of the day . I know longer work there : last day was JAN / 3 / 2013 . I LIKE TO WORK ,,, A HONEST DAYS WORK FOR A HONEST DAYS PAY >
Material Handler (Current Employee), Lansing, MI – February 27, 2013
My typical day is usually pretty busy. always moving and always going. The hardest part of the job is keeping the right parts to the production time n the time Im alotted due to the fast pace of the line. The most enjoyable part is interaction with co workers even though its minimal.
We worked 12 hour rotating shifts.I learned many new valuable skills.my co-workers were very knowledgeable. The most difficult part of the job for me was not being able to get alot of work done in a quick fashion. It was not a fast paced job at all.
Associate Process Development Engineer (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – January 23, 2013
Pros: great life and co-workers in my area.
Cons: not hired full-time.
Was great job out of military to use Chemical Engineering degree. Was R&D job so great work life balance. We set our own schedule and was not in extreme rush to complete assignment from management. Was not permanent hire The contract company was very good, honest about evaluations, really seems to care about workers and quality.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Cleveland, MS – January 16, 2013
Pros: rarely meet the quota for the day
Cons: short break and no grace period for clockin in
A typical day at Faurecia consist of inspecting car seats for bad welds and, and assembling boomerangs for other parts to car seats. I enjoyed working with my fellow co-workers, the supervisors were understanding and enduring the heat was about the hardest part about the job. It was a great job with great pay.