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Chief Engineer

Tindall Corporation Spartanburg, SC

Delegate and monitor project assignments among department personnel. Continuously evaluate engineering schedule demands and assign duties… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Tindall Corporation San Antonio, TX

• Analyzes specifications, drawings, blueprints, codes & standards and other data to design projects. • Uses computer assisted engineering… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Quality Assurance Manager

Tindall Corporation San Antonio, TX

Other duties may be assigned. • Develops and analyzes statistical data and product specifications to determine present standards and establish… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Tindall Corporation Houston, TX

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • To engage the construction marketplace to uncover opportunities for promotion and sale of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Tindall Corporation San Antonio, TX

• Analyzes project proposal estimates developed by the sales/estimating departments to clearly identify scope of work. • Attend client turnover… Glassdoor

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    Tindall is OK

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Tindall


    Above average pay for industry, decent benefits, pretty much everybody at the corporate office above the secretary level gets a car. Quality OK compared to competition. Great Job Security, up until recently management refused to fire under performing employees. I've heard that has changed in the past few months though.


    Managements hiring and promoting decisions creates dissension among employees. In an extremely specialized industry they have hired VP's & GM's with absolutely no experience managing people or running a heavy industrial manufacturing operation that also functions as a general contractor in the marketplace.

    Management created several VP level positions and didn't even talk to current employees because they didn't want to take them away from their current position.

    Little to no cooperation between sales people at different plants. Sales people were constantly poaching into other plants territories.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of the friends of the upper management. There are plenty of competent employees already in the company that know the business and want to advance.

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