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Traylor Bros., Inc. Quality Director in Greenville, South Carolina

Quality Director opportunity with Traylor Industrial

Founded in 1985, Traylor Industrial is a reputable, quality-driven, turn-key contractor focused on safety, service, and efficiency.

Traylor Industrial’s outstanding reputation is built on doing work right the first time. Our company has pioneered innovations in the field, which are now standard operating procedures in our industry. Our headquarters and facilities are based out of Evansville, IN. We have an average workforce of 100+ field employees, working on projects ranging from $20,000 to $50 Million.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be known as a versatile industry leader by continuing to enhance operations and to achieve consistent growth and financial success for the corporation, our team, and our customers.

Our Mission

Our mission is to safely deliver high-quality workmanship products and services at a competitive price.

Our Core Values

Safety – We are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment and encouraging a culture that promotes safe decisions.

Team – Our people are our greatest strength. We provide rewarding and fulfilling careers.

Quality – We are dedicated to providing a reliable quality service by completing the project right the first time.

Integrity – Our team is honest and ethical in all interactions.

Communication – We encourage effective, accurate, and timely communication.

Commitment – We are dedicated to the success of our team members, customers, and business partners.

Required Skills

Position Summary:

Provide leadership and management for the quality department and foster the quality philosophy and culture of the company. Establish, maintain, and optimize an effective quality management system. Create and implement a quality plan to achieve the levels of quality established through organizational goals, customer expectations, related stakeholders, and market competition.

General Responsibilities

  • Lead the Quality Program

  • Assist project teams in the development and execution of all projects.

  • Budgetary and operational matters of the Department.

  • Responsible for overall Department organization and personnel, development of Company policy and procedure as it relates to quality control of both Code and Non-Code work of the Company, record keeping, licensing and/or accreditation in support of the Company undertakings, personnel training and certification, and direction of the Department in support of the Company’s undertakings.

  • Further development and implementation of quality control procedures, methods, and documentation as it applies to the control of the quality of all work performed by the Company.

  • Coordinate and communicate with other corporate departments and their managers/supervisors as it relates to quality of all work performed by the Company.

  • Establish NDE procedures and manage NDE performed by Company’s own technicians and maintain credentials/certifications for the same. Identify and propose other forms of NDE and NDE certifications that can be an asset to the Company.

  • Maintain AWS-CWI certifications and ASNT Central Certificates for NDT. Identify additional certifications and obtain as approved certifications that support our work acquisition efforts and of benefit to the Company.

  • Manage the established quality control organization and monitoring of all inspections and applicable documentation/record keeping required by law and codes for the purchasing, assembly, fabrication, repair, and new construction of power generating and industrial boilers, pressure vessels, and high energy pressure piping systems.

  • Manage Authorized Inspection Agency and Authorized Inspector services in support of our ASME/NBIC Code undertakings.

  • Develop and implement quality control procedures and methods for various other phases of the Company’s work including such items as architectural, civil/structural, electrical, instrumentation, mechanical, and refractory construction.

  • Set, monitor, and attain Department goals. Communicate these goals to all ranks in the Department. Conduct regular meetings with Department personnel.

  • Responsible for Department personnel decisions and monitoring of performance.

  • Ensure proper tools and equipment resources are available to support the commitments.

  • S tay current with Industry trends and methods.

  • Establish and maintain relationships with third-party agencies and subcontractors in support of the Quality Control Department.

  • Review procedures of, and participate in the selection of NDE, Inspection, Engineering, Heat Treating and material supply vendors/subcontractors for work taken on by the Company.

  • Identify training and resource improvement opportunities and communicate these to Management for approval and implementation.

  • Develop working relationships with customers, both internal and external, to understand customer needs, and specifications and address any issues promptly and efficiently.

  • Assume additional responsibilities as directed by division and corporate management. Travel as required to attend, but not limited to, meetings, site visits, training, etc.

  • Develop Inspection Test Plans that capture the required codes, standards, and specification requirements, to meet the Customer/contract needs, create inspection hold points, review points and testing criteria for all projects.

  • Maintain the Welding Database including Welder Certifications and Continuities, update WPS/PQR and WPQ when code revisions require.

  • Maintain the Quality Manuals to reflect all changes in the Codes that apply.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology curriculum.

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in quality control inspection associated with construction quality control processes and procedures and inspections associated with fabrication.


  • · Minimum 10 years’ experience in construction quality control processes and procedures, inspections, and at least 5 years involving working with Codes and inspections associated with fabrication, installation, and repair of boilers, pressure vessels, and high-energy piping systems.

  • · Leadership and motivational skills.

  • · Good oral and written communication skills.

  • · Safety and safe work culture/leadership.

  • · Reasoning and problem-solving ability.

  • · Motivated, goal-oriented individual.

  • · Business understanding with a balanced approach to technical, business, and people aspects of business.

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Duties and responsibilities may be added or changed as deemed appropriate by management at any time.

Required Experience

EEO Statement

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.