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Get to Know the New IEEE-USA Consultant Finder: What Is It, and How Does It Help Me?

By Corey Ruth

The IEEE-USA Consultants Database recently became the IEEE-USA Consultant Finder powered by IEEE Collabratec. This redesigned service will maintain all the key features of its predecessor: simple and advanced search features, an assignment placement portal, and a full consultant profile for paid subscribers.

The Consultant Finder comes with a big visual update, making it easier to use than ever before. It’s also now searchable by web crawlers so even more potential clients will be able to find your consultant profile. And of course this service will continue to be free for those clients, project managers and HR professionals to search for consultants like you to hire or to post a consulting or contract assignment.

“People associate quality and respect with the IEEE brand name,” said Gary Blank, 2014 President of IEEE-USA. “That’s a big advantage for the IEEE-USA Consultant Finder. Since only IEEE members can post profiles, project managers searching the database know they’re getting a certain level of excellence.”

As a long-time subscriber, Blank has personally seen the success it brings. “I’ve gotten a lot of consulting business from the platform,” said Blank. “More people ought to take advantage of this, because it really works.”

If you’re already a consultant or are curious about getting started in the gig economy, the IEEE-USA Consultant Finder is a very handy tool. Invest in yourself and subscribe today for just $49.50. Just sign into your IEEE account and add the IEEE Consultants Network Membership Premium. If you’re already a subscriber, just log in via IEEE Collabratec (or the IEEE Collabratec App) to review and update your profile, plus take advantage of new features like adding a photo, uploading a short biography and listing your desired salary or hourly rate.

And for a closer look at the new features of the new Consultant Finder and how to get started, check out the free webinar presented by IEEE IT Manager Karen McLean.

Corey Ruth is IEEE-USA’s media relations associate.


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IEEE-USA is an organizational unit of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), created in 1973 to support the career and public policy interests of IEEE’s U.S. members. IEEE-USA is primarily supported by an annual assessment paid by U.S. IEEE Members.

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