Global Employment Services
| Non-U.S. Jobseekers | Non-U.S. Employers | Non-U.S. IEEE Entities | U.S. Jobseekers |
IEEE-USAs award-winning employment services are now
available to IEEE members outside of the United States. We invite non-U.S. jobseekers,
employers and IEEE Regions and Sections to take full advantage of our expanding outreach
worldwide. To find out how, see the information and links below.
#1 IN EAST ASIA!
According to a Nikkei Electronics Asia reader
poll published in October 1999, the IEEE-USA Employment Services Web site was "the
most popular job-based site visited in the past 12 months" for its respondents, who
are engineers in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore. Following are the results
of the scientific survey. Percentage of readers who visited job sites within the
previous 12 months:
EE Times 'Career Corner' 5.3%
Career Mosaic 2.0%
Monster Board 0.7%
Try these valuable and free services
designed to help you advance in your career no matter where youre located:
IEEE-USA Job Listing
IEEE-USAs job board contains a special section of employment opportunities
outside the United States. Just check the appropriate box on the search form.
When you incorporate your resume into our database, it is searchable by employers both
inside and outside of the United States who are looking for qualified IEEE members in your
country. The registration
process is simple and free for IEEE members worldwide.
By providing your professional information using an easy Web submission form, you can make
your consulting services available to potential clients all over the world. The
modest annual fee is payable in U.S. dollars only.
Be sure to see other helpful employment-related links on our page
for U.S. members seeking employment in other countries and our Employment Services page.
Employers outside the United States now have full
access to post job listings in IEEE-USAs job board and
review engineering resumes in IEEE-USA's resume database. In
addition, our Consultants
On-Line Directory [link] is free to potential clients anywhere in the world.
Please note the following special instructions:
- On the job-list form, check "yes" on
question 2: "Is this job outside the United States?"
- Payment is in U.S. Dollars only.
- Contact Resume-Links Dave Meagher at
1-614-923-0600, ext. 329, or email@example.com
to learn more about how to find qualified IEEE members from your own country or worldwide
for your openings.
- Payment in U.S. Dollars only.
Non-U.S. IEEE Regions and Sections
IEEE entities in Regions 7-10 can help their
memberships gain a competitive edge in their careers by promoting IEEE-USAs
employment services for non-U.S. members. To get more information on how to publicize
these services through your publications, Web site and meetings, please contact Chris
Currie of IEEE-USA Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
of 1-202-785-0017, extension 342.
Members Seeking Employment in Other Countries
The global market-place for goods and services
(including engineering services) is becoming increasingly competitive, with more
opportunities for engineers to travel and work abroad. To help IEEE's U.S. members access
these global opportunities, IEEE-USA has assembled links to various on-line information resources and services, including sites specializing in
international job listings.
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Last Update: 21 August 2000
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