Freelance Engineering

Professional Freelance Engineers are the new engineering consultants of the 21st century

Freelance engineering has been sometimes been associated with job drifters.  People who drift from one job to another without being able to hold down a particular positions.  However this is quite the contrary.  With the advancement of computers, faster internet connection, outsourcing and remote project management Freelance Engineers are now becoming very successful and very useful to organizations.  They provide powerful knowledge and unlimited resources that corporations never could access before.  Most people do not realize how much software is being developed in India by freelance engineers for the United States.  Its nothing new and only growing faster as we gain access to much faster internet speeds.

What is a freelance engineering consultant?

A ‘freelancer’ or ‘freelance worker” is a term commonly used for a person who is self-employed and is not necessarily committed to a particular employer long-term.

Freelance workers are sometimes represented by a company or an agency that resells their labor and that of others to its clients with or without project management and labor contributed by its regular employees.

Others are completely independent. While “independent contractor” or “engineering consultant” would be the term used in a higher register of English or in the 21st century, freelancing is common in culture and creative industries and this term specifically motions to participation therein.

In the 21st century freelance engineers are now working from all over the globe.  They provide needed services remotely while lowering corporate overhead and boosting productivity.  They can reduce corporate office sizes which in turn reduce electric consumption and daily commutes.  The average person spends 1.5 hours a day commuting to and from work.  Imagine the productivity that can be achieved through remote management and remote work.

Freelance Engineering Positions

This is our online blog where businesses & independent professionals can connect and collaborate remotely.  A place for freelance work and networking.  We keep it simple just post what you are looking for and receive responses from others who are looking for freelance and part time engineering positions.  Network and discuss hi-tech projects related to robotics, renewable energy, engineering design, CAD, programming and much more.

Most online freelance websites are NOT free even though they advertise that they are free to sign up.  In the long run there is no social networking as they remain in between the client and the consultant.

Since our industry is based on engineering consulting we decided its time to open up a free blog for people to network and find freelance engineering work.  Work from home high tech job feeds.  Post and share professional experience.  Collaborate with others on projects.  Connect with new potential clients.  Discuss engineering consulting and business.  All positions are strictly working from home and working remotely.

Updated: 04/20/2019 — 12:18 pm

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  1. I have noticed as a professional engineer that many companies are reluctant to work remotely. They are not well equipped with fast computers and decent internet speeds. A lot of corporations say they are hi-tech but they are actually ten years behind. When you look for new clients they specifically post no remote work or no working from home. Its as if they are blocking the future of engineering development work. These companies claim they are hi-tech but they are far from it.

    From my experience there is virtually nothing that is not accessible through online measures today. Take for example smart phones. They can be accessed remotely using a variety of free and paid tools. Development of microelectronics can be coded remotely and the code can be loaded into the hardware from just about any location on earth. Meetings can take place through a multitude of online tools that allow multiple participants. The remote world has a long way to grow and prosper and corporations who do not take advantage of what the internet has to offer are going to quickly fall behind.

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