Topic: "How to Work as a Consultant in the Gig Economy"
Speaker: David Schuchman, President, Princeton Technology Advisors, LLC
More FENG members are finding it difficult to secure a CFO, Controller, or Director career opportunity that they find interesting, offers a desirable compensation, is geographically desirable, and avails the work-life balance that they desire.
In response to the disconnect between what the market is offering and what FENG members need, more members are considering becoming a Consultant.
How to Work as a Consultant in the Gig Economy
A consultant is someone who contractually provides skills, a service or expert advice to others. For some professionals, this can be a new way to stay busy and earn income. Especially when full-time employment opportunities are not available.
- How do you work as a Consultant?
- How is being a Consultant an alternative to Full-Time employment?
- Why is it desirable for a client organization to hire a Consultant versus a Full-Time employee?
- How does the Consultant handle questions about E&O Policies? Sales Tax? Insurance?
- How does a Consultant generate new business, while they are fulfilling existing client needs?
This program will answer the above questions and more! As you consider the steps you need to follow to pursue a path to "Work as a Consultant".
About the speaker:
David Schuchman is an active leader in the job seeker support community. He is the current Executive Chair of the Professional Service Group of Mercer County in Princeton, NJ. In addition, David is a co-facilitator for New Jersey Job Seekers in Princeton, NJ. And he is on the boards of The Career Support Group at St. Gregory the Great in Hamilton, NJ and The Breakfast Club of New Jersey in East Brunswick, NJ.
David Schuchman is an Information Technology professional with a true passion for technology implementation, as well as applications design, development and IT operations. Presently, David is an Information Technology services, training, and management consultant with his own company, Princeton Technology Advisors, LLC.
Additionally, David is often requested to present topical programs and IT training classes to business groups, adult schools, job seeker support groups and public libraries.