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Permanent roles have defined long-term expectations and unlimited growth potential. Parade represents you throughout the process of finding that ideal fit, coordinates all interviews and negotiates maximum compensation. While we have access to the same advertised opportunities, the majority of our openings are unpublished and these firms are truly invested in hiring the right person immediately.
These “contract” or “consulting” opportunities are typically full-time, and project-based, where there is a given schedule for the assignment. These temporary commitments allow you to work on a specific project or fill down time in between your own projects. They are also great opportunities to show off your talent and create a potential longer-term, permanent opportunity…plus, you get paid time and one half for every hour over 40 per week!
These opportunities are set up in the same regard as contract roles except there is an understanding that when the contract assignment is successfully completed, there is potential to be converted into a permanent employee. This is a great trial period for both you and the client to see if there is a true professional and cultural fit for a long-term commitment.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CONTRACT WORK?
COMPETITIVE RATES – You are paid a competitive hourly rate for every hour you work with the opportunity to be paid time and a half for overtime.
HEALTH CARE & 401K – We can help you negotiate solid health care benefits (PPO) and 401K Plans and find a situation that works well for you.
TAXES SIMPLIFIED – W2 work basis: At Parade, we are responsible for the computation of taxes and accounting aspects of your compensation.
FOOT-IN-DOOR SYNDROME – Get your foot in the door. Consulting is an ideal way to show off your talents and prove yourself.
DEDICATED GUIDANCE – You get a career agent dedicated to helping you. Parade provides resume services, interview coaching and will represent you in future opportunities as well.
FLEXIBILITY – Better feedback on your performance. We maintain open communication with you and the employer, so that we can give you comprehensive feedback and address all your questions or concerns.