Job / Assignment Search

Welcome to the US Press Association Freelance Job Search Tool. We provide this service to our members free of charge.This service works several ways.This form will help you create a strong, eye-catching freelance profile for whatever your niche may be (photographer, videographer, writer, editor, blogger, reporter, web content writer). We search for the best match for each individual, and do so with much success.Jobs and assignments are added and change on a daily basis. Often times assignment descriptions can change once or multiple times a day. Joining multiple job search sites, searching listings daily, creating multiple user profiles all can take up an extreme amount of time. In some ways attempting to find jobs or assignments is in itself a full-time job. Once you complete the questionnaire, we take the aggregate information provided, categorize the member information and submit members for appropriate jobs/assignments across a network of (sites, companies, organizations, people, etc.)that are in need of the skills, knowledge or services you offer. If you are not a member yet, you can JOIN NOW and then return to complete this form. You are welcome to complete this form more than once if you forgot to add something or perhaps you have learned a new skill or added a recent work reference. Keep in mind, submitting this form multiple times will in no way increase your odds of finding a job or assignment. If you are a person, business or organization seeking to hire someone with particular skills or services you can Click Here. We will help match what you are looking for with our most qualified members free of charge.
* USPA Member ID#
* First Name
* Last Name
* Email
* Phone Number
* How Far Are You Willing To Travel?
* Do you require paid travel
  Yes
  No
* What Is Your Primary Skill Set?
 Photography
  Video
  Writing
  Technical Field Support
  Other
* Secondary Skill(s)
 Photography
  Video
  Writing
  Technical Field Support
  Other
* "About You" - Use a few lines to introduce yourself. Be genuine and unique, but try to do so in a way that won't frighten potential employers
* Your Skills - Create an outline of your skills. Use some detail, but try not to be too lengthy
* List Some Past Or Current Projects
* List Any Certifications You May Have
* Approximate Hourly Rate You Are Seeking
* Annual Salary You Are Seeking
* Approximate Length Of Time You Have Been Active As A (Photographer, Videographer, Writer, Blogger Etc)
* References (this is not required, but adding references is typically a good idea)
* Add any other information you feel may help
* denotes required field