IIE Membership | Professional Membership: $154*
Working on Your Behalf
Your membership helps support IIE programs that benefit the whole profession:
Elevates the image and prominence of industrial engineers. IIE raises the awareness of the industrial engineering professional through awards recognizing IE achievements, high-profile events such as National Engineers Week, and campaigns that widely promote industrial engineering.
Ensures the continued value of an industrial engineering degree. IIE ensures the continued value of an industrial engineering degree through ABET accreditation and supports professional engineering licensure with test question evaluation and test preparation classes.
Supports industrial engineering education. Scholarships, technical competitions, educational colloquia and diversity programs help industrial engineering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students succeed in their chosen career.
Promotes engineering as a career. IIE’s partnerships with K-12 school teachers and career counselors are opportunities for the next generation to see their future in engineering.
12 issues of Industrial Engineer magazine are included with membership
IIE members include industry leaders and academics from all fields that intersect under the industrial engineering umbrella, including process industries, lean, logistics and supply chain, health systems, and applied ergonomics. Expand your skills and strengthen your professional network when you access IIE’s resources and connect to our extensive network.
“IIE does a great job of providing everything an IE needs for professional and personal growth.” – IIE member
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Grow Your Professional Network
Share ideas and learn from experts in industrial and systems engineering, manufacturing, ergonomics, healthcare management, logistics, and other related fields at IIE’s conferences and events. IIE members receive deep discounts on registration at all events, including the IIE Annual Conference & Expo.
Participate in Societies and Divisions
Do you specialize in process industries, lean, logistics and supply chain, or health systems? IIE knows there are a broad range of fields included under the industrial engineering umbrella –connect with like-minded professionals within your field and gain access to specialized technical content in one of IIE’s many societies and divisions.
Advance with the Career Center
If you are an individual ready to find your next great career opportunity or an employer in search of qualified candidates, turn to IIE’s Career Center. Job seekers can search job offerings, post their resume, and create job alerts and employers can save time and money by reaching many qualified candidates.
Stay on the Cutting Edge
Learn about the industrial and systems engineering field’s latest advancements and solutions in IIE’s award-winning, member-only magazine, Industrial Engineer. Or, turn to IIE Transactions, IIE’s flagship research journal and one of the most highly rated journals in the engineering field, for the latest theoretical and application-based research.
“The magazine always has excellent articles with studies of how techniques are applied in the field; I refer to them frequently when exploring solutions. The webinars are nice to hear from people in the field. I know training resources are available if I need them.” – IIE member
Reach out through the Member Directory
IIE’s member directory is an easy way to find colleagues and subject matter experts, but only IIE members have access to it. Reconnect with professional contacts or reach out to a speaker after an interesting session. Easily search the entire directory by title, company or job function.
“IIE has provided the network and volunteer leadership opportunities that have helped me excel in my personal and professional career.” – IIE member
Meet IE’s Near You
Meet members face-to-face on a regular basis with one of IIE’s many professional and student chapters and regions. Programs often include speakers and facility tours, and lead to community involvement and increased awareness of the profession and how it benefits local businesses and projects.
IIE is a volunteer-driven association. The Board of Trustees is elected from and by the membership, and provides leadership and guides the direction of the organization. Additional leadership is provided by committees made up of volunteer members. Develop your leadership skills and grow your network even more when you take advantage of IIE’s numerous volunteer opportunities: www.iienet.org/volunteer.