I think the best way to find individuals from this forum would be to post what the project is and hope someone interested comes along. That or reach out to known good SQL gurus and see if they are available.
Knowing your budget (under $200) but not knowing what work needs to be done doesn't tell us a lot. MAYBE you have a days worth of work, maybe you have a years worth of work. As far as I know, there is no central repository of SQL Server consultants. And even if there was, I wouldn't expect people to post themselves on there and say "I am decent at SQL. Hire me.". Depending on the scope of the work, posting the job as a term position may be appropriate and gives you a good chance to turn people down if needed.
I also think that limiting the consultant to specific tools will limit your success with the project. As Sergiy said, SSIS is pretty ineffective. But it does have its place. There ARE cases where it makes sense or may be required to use SSIS.
But hiring someone without them knowing what they are going to be working on is tricky. If I was a consultant, I would want to have a rough idea of how long I expect the project to take and how long you expect the project to take. If you think it is a weekend project and I see it as a 6 month project, I would want to know how you came up with your timeline and I could explain mine.
To summarize, I think you would get more "bites" looking for a consultant if the consultant knew what they were getting into. What exactly is the project? What is the timeline? What is the budget? If you are looking for $50/hour for a 6 hour project, whoever grabs that will think it is going to be an easy task But if you are looking for $150/hour for a 6 month project, it is a more complicated task that requires more skill. Basically the cost defines the skill required and the duration helps the consultant know if they have time to do the project. And describing the project helps the consultant know if the timeline and budget are reasonable.
That being said, ALL of the good consultants will have their rates pre-defined and may wiggle a little bit on them depending on how badly they need work. Also, the last and most important part to remember when hiring anyone - you get what you pay for.