PhUSE Board of Directors
PhUSE is an independent, non-profit organisation that is registered as a not-for-profit limited company in the UK. There are currently two legal guarantors that sit on the Board of Directors. Together these people drive all aspects of PhUSE including the Conferences, the Single Day Events, Membership and all other training and links within the industry.
This allows a structured approach to enable the growth of the organisation.
The PhUSE Board Members
Click on the links below to view the other PhUSE board members and their roles.
Each of the roles has a Terms of Reference Document, click on the roles above to view these.
Becoming a PhUSE Board Member
The process for election to the PhUSE Board is detailed in the graphic below:
PhUSE Committee Member
PhUSE is a growing society and as such, the most important thing for the
society to succeed and to grow is stability. Each of the Directors has a
sub-committee and any member of PhUSE can volunteer to open positions on sub-committees. With the exception of the
conference sub-committee, each sub-committee, consists of around six
people who will work with the Director to achieve the vision. Speak to a PhUSE Director for more information on volunteering.
There may be, on rare occasions, a business need to appoint specific people with specific experiences. If this is the case, after asking committee members for nomination, if nobody is suitable for the role the Board reserves the right to appoint from outside of the committee pool.
To make PhUSE successful, it is vital to have a large pool of resource to help out with many tasks to ensure the smooth running of PhUSE. The major event each year is the work involved with the annual conference, but many different tasks (conference section chairs, website, newsletters, single day events, etc.) also require assistance.
If you’d like to get involved in helping out with the conference or other aspects that PhUSE is planning to work on, then please get in touch with one of the members of the Board of Directors or by contacting the PhUSE Office.