Not Your Average Volunteering Opportunities
Volunteering at PHUSE is not like your usual volunteering opportunity. For a start, you will be joining over 8,800 members helping to connect, share and advance ideas, tools and knowledge, for the largest biometrics society in the world. As a volunteer, you will be liaising with global regulatory organisations such as the FDA, CDISC, EMA and PDMA. Plus, you will be meeting and working alongside those who are actively working on redefining the pharmaceutical industry.
The size of our community means many cogs are needed to turn the wheel, which means a range of activities are available for those who want to volunteer. We have listed some of our opportunities below:
Communications and Marketing:
If you are a wizard with words, then submit an article to our Communications & Marketing team. We are always looking for people to share their knowledge or tips with our members. You may find your work published on one of our platforms, including PHUSE News and the PHUSE Blog.
PHUSE hosts over 20 Single Day Events (SDEs), Connects and Computational Science Symposiums (CSSes) every year, providing those interested in running events ample opportunity to get involved. There is also the chance to present at one of the events, sharing ideas and networking with industry peers.
To date, PHUSE runs approximately 60 active projects across six Working Groups. Our Working Groups are continually expanding and are always on the lookout for more volunteers. We recommend you visit our Wiki Page to find out more about our Working Groups and their projects.
To see the great work our projects have produced, including deliverables, click here
Would you like to promote all things PHUSE? If so, the Regional Membership Officer role may be for you. Within the role, you would help to increase membership and turn members into volunteers. We are always on the lookout for Regional Membership Officers within the APAC regions, and there are also plenty of volunteering opportunities for those based in the Americas or EMEA.
If you do not see what you are looking for, but would like to volunteer, please visit our Volunteering page.
Posted by Louise Crawley on
11 February 2019 at 10:00 AM