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Regulatory Stewardship Specialist (Korean Speaker)

Seoul, Republic of Korea

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As the largest pureplay adhesives company in the world, H.B. Fuller’s (NYSE: FUL) innovative, functional coatings, adhesives and sealants enhance the quality, safety and performance of products people use every day. Founded in 1887, with 2023 revenue of $3.5 billion, our mission to Connect What Matters is brought to life by more than 7,000 global team members who collaborate with customers across more than 30 market segments in over 140 countries to develop highly specified solutions that enable customers to bring world-changing innovations to their end markets.

Position Title: Regulatory Stewardship Specialist
Location: Seoul, Korea


As the Korea Regulatory Stewardship Specialist, you will be involved in a wide range of areas from supporting integration activities for new business acquisitions to providing regulatory guidance in support of new product development efforts. You will be required to partner effectively with global teams including research scientists, product development engineers, marketing professionals, and commercial leaders to prioritize work, as necessary. You must be capable of independent work but also able to work with multifunctional teams.


This individual will be involved in a variety of regulatory activities, including:

  • Authoring (Material) Safety Data Sheets using current H.B. Fuller Asia Pacific systems and processes to meet GHS requirements.

  • Participating with industry groups and regulatory authorities within Korea to understand and influence regulatory changes

  • Anticipating and communicating regulatory changes that would impact Product Stewardship risks for existing products as well as new products

  • Administrating document repositories for multiple groups and business partners.  Manage the chemical regulation in the specific industries and focus markets where we conduct businesses.  Review our products accordingly to make sure the products are compliant to the specific industry regulation and/or requirement.

  • Providing support and guidance to Product Stewardship functions, business leaders and technology developers, regarding all aspects of product stewardship including product compliance, material and product safety, and product footprint.

  • Managing multiple priorities concurrently and setting priorities to meet customer and business demands in a fast-changing, results-oriented environment.

  • Liaising with the regulatory and product safety departments of strategic customers, studying their internal clearance processes, and delighting customers via personal and friendly regulatory support.

  • Responding to a wide variety of customer’s regulatory compliance questions.  These questions may be in response to government agency regulations within Korea; non-government organization requirements; or specific customer requirements.  Some will be complex multi-regulation documents and come in a variety of customer formats.

  • Working with Product Managers and sharing voice of customer information.

  • Coordinating communications/short trainings to the sales, tech service, and other business team members.

  • Developing relationships in a collaborative manner with global regulatory colleagues in the European Union, Americas, and Asia Pacific.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Engineering or Health related field.

  • At least 5 years of industrial experience, preferably in Chemical industry.

  • Knowledge/experience on Korea regulations, e.g., Korea REACH, Korea CCA, Korea OSHA.

  • Ability to communicate in Korean, English, and/or Mandarin.

  • Self-motivated, proactive and confident. Can-do attitude.

  • Ability to present ideas effectively and communicate well with all levels of management within a team environment on a variety of programs and projects.

  • Demonstrated ability to start and lead projects or initiatives to a successful outcome.

  • Well organized. Able to work under pressure, manage competing demands and meet tight deadlines with strong follow through.

H.B. Fuller is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and proud to have created a collaborative culture where employees around the world are seen, heard, and respected. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, or marital status or status as a protected veteran, or any other legally protected classification.

H.B. Fuller does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters, employment agencies, or staffing firms. To conduct business with H.B. Fuller, a written service agreement must be executed by Human Resources prior to submitting any information relating to a potential candidate. Without a signed service agreement, H.B. Fuller shall not be obligated for payment of any fee or compensation.

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