Exprive Inc. | Business Registration: 284-88-01814 | Seungmin Baek
123-1001, 79 Haengdang-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, South Korea (04713)
+82 070-8064-5884 | email@example.com
Posted on 2021.04.12
Location : Seoul, Korea
Industry : General Office Operation, Marketing
The Legal & International Affairs Division comprises of two separate Committees (focused on the Intellectual Property Rights and Fashion & Retail) and two forums (Compliance and Human Resources) dealing with legal and regulatory matters. Whereas the Committees are ECCK’s core advocacy platforms and through such members’ business challenges are resolved, the Forums are focused on information exchange about recent developments and practices.
-Engaging with key Korean, European, and international counterparts to address and resolve business challenges of members;
-Gathering industry contributions and drafting of formal position papers;
-Devising and operating activities according to member needs (including Committee meetings, seminars, conferences);
-Contribution to the general operation of the ECCK
-Minimum of three years of relevant professional experience;
-Knowledge of intellectual property rights;
-Familiarity with Korean legislation and legislative processes;
-Fluency in English (both oral and written); TOEIC SCORE: 900 or above. TOEIC Speaking: Level 6 or above;
-Fluency in Korean beneficial;
-Excellent research & analytical skills and capacity to summarize relevant information;
-Outstanding writing and communication skills;
-Pro-active and able to work independently, sometimes under tight deadlines;
-Flexible and able to work on multiple projects at any one time;
-International mindset, comfortable working in a multi-national environment;
-Proficiency in using MS Office and Hansoft.
ECCK / 주한유럽상공회의소
The European Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ECCK) is a distinguished association of European companies operating in or related to Korea. By registering with the Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy (MoTIE), the ECCK was officially founded as a non-profit organization on December 3, 2012.
Established with the blessings of the EU Delegation and the European business community in Korea, the ECCK’s primary objective is to provide its members with information, communication, and access pertaining to the business and regulatory environment of Korea. While European companies form the largest membership base of the organization, the ECCK welcomes companies of all nationalities to join and to share the membership benefits.
Entrusted with member’s mandate, the Board of Director presides over the organization. The Advisory Board embodies representatives of national chambers and embassies, providing general guidance and advice. The Secretariat functions to execute the Chamber’s day-to-day activities and operations.
The ECCK aims to promote a fair and open business environment by facilitating dialogue between European corporations and the Korean government all the while operating for the benefit of the Korean society.
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