JUUL's mission is to improve the lives of the world’s one billion adult smokers by driving innovation to eliminate cigarettes. Headquartered in San Francisco and backed by leading technology investors including Tiger Global, Fidelity Investments and Tao Invest LLC, JUUL Labs is disrupting one of the world’s largest and oldest industries.

We’re an exceptional team with backgrounds in technology, healthcare, CPG and biotech, and we’re growing rapidly to deliver on our mission. We’re actively looking to hire the world’s best scientists, engineers, designers, product managers, supply chain experts, customer service and business professionals.


Reporting to the Head of Compliance, APAC. The purpose of this role is to contribute to the planning, development, execution and overall management of compliance programmes across APAC operations.

Key accountabilities

  • Overall responsibility for delivering compliance programme across a subset of APAC markets
  • Assist with the roll out of global & regional compliance programme and implementation, including the tracking of specific projects and initiatives across multiple geographies
  • Promote compliance initiatives working with other global and regional functions to identify, investigate and mitigate/resolve compliance issues, as appropriate
  • Ability to perform risk assessments and understand the level, significance and scope of the various risks and consolidate this to provide a clear picture of the risk landscape
  • Promote a greater understanding of company compliance systems and procedures through a comprehensive training and awareness programme and supporting local markets. Specific responsibilities
  • Support rollout of policies and processes including policy development, training and monitoring
  • Support local markets in interpretation of policies and procedures
  • Monitoring areas including but not limited to age verification, marketing and sales compliance, supplier and customer compliance, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, trade compliance, sanctions compliance, conflict of interest, speak-up
  • Provide feedback to Group & Regional Compliance on the local implementation of policies and procedures
  • Suggest process and procedure improvements
  • Share examples of best practice across markets/clusters
  • Conduct compliance training with management and/ existing and new employees
  • Participate in investigations and due diligence activities as required
  • Management and follow up of any reported policy and overall compliance breaches
  • Research into new compliance areas and maintenance of regulation matrix across covered countries


Professional skills

  • Ability to manage stakeholders at various levels of seniority and across different geographies and culture
  • Demonstrable experience investigating compliance breaches and reporting on them
  • Experience in risk management and implementing and managing compliance programmes

Key Experiences

  • The ideal candidate would have extensive experience of risk, audit, compliance or legal experience - preferably a combination of these gained in a major multi national
  • Significant exposure to regulated industries specifically medical devices/pharmaceuticals, CPG, food and beverage - preferably a combination of these
  • Proven ability to interact with people at all levels of an organisation, fostering strong cross-functional teamwork and results
  • Articulate, pragmatic, commercially minded, analytical and solutions-focused, with exceptional drive and enthusiasm
  • Good analytical skills, capable of thinking logically, using initiative and systematically able to resolve problems
  • Self-starter able to function in high performance rapidly changing environment with minimal support
  • Fluent in English and other languages (Korean / Mandarin Chinese / Japanese) preferred


  • A place to grow your career. We’ll help you set big goals - and exceed them
  • Work with talented, committed and supportive teammates
  • Equity and performance bonuses. Every employee is a stakeholder in our success
  • Lunch provided; boundless snacks and drinks
  • Excellent medical benefits
  • Cell phone subsidy 

JUUL Labs is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment for all employees and job applicants, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. JUUL Labs also complies with applicable employment eligibility verification requirements. All applicants must have the authorization to work for JUUL Labs in the country of employment.



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