Reference Code:  99527

ESG Risk & Data Manager


Bellevue, GE, CH


Richemont owns some of the world’s leading luxury goods Maisons, with particular strengths in jewellery, fine watches and premium accessories. Each Maison represents a proud tradition of style, quality and craftsmanship and Richemont seeks to preserve the heritage and identity of each of its Maisons. At the same time, we are committed to innovation and designing new products which are in keeping with our Maisons’ values, through a process of continuous creativity.


Our approach to sustainability is inspired by our history and purpose: ‘We Craft the Future’. In FY24, we continued building on our responsible business values and heritage. We initiated comprehensive change across our Group functions and regions, as well as our Maisons to integrate ESG principles right across our business. This past year, we have reinforced the foundations of our ESG framework with priorities drawn from our FY23 double materiality assessment and laid down the foundations of our ESG Risk & Opportunity Assessment. 




Reporting to the ESG Excellence Director, this position requires both non-financial data expertise and demonstrated ability to operationalise impact, risk and opportunity modelling and assessment.

This new role will be in charge of the following responsibilities, including but not limited to:


•    Oversee the evolution of Richemont’s approach to ESG risk & opportunity assessment, an essential pillar of the Group’s ESG management system, integrated with the Double Materiality and with other pillars such as climate mitigation and adaptation.

•    Coordinate risk & opportunity assessments (TCFD, TNFD), including performing quantitative assessments of physical risks and transition risk scenario analysis in close collaboration with Functions and Maisons, and collaborate with Group Finance to translate economic and physical projections into impacts on financial statements.

•    Contribute to the evolution of the Group’s reporting framework (GRI, ESRS) by coordinating the development of non-financial accounting manuals, including supporting Group Finance in the definition of the internal control system for non-financial data worldwide.      
•    Contribute to ESG reporting with a particular focus on risk & opportunity disclosures.
•    Contribute to data management improvements including through digitalization.
•    Contribute to prepare submissions to ESG rating questionnaires (e.g., CDP, Sustainalytics) and other third-party sustainability surveys.
•    Keep abreast of evolving ESG regulations, standards and industry trends, and provide recommendations to inform future programs and initiatives.



•    ESG impact, risk and opportunity expertise (TCFD, TNFD)

•    Familiarity with IPCC and other global, regional and local climate models

•    Good knowledge of non-financial reporting standards (GRI, ESRS)

•    Prior exposure to GHG accounting methodologies

•    Familiarity with internal controls and related internal control frameworks (e.g., COSO)
•    Current knowledge of sustainability practices, and applicable laws and regulations (e.g. CSRD)
•    Familiarity with science-based targets and environmental sustainability reporting frameworks (e.g. GRI, SBTN, CDP, etc.)
•    Proven communication and influencing skills
•    Detail oriented self-starter who can influence across functions and diverse stakeholder groups
•    Strong verbal and written communication skills
•    Strong time management and multitasking skills
•    Knowledge or understanding of the luxury sector
•    English and French critical languages



•    At least 10 years of professional experience, including 5 years in a similar position

•    Master degree in relevant discipline (sustainability, engineering, business)

•    Advanced training in sustainability management / risk management and reporting
•    Track record of change management processes and demonstrated experience in working with multiple stakeholders to successfully execute complex projects
•    Experience working in a large, complex global organization  



The ideal candidate will:

•   Have a strong understanding of ESG topics and trends, having worked in international organizations   

•   Demonstrate excellent knowledge of ESG risk and reporting methodologies and frameworks  

•   Demonstrate results-oriented project management capabilities with excellent written and verbal communication style and ability to influence and lead cross-functional partnerships

•   Experience of being a self-starter and comfortable in fast-paced environments

•   Effective multitasker, problem solver and stakeholder manager



1.   If your application is selected, we will reach out to you ASAP for an informal introductory call.

2.    The next step from there would be a technical interview with the Hiring Manager and the team; and if there is a match, you will have a personal meeting with him and our HR Manager.