Reference Code:  101267

Textile Project Manager - Group Responsible Sourcing


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.

Located in Richemont Headquarters, Bellevue, Switzerland, and reporting to the Group Leather Responsible Sourcing Project Manager, this new role is pivotal to support the Fashion & Accessories Maisons in bringing up responsible sourcing practices. By ensuring the application of Responsible Sourcing policies and procedures, the Textile Project Manager will contribute to protect the reputation of our Maisons.


The mission of the Textile Project Manager is to support the deployment of the Responsible Sourcing program in the space of the Textile supply chain, through the following elements: 

  • Supply Chain risk profile, based on Environmental, Social, Governance - “ESG” - criteria
  • Risk mapping - suppliers activities, subcontractors and more generally of any supply chain stakeholders up to the raw material source
  • Continuous evaluation of suppliers and subcontractors in coordination with our Maisons
  • Risk mitigation actions
  • Escalation and reporting mechanisms


The mission is to build, implement and manage the Textile supply chain network and tools to support Maisons and entities to mitigate ESG and compliance risks, the latter driving also sourcing intelligence activities. In addition, the Textile Project Manager will support the Group Leather Responsible Sourcing Project Manager in building a resilient textile responsible sourcing management system, to answer the requirements of upcoming sustainability regulations.


Textile Supply Chain expertise, Maisons and entities coordination, as well as data management will be key to assess and secure the risks relative to the Textile upstream supply chain. 


The scope of the role does include all Richemont Maisons sourcing and/or producing finished products with textile related materials, animal, plant or synthetic based. This corresponds to our Fashion & Accessories Maisons - Alaïa, AZ Factory, Chloé, Dunhill, Purdey and Peter Millar.




Establish an accurate, reliable textile supply chain database and KPI’s

  • Build and maintain the textile database including all suppliers and raw materials due diligence related information
  • Build and deploy a set of responsible sourcing KPI’s, leveraging of the leather supply chain KPI’s, adding tailored indicators if any for textile
  • Participate in the definition of textile supply chain risk profile
  • Ensure data security and confidentiality

Coordinate supply chain audit plan and mitigations actions 

  • Prepare the textile supply chain audit plan 
  • Follow-up and ensure audit plan execution 
  • Coordinate ESG and Compliance actions related to suppliers for all Maisons and entities


Animate the Group Textile supply chain community

  • Support the Group Leather Responsible Sourcing Project Manager in defining and establishing the textile supply chain governance (committees, escalation, etc.)
  • Organize specific workshops to define guidelines and best practices, including ESG audits upgrade, new referentials (certifications, etc.)
  • Organize periodic meetings with Maisons to update strategies and communicate about risks evolution, audit results and ongoing actions
  • Prepare meetings minutes and provide supports to presentations


Other transversal related tasks 

  • Collaborate and share expertise with the Environment Responsible Sourcing team to enhance emission factors data
  • Support the creation of an antenna in the USA to connect with Peter Millar





  • Minimum 3-5 years experience in quality, procurement and/or in auditing companies in the space of textile supply chains
  • Fluent in English and French, Italian is a plus 
  • Capacity to coordinate (global vision of the project, delegation, communication)
  • Excellent Project Management skills
  • Relationship skills and ability to work in a transversal environment
  • Autonomy and ability to structure his/her own work and the work of others
  • Change management experience
  • Analytical skills
  • Rigor and reliability
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Readiness to travel





Our true power does not lie in our similarities but in the rich diversity of our arts, cultures, and human skills, as well as our specific ability to foster untapped potential. 

  • We value freedom, collegiality, loyalty, and solidarity
  • We foster empathy, curiosity, courage, humility, and integrity
  • We care for the world we live in





  1. If your application is selected, our Talent Acquisition team will reach out to you for an introductory call
  2. In case of mutual interest, you will have an interview with the hiring manager, and possibly additional stakeholders
  3. As a final step, you will meet with our HR Business Partner