About Us 

Textile Exchange is a global non-profit driving positive impact on climate change across the fashion and textile industry. It guides a growing community of brands, manufacturers, and farmers towards more purposeful production from the very start of the supply chain. 

By 2030, its goal is to guide the industry to achieve a 45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions within fiber and raw material production. Its focus is holistic and interconnected, accelerating the adoption of practices that improve the state of our water, soil health, and biodiversity too. 

For real change to happen, everyone needs a clear path to positive impact. That’s why Textile Exchange believes that approachable, step-by-step instruction paired with collective action can change the system to make preferred materials and fibers an accessible default, mobilizing leaders through attainable strategies, proven solutions, and a driven community. 

At Textile Exchange, materials matter. To learn more, visit TextileExchange.org. 

Working at Textile Exchange 

We work remotely with a team located in 20+ countries. We are a diverse group committed to harnessing the strengths of the global textile industry to accelerate change toward climate and other key environmental goals. We work collaboratively on important environmental issues around the world by working and interacting with farming groups, processors, brands, retailers, and environmental experts in the textile and fashion industries around the world.

We offer an opportunity to join a cutting-edge global environmental nonprofit and to help strengthen the impact of our organization. Each Textile Exchange employee is offered a competitive compensation package with paid time off, yearly bonus, opportunities for continuing education, and more. 

Job Summary 

The Manager, Standards Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL), reports to the Senior Technical Manager, Standards and is part of the Standards and Assurance Platform that develops and oversees independent tools for the verification of responsible practices that support driving positive impacts related to raw material production in the textile industry. The platform covers three primary areas: setting and managing standards systems, assurance oversight for the implementation of standards, and overseeing claims and labeling related to standards. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a mission-driven organization.

The role of the Manager, Standards, MEL is integral to our commitment to achieving the Textile Exchange Climate+ goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 45% by 2030 and other key impact outcomes. In this role you will be responsible for the design, implementation, quality monitoring and reporting of the Impact Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework for the standards system. The framework will ensure data accuracy and enable valuable insights to enhance our standards and assurance systems.  

Like all roles at Textile Exchange, this role will be primarily home-based. Textile Exchange is a US-based, remote-working organization with a global team. This position is open to domestic and international candidates. Some overlap of working hours with Europe and the US Pacific Standard Time zones is required. 

Duties and Responsibilities 

Setting up the Impact Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Framework for the standards system: 

Implementation and coordination of MEL activities: 

Minimum Experience and Qualifications  

Preferred Experience and Qualifications  

Employment Package  

How to Apply  

Please submit the following here

If you have any pressing questions after completing your application, and meet the qualifications, please contact recruitment@textileexchange.org.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as they are submitted. Early application submission is strongly encouraged.   

Textile Exchange is committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.