AMOS SPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL is the first French Business School specialised in Sport Management; from an Undergraduate Bachelor to a Postgraduate Master of Business in Sport. AMOS SPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL has campuses in France and one international campus in London with strong university partnerships worldwide. AMOS SPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL trains managers, sales agents, and highly skilled entrepreneurs in all the areas of Sport Business. AMOS SPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL aims at being the reference and the interlocutor of the sporting movement and of the sport industry. 

The successful candidate will be responsible for the academic management of AMOS SPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL training programmes, being the primary academic point of contact for all the academic partners whilst supporting the director of campus in the development of the programmes. He/she is responsible of all the issues related to the pedagogy, training, management of relations with lecturers, management of schedules, the respect of the curricula, as well as the implementation of action plans related to quality improvements. 


  • Support the Director of campus and the International department in the development of courses and administer the approval and validation processes where necessary.


  • Take an organisational lead on the reporting and documenting of student progress reports and assessments in liaison with the director and academic partners. 
  • Organise, plan, and maintain training schedules.
  • Book and coordinate lecturers logistics and contracts.
  • Prepare and report of weekly team meetings.
  • Carry out day to day liaison with students.
  • Project management of course production programmes.
  • Management and overview of student attendance and punctuality.
  • Maintain student records in appropriate database in line with data-protection policy and accreditation needs.
  • Coordinate and regularly update all graduate records.
  • Update student records to note progress against learning objectives.
  • Maintain a database of tutors.
  • Ensure that learning/teaching resources are securely stored and available.
  • Respond to student enquiries.
  • Centralise and give feedback on pedagogical issues.
  • Assist with the training when appropriate.
  • Manage class surveys and prepare action plans accordingly.


  • Recruit, supervise and monitor a cohort of lecturers and industry professionals to deliver course material and course productions.
  • Tutor the lecturers in the preparation and delivery of their classes.
  • Set quality standards for practitioners, monitor, and evaluate accordingly. 
  • Track, formalise and analyse student feedback.
  • Control the content in relation to the curricula.
  • Control grades and feedback on assessments
  • Ensure effective and appropriate contractual agreements are in place with all lecturers in order to protect the best interests of the school and its students.
  • Control of invoices regarding hours completed.
  • Prepare and coordinate work between practitioners.


  • Develop learning plans for each student with clear learning and training goals in line with the academic objectives.
  • Monitor and evaluate student achievement against learning outcomes and relay all outcomes to academic partners.
  • Work closely and collaboratively with lecturers to ensure students are meeting/exceeding their learning goals.
  • Be the first point of contact for all academic partners.
  • Communicate schedules to students.
  • Participate in the recruitment process of students.
  • Support the Director and the International department by communicating all essential information in relation to the students pedagogical programmes.


  • Adhere to AMOS policies and procedures, working with the wider protocols and maintaining good liaison with other teams across the organisation.
  • Be an ambassador for AMOS. 
  • Undertake other duties from time to time.


  • Well-motivated
  • Target-oriented and results driven.
  • Excellent inter-personal skills
  • Very organised
  • Willingness to work as part of a small team and on one’s own initiative.


  • Leadership skills and experience
  • Solid communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Deep understanding of business principles
  • Planning skills
  • Integrity and honesty
  • Must be fluent in both French and English. 


  • An awareness of Higher education learning environment
  • An understanding of Higher education procedures, data processing and reporting
  • An understanding of AMOS SPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL


  • 3 years’ experience working in an academic role at Management level.
  • Demonstrative rigour in reporting and administrative management
  • Computer skills including ADOBE/OFFICE and editing software.
  • Must be educated at degree-equivalent level preferably in the field of Education. Desirable at Master’s level.

Post type: Permanent position

Contract: Full time

Start date: June 2021 

Location: Greenwich/London

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