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Become an English Instructor with BABYLANGUES – Recruiting now!

Published: 18 Dec, 2018

Babylangues

Visit website   recruitment@babylangues.com
France, Paris
Part time

Job title

English Instructor

Job description

Looking for a part-time job? Want to make the most of your stay in France while earning the best salary in the industry?

Why not join Babylangues and teach English to French children in a fun and creative way?

We are recruiting now!

Find out more at http://job-in-france.babylangues.com

With its method based on scientific research and carefully adapted to the different stages of childhood, Babylangues has become France's leading specialist in early language acquisition and revolutionised the way children learn languages through interactive activities taking place in their homes. Acclaimed by linguists and extensively covered in prestigious media outlets (BBC, NPR, Le Figaro, etc.), Babylangues is recruiting Anglophone instructors throughout the year and offering them the opportunity of a job in France, regardless of their level in French.

No prior teaching credentials are required to become a Babylangues Language Instructor, as all instructors are fully trained and provided with extensive pedagogical material upon joining the company. Over the course of their sessions, instructors introduce children to a range of fun activities (singing, dancing, drawing, etc.) and acquire invaluable professional skills. Furthermore, working with a French family is a great chance for instructors to improve their French and gain a first-hand insight into French culture.

As an instructor with Babylangues, you will:

* Work with children and share your passion for languages
* Receive training in Babylangues' methodology, acquire skills and discover a new way of teaching
* Improve your understanding of French culture by meeting French families
* Join a wide community of highly qualified language instructors and make friends from all over the world

Location: Paris and 17 other French cities: Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Lille, Toulouse, Montpellier, Nice, Rennes, Grenoble, Tours, La Rochelle, Aix-en-Provence, Strasbourg, Dijon, Poitiers and Angers.

Start date: Recruiting now for for January 2019! We do also accept applicants on a rolling basis though.

Working hours: generally during the after-school period, and/or all-day Wednesdays and Saturdays. You should be available at least 2 days a week starting 4pm.

Salary and benefits

Salary: Competitive pay rates of €10.00 - €16.50 NET (after tax) per hour.(you could be paid €10.00, 10.45, 12.50 or 16.50/hour depending on where in France you work and whether you are working with one family in their home or running one of our workshops)

Flexible hours to suit availabilities; 5 to 20 hours per week.

French part-time open-ended contract (CDI).

Benefits include:
• Free French classes
• Free mobile phone
• Free Vélib' pass (bike rental service)
• Help settling into life in France (accommodation, French bank account, French social security, CAF)
• Discounts on holidays and outings

Requirements

A Babylangues instructor should:

• Speak English as a mother tongue, or have a very strong proficiency in English
• Be aged 18 years old minimum
• Be an EU citizen or possess a valid working or student visa
• Have experience working with young children
• Be conscientious, dynamic and creative (artistic and sports skills are a plus)
• No level of French or formal teaching experience required

How to apply

Just fill in our quick and easy application form: job-in-france.babylangues.com/p/apply...

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