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Teach languages in France with Speaking-Agency

Published: 31 Jan, 2020

Speaking-Agency

Visit website   bonjour@speaking-agency.com
France, Paris
Part time

Job title

ENGLISH TEACHER

Job description

Every year, we offer more than 2,500 jobs in babysitting and teaching with NO FRENCH NEEDED for native or bilingual speakers.

LOCATION : PARIS + most major cities in France

2 types of jobs are available all year long

• Nannying children from 5 up to 40 hours per week
• Teaching your language to kids, teenagers or adults from 2 to 15 hours per week

It's more than a job: BECOME A LANGUAGE AMBASSADOR!

Pass on your knowledge and passion for languages,

Join a community of 2,500 foreigners and make new friends from all over the world,

Improve your skills with our approach developed by educational experts in language acquisition.

Once again this year, we were in Le Figaro ranking of 2018 Top Recruiters in France.

This job is available to people who are officially recognized as handicapped workers (RQTH)

Salary and benefits

Total package: €11,5 - 14 brut/hour for babysitting, €16 - 24 brut/hour for teaching

+ A dedicated HR advisor / Assistance with French administration
+ Social security and private health insurance policy provided
+ Free French classes in Paris
+ Full online training + workshops about nannying and teaching
+ Access to negotiated deals (accommodation, bank, insurance, movies, language courses, travel…)
+ International Wine&Cheese parties, Halloween party...

Requirements

• Be at least 18
• No diploma required
• No minimum level of French required
• Be an EU citizen or hold a visa to work in France
• Minimum stay: 3 months

How to apply

To apply, don't send a resume: simply fill-in the application form on our website (3 min): Click here to apply

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