English Speaking Jobs in Nice
Apply for our jobs in Nice and become an English Instructor. In one-to-one or in group sessions, share your passion for languages with children aged from 3 to 12 years old!
Creative and dynamic, cosmopolitan and young, Nice is bubbling with innovative developments worthy of Europe’s greatest capitals. Throughout the ages, the city changed hands multiple times, its maritime strength ever-increasing thanks to its strategic location. For a time, it was the location of an independent Roman city whose thermal baths, roads and foundations can still be seen today. For years, it was an Italian dominion and became part of France in 1860. Culturally and architecturally enriched over time, today Nice is the second-most visited place in France after Paris.
Nice’s famous Promenade des Anglais stretches along the coast, a delightful expanse punctuated by palms and pergolas. Further inland, the picturesque Old Town, with its maze of narrow alleyways and cobblestone streets, has a lively ambience reminiscent of Italy. The Vieille Ville begins at the Colline du Château and is bounded by spacious boulevards, including the Jardin Albert I, Place Masséna, and Promenade du Paillon. The southern end of the Old Town is where grocers bring their fresh products to market and the colourful flower stalls beautify the street every morning.
It is in Nice, not in America, that the first jazz festival in the world was born, which took place for the first time in February 1948. Over the years, many artists, such as Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Helen Humes, Herbie Hancock, and Miles Davis, have regularly appeared at the festival. This music celebration offers san eclectic mix of traditional and modern sounds with an international line-up and remains one of the Riviera’s biggest annual events.
Babylangues is recruiting now for SEPTEMBER 2017!
Babylangues has been France’s leading specialist in early language acquisition since 2008. The company recruits English instrcutors on a rolling basins, offering them the opportunity of an enriching work experience. Every instructor is being trained in an unique teaching methodology and receives teaching materials and activities to do every week. It has to be noted that no teaching credentials are required to work at Babylangues. No particular level of French is required, even beginners in French are accepted.
THE JOB AS A LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR
During the sessions, the Instructors share their passion for languages with the children, in one-to-one or group exchanges, to immerse the children into the language and bring English into their daily routine. Being placed into a French family gives the Intructors the sense of a real immersion into French culture, and the opportunity to improve their level of French.
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)
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: €16.50 NET per hour (after tax).
French part-time open-ended contract (CDI).
Take a few minutes to fill in the application form and our team will contact you with a response within 48 hours.