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Working hours

Flexible working hours will allow you to make the most of your stay in France.

Once you reach the matching stage, you will have the opportunity to talk through the options available, finding the perfect fit to work around your other commitments, be it your studies or another part-time job. One session a week to every evening, full-day Wednesdays and even weekend sessions, Instructors have the possibility to work with one or several families, complimenting their number of hours with their availabilities and wishes.

If you are a student coming to France, but are still awaiting your finalised timetable, you can nevertheless start working flexible hours as soon as you arrive.

“Babylangues were very quick to get back to me and THE FLEXIBLE WORKING HOURS FITTED INTO my university timetable and studies.” – Ruth

 

Babylangues recruits anglophone Instructors throughout the year. You may apply and/or start working as an instructor at any time of the year.

Upon applying, you will be asked to provide us with the date up until you intend on being in France and working with Babylangues. Should you wish to shorten your contract after this stage, we require a two month notice period. This not only provides Babylangues with sufficient time to find a suitable replacement, but more importantly allows the child to accustom themselves to this change.

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Work close to your home!

 

Babylangues endeavours to match you with a family based as close as possible to your home address, or indeed your place of study or work. When you reach the matching stage and you are presented with a family, you are provided with the travel time and route to get to said family’s home by public transport.

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