JOBS IN FRANCE FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS – NO FRENCH REQUIRED

Who?

Native Speakers of all languages, studying, working, living in France (or dreaming about it!),
now or in the future.
No French required.

What?

Language Instructor jobs in France. Children aged 3 to 12. English teachers are welcome, but no teaching experience is required. Training provided.

How?

Part-time jobs from 5 to 25 hours per week. Build your own schedule to fit in around studies or other commitments.
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Here is what the job is like



Established in

2008

Pioneer in early language learning


Present in

18

Title

cities in France


Instructors coming from

47

countries in the world


Trusted by over

8500

families in France

jobS in France

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 foreign languages through interactive activities taking place in their homes. Acclaimed by linguists and extensively covered in prestigious media outlets (BBC, NPR…), Babylangues recruits Anglophone instructors throughout the year and offers them the opportunity of a job in France, regardless of their level in French.

TEACH ENGLISH IN FRANCE

No prior teaching credentials are required to apply for our jobs in France and teach English, as all Babylangues 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 to teach English as a second language. 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.

“I was placed with a lovely family in the suburbs of Paris. They have welcomed me into their family and definitely provided me with insight into life and cultural practices in France. On multiple occasions they invited me for dinner!”

— Andrew

Already in France?

Babylangues offers language Instructor positions in 18 French cities. EU or otherwise, Erasmus exchange or student visa, working holiday visa or expatriate… Gap year, year abroad, postgraduate or otherwise… Babylangues has a job for you!
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Planning on coming?

You are considering moving to France and wonder how you could secure a job before diving into the unknown? Babylangues has got it covered and has been successfully welcoming language Instructors from all over the world for the past 10 years!
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Don't know yet?

Whether you find moving overseas too daunting right now or you simply have no idea when you will finally make that move to France, Babylangues has all the administrative support you need to plan a safe and unforgettable experience.
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Job description

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