About Strasbourg

Strasbourg, the capital of the Alsace region, acts as a European crossroads. Designated the capital of Europe just after the Second World War, today the historical, cultural and gastronomic heritage of the city is world-renowned. This cosmopolitan city hosts three major international institutions: the European Parliament, the Palace of Human Rights and the Council of Europe. The medieval town is dotted with original half-timbered houses, and you can feast your eyes on its quaint watchtowers, mills and the covered bridges that lead to the Barrage Vauban.

The ornate fifteenth century Gothic Notre-Dame Cathedral in Strasbourg dominates the city center. Built from pink sandstone, its tower was the tallest building in the world for over two hundred years, offering stunning views of both the Black Forest and the Vosges mountains. According to legend, an underground lake exists beneath the cathedral. A mere stone’s throw away are the three main museums in Strasbourg: the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Archaeological Museum.

Christmas owes a lot to Strasbourg. The very tradition of decorating a Christmas tree started in Alsace and it was in Strasbourg in 1570 that the very first edition of the oldest Christmas market in Europe took place. Since this time, Strasbourg has continued the tradition of a traditional, authentic, warm and generous Alsatian Christmas and these are all the reasons why “Strasbourg, the Capital of Christmas” continues to enjoy repeated success.

Jobs in Strasbourg Teaching Your Native Language

Looking for a part-time teaching job in Strasbourg? Babylangues has work opportunities for non french speakers (English or German speakers) to teach their native language to children in a creative and fun way, following Babylangues’ unique methodology.

Starting date for the jobs: we recruit on a rolling basis – you could start as soon as possible!

Part-time jobs with CDI contrat (5 to 25 hours per week).
Working hours are usually on an after-school basis, meaning you will have to be available at least two days a week starting 4pm, and/or all-day Wednesday or Saturday

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Salary in Strasbourg

Competitive pay rates: 10-16.50€ NET per hour:

  • Typically €16.50 net/hour (21.50 before tax) for workshops – qualified teaching sessions – (1h30).
  • Typically €10 net/hour (12.30 before tax) for regular after-school sessions (min 2h).

Other Benefits

  • Free mobile subscription
  • Free annual Vélhop subscription (bike service)

We are looking to dynamic and creative people willing to join our international team to share their passion for languages. No previous teaching experience is required to apply to work at Babylangues as all Instructors receive training in Babylangues’ methodology, enabling them to acquire new professional teaching skills. This new way of teaching is based on a daily immersion of the child in the language, with a routine of songs, games and fun activities that allow the child to learn through play.

All the Babylangues Instructors are placed into French families which allows them to get a true understanding of French culture, and to develop strong attachments with the families they worked with.

All level of French are welcome to join the company. This part-time position is ideal for students, but also for all candidates looking for a subsidiary income. The position is open to certified teachers, but not previous diploma or teaching experience is actually required. We do require to have previous work experience working with children (childcare, tutoring, teaching, sports coaching…).