Teach English in France
CITY: Saint Etienne
SALARY: Salary is between 1600 euros and 1700 euros depending on experience
You will be teaching between 20 and 25 hours per week business clients individually or in mini groups. Your working week is 35 hours so the time remaining will be used as preparation time. Salary is between 1600 euros and 1700 euros depending on experience. The cost of living locally is quite low. 600 per month should cover all of your major expenses such as rent (own flat) bills and food. You will have 6 weeks of holidays during the year.
We will contact you should we be interested in discussing your application further. Due to the number of CVs we receive we will not be able to respond to every
Teaching experience is essential
You must have a valid working permit for France as well as a driving licence to be considered. Please do not apply if you do not.
send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
France, with its colorful history and breath-taking architecture, is also the birthplace of some of the world’s most famous artists and writers. If you have a taste for elegant and refined cuisine, sophisticated culture, art, fashion, and some of the world’s finest wines, then France may be the place for you.
There are abundant museums and theaters, a vibrant music scene, and French people also have a passion for sports, with soccer being the most popular. … Read More
For an English teacher in France, salaries can vary considerably. Expect an average hourly rate between €16-€18 (US$20-23) for freelance teachers in English institutions and public schools. For teachers with contracts, a fixed monthly salary will usually range between €1,300-€1,800 (US$1,600-2,300). About 20% or more will go towards taxes and health insurance. Private tutoring is not common but there are those who insist on having a one on one English lessons. Teachers normally ask about €30-35 (US$38-44) per hour. … Read More
EU citizens are freely permitted to live and work in France of course, but non-EU citizens will have to go through the strict French bureuacracy and weeks of paperwork preparation.
Non-EU teachers, must apply for a long term visa, otherwise known as “visa du long sejour” from their country of origin. With this, the teacher may travel to France to immediately start on the job. Upon arriving, you will need to undergo a medical examination through immigration. If you do not have any serious health problems, you will then be issued a “Residence card” or “carte de sejour”. … Read More
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