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Enthusiastic EFL Teacher Needed in France

Date posted:2013-03-05 | Writer: Wall Street Institute | Email: [email protected]

Wall Street Institute Is recruiting an EFL Teacher to work in Saint-Laurent-du-Var on The French Riviera!  We work in a fun and dynamic environment, so we're looking for a friendly, motivated, and enthusiastic person to join us!                                                       

Working at Wall Street Institute provides you with the opportunity to help others speak English as a second language and to improve their personal and professional lives. As part of the global Wall Street Institute team, you will be exposed to intercultural exchange and exciting career opportunities.


EU Passport/Valid working papers
TEFL/TESOL/CELTA (or equivalent)
BA or 2+ years teaching experience
Teaching experience
Driver license needed

We offer a PERMANENT contract
136 hours per month
1503 euros/month + bonuses

+ 5 weeks paid vacation
+ Excellent health insurance
+ Restaurant vouchers
+ Extensive and continuous teacher training
+ Internal promotion

If you are enthusiastic, highly motivated, with great interpersonal skills then please email a CV to Ms. Laëtitia Bonnot, HR Manager, at the address given on the job heading. 

2 patio de la Pyramide 
92800 – France

Tel:  00331 58138964

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


It is interesting how complex the structure of the English language really is. I will need to repeat and research all these catagories of tenses going forward. I understand English is a complex language to learn, and I am grateful that it is the global language and my birth language! This understanding provides me with the determination to be patient when teaching someone who is new to English.Unit 8 future tenses: there are many different forms of future tense. They can all be a little confusing to understand. Future simple focuses on a time later than now using prediction, promises, threats, assumptions. Future continuous focuses on a action that will be in progress at a time later than now. It's usages include, predicting the present, polite inquiries, and reference to future events.