COVID UPDATE, April 2021:
Though there is a confinement in France for the month of April, our Gaspard childcarers still have the ability to work, study and enjoy Paris within a 10mk radius from their homes.
Additionally, we are currently recruiting for our part-time jobs and Childcare Diploma Programme which starts in September 2021 so please don’t hesitate to apply!
Why join us…
Our Gaspard childcare team hail from all parts of the world and usually have experience being a nanny, babysitter, au pair or are just looking to work in fun jobs with kids! Through our array of social events, French lessons, training and work, we ensure you have a fun and memorable experience in Paris.
All of our office staff are bilingual so can always provide an English perspective and advice on French matters and admin. It is easy to meet people and make friends with the other babysitters through our free French lessons, cooking classes, regular social and sporting events!
Live in Paris
Whatever your reason for being in Paris, come and join our community of English speaking childcare team where we can offer you an English speaking job and support for living here. This is the perfect way to experience Paris.
To help get you started, delve into our sections on budgeting, how to find accommodation (now that you are not an au pair!) or perhaps start ticking off items in the helpful move checklist.More
Study in Paris
We created the Paris Institute of Childcare Training with the aim to develop our employees’ career aspirations within the childcare and French language sector.
All courses are run in friendly and supportive environment with the overall objective to help you further your career and personal development in Paris.More
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