Frequently Asked Questions

Questions for teachers

Questions for recruiters

Subscription to email job alerts, access to and use of our job and resource boards will always be free for teachers.

You will receive email job alerts that match level and region preferences when you subscribe to Teacher Tribe.

Your application is sent directly to the recruiter’s email inbox once you click submit. You will receive a confirmation email from Teacher Tribe.

We recommend using our easy-apply feature, which will ensure that your application is received by the recruiter who posted the job offer.

Teacher Tribe’s mission is to put English teachers in contact with establishments who have vacant teaching positions. The jobs are not vetted, but we make sure that the job offers advertised through Teacher Tribe are teaching positions for English teachers in France in order to keep our platform aligned to our mission.

Please check your email inbox and junk folder for confirmation that your job application has been sent. Teacher Tribe connects you to recruiters, but each establishment has its own recruitment process and contacts candidates accordingly. We encourage you to check out other job offers and apply to similar positions.

Job offers that correspond to your level(s) and region(s) will be emailed to you as soon as Teacher Tribe receives them.

To modify your contact information or job alert preferences, click « Update your preferences » at the bottom of your subscription confirmation email. If you encounter any problems, please contact us at

Teacher Tribe is currently offering recruiters a code for unlimited job posts during our beta phase. The code ‘BETA21’ will be automatically applied in the payment section.

Teacher Tribe helps establishments boost their visibility, target the right candidates, and accelerate the search process for teacher talent. It is the only website that is specifically dedicated to English teacher recruitment in France. With Teacher Tribe, your job offer will be reaching our pool of English teachers in France who are actively searching for a job.

Posting a job offer is very easy on Teacher Tribe. You can start your recruitment process by clicking on the «Post a job» button on our website and advertise your job offers for free during our beta phase.

We pay attention to the quality of the offers we propose on Teacher Tribe. To provide teachers transparency and the maximum amount of pertinent information, and for recruiters to attract the best-suited candidates, Teacher Tribe can refuse offers for at least one of the following reasons: incomplete information; inaccurate or illegal information; job offer for babysitting or childminding positions; job offer for private lessons; job offer seeking 'native speakers only'; salary does not correspond to qualifications and/or experienced required.

If your offer does not appear on the job board, it is most probably in the process of being validated or it has been refused. Job offer verification will take a maximum of 24 hours, and this allows us to guarantee that job offers respect our general conditions. An email indicating the validation or refusal of your job offer will be sent to you. After 24 hours, please contact us if you have not received either email.

The offers posted on Teacher tribe benefit from visibility and reach. Aside from appearing on our job board, your job offer will be sent by email to our community of teachers whose job search criteria correspond to the target profile(s). Finally, we will share all the offers on our social media accounts.

Teacher Tribe sends all candidate applications directly to your email inbox. Please add us to your email contacts so that applications aren’t lost in your junk folder.

Your job post will expire after 30 days and will no longer be active to receive applications.

Contact us at so that we can remove your job offer from our list of available vacancies.

If the job requires the teacher to understand French, then we suggest that you put it in French. Otherwise, we recommend that you write in English as many of the candidates may not speak French. You may also put the job information in both languages, one after another.

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