Summer Jobs in France

Find out your next adventure with these roles in amazing destinations!

Want to have the summer of a lifetime but don’t think you can afford it? Why not consider finding work abroad! Summer jobs in France mean you can live and work in a variety of sunny destinations, making money, friends and memories as you travel to amazing locations. Summer jobs in France are the ultimate ticket to an incredible summer adventure that won’t break the bank, as well as having the added benefit of looking great on your CV! So check out some roles that you could be experiencing this summer and get inspired!

Latest Summer Jobs in France

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Greece is looking for talented Hotel Entertainers – Team & Mini Club Leaders, Fitness & Kids Animators


Childcare Nannies, Ski Instructors and Babysitters needed for the 23/24 Ski Season in Austria!


Looking for a House keeping Support Host in beautiful France


Looking for a Chef in beautiful France for winter 2023/2024


Chalet Host Couple needed for the 23/24 Ski Season in the French Alps!


Chef needed to work in a beautiful hotel-restaurant during the 23/24 Winter season in the French Alps!


Looking for a Senior Chalet Manager in France for winter 23/24


Looking for a Assistant Chalet Manager in France for winter 23/24


Looking for a Flagship Chalet Chef in France for winter 23/24

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Depending on whether you want to be living large in the main French cities or enjoying the peace of the rural countryside, summer jobs in France come in a variety of forms with limitless opportunities. Bar and hospitality work is rife in cities including Paris, Lyon and Nice, so you can experience the sophisticated city life and live amongst the locals for the summer of a lifetime. This type of summer job is best suited to those who had a good level of French, as you will need to be able to communicate with customers, take orders and remember wine lists!

If you have childcare experience, au pair roles are available year round, but demand increases in the summer months meaning it is the perfect opportunity if you are interested in summer jobs in France and wanting to take your skills global. Wages tend to be slightly lower, but accommodation and food are usually included, so your earnings can go towards more exciting things such as tourist visits and eating out in the fine dining capital of the world.

If you want your summer job in France to take you out of the city and into the countryside then a job at a campsite could be perfect for you! Campsite jobs tend to pay around €1000 per month, but as with au pair roles accommodation and food is included, meaning you will be able to save what you are earning (which can always fund travelling around France when camp is over)! Contracts typically run from four to eight weeks, with the biggest demand for staff falling during the months of July and August, but it is helpful to bear in mind that some camps open as early as March for school groups, meaning you can start your summer of adventure early!

Fruit picking is also a popular choice for someone looking for summer jobs in France; with nearly 30 million acres of farmland, France has over 730,000 farms, meaning you are sure to find a job in your dream location. The best places to find summer fruit picking jobs in France include larger grain farms in Northern France and smaller fruit and vegetable farms across Southern and Central France, with some farms providing food and accommodation alongside an average wage of €8-11 per hour. Fruit picking is laborious manual work, so it is important to consider your health and fitness levels before applying to these jobs. But if you are up to the challenge, getting to live and work in the beautiful French countryside is definitely worth the early mornings!