Beginning life as MBA homework, the first Frog Pub introduced warm flat beer to Parisians ten years ago and, thanks to the tastebuds of expats and tourists, Frog Pubs now own and manage seven English pub restaurants and micro breweries in France. Five in Paris and one each in Toulouse and Bordeaux.
Each pub has its own identity, serves home made food and shows the full range of televised sports expected by an expat crowd. Beers brewed on-site range from lagers to stout, bitters and fruit beers. The weekends feature DJs and other occassions involve party nights, quizzes and darts.
The chain are often looking for bar staff and waiters or waitresses for shift work, including weekends, and offer subsidised food and drink alongside the pay, which FrogPubs say is competitive with similar jobs in Paris. Other positions include pub managers, shift managers and brewers.
Applicants must have fluent English and excellent French. Part of the interview will be conducted in French and interviews are held in France so only applicants living in France, and willing to work a minimum of six months, should apply.
To apply visit their website.
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