10 French Language expert Corporate jobs in India 🇫🇷

Studied a foreign language and want a good stable job at a corporate?

Here’s a list of some top corporates including Amazon and Accenture, having new openings for jobs that require French knowledge from translator to account executive to IT developer.

1) Amazon – Sr. Content Reviewer

Location – Uttar Pradesh

2) Amazon – Catalogue Associate

Location – Chennai, Tamil Nadu

3) Amazon – Ad Policing Manager

Location – Bengaluru

4) Amazon – Account Specialist

Location – Chennai

5) Amazon – SPRO Investigator

Location – Hyderabad

6) Amazon – SPS Team Supervisor

Location – Uttar Pradesh

7) Accenture – French Analytics Practitioner

Location – Bengaluru

8) Accenture – French Application Developer

Location – Bengaluru

9) Accenture – Service Desk Management

Location – Bengaluru

10) Accenture – French translator

location – Pune

Best wishes ✨

– Kiara Roy ⭐

Follow me on LinkedIn for regular job posts.

Earn Google certifications for FREE


Google is providing free online product training. 

Learn at your own pace and get Google certified. 

Become qualified for part time and full time opportunities. 

Get going!

Link for the courses – Google Skillshop.

Best wishes ✨

Kiara Roy

Follow me on LinkedIn and Choose wellness and peace NOW 😊⭐

The Most Important Interview Tip. The only thing that matters.


Interviews are scary but what if I told you that there is a way to turn everything in your favor. 

What if I told you that you can have more control over how it goes than the interviewer. 

Intrigued? Read ahead!

It all depends on what you say during the interview. (also on what you don’t say) 

Let me explain. The interviewer mainly focuses on what you have just mentioned and starts to question you on that.

For example, he/she asked you to introduce yourself and if you mentioned an interest in something then the interviewer may pick up on that and ask you more about it just to check your knowledge and whether your interest is genuine. 

Let’s take another example, If the interviewer has just asked you to explain a technical term with some examples then whatever you mention in the example, he/she will pick up certain words and ask you to explain that as his next question.

So, the trick is to carefully use your words and the terms on which you want the interviewer to ask you questions because you know them well. Only mention the things you can explain well. Be honest and prepare enough to convince the interviewer. In this way, you can steer the conversations to the topics you have the most knowledge on. 

Good luck.


Kiara Roy.

You can also find me on LinkedIn and get in touch with me.