Anyone able to help? many thanks in advance...
Hey, Feel free to email me - firstname.lastname@example.org to give more details and i ll see if i can help
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Unfortunately, there is not much assistance that I can give you.
The type of letter you should write will depend very much on the type of job application you are making and will need to take in to consideration the following:
1) Any specific instructions in the advert.
2) Whether or not you are permitted to attach a CV
3) You should answer any key, job specific requirements and illustrate how you meet these, giving examples where appropriate
4) Whether or not you are to enclose a completed application form.
Remember, you are probably up against a load of very good competition, this is your opportunity to impress the recruiter and show why they should select you for an interview over the other candidates, so sell yourself.
Further details of the job/and advert would help me give a better answer to this question.
blech, i know how you feel, i'm a Secretary/accountant and one side of my job is to write letters to to customers and trade units, so boring. If you need some help, e-mail me. but for now here are some info to use to get you stated.
number of house, street,
county (if your job is not in the same county as where you live)
home phone number
mobile/work phone number
Dear sir/madam, (unless you know the name of the manager)
write what you want to put here, about why you want this job, what position you are after, what days and times you can work and ...
...don't forget to paragraph like this(without the dots obviously), this is a business letter and no indentations. Write your interests and stuff, a basic summery of your CV, add you CV to the back of the letter.
Yours Faithfully, (or sincerely if you know their name, remember the rule, S and S don't go together)
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