10th June 2019
How to write a Covering Letter
A covering letter is a must in any job application you put forward. Covering letter should state how you match to the requirements and your suitability. This is your chance…
10th June 2019
A covering letter is a must in any job application you put forward. Covering letter should state how you match to the requirements and your suitability. This is your chance to show potential employers why you’re unique and what makes you the right choice for the job. Cover letter gives hiring managers a deeper insight into your career, motivations and ambitions. Here are some tips on how to write a covering letter:
See below for an example of a cover letter so you can get an idea of what it looks like. You can copy and edit the specific skills and titles to match the job roles that you are applying for. Here this cover letter is fairly short but the shorter the better, no one wants to read an A4 letter, as well as, your CV (Curriculum Vitae). This cover letter would be for a marketing or creative role, read through and edit where you can.
I’ve passionately gained almost 2 years of experience in Digital Marketing. I have great strengths in communication, meeting deadlines, as well as, analytical skills to ensure all tasks and campaigns are performing at its best. I also have strong creative skills by directing photo and video shoots, designing materials, as well as, executing social media campaigns and promoting events. I use my creativity and team leadership skills to project manage inventive campaigns. When I left school, I immediately got hands-on with a marketing assistant role and kick started my career.
I am currently a graphic designer for an electronics wholesaler in Hoddesdon. This was a great opportunity for me to progress and achieve my long-term goal, which is to become a marketing campaign director within the next few years. I am now looking for closer work and am excited to move on to a company where I can grow in an industry I am excited about.
Please find attached a copy of my CV for your consideration on where my skills and abilities would be of the greatest value to your company.
Look forward to hearing from you.
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