For an employer, it is very important to understand what kind of person you are, and the cover letter is an essential tool to show this.
Do not hesitate to reveal more about your work experience as a professional
Don’t forget to mention any certificates/courses/workshops that you obtained/visited during your previous jobs
The end of every cover letter should get your future employer interested in meeting you
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Senior sales manager
105B Round Ave.
7366-668-775 / [email protected]
Chief recruiter 'Cloud ltd.'
I recently came across your new job position, and it piqued my interest. I’m a highly qualified IT sales manager, with more than seven years of experience. I’ve read a lot about your company, especially over the last two years, after your great product presentation in Vienna. What your company does aligns closely to my point of view, so when I saw this position I had to send over my CV as soon as possible.
I’m an environmentally conscious person, and your recycling program is admirable. That is why I want to help you to present and sell it to companies all over the world. After all, client interaction is one of my strongest skills, and I am well-tuned to customer needs. At my last position, I managed to double sales in one year.
My technical skills include vendor sourcing, negotiations, and outsourcing. With these tools, I feel confident in the sales field, and believe that I would be a great fit for this position. I also love sports, and play football very often. I’ve heard that you have a company football team, and I would gladly join the team.
I suppose you are wondering why I want to change my current job, and the reason is quite simple: your company provides one of the best environmental services, and I want to be a part of that.
Please feel free to ask me any questions.
Thank you for consideration in advance,
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Always use the recruiter’s name when you write your letter. It shows that you are serious about the position and you’ve done research beforehand
Make sure that you talk about your personality and team-player qualities
Write more about your desire to work in this position. Write about experience you have in the area, and how it can help your future employer
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Start your conversation with a greeting to the person who is responsible for employees in this company. Don’t forget to mention why you are writing, who you are, what experience you have and what position you are interested in
This is the biggest part of your letter. It has to show all your professional skills, both technical and interpersonal. In this part of the letter, try to describe what exactly you can offer to your future employer. Make sure you show strong connections between the requirements for this job and your qualifications. Don’t hesitate to highlight success stories from your previous jobs, paying attention to achieved results. Then, when you’re done presenting yourself as a specialist, express your opinion about the company you want to work with. Explain how you can be useful to its mission
Last but not least, you need to close out your cover letter. Finish it formally. Don’t use slang words like “cheers”. A cover letter is professional communication, so you’ll want to use formal endings like “I look forward to”, “Thank you for taking this into consideration”, “For further details”, “Best regards” etc. Put your name and signature at the end.