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CV Follow Up Letter Example

Started by Job Hunter, January 29, 2012, 01:46:47 pm

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Job Hunter

January 29, 2012, 01:46:47 pm Last Edit: January 26, 2013, 12:30:52 pm by Learnist Careers


If you have made an application for a job via uploading your CV then it's good idea to write a follow up letter to support your application.

You can send CV follow up letter even if you sent your covering letter with your CV.

CV Follow Up Letter Example

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am just writing to confirm receipt of my CV which I sent to you on (Insert date) via (insert method of CV delivery, I.E Email, Post or In person Etc.), which I submitted in regards to the position of (Insert job title) as advertised (insert where you saw the vacancy).

I do hope you received my CV and find that you might like to invite me to discuss my particular skills and experience in more detail. I thought I was particularly suitable for this position due to (insert one of your skills or experience points here to make your CV worth looking for. EG if it is a Call Centre job you could say 'My excellent Telephone manner').

Please don't hesitate to contact me should you require any clarification of anything on my CV or would like to discuss my suitability.

Many Thanks,

Name.

CV follow up letter example (email)

I submitted a CV end of this month for the sale assistant position advertised on LetterCV.org

I am interested in working at Tesco and I strongly believe my retail skills would make me a suitable match for this position.

I am ready to provide more information about myself if necessary. Here are my contact information:

Address
Telephone Number

I look forward to hearing from you.



Don't forget to include your and recipients contact details in the begin of the letter. Good luck with your application.

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lizzierobinson

It's definitely a good idea to make each letter specific to each job.


Avoid writing a general letter, but you don't have to write a whole different thing each time. You could keep it very similar but just change a certain sentence/paragraph for each of the jobs.

Trisha Brown

Quote from: lizzierobinson on January 01, 2013, 03:28:50 pmIt's definitely a good idea to make each letter specific to each job.


Avoid writing a general letter, but you don't have to write a whole different thing each time. You could keep it very similar but just change a certain sentence/paragraph for each of the jobs.
Most definitely.

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