Van Duong
Is this paragraph correct? I learned of ABC through XYZ newspaper, and I know that your company is seeking to recruit many employees as different positions. Perhaps there is a X position for me at your company. As I read through your recruitment information that their is no working experience requirement for this position except English, so I sure that I am competent for this job. I'm not sure if it's ok for me writing like this. I still feel it's lacking something?
Mar 12, 2014 7:15 AM
Answers · 1
I learned of "the open teaching position" through "Employment Today". I more than adequately fulfill your English language requirement. If I were you I would also include why you would like to work for this particular company and why you are a good fit for their job despite just speaking English. So I would write something like this (of course change this to fit whatever position and company you are looking to work for): I learned of the open teaching position through Employment Today. Your company is known for their positive work environment and integrity and I would like to be a part of that. I more than adequately fulfill your English language requirement and I enjoy meeting and interacting with people so I am sure I will be a wonderful fit for you too. If you would really like to make an impression you might consider writing a cover letter. Cover letters are commonly used in the US in order to introduce yourself and your skills to a potential employer. Here is a link to how to write one. http://jobsearch.about.com/od/coverletters/a/aa030401a.htm
March 12, 2014
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Van Duong
Language Skills
English, Vietnamese
Learning Language
English