Sample Cover Letter for Job Application

The aim of Sample Cover Letter for Job Application is to accurately address the job you are applying for, briefly listing the reasons why you are applying for the job, what attributes you have that would make you a good candidate, followed by a list of the relevant skills you have learnt during your study that would be useful in the job. Finally, you should list the benefits the company will gain from hiring you.

sample picture cover letter for job application

<Date >

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

 

RE:  Enter the job you are applying for here e.g. Application for Survey Assistant

e.g.

I would like to apply for a casual survey assistant role within your company, <insert company name here>.

I believe this position would provide a great opportunity to further my chosen career. My willingness to work hard and build my skill base will make me a good candidate for the job. I am currently undertaking relevant studies at RMIT in a diploma of surveying.

My coursework has introduced me to AutoCAD, Arcmap10, Microsoft Excel, LisCAD and also field work with chaining and the Leica total station to complete a survey each week. I currently hold a valid Victorian automatic driver’s license and have my own vehicle.

The high level of practicality in my course will decrease your required training time and mean I am well prepared to assist with fieldwork.

I look forward to hearing from you at your convenience.

 

Regards,

 

<student name>

 

<insert Student Name>

Address:

Mobile phone:                                                                  D.O.B:

Home Phone:                                                                    Licenses:

Email:

 

Objective:

Include your objectives for the job you are applying for, as well as any broader career objectives that may be relevant to this occupation.

e.g. To gain experience in the surveying industry and expand knowledge of land surveying and drafting currently studied at RMIT University. My longer term goal is to complete the Bachelor Surveying and become a Licensed Surveyor.

 

Employment History:

Here you can include a list of your previous places of employment, use the most recent experiences first.

Company Name (Company location) Employment timeframe.

Include a brief synopsis of your role and any key tasks you undertook. Make sure you mention any special managerial roles.

e.g. Customer service, opening and closing of store, stock take, coordination of rosters.

 

Education:

Include a list of your studies here. Start with your University/TAFE qualifications followed by Secondary School attended.

e.g. Presently completing Diploma of Surveying and Spatial Information Services (RMIT University)

e.g. Completion of VCE studies 2007 Melbourne Grammar

 

Availability:

Include a list of your work availabilities here; this will make it easier for your employer to see when you are available and if you fit into their current work schedule.

e.g.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Anytime

Anytime

N/A due to study commitments

N/A due to study commitments

N/A due to study commitments

Anytime

Anytime

*Due to full time study Wednesday to Friday work is preferable from Saturday to Tuesday.

 

Referees:

Include a list of your referees here. Try and make the references as relevant as possible e.g. current University/TAFE lecturer, previous employers, and extracurricular activity supervisors. Make sure you inform your referee prior to this to make sure they are prepared for any phone calls regarding your employment and can respond appropriately.

e.g.

Referee Name

Referee Title

Company/University

Phone number

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1 Response

  1. Cynthia M. Luna says:

    I would like to ask a sample letter for my experience more sales specialist and my previous job was field coordinator.,but I’m applying as a encoder now,can you help me a best letter for this.thanks

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