How to Write a Cover Letter
The first paragraph introduces you to the reader (recruitment consultant or personnel manager). You can include the following in the text:
- Explain the reason for addressing the potential employer
For example: “I ask you to review my credentials for marketing positions in your company” or “I am very interested in temporary projects in your department”.
- Provide brief information about yourself
For example: "I am currently studying in the last semester at the Academy of Finance and got a degree in accounting in June."
- Include information that shows your knowledge of this company
For example: "Having worked for a long time as a practicing cardiologist, I am familiar with this drug and know that your company has a leading position in this industry."
In the second paragraph, briefly describe your experience, skills and knowledge that would be useful to the potential employer's company.
At the end of your letter, try to make contact with a potential employer. Provide information on where, when and how you can be reached, and show that you are interested in dialogue.
The cover letter should reflect your interest in getting a job in this particular company, as well as leave a good impression on the reader and increase the chances of your CV being read.