Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Acceptance Letter – Job Acceptance on a Communications Officer Post

Dear Adam Lewis,

This is to inform you that I gladly accept your offered job position as the company’s communications officer. I accept the said post with great honor, and I promise to fulfill my duties with the best of my abilities.

I will do my very best to return to you this valuable favor you have given me. I will uphold the company’s mission and vision. With my experience and skills that you have witnessed for the past year, I am confident I can work according to your expectations. I am also willing to exceed those if given enough opportunities to display my abilities.

While I have relatively a short stay in the company, which is barely a year, I pledge to render my professional service with dedication and excellence, keeping in mind the opportunities that this company has given me.

Thank you and I look forward in working for you in the years to come.

Sincerely yours,

Karen Baker


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Friday, August 27, 2010

Resume Cover Letters

Resume cover letters usually accompany the resume when applying for a job. The cover letter summarizes one’s qualifications for the job being applied for and informs your prospective employer why you think that you are the right candidate for the advertised job. It actually introduces you to the potential employer who gets to know more about you considering that chances are that you have never met before. Employers look for eye catching cover letters that will help them single out the potential candidate from other numerous applicants because the letter creates the first impression on what kind of person the applicant is.

Resume Sample cover letters can either be printed and presented as hard copies or they can be sent via email as soft copies along with the CV. For online applications, it is advisable to write a brief paragraph as a cover letter as you send the resume. A good resume cover letter should be brief, focused and concise. Simplicity is key considering that you want the reader to know the kind of a person you are and convince him or her in writing that you are the right candidate for the job. Ensure that there no spelling, grammar, or punctuation mistakes and tailor the letter to each specific application.