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Whenever you apply for a job through Healthjobs.co.uk, you get the chance to write a cover letter each time you make an application. The cover letter box only appears when you click the ‘apply now’ button underneath a job, so you don’t have to worry about composing a cover letter that suits all your potential applications.
22nd August 2013
A well written, concise and tailored cover letter is a joy to receive for any employer. It’s one of the first things they see when they open the email that contains your CV and application details.
You can make a great covering letter that puts all your best qualities first by following these simple tips:
1. Keep the covering letter to a maximum of 3 short paragraphs, each with it’s own focus. The opening paragraph should introduce you and your experience, the second should give details of how your skills relate to the requirements of the job and the third should state your capacity to fulfill any special requirements given in the job description such as a driving licence, ability to relocate, flexibility with shifts etc.
2. Be concise, but don’t be afraid to highlight all your best, most relevant skills.
3. Use the job description / person specification when constructing your covering letter, it will help you to pinpoint the skills you have that are required for the job.
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