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  • How to write a job application email
  • How to write a job application e-mail •The candidate must be aware of the company’s requirements and focus on his capability with respect to the desired position. He should keep it short, to the point, as his resume will already have all his details. •Use a neutral e-mail address. Your e-mail address should be a variation of your real name, not a username or nickname. Use periods, hyphens, or underscores to secure an e-mail address that's just your name, without extra numbers or letters, if you can.
  • Use a short and accurate subject header. Avoid saying too much in the subject header The Subject Line is one of the most important parts of the email messages you send to employers and networking contacts. Your email message must include a Subject Line. If it's blank it's probably going to end up in a Spam mailbox or being deleted. Email Subject Line Examples •Managing Director Position •Job Code 1234: District Sales Manager - Your Name •Application for Customer Service Job •Social Media Expert Seeking New Opportunity •Communications Assistant Position - Your Name •Meeting Request - Your Name
  • Let's see now how to write a job application e-mail Recipient’s Name: Recipient’s Title: Company’s Name: Date: Salutation, (Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms+surname Dear Sir(s)/Madam(s) Introduction: Reason you are writing for Main Body: 1st paragraph: profile and qualifications 2nd paragraph: work experiencer and duties 3rd paragraph: personal qualities. Conclusion: closing remarks Yours sincerely/Yours faithfully/Your cordially/Respectfully (Signature)
  • USEFUL LANGUAGE Useful language for e-mails of application for a job. Introduction: I am writing to appy for the place/post/job/position of which I saw advertised..... I am particularly interested in applying for the job of .... I would like to apply for the position/post .....advertised in ..... I am writing in connection with your advertisement in....for the place/post....of I am replying to an advertisement that appeared in ...... for the post/job.....of I am writing to inquire about the post advertised in yesterday's Canarias7 I have read/seen your advertisement in today´s La Provincia and I would like to apply for the job/place/post/position of .... My reason for writing is to appy for the job I saw advertised....
  • USEFUL LANGUAGE Main body: (first paragraph) reference to qualifications: •I feel I am well qualified for the position (and name your qualifications ). •I have qualifications in ..... •I am in my final year of .. •I am graduated from •I have a degree in .....from...... •I have also completed a year course in...... •I have also done a MBA •I have a certificate in... •I can speak French...... •I hold certificates in ......
  • Useful language Main body. Second paragraph . We give details of our working experience mentioning the kind of job, the duties,etc... Some years ago/Last spring I worked as.... I have had two years’ experience as .... After finishing university/graduating I spent .... working in.... At the present moment I am working for......  I have also been employed by...... For the last two years I have been working as a ....  I have been in charge of..... My duties included 
  • USEFUL LANGUAGE Main Body. Third paragraph: we mention our personal qualities that we consider important for the position we are applying for. •I am a very organized and reliable person and I enjoy working with people. •I am a very sociable and hard working person •I am able to cope with difficult situations. •I am very easy to work with. •I am friendly, reliable and work well under pressure. •I am an enthusiastic and friendly person who enjoys working with people.
  • CONCLUSION Mention you have attached your CV or completed application form and that you are willing to attend an interview. • I have attached a resume outlining my qualifications and experience and please contact me at any time to arrange for an interview. •I enclose my CV and would be glad to attend an interview at any time convenient for you •My CV with my qualifications and experience has been attached and I would be happy to attend an interview at any time convenient for you. •I have enclosed my CV in the hope that you will consider muy application.
  • Sign with your full name. If you have a job title, include that in the line after your name, and write the company name or website in the line after that. If you do not have a job title but you have your own blog or website related to the content of the e-mail, include a link to that below your name.
  • EXAMPLE The Headmaster Language School Las Palmas Dear Mr. Leon, I am writing to apply for the position of English teacher advertised in yesterday's Canarias7. I graduated from La Laguna University three years ago and I have been giving English classes at La Piedad School since 2007. I also hold certificates in computer courses and NLP. What is more, I speak Chinese and French fluently. I am reliable, friendly and I enjoy working with people. I am patient and believe in encouraging students to reach their full potential. I have enclosed a copy of my CV. I would be glad to attend an interview at any time convenient for you. Yours Sincerely Rose Rosetrees ____________________ Rose Rosetrees Fernando Guanarteme 69 35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Email: roserosetrees@gmail.com
  • •Proofread your message for content. Make sure you haven’t omitted any important details (or repeated yourself). Reading your email aloud or asking someone to proofread it is a great way to get a different perspective on what you’ve written. •Proofread your message for spelling and grammar. If your email provider doesn’t already provide spelling and grammar options for you, copy and paste your email into a word processor, revise it if necessary, and copy and paste it back into your email Sources: Reading and Writing3 , Virginia Evans-Jenny Dooley Express Publishing About.com Wikihow.com
  • HOMEWORK You saw this advertisent in “The Wall Street News” for the position of the position of an accountant, and you have decided to apply for it. Write an e-mail aplying for the job (follow plan on the next slide. We have a vacancy for an accountant. Experience is desirable. Please apply in writing to evorosaco@gmail.com
  • Application e-mail Write an e-mail applying for the job of accountant, giving information about yourself, your qualifications and previous experience. Follow this plan: Introduction: Reason for writing, where and when advertisement seen. Main Body: -brief profile, qualifications -past work experience -personal qualities Conclusion: Closing remarks Remarks: *Write in clear paragraphs. *Remember to use connectors *Grammar: Use varied grammar points such as, for example, Present simple, present perfect, present perfect continuous, past simple *Lexis Adjectives to describe personal qualities *Check your spelling and punctuation. -the –ing form after certain verbs and verbs with prepositions -to –infinitive and after be+adjective