◆My interest in the position of Masonry Supply Manager has prompted me to forward my resume for your review an consideration.
◆The sales Manager position advertised in the Chicago Tribune on October 12 intrigues me. I believe you will find me well-qualified.
◆Your October 30 advertisement in The Jackson Review calls for an Administrative Assistant with a background rich in a variety of administrative skills ,such as mine.
◆My desire to locate a responsible position in plant management has prompted me to forward the attached for your consideration.
◆I am writing to inquire opportunities for computer programmers in your organization.
◆Are you currently seeking a security specialist to maintain or upgrade the security of your organization? If so, I would like to apply for the position.
◆My interest in joining Any Corporation as a licensed electrician had prompted me to forward my resume for your review.
◆Having majored in mathematics at Rice University, where I also worked as a Research Assistant, I am confident that I would make a successful addition to your Economics Research Department.
◆At the suggestion of Walter Durrane, I am enclosing my resume for your consideration pertaining to consulting or related assignments with Any Corporation.
◆I am forwarding my resume in regards to the opening we discussed in your Marketing Department.
◆I want a job. Not any job with any company, but a particular job with your company. Here are my reasons: Your organization is more than just a company. It is an institution in the minds of the Chinese public.
◆Attention of Human Resource Manager: Like many other young men, I am looking for a position. I want to get started. At the bottom, perhaps, but started.