Date:17.05.2016, 02:39 Addressing your covering letter. It is imperative that you address your letter carefully. After spending time wording it to perfection you do not want it to be directed to the wrong person or to go astray. Some job adverts will ask you to include salary requirements, you can choose to ignore this, opting instead to wait until the interview to talk about money, or include a broad salary range, for example 16 20K. In this case you can address your letter to the manager of the specific departments to which you are applying, for example. Marketing Manager, Sales Manager, otherwise you can send it to the. What content to include in your cover letter. The opening paragraph should be short and hard-hitting. Begin with an arresting sentence in which you explain why it is you are writing, for example I would like to be considered for the position of Marketing Manager. Human Resources Manager or Recruitment Manager. Visit the companys website and see if you can track down the name of a relevant recipient. Alternatively give the company a call and ask for the name of the head of department to which you are applying.
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