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MrJoshua
#1 Sep 10 2011 04:17pm
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The portion of the application says this:

Create a short application cover letterHere you can provide a more detailed explanation about why you are interested in the job




Here is what I have:


Willing and able worker, familiar with the At&t experience that is dedicated to successfully completing job tasks in a timely fashion. Enjoys the At&t atmosphere and is a dedicated team player willing to take direction or help people when needed. Extensive inventory control background including auditing, ordering and physical storage of individual or bulk items.




Does that seem fair, to long, spellng or grammar errors etc?


if this is the first thing the job interview reads I want it to be good :-)


ty for help/ opinions

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RaveTheGo
#2 Sep 10 2011 04:19pm
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[QUOTE=MrJoshua,Sep 10 2011 06:17pm]The portion of the application says this:

Willing and able worker, firmiliar with the At&t experience that is dedicated to successfully completing job tasks in a timely fashion. Enjoys the At&t atmosphere and is a dedicated team player willing to take direction or help people when needed. Extensive inventory control background including auditing, ordering and physical storage of individual or bulk items.
Fix this
*Familiar

Hmm, is it At&T, AT&T, or AT&t? Make sure it's capitalized right is what I am saying.

[QUOTE=MrJoshua,Sep 10 2011 06:21pm][QUOTE=RaveTheGo,Sep 10 2011 10:19pm][QUOTE=MrJoshua,Sep 10 2011 06:17pm]The portion of the application says this:

Willing and able worker, firmiliar with the At&t experience that is dedicated to successfully completing job tasks in a timely fashion. Enjoys the At&t atmosphere and is a dedicated team player willing to take direction or help people when needed. Extensive inventory control background including auditing, ordering and physical storage of individual or bulk items.
Fix this
*Familiar[/QUOTE]

ty



is it to long/ to personal, etc?


is it well worded and attention grabbing

does it portray me as a valuable employee?

(spelling mistakes aside)[/QUOTE]

I am not that experienced in those areas, but I would say yes. Of course, I don't know what they are looking for in an employee, it doesn't seem to long or personal though.

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MrJoshua
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[QUOTE=RaveTheGo,Sep 10 2011 10:19pm][QUOTE=MrJoshua,Sep 10 2011 06:17pm]The portion of the application says this:

Willing and able worker, firmiliar with the At&t experience that is dedicated to successfully completing job tasks in a timely fashion. Enjoys the At&t atmosphere and is a dedicated team player willing to take direction or help people when needed. Extensive inventory control background including auditing, ordering and physical storage of individual or bulk items.
Fix this
*Familiar[/QUOTE]

ty



is it to long/ to personal, etc?


is it well worded and attention grabbing

does it portray me as a valuable employee?

(spelling mistakes aside)
MrJoshua
#4 Sep 10 2011 04:27pm
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My major concern is that it is to long for a

"cover letter"
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#5 Sep 10 2011 04:39pm
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Quote (MrJoshua @ Sep 10 2011 03:27pm)
My major concern is that it is to long for a

"cover letter"


cover letters should be no longer than 1 page. That is it ;)
MrJoshua
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Quote (RUSSiABANK @ Sep 10 2011 10:39pm)
cover letters should be no longer than 1 page. That is it ;)


yalll pray for me that i get the job


it pays really really well and my daughter could use the money
Beowulf
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Quote (MrJoshua @ Sep 10 2011 03:27pm)
My major concern is that it is to long for a

"cover letter"


It is definitely not too long.

I think it is well done.

Experience is an excellent way to get someone to pay close attention to your resume as is being a team player.

The point of a cover letter is to get your foot in the door to have that all so important interview.

I see no reason why this won't get you there.

Good luck
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