My candidacy for the job opening you have posted

1. Introduction

I am writing in regards to the job opening that you have posted. I am very interested in the position and would like to offer my candidacy. The attached resume contains personal and career goals, education, qualifications, work experience, and skills.

2. Personal and career goals

I am looking for a challenging full-time position which will offer me new opportunities for skills development and career growth. I would like to work in a team environment where I can contribute to the achievement of common goals. I am also interested in a position which will allow me to use my creativity and initiative.

3. Education

I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from XYZ University. I also have a Diploma in Marketing from ABC College.

4. Qualifications

I am a certified professional resume writer and a member of the National Resume Writers’ Association. I am also a certified job search coach.

5. Work experience

I have over 10 years of experience working in the human resources field. I have also worked as a career consultant and have experience in recruiting, training, and development.

6. Skills

I have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. I am also proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and have basic knowledge of HTML coding.

7. Conclusion

I am confident that I have the skills and qualifications that you are looking for in a candidate. I would welcome the opportunity to discuss my candidacy further with you at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your time and consideration


Your CV should be clear, concise, and easy to read. Include only relevant information and omit any superfluous details.

Include your name, contact information, education, work experience, skills, and references on your CV.

Use strong action verbs and specific accomplishments to describe your experiences and skills. Avoid using generalities or vague language.

Some common mistakes to avoid when creating a CV include including irrelevant information, using unprofessional language, making typos or grammatical errors, and failing to proofread the document thoroughly.

To ensure that your CV is targeted towards the specific job or company you are applying for, research the organization beforehand and tailor your CV accordingly. Highlight experiences or skills that are particularly relevant to the position you are interested in.

Other tips for creating an effective and successful CV include: avoiding long paragraphs of text; using simple words and phrases; sticking to a professional or neutral tone; ensuring that the layout is easy on the eyes; and saving your CV as a PDF so that it can be opened on any device without formatting issues