Sample Email for a Job application

Read and know about how to send an effective and creative mail for job applications. This will also help you know about the things you should do and things you should not on applying for a job. You will also get some tips for sending useful and effective mail to the recruiters.

A Formal Email for job Application:

Subject Line of Email Message: Desired post or applying post – Applicant's name.

Salutation to the receiver
Hi Hiring Manager OR Hi HR,

Body of the mail:
With reference to the advertisement given on Reference portal (or source) for the post (of Senior Software Engineer) ABC company, Location, I would like to enrol myself for the same.
(Describe your role in the previous company in the following paragraph).
--In my position as a Team Lead in ABC Company, I handled 13 projects, had been in the key role in the development projects. Major projects include British Media and Australian govt's. Defence network system. My domain includes Java, Dot Net and SQL.
(Jot down some of the achievements you got in the previous jobs and be sure not to make it clumsy and don't mention very small achievements here).
--While a project in-charge for many live projects on Java and dot nets, I have been assigned the development work and have been handling the designing part of modules. I have also been assigned for planning the code design and software layouts.
(Now notify the receiver that you have attached some documents with this mail and also request the receiver to reply to this mail).
My resume is attached on this mail. If I can provide you with any further information on my background and qualifications, please let me know.
I look forward to hear from you. Thank you for your consideration.

Your Name: Ram Manohar
Address: Pune, Maharashtra, 411033
Email: At---@--.--
Contact Number: 9999999999
Note: Don't try to make your mail colourful and funky instead make it simple and clear.


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