[City, State Zip Code]
[HR Director’s Name]
[City, State ZIP]
Re: Software Tester position.
Dear [HR Director],
When writing a jobapplication letter/strong> for the position of Software Tester, the first paragraph discloses to the employer what position you are applying for and why you are writing. Include the name of a shared personal contact, if someone has referred you or recommend that you contact the person or company. Also provide your college, coursework certifications, and current status and a short sentence describing why you feel you are perfect position for the software tester job. Demonstrate your commitment by writing specific examples in your past records of employment.
The middle paragraphs of a job application letter allow you to further explain briefly what qualifications make you an ideal candidate for the organization/company. Start off by stating you’re involvement with Software Testing department. Specify the names of degrees or training programs you’ve completed and give an approximation of its duration. For example, software tests engineer, senior software/web test engineer, promotions and environment sustainability. Specify any of the organizations’ names which you’ve earned experience and knowledge in. List some of your responsibilities and describe how it’s relevant to the work you are applying for. Use a brief anecdote that would help emphasize a point or a skill set described. List a few of your personal qualities that makes you stand out. Include any internship experiences, language & tool skills, volunteering, or co-curricular activities, etc. Be specific and describe to the company how your skills will suit the company’s needs.
The final paragraph will describe how and when you will follow up. It is your responsibility to follow up unless the job description specifically states no phone calls or e-mail follow up. When e-mailing your documents, follow-up is usually 24 – 48 hours; if sending documents by mail follow up is usually in one week.
[Correspondent’s Full Name]