Job application letters are the perfect medium to impress employers. They are the best marketing tools that not only introduce applicants, but also summarize their qualities and experience. They can be solicited and unsolicited letters. In both these types, the letter begins with a short introduction and a mention to the applied position. It also states how the applicant feels himself or herself suitable for the applied position. For this, the applicant includes relevant experience and qualifications acquired in his or her career.
February 17, 2014
Dear Ms. Greene
I am writing this letter to apply for the position of Marketing Manager with reference to your advertisement in "The National Herald" dated February 14, 2014. As the advertisement stated you are looking for an experienced candidate who can introduce pharmaceuticals products and make them a brand, I feel my job profile perfectly matches with your requirements.
I have completed my honors in Pharmacy from Texas University, and MBA with specialization in Marketing from Wharton School of Business. I have been working for the last five years as an assistant marketing manager with Glaxo Pharmaceuticals.
I have handled high profile customers, managed four teams of young medical representatives and trained several new recruits. I have drawn various medical colleges and big hospitals into using our products. I can handle stress and lead a team efficiently. My core strengths are building relationships and convincing customers in accepting my proposals.
I am confident of launching your new products and making them a household name. If you can allow me to meet you in person, I am sure we both can develop a long-lasting association. If given a chance, I will help in the development of your esteemed organization through my skills, experience and expertise. I am looking forward for your positive reply. I am comfortable with receiving your phone call any time and day.