Covering Letters

By: Tony Cummings CV Services  01/03/2011
Keywords: job search, career coaching, curriculum vitae

Once you have your excellent CV, Tony Cummings CV Services can produce a covering letter that will encourage the employer to really want to read it.  Covering letters will be produced on the same quality stationery as your CV and in the same font.  The letter will be targeted for the job that you are applying for and will point to key areas of your CV that are most relevant. As with the CV, Tony will talk to you prior to starting the letter and he will look at the job/person description in order to slant the document the correct way.  Once completed, Tony will provide hard copies and he will upload on to a CD in word and PDF versions.  As with the CV, you only pay once you are fully satisfied with the finished version.

Keywords: career coaching, cover letter, Cover Letters, Covering Letters, curriculum vitae, job search

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