Letter of application
A letter of application should accompany your CV and have three short paragraphs answering these questions.
- What job am I applying for?
- Why I am qualified to apply for this job?
- How I can help the employer to improve/maintain his guest service standards and help him make a profit?
Please find below some example sentences. Your letter is as important as good references as the employer does not have a chance to meet you until you arrive.Example sentences
"If you look at my CV you'll see I've worked as a shop assistant and so I am used to meeting people of all ages and nationalities."
"When I worked as a waitress in my summer holidays I used to serve up to 30 guests a set menu dinner in the evening."
"During my time at MacDonald's our team won the Cleanest cafe award three times in a row!"
"When I worked as a Customer service representative I won an Employee of the Month award this was for ........."
"I would like to work in the UK, in your hotel. i would like to help you look after the customers in a professional manner at the same time it is my ambition to improve my English."
"Although my English is not very good I am willing to work and to help you all I can. I am a quick learner and willing to be flexible in my work at the same time I wish to improve my English."
"When I worked in America I improved the fluency of my English, which is now described as advanced. hopefully it will make it easy for you to train me in my new job."