Dear Human Resources Department Director: I am an experienced software engineer specializing in computer animation.
I am responding to an ad that you recently posted in the Technology Times online for a software engineer in the Program Development Department at XYZ Animators, Inc..
I started with Creative and have been there for 3 years working my way up from a junior engineer to a team supervisor.
I have learned a great deal about the gaming world and have many ideas that I believe would be well received at Game Innovations.
I have been working with ABC Animations for the last 4 years and have been informed that the company will soon be laying off approximately 10% of the staff in all departments.
Although I have not been informed that I will be laid off, I would like to leave ABC and secure employment at a more stable company.
I have learned a great deal about coding and especially debugging applications over the last 4 years as well as thorough testing and quality assurance. NET, Python, BEA Web Logic, Web Sphere, and Java Script, although I am familiar with other platforms and systems as well.
I would consider it an honor and a privilege to join the staff of gifted software engineers at XYZ Animators, Inc.
She is sending out numerous applications and resumes to companies in her area in hopes of landing a permanent job. where I conducted code analysis in preparation for an upgrade in the programs that run the unemployment benefits system.
Dear Software Engineering Department Director: My name is Polly Parker and I just graduated from XYZ Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Software Engineering. I was also responsible for assisting in the integration of new software with the existing system. Attached to this letter, along with my application and resume, are 2 reference letters.