Tuhia he reta uhi mo tono mahi
Te hanga i tētahi reta uhi mo te tono mahi he nui. E horo'a te reira koe i te whai wāhi ki te kōrero e pā ana ki te aha e pai mo te mahi koutou. Pānuitia 7 tohutohu e e te tauturu ia tuhituhi koe he reta uhi nui.
Creating a cover letter for a job application is important. It gives you a chance to talk about why you are good for the job. Read 7 tips that will help you write a great cover letter.
Ko te tukanga o te tuhi i te reta cover ai e huanane. homai te pukapuka uhi koe he wāhi ki te kōrero e pā ana ki o koutou pūkenga me ngā paetae i roto i te taipitopito atu. Here e 7 tohutohu e pā ana ki te pehea, ki te tuhituhi i te uhi reta pai.
The process of writing a cover letter may be confusing. The cover letter gives you a chance to talk about your skills and achievements in more detail. Here are 7 tips about how to write an excellent cover letter.
1. Whakamahia te hōputu taua mo koutou reta cover rite tou anō
1. Use the same format for your cover letter as your resume
kia whai i te reta uhi mo te tono mahi, me te anō etahi te rahi momotuhi taua, me te kāhua. Ko te tawhē (wāhi i runga i te taha o te whārangi) kia te taua rawa. tika koe e taea e tapahia, ka whakapiri i te wahi o runga o te anō (pane) e ngā ō mōhiohio whakapā.
The cover letter for a job application and resume should have some the same font size and style. The margins (spaces on the side of the page) should be the same too. You can just cut and paste the top part of the resume (header) that includes your contact information.
2. Kaua e faahiti to koutou anō i roto i to koutou reta cover
2. Don’t repeat your resume in your cover letter
Kaua e whakamahi i te aua kupu tangohia rite i roto i to koutou anō. Tenei e taea te hōhā ki te pānui i hoki kaitukumahi. Engari, korero i te aamu taipitopito atu ranei e pā ana ki te paetae. e waiho He tauira he matā ki runga ki to koutou anō e ta i kaute koe i tou kamupene tawhito. taea whiriwhiri koe ki te korero ki te kōrero e pā ana ki te wa i whakaritea e koe he hape kaute a whakaorangia te moni kamupene.
Do not use the exact same words as in your resume. This can be boring to read for employers. Instead, tell a story or more detail about an achievement. An example would be a bullet on your resume that says you did accounting at your old company. You could choose to tell a story about the time you fixed an accounting mistake and saved the company money.
3. Kaua e kōrero e pā ana ki te mea e kore koutou e whai
3. Don’t talk about what you don’t have
Tangata kua nga pūkenga i roto i te whakaahuatanga mahi i tuhituhia te. Ki te whai koe i 80%, ko koe he kaitono pai. Kaua rawa e whakahua e ngaro koe i te pūkenga. Engari, arotahi ki runga i te aha e pai ki to koutou.
Nobody has every skill that is written in a job description. If you have 80%, you are a good candidate. Never mention that you are lacking a skill. Instead, focus on what your are good at.
4. Whakamahia tō reta uhi ki te mea he aha rite koe te kamupene
4. Use your cover letter to say why you like the company
He mea nui e mana'o te kaituku mahi e hiahia tino koe ki te mahi hoki a ratou. Ki te kitea e tika koe i te tūranga ipurangi, haere ki to ratou paetukutuku. Pānuitia me te "e pā ana ki" wāhanga ako e pā ana ki te mea ratou hua mahi ranei he. Titiro ki to ratou wāhanga "misioni me te kite". Ko te wahi kamupene kōrero e pā ana ki o ratou whāinga me aha he nui ki to ratou kamupene. Tiki i roto i te tahi mea e rite koe e pā ana ki te kamupene me te whakahua i te reira i te mutunga o te reta taupoki.
It is important that the employer feels that you really want to work for them. If you just found the position online, go to their website. Read the “about” section and learn about what their product or work is. Look at their “mission and vision” section. That is where companies talk about their goals and what is important to their company. Pick out something that you like about the company and mention it at the end of the cover letter.
5. Kōrero e pā ana ki koe, a kihai te rōpū
5. Talk about yourself and not the team
He maha whenua uara te te wahi o te hapori kapa ranei. Heoi, te USA ko te whenua individualistic. Tenei te tikanga e hiahia ana kaitukumahi Amerika ki te rongo e pā ana ki te mea koutou kaha motuhake. Whakamahia te kupu "ahau" hei utu o "tatou" ki te faahoruhoru i te kaituku mahi. Kia ite te reira i uaua engari ka riro māmā ki te mahi.
Many countries value being a part of a community or team. However, the USA is an individualistic country. This means American employers want to hear about what your specific strengths. Use the word “I” instead of “we” to impress the employer. It may feel difficult but will become easier with practice.
6. Mahi etahi rangahau
6. Do some research
Ka Me koe ki te tuhituhi i te mōhiohio kamupene whakapā i runga i tou reta uhi mo te tono mahi. Ko tētahi o nga mea i te mea pai ki te mohio he ingoa o te kaiwhakahaere utu. I te tahi taime, te mea i tuhituhia i runga i te whakaahuatanga mahi. Ki te kore, titiro ake te kamupene i runga i LinkedIn, i te mea he pae hoki kōtuitui mahi. Ki te kitea e koe i te reira, hoatu i te reira i roto i to koutou reta cover. ka whakaatu te reira i te kaituku mahi e utu koe whakarongo ki te taipitopito me te mahi mahi anō.
You will need to write the company contact information on your cover letter for a job application. One of the things that is good to know is the hiring manager’s name. Sometimes, it is written on the job description. If not, look up the company on LinkedIn, which is a site for job networking. If you find it, put it in your cover letter. It will show the employer that you pay attention to detail and do extra work.
7. Whakahua te mea kia rere ke koe
7. Mention what makes you different
He he he tupono pai maha iwi tono mo te mahi e hiahia ana koe. He reta cover ko to koutou tupono ki te mea te mea kia rere ke koe. kia kōrero koe e pā ana ki te pehea koutou pūkenga e taea te āwhina te whakahaere. hei tauira, rite te manene, korero koe tetahi atu reo. He nui tenei no te mea he maha kamupene i kaimahi kanorau tari ranei i roto i ētahi atu whenua. hoki kia kua mahi koe tūao ki te iwi i ahurea rerekē ranei. Tirohia mēnā ki te whakahua i tenei.
There is a good chance many people applied for the job you want. A cover letter is your chance to say what makes you different. You should talk about how your skills can help the organization. For example, as an immigrant, you speak another language. This is important because many companies have diverse employees or offices in other countries. You also may have worked or volunteered with people from different cultures. Make sure to mention this.
I to tatou whārangi tauira reta cover, Ka taea e kitea e koe mau hi'oraa o reta cover pai. Ka kite koe i te reta tauira mo te mahi taumata-urunga, me te reta tauira mo te mahi ngaio. Ka taea ki te tiki tauira o reta e rua i roto i te Kupu, a huri ratou e koe ki te hāngai tō tono ake.
On our cover letter examples page, you can find examples of good cover letters. You will see a sample letter for an entry-level job and a sample letter for a professional job. You will be able to download examples of both letters in Word and change them to suit your own application.
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