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Tips and tricks for covering letters

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Tips and tricks for covering letters

When employers ask for applications in writing, (přihláška písemnou formou) you should always send a CV (short for ‘Curriculum Vitae’) and a covering letter (motivační dopis) - these two go together. The CV gives the basic factual information. The covering letter explains why you’re interested and shows how you’d be just right for the job.

Writing a CV and covering letter is very similar to filling in an application form. Your CV should include your personal details (osobní údaje), education, qualifications and employment details, while the covering letter acts as a personal statement (osobní prohlášení and a record of your relevant experience (příslušná zkušenost).

The basic key with cover letters is to keep them brief (stručný), get across the important points and let a positive, enthusiastic (nadšený) personality shine through (prozářit).

If you’ve completed a long ‘personal details’ section on an application form, the letter should be short to avoid repetition (vyhnout se opakování). If you’re sending a CV, your letter needs to be a little more detailed in order to put a personal slant (osobní pohled) on the information you’ve provided.

The tone of your letter (tón vašeho dopisu should respond to the tone of the advertisement and job description. If the advertisement seems relatively informal, follow their lead, but be careful not to go over the top (nenechat zajít daleko) and avoid using language you wouldn’t normally use; it’s all about the real you.

As a rough guide, take a look at the following tips

- In the first paragraph, get across what vacancy (volné místo) you’re applying for, and where and when it was advertised.

- In the second paragraph, let them know how your interests and abilities (schopnosti) link to the needs of the company (potřeby firmy) and why you want to work for them.

- In the third paragraph, without being repetitive, summarise your main strengths (shrnout vaše hlavní přednosti) keeping them relevant to the position you are aiming for.




- In the final paragraph, let them know when you can start work - and conclude with a confident: ‘I look forward to hearing from you.’







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