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I am a Credit Management student at the University of South Africa in need of work place experience. I am a passionate, dedicated and hard working individual with an ability to give every effort to my tasks. I am also reliable, thorough and unafraid of challenges. I have an ability to deal with a wide range of people from all backgrounds in a caring and professional manner. My time as student has taught me to cope under pressure, to plan and organize and analyze situations in critical and creative ways. I would welcome the opportunity to become part of the growing industries and growing South Africa.
As a young Up-coming female, given a chance, I would like to work in an organization in which I can apply my knowledge, abilities, creative thinking and experience in a practical way. I am highly motivated to accept responsibility and to develop myself professionally and academically. I believe that working for you will give me chance to explore the challenging, demanding world of credit management and to develop my insight while I strive to become a potential creditor.
A copy of my curriculum vitae, which contains any other information you might require, is enclosed. Should you wish to interview me, I am available at any time convenient to you.
My name is seetsa,25 from Rustenburg.I completed N3,N4 and N5 Electrical engineering with good marks.
I am a hardworking person with a teachable spirit.I am motivated by a desire to do a good work and to excel in everything I do.Also,I am able to communicate well in different levels and enjoy good working relationship with people.
I am currently unemployed and looking for a company to do a Learnership or Apprentice.I may be contacted on 073 356 3301.
Dear Sir/ Madam ENQUIRY ABOUT WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES I have completed my S4 subjects for the National Diploma in Civil Engineering, this being the theoretical part of the qualification at the Vaal University of Technology and I am ready to be placed into a suitable Work Integrated Learning opportunity that requires an additional 12 month training in industry before the completion of my National Diploma: Civil Engineering. I have developed excellent interpersonal communication skills through my studies and other extramural activities, and consider myself a good team player. I am Self motivated and hard working, able to work under pressure, able to work independently without constant supervision, able to work long and flexible hours and always willing to learn new skills and acquire more knowledge from others in the field of civil works.
I would be very glad if I can get an opportunity to be part of your Work Integrated Learning schedule for the required 12 months. Should there be an opening for the opportunities in your company, I would like to be considered as part of your schedule. I have attached my curriculum vitae and academic record and am willing to provide any details if needed.
Should you wish to interview me, I am available on the following contact numbers: (072) 695-0694/ (073) 160-7158.
I am a recent University of Cape Town graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Given my strong desire to pursue a career in the business side of the property industry I feel this is the perfect opportunity.
I see Seef as being able to provide me with a solid foundation in property sales. The values of the company such as integrity, honesty, accountability and loyalty also resonate with me. As stated on the Seef website, Seef is a company that understands the importance of friendliness, professionalism and attentive service in property sales. I am an ambitious, goal orientated and self-driven individual. I have developed strong leadership and organisational skills in the positions of Science Student Council chairperson and University of Cape Town Choir for Africa chairperson. My responsibilities in these leadership roles included: Chairing meetings Promoting events Selling the UCT Choir for Africa brand Liaising with the relevant academic staff and student leaders. Being actively involved in UCT forum meetings in order to find solutions to problems.
Apart from leadership, I also have practical work experience as a waiter and barman at the Protea Hotel. Working at the Protea Hotel helped me develop my ability to keep even the most difficult customers happy. Given the status of the hotel chain and its strong emphasis on client service, I also learned how to handle stressful situations by exercising patience, respect and always putting the client’s happiness first.
Giving back to the community is also a passion of mine. While I was completing my studies at UCT I managed to raise funds for a charity through SHAWCO despite my heavy academic and leadership workload. Being able to balance this heavy workload required me to not just lead and delegate as a leader in a team environment but also be able to humble myself and allow myself to be led as well.
Yours sincerely Hulk
Application for internship
As a student at Vaal University of Technology, A background in internal auditing and proven record of obtaining satisfactory results in it are key elements in qualifying me for consideration as part of your team regarding the internship opportunities in audit and finance shown at my institution recently.
I am currently studying a B-Tech degree in internal auditing which am passionate about and admire so much. Am an individual who can interact with different people and am a very solution-orientated type of person who doesn’t easily surrender to any problem. Having me in your organization will be very imperative as I’m willing to learn more and equip myself with all the necessary skills needed for one to be an expert and help any organization achieve its objectives by enhancing strong internal controls and maintaining satisfactory procedures. I would really appreciate and love to be part of the selected interns in your organization.
Key skills Excellent computer skills Innovative and creativity ability Solution orientated Analytical thinking
I would love to give my profound gratitude for the time and effort used to inspect my documents. I hope my CV will cover all the necessary information needed. For any further information needed or inquiries, I can be reached at any time on my cell phone numbers (072 0791 489/074 468 9517) or my E-mail at Yours faithfully frazer mash
Good cover letter overall, but will like to advice that you start off by introducing yourself and create a strong link to your career/academic background. Make sure your link your skills with practical examples where you used them e.g I am a team player—->have contributed towards our ovarall A+ mark in our project. Also make sure that you avoid any informal language like “am” instead of “I am”. I love your conclusion.
Wow nice input @Brian
Dear: sir/madam I am a 3rd year student at NORTH WEST UNIVERSITY studying bcom degree in human resources management.
I am interested in finding any position in the human resources department where I can use my theory to acquire experiences and improve my knowledge in the corporate world If you are aware of any associates or friends who might be looking for an employee with my skills and interests, please forward the enclosed resume to them. Regardless of whether you are able to help me in my job search, I appreciate your time in considering my request. Thank you for the opportunity to submit my application. I trust that the necessary information required to assess the relevancy of my application will be found in the supplementary documentation.
Hi l finished my matric in 2010. l currently studying N4 Mechanical Engineering at Central Johannesburg Collage. Recently, l am have 1 year and a month experiance employed as a Training Pool Plant Operator but l want to take my career to another level. Duties: Data Capturer-Create/mantain data files and appropriate documents. To ensures documents are being filed accordingly and adhere to all data management guidelines and comfidentially agreements.
Technical: Computer Literacy-Microsoft office(Excel,Power point,Word,Acces and Outlook. System Application Product(SAP)
General: Team-worker/Groupworker, Leadership skills, Communication and Analytical problem solving. l am also reliable dependable,a good communicator.
l hope you will consider my self as the right person for the job.
Miss ABC P.o.box20 beville south, 2013 Respected Sir/Madam
Johannesburgh, August 22, 2012
I am a twenty-one year old female who has recently graduated with a Bcom degree with majors in human resources and marketing. The combination of my majors are rare and when applied skillfully and wisely together, these fields of studies can add great value to any organization. I am looking for the opportunity to bridge the gap between the theory learnt at university and the practical knowledge needed to function in the working environment. I am sure that being part of this MBenz is the first step on a clearly plotted career path that is accompanied by defined goals. I wish to apply for the HR graduate programme at MBenz , I believe I am the best candidate for this position because I am young, energetic and have the ability to take up challenges. I understand jobs in the HR field requires a lot of hard work and dedication, an in depth knowledge about the company policies and ability to work in a team and my strengths include excellent communication skills, being a team player and a self-motivational individual. I do not shun away from new learning opportunities and take up most challenges armed with a pro-active attitude. Also I am good at adapting to new environments and learning about new organizations so I believe I’ll be the best candidate for this position. Although not yet defined, this position will take advantage of my ability to learn quickly, easily grasp concepts, and assume increased levels of responsibility, and complete assignments independently or as part of a team with a high level of performance. As a conscientious and innovative individual, I am confident that I will be able to exceed your expectations and acquire as much knowledge from the organisation as possible in the hope of achieving my career goals. Being an outgoing individual, I find it easy to interact within a group setting, as well as communicate effectively to those around me. I also possess honesty, trustworthiness, responsibility, tolerance, dependability, punctuality and integrity as well as the ability to lead a diverse group towards reaching performance targets, while respecting the hierarchical structures already established within the organisation. I have learnt to work towards, and achieve my aims with great commitment and perseverance. I’ve had a knack of getting my point across very well, communicating with people, understanding their needs and providing them with a value proposition which is truly hard to refuse. My skills lie in my ability to comprehensively read and understand the situation and act quickly and yet smartly It is with your company that I hope to contribute utilizing my academic knowledge, to successfully redefined job descriptions and responsibilities, and to implement new policies and procedures resulting in a more structured and supportive workplace where employees will enjoy incentives to work hard and maintain their terms of employment. With the correct mentoring and orientation structures I feel I will be able to grasp new concepts, as well as discover new ways to implement theories and practices in the workplace. Therefore, I would welcome the opportunity to meet with the appropriate managers to discuss the possibility of my joining MBenz. Thank you for your review and consideration. Attached you will find my resume and certified copies of my certificates, which will give you additional information on my background and qualifications. I am available for an interview at your convenience. I look forward to speaking with you soon. Yours sincerely Miss AbC
Your covering letler is too long. Even for a CEO position, it cannot be that long. There is no rule of thumb as to how long the covering letter should. Nonetheless, 10 – 14 lines. Try to squeeze your ideas within few lines.
ya it is too long couldnt finishing reading
It is really very long. Try to rephrase, get to the point very quickly, and only share about what is neccessary. Remember you are probably competing with alot of people for just one post. And the people who do the short-listing are working on a schedule and have read maybe a 100 of these before they get to yours- so they would be tired.
My name is **********. I am a creative Electrical Engineering Technician with a National Diploma in Electrical Engineering obtained from Mangosuthu University of Technology. I have submitted my application for I am seeking a both challenging and rewarding opportunity to be in the industry and exercise my technical ability. I believe I am a worthy candidate for I have gained sufficient technical experience and expertise during my previous employment as a Technician in Training at Msunduzi Municipality where I was involved with the planning and designing of Medium and Low Voltage systems. I am also very aware of the operational Health and Safety Act and understand the importance of ensuring safety at all times. I am an analytical thinker with good communication skills who is able to work well alone and with other people. I am emotionally intelligent and can respond constructively and appropriately in positive and negative situations. I also prove to be competent and driven when working under pressure, and I believe I can make a positive contribution to the industry. I am immediately available for appointment
During the past three years I have been studying IT in all aspects and now I would like to engage myself in the workplace as a Data Analyst, Developer and Consultant/Technician so as to learn the practical aspects and further increase my knowledge and the knowledge of your company, my career objectives are to study and explore the evolving world of IT and help come up with systems that will further assist in making life easy for humanity. I believe I will be an outstanding candidate as I am capable of employing myself to whatever job I’m given, I support good work ethics, I have good communication skills and I am very punctual when it comes to work related issues (meeting, deadlines, etc).I can adapt to any situation so as to acquire my desired goal. I can analyze a situation and come up with a solution at a short time period.
The previous year I was working on a final year project for building a Point of Sale (POS) for a company named Game Kidz and I was the Project manager. I had to co-ordinate everything, JRP’s, Interviews and so forth. At the current state, I am doing my in-service at a municipality in Free State which will end on the 31st of August 2012; I was appointed to create a website and in 3 months was moved up to take the role of supervisor in all IT related categories. I have worked as a help desk technician for software applications like Munsoft, Sebata, VIP payroll
Please use the first paragraph to introduce yourself to the person you are sending your application to, it might help
Yes you written your covering letter or application letter but please your thing should be interesting& no boring.Do not write as you writing a composition.
Remember you are not the only applicant. infront of me I have 3000 Application so do you think I have enough time to read you Composition or your Assignment? NO I don’t .I will throw it away because it gives me headache by just [email protected] without reading it. So my loving people what ever it is make it CLEAR,STRAIGHT TO THE POINT,short.
Lastly do not write as you are writing for your friend. Read it before you Print it or ask some1 else to check it for you. Don’t be afraid to do so we are not perfect in english.
Wow, I’ve managed to go through all 27 comments and cover letters presented and there was only one that actually caught my attention. It is amazing how important a cover letter is, just after reading the first line you can tell whether it has potential or not. Imagine recruitment agencies going through hundreds of applications everyday what they have to go through. Problems that I discovered, which I must admitt I also make, was that there was a lack of quantifiable experience mentioned. For example not stating the years and comapany where you recieved the skill that you possess. Most of these letters where sounding like motivational speeches more than cover letters. Now I am going to change my cover to make it more factual and choose my wording wisely. It’s quite clear its not about the length but more about giving short, to the point descriptions of why you are qualified for a certain position. Can the site manager please get a qualified recruiter, if possible, to give us feedback on some of the mistakes on the cover letter.
P.S. I’m tooo shy to put my cover up because it’s lengthy and repetitive *blush*. Goes back to the drawing board.
RE: Application for Communication Officer Position: Ref no.-
Dear Recruitment Officer
I hereby apply for the Communication Officer position that was listed through Sunday Times newspaper on 10 June 2012.
I believe that my expertise, and qualifications in Communication Science and Advanced Database will make me an invaluable asset to your organisation and I would appreciate your careful consideration of my credentials as presented in the copy of my attached CV.
As the CV indicates, here are the reasons why I believe I am the candidate you are searching for and how I will add value to the Department of Labour to achieve its goals or Mission and Vision. • I am currently service internship with the Department of Trade and Industry within Marketing and communication division; • My academic performance reflects hard work and dedication towards delegated duties; • I am well organised and can deliver on target within limited time.
I am excited about the possibility of joining your organisation as a Communication Officer. I can be reached at 0788…. or ….
Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.
I am herewith applying for a job in your company as a civil engineering technologist.
I am a highly motivated, self confident, ambitious and a hard working 26 year old male who has done all his subjects (S1, S2, S3 and S4) in Civil Engineering at the Tshwane University of Technology
I believe that given the opportunity with your company, I will obtain the skills and expertise required for me to contribute the civil engineering industry while adding value to your company. For additional information please contact me at the contact number included in the accompanying curriculum vitae.
I hope and trust that my application will be highly regarded.
your heading should be something like:”APPLICATION FOR IMPLOYMENT:ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST” “i am a highly motivated,self confident,ambitious and hard working male seeeking an employment opportunity within your organisation. my qualifications includes (s1….) in civil ………at tshwane……
i agree with shoky but i think after the heading u shud give ur educational background and wat u looking 4.(it makes it easy to read ) the second paragraph can include ur attributes or qualitiesss and why u wana join that company, then conclusion
I like your covering letter. Just a few ideas though. …for me to contribute (to) the civil engineering… Every company wants a team player, so having something added about your ability to work well with people will not hurt. Otherwise, I would definately want an interview with you.
P.S. It is OK to include your contact numbers in your covering letter as well, for easy reference.
Katlego please refrain from mentioning all your passed semesters, e.g: “who has done all his subjects (S1, S2, S3 and S4) in Civil Engineering” once you mention that you have completed your S4 then automatically says you have passed the rest since you cannot go to the fourth semester without completing 1,2 & 3 and by so doing you shorten your cover letter making it more interesting oh and please check the requirements before applying because a Technologist is someone who has a Btech degree but from your letter you do not even say you have a diploma.
P.S: Also write your contact details in the cover letter just in case the person misplaced your cv
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Dear Sir / Madam
I finished my tertiary studies on N6 Electrical Engineering in December 2011, I also studied Advanced Microsoft Office and Business Administration as short courses. I am currently unemployed and looking for starter position and gain experience in a corporate world.
I am prepared to start small and I am always dedicated at what I do. I have good communication and interpersonal skills, I am always prepared to adopt new changes, eager to develop and contribute. My academic record will prove that I am a fast learner. With my skills and good personality, I can be a valuable additional asset to your company. I believe Electrical Engineering is one of the most important skills for the development of our country and for the economy, and I would love to contribute in development of this country. It is my passion to contribute in every aspect of life or development. I studied very hard to make sure I obtain a required and recommended qualification for this skill, although I had financial constraints sometimes but I did not give up. The only thing left now is to gain working experience. I am currently applying for any kind of work experience (in-service training and learnership). I am available for interview at your convenience and I am prepared to relocate. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
Thats a good letter, the only part which I believe all employers hate is where you mention having financial constraints during your studies …it gives an impression that you begging for sympathy. never mention your problems in motivational letters. good letter otherwise.
Good luck Noxolo
i love the content but the structure needs some work u selling urself but careful not to over do it and sound desperate. short and prescise alwaysss does it
A cover letter is a brief description of you and your roles or achievements since your school leaving years or work experience if any. It is simply to give potential employers an idea of what you can offer to them based on your skills, attributes, knowledge and any other relevant information that is regarded of value to potential employers.
I am applying for the advertised position.
I have a Bcom Economics degree from Unisa, I specialised with Economics and Finance. I’m currently registered for my honours in financial management.
I have been working at Mmela financial services for the past year as an intern , I have been working at finance department capturing invoices on pastel ,reconciliation cash books ,detailed ledgers and reconciling the main account cash book . I have also focused on invoice auditing, administration work, salvage and recovery , claims management and fleet management.
I am a hard work and I believe that I could be an asset to your company.
I am available for an interview.
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Before I can even finish reading your letter, I just spotted spelling error, bad impression from the beginning, don’t get me wrong, I’m trying to encourage you here.
The content is good but the format is not impressive.there’s a lot of “i” which i feel is not a professional language . your heading should be something like “APPLICATION FOR IMPLOYMENT: jUNIOR ACCOUNTANT”.try:” i am currently an “Accountant” Intern for MMela financial services,my duties include capturing……..”
A Cover Letter is a page you have typed in the format of any buisness letter (or even letter to a friend) in which you introduce yourself to a perspective employer. This letter often includes things like why you are interested in the job and work philosophy.
A Job Application is a form that is given by a hiring company or person in which you would fill in information asked for on this form that would often be included in a resume.
Hi ladies n gents I have recently applied for a bursary and I’ve been asked to write a motivational letter and I am really new at this therefore I’ve got no clue of how to even start to write this motivational letter. Please assist me by telling me which important details I need to include. Your correspondence will be highly appreciated…thank you!
[Response from Alex] A cover letter is a brief description of you and your roles or achievements since your school leaving years or work experience if any. It is simply to give potential employers an idea of what you can offer to them based on your skills, attributes, knowledge and any other relevant information that is regarded of value to potential employers.
I am struggling a lot I don’t know a different between a cover letter and an application letter. And pleas try to explain what is work ethic for me? Thank u
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MAKING YOUR CV WORK FOR YOU. Objectives By the end of the session students should be able to: Understand what a CV is and when it is appropriate to use.
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To highlight those areas of your skills and experience (on your resume) which make you particularly well-suited to the position for which you are applying.
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Learning And Development Manager Cover Letter Examples
Learning and development managers oversee training and development of staff in large corporations. Identifying training needs, developing curricula and structured courses, writing training materials, leading training and development programs and classes, and conducting post-training reviews are all responsibilities typically performed in this role. Superior problem-solving, analytical, and presentation talents are all essential to success as a learning and development manager.
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Include These Learning And Development Manager Skills
- Program planning and development
- Short- and long-range planning
- Competency and technical skill gaps
- Traditional and web-based training
- Course development and leadership
- Curriculum design and development
- Needs analysis
- Quality assurance
- E-learning techniques
- Key performance indicators (KPIs)
- Process improvement and change management
- Relationship and partnership building
- Budget administration
- Team building and leadership
Below you will find an example of a cover letter for a learning and development manager detailing relevant abilities, experience, and credentials.
Dear Ms. Tillmon:
With this letter and the attached resume, I would like to express my sincere interest in the learning and development manager position you are seeking to fill. As an accomplished HR professional with extensive experience and finely honed abilities in staff training and development, I possess a breadth of knowledge and talents that will allow me to contribute toward the success of Kamikaze Industries.
My expertise includes successfully identifying corporate training needs, creating learning programs, and implementing hands-on and e-learning strategies for major companies including Tricyclon, Bagnelia, and Leopard. Throughout my career, I have demonstrated a keen ability to anticipate and evaluate learning and development needs and roll out curricula and courses to achieve corresponding objectives. Furthermore, my outstanding presentation, communication, and leadership talents position me to make a significant contribution to your corporation.
The following achievements demonstrate my qualification for this position:
Directing all facets of staff leadership and development – including curriculum design, material development, e-learning and software implementation, and post-training analysis/review – to measurably improve and expand staff skill sets and achieve corporate objectives
Excelling as the senior learning and development consultant for Willow Inc. for the past 13 years, integrating critical training experiences into people-planning processes to support development planning for 600+ employees across all levels
Planning and executing a high-level management training program for high-performing personnel to advanced skill development
Performing continual process improvement by keenly evaluating training results using KPIs
Establishing solid and trusting partnerships through exceptional relationship-building skills; utilizing solid communication and interpersonal abilities to secure employee, client, and management trust
Administering a $3.2M learning and development budget and supervising a team of 19 L&D specialists and analysts
My proven dedication to optimizing organizational success through my expert knowledge of learning and development strategies and techniques will contribute immensely to the success of Kamikaze Industries. Thank you for your consideration; I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Lucille B. Martin
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Please consider me for the learning administrator opportunity. I am including my resume that lists my qualifications and experience.
In my previous role, I was responsible for day-to-day technical support to all end users of the Learning and Talent Management Systems, Adobe Connect, and other related products.
Please consider my qualifications and experience:
- Readiness to share experience and transfer knowledge whilst tailoring and adapting to organisational wide or local business unit needs
- Prior experience with AICC and SCORM standards and implementation (desirable)
- Experience in working with a multi-course curriculum (desirable)
- Knowledge of training management and administration business practices (desirable)
- Knowledge of accounting industry educational standards and delivery
- Customer service background in a “Help Desk” environment preferred
- General knowledge of CPE and state requirements
- Superior knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
I really appreciate you taking the time to review my application for the position of learning administrator.
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Learning administrator responsible for district System Administration technical support for learning management systems (LMS) to provide Learning support for instructors and students;.
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Example of learning administrator cover letter.
Previously, I was responsible for subject matter expertise on the LMS and related learning technologies, ensuring stabilization of the learning platform.
I reviewed the requirements of the job opening and I believe my candidacy is an excellent fit for this position. Some of the key requirements that I have extensive experience with include:
- Comfortable with ambiguity and able to work both autonomously and in collaboration
- Resourceful and able to proactively anticipate needs and provide solutions
- Experience with instruction and training
- Proficiency in computer usage, email, and Microsoft Office suite
- Strong customer service with a sense of urgency and responsiveness
- Expert in Microsoft Office products, including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Coordinate big meetings, courses or events
- Work with different cultures
Thank you for taking your time to review my application.
I would like to submit my application for the learning administrator opening. Please accept this letter and the attached resume.
In my previous role, I was responsible for strategic direction, vision, motivation, and leadership to the Learning COE, Talent Management, HR Function and operating team.
- A clear understanding of learning & recognition programs and standards relevant to own discipline
- Seeking individual with a consultative mindset
- Experience working with video for educational or training delivery purposes
- Hands-on experience with Kaltura or related product
- Experience with software testing and understanding of quality assurance practices
- Project management experience or familiarity with project management methodologies
- Previous background as a Learning Specialist
- Knowledge of regulations and laws associated with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accommodations for learning disabled
Thank you for considering me to become a member of your team.
I submit this application to express my sincere interest in the learning administrator position.
In the previous role, I was responsible for leadership and oversight of the company’s Learning Management System (LMS), managing and building the HR functions e-learning modules, and providing oversight and guidance to LMS admins in other functions.
- Flexible, enthusiastic and positive approach to work
- Comfortable working with daily / weekly / monthly administrative tasks and processes
- Previous experience of working within a learning and development team and experience of working with a learning management system would be an advantage but are not essential
- Experience within a healthcare setting preferred
- High School diploma or equivalent, additional business schooling preferred
- Demonstrates strong initiative, proactive planning, resourcefulness, problem-solving abilities and heavily focused on customer service
- Intermediate or higher MS Office Skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Helpdesk or end-user technical support preferred
Thank you in advance for taking the time to read my cover letter and to review my resume.
In response to your job posting for learning administrator, I am including this letter and my resume for your review.
In the previous role, I was responsible for consultation to the enterprise on use of learning technologies such as LMS, LCMS, knowledge management systems, authoring tools, analytics.
My experience is an excellent fit for the list of requirements in this job:
- Proficiency in eLearning, mobile learning and educational software
- Strong communication skills, self-initiation, teamwork spirit and willingness to work under pressure
- Good written and oral communication skills in both English and Mandarin Chinese
- Experience successfully managing IT projects from initiation through delivery, including oversight of system integration, project and campus communications, interface with vendors, and managing risk
- Prioritizes and performs a variety of concurrent tasks with minimal direction
- Extron Control Systems Specialist certification (ECS) preferred
- Experience with audience response systems
- May be part qualified
I am excited to be applying for the position of learning administrator. Please accept this letter and the attached resume as my interest in this position.
In the previous role, I was responsible for support for all e-learning and Learning Management Systems (Docebo) for the employee branch.
- Deep knowledge of front-end languages and advanced, new and upcoming technologies and tools
- Demonstrated experience with a variety of web development, design, and web content maintenance tools for a variety of media
- Knowledge of SEO & SEM
- Full understanding of browser/platform constraints
- Monitor and track the Course Offering spreadsheet
- Update Diamond Learning role-based curriculums based on the Course Offerings spreadsheet
- Ensure role-based curriculums are appropriately assigned
- Capable of working cross functionally within the company
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