The Cover Letter.
Cover letters are the first thing a recruiter and hiring manager will see from you – whether in the body of an email or attached to a hard copy of your resume. We provide the professional cover letter you require, making your cover letter stand out from the pile. We prepare your cover letter as carefully as your resume itself.
While the resume is data, the cover letter is your voice. It speaks for you before the resume, highlights its key points, and shows your care for detail. DMD & Associates cover letters will:
- Introduce you appropriately.
- Showcase you as an individual.
- Spotlight key strengths in your resume.
- Demonstrate your writing abilities.
- Make the companies want to know more about you.
The customized cover letter we create to target a particular position can be used as a template for you to personalize for future job openings of interests, therefore admixing the value of the letter beyond one use!
The Thank You Letter.
The best (and most successful) job-seekers send a thank-you letter right after a job interview — a quick email thank-you, followed by a more detailed thank-you by postal mail. At the very latest, send thank-you or follow-up letters by mail within 24 hours of an interview. You may even want to ensure that the interviewer has your thank-you letter in hand no later than end of the next day. DMD & Associates can host a de-briefing session with you after the interview and immediately craft a thank you letter designed to get the results you desire – a second interview or even a job offer!
The Follow-Up Letter.
The use of follow-up letters in the job search process are becoming more popular than ever in this competitive employment market. A follow-up letter can increase your chances of getting hired. It can give you a winning edge over other applicants. A follow-up letter is a letter that a job applicant writes to a potential employer either after submitting a resume or after an interview. A After securing the information we need about your job search situation, we can craft a follow-up letter for you that reiterates your strong points, reminds them that you are interested and makes you stand out from the crowd.