Hi Everyone. I would like to get some advise and idea about my cover letter in Englsih. I have working experience as nurse but in this time I will apply the position of cabin crew. I have big confusion how to connect my study career and working experience as nursing with this new career.(Cabin Crew)

I have completed nursing course in Australia recently but I would like to get job by using my English skill and Im interested in the aviation industry. I am Asian.

I tried to write some sentences by using book and examples. If you eliminate and add some advise into my cover letter, Im very appriciated for your help.

Thanks for your time and cinsideration for me. QQQ

Dear Sir or Madam

I wish to apply for the position of Cabin Crew as advertised on your homepage recently. Knowing the reputation of your company, I am interested in pursuing the career of Cabin Crew with……

This year I completed a .................. University in Australia. As a part of my studies and working experience, I participated in clinical practice..............

whats kind of things and topic should I write in here? Please give me some advise and eliminate my CV.

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I bring to any job a strong work ethic and desire to succeed, a willingness to cooperate with other tem members, and a need to produce quality work and service. As a result of the knowledge and skills gained through my studies at University and clinical-based experiences, I will be able to more than adequately fulfil the requirements of the Cabin Crew position at .....................

Thank you very much for considering my application.

Yours faithfully,
Hi,

Where I live, when you apply for a job, you send a resume. The cover letter accompanies the resume, but does not replace it.

Are you going to include a resume (or CV) with your letter? If not, I wouldn't call your letter a 'cover letter', I'd call it something like 'a letter of application'.

Best wishes, Clive
Thanks for your replying. I would attach my resume with this cover letter or letter as u said.anyway I am appriciated for you to remind me the importance of those kind of letter. QQQ
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Hi again,

I would like to get some advise and idea about my cover letter in Englsih. I have working experience as nurse but in this time I will apply the position of cabin crew. I have big confusion how to connect my study career and working experience as nursing with this new career.(Cabin Crew) Try to find and stress the ways in which your nursing experience will help you in the new job. eg in medical emergencies. eg in understanding and working with people in a confident and reassuring way.

I have completed nursing course in Australia recently but I would like to get job by using my English skill and Im interested in the aviation industry. I am Asian.

I tried to write some sentences by using book and examples. If you eliminate and add some advise into my cover letter, Im very appriciated for your help. Why don't you write your whole letter, and post it here for comments, OK?

Best wishes, Clive
Thanks very much your advice. I try to think more my letter.

Thanks for your time and kindness. QQQ
Hi there,
I'm in the same situation with you. But I am applying the vacancy in the country where I stay.

Do you mind share with me about your experience in the cover letter and interview as well?
I looking forward for your help and hope you would succeed in your career.
I am an Asian in nursing line too. Thank you very much!
Jas.
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CliveHi,Where I live, when you apply for a job, you send a resume. The cover letter accompanies the resume, but does not replace it. Are you going to include a resume (or CV) with your letter? If not, I wouldn't call your letter a 'cover letter', I'd call it something like 'a letter of application'.Best wishes, Clive