Sample Cover letter for Chartered Accountant
Employers needs talented candidate not only on paper but off paper as well. So while writing cover letter for Chartered Accountant, see to it that things you mention are realistic. Make sure that your quality work would speak out your ability in letter.
(Write your name and address)
58 State Street
(Write Employer’s name and address)
Millennium Chemicals Inc.
3534 Hedge Street
(In first paragraph, include the information like why you are writing, position you are applying for and source of the job listing)
I found your advertisement regarding the job opening for the post of Chartered Accountant position on Net-Temps.com . I am sure I would be able to unleash my work skills and creative energies to perform well at this position. I believe I am the suitable candidate for the above mentioned work profile.
(In second paragraph, include the summary of your work experience.)
My work experience includes:
- Employed both as a trainee and qualified chartered accountant working mainly in audit, accountancy and taxation.
- I dealt with a wide variety of clients across many different industries. I learnt how to operate in a professional environment, deal with deadlines and how to interact and communicate successfully with clients as well as garnering substantial business and financial skills and competencies.
- Accounts preparation Smaller client’s required the preparation of statutory and management accounts.
- The smaller clients reported under UK GAAP and I became proficient in the preparation of such accounts and the use of a number of accounting systems such as Sage and Viztopia as well as highly capable in Excel.
(In third paragraph, thanks the employer and include the information about how you follow up)
My previous job had thought me to fight with different situations. I am intending to bring out the professionalism in my work by getting in contact with you people. Note down my email dress and contact number so that you can get in touch with me.
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