I'm hunting for a job and when I send my applications I used to write at the end of my mails this sentence: Please find attached my CV and my cover letter. Does it sound ok or would be better if I write just
Please find my CV attached for your attention. (Modern formal, better than the traditional version) [when you sign your email "yours sincerely/faithfully and best regards"]. I've attached...I'm enclosing... the latest figures for you.
Please find attached to this e-mail a copy of my CV that details my past experience. I will follow up with you during the week to confirm that you have received this e-mail. I look forward to speaking with you.
"Please find my resume in the attachment.."? I have also seen people saying "Attached is my resume / application ....", but that does not sound polite enough to me.
However, in BrE at least, "Please find attached ..." is frequently the beginning of such a sentence. It would then go on to say what is attached. Please find attached two copies of my CV.
Please find attached my CV and Cover Letter for the position of Senior Research Fellow. I look forward to hearing from you!
Please find my CV and cover letter attached. franciscojose.ruizcabello. Spanish.
Please find attached my Curriculum Vitae for the position of Senior Human Resources Consultant.
Dear Sir, Please find attached my CV for the position of a Mechanical Technician. I have an experience of 6 years out of which 4 years in the oil. This is a candidate registered on Gulfoilandgas.com.
Английский. Please find my CV attached : Итальянский. Allego il mio CV insieme con le copie di alcune referenze. Последнее обновление: 2014-07-22 Тематика: Неизвестно Частота использования: 1 Качество