Also when Emailing a resume and cover letter, i understand to put just a simple message citing position and who you are, but how would you normally do that, do you attach the Cover letter and Resume as two seperate documents, or do you put them all as one document? ( Cover First, 2 page resume after, so 3 page document all together) Just inquiring,
You might think you don't need to include your email address because your recipient can hit "reply" to email you. However, if your recipient forwards your email to someone else who might like to reply to you, that person might not be able to see or access your email address. By including your email address in your signature block, you make life easier for others (this will contribute to your success in the job search and on the job), and help people reach you.
Apply by emailing resume and cover letter to
Cole’s Quality Foods, Inc. is a well established and growing industry leader in the frozen food category. Cole’s offers an excellent working environment, and competitive pay & benefits package. Applicants may apply by emailing resume directly to: .
Write your letter as the body of the email and include a salutation (use the receiver's actual name if you know it) and a standard closing. ("Sincerely" or "Warm regards" work well.) Leave blank lines between paragraphs, and use appropriate signature and closing lines. Include all the information in your signature line you would have on your business card, including snail mail address, phone number and email address. "Remember, your email address doesn't always automatically show up on the receiver's email program," Ramsey says.Signature. Include your contactinformation (email address, phone number, etc.) in your signature,so it’s easy for the hiring manager to get in touch withyou.