Total 72 job(s)
Temp Administrative Executive ($12,000/Monthly)
Government
Admiralty
Sales Representative (15K)
Electronics
Tsim Sha Tsui East
Merchandiser (Negotiable)
Garments manufacturer
Lai Chi Kok
Accounts Clerk (12K)
Electronics
Tsim Sha Tsui East
Administration Manager (20K)
Publisher
Tai Koo
Investment Fund Products Officer (12K)
Retail Banking
Kwun Tong
Administrative Assistant (12K)
Trading
Wanchai
Shipping Clerk (10K)
Japanese trading
Kwai Chung
Clerk (11K)
Retail Banking
Kwun Tong
Credit Card Sales (9K + Commission)
Retail Banking
HK/ KLN/ NT
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> Tips on writing a Thank you letter
Writing a thank you letter after an employment interview is a must
   
It can make you stand out from the other candidates competing for the position
   
Plan to send out your thank you letter within twenty-four hours after your interview without delay
   
You can send the thank you letter by post or email
   
Ensure the letter should be addressed to the interviewer
   
Mention the date of the job interview and the position you apply
   
To thanking the person you talked with
   
Restate some of your strengths and skills
   
Express why you want the job and how you must make significant contributions
   
If you have forgotten to mention some important information in the interview, you can add here
   
Close the letter by stating again your expectation to get the job
   
Even if you do not want the job, write a thank you letter respectfully withdrawing your application, because you never know what the future holds so why burn your bridges


Thank you letter for reference
 


Christopher Chan
24A, Phase X, Venice Garden
Tuen Mun, New Territories
(852) 2468 2468

01 June 2010

LLN Corporation
Mr. Richard Ma
Director of Human Resources
5/F Millennium City

Dear Mr. Ma,

It was very enjoyable to speak with you about the Human Resources Assistant at the LLN Corporation on yesterday. The job, as you presented it, seems to be a very good match for my skills and interests.

In addition to my enthusiasm, I will bring to the position strong writing skills, assertiveness and the ability to encourage others to work cooperatively with the department.

I understand your need for human resources support. My detail orientation and organizational skills will help to free you to deal with larger issues.

I neglected to mention during my interview that I had worked for an internship as a temporary human resources assistant. This experience helped me to develop my human resources skills.

I appreciate the time you took to interview me. I am very interested in working for you and look forward to hearing from you about this position.

Yours sincerely,
Christopher Chan

 
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