BY Lisbeth Herrera Lizcely L贸pez
The Resume The Resume is sometimes called a data sheet or vita. It is an Outline of all you have to offer a new employer. It presents your qualifications, background, and experiences in a way that will convince a business person to grant you an interview. Your resume, with its cover letter, is the first impression you make on an employer. It promotes those traits you want the employer to know you possess. For that reason, it must look “Professional.”
Estefany Lizcely López Xocoxic
Civil Status: Single Adress: 8a. Calle 5-02, Zona 3 San Pedro Sacatepequez Guatemala ID: 010050113 E-mail: adress email@example.com
CAREER OBJECTIVE To obtain a position as an executive secretary with a large corporation.
EDUCATION High school Instituto Guatemalteco Americano 2010-2012
Middle School Liceo Bilingüe Integral Sampedrano 2007-2009
Elementary school Liceo bilingüe Integral Sampedrano 2001-2006
Kindergarden Liceo Bilingüe Integral Sampedrano 1998-200
SPECIAL SKILLS Languages-english spanish Shorthand 80 w.p.m
AWARDS CONFERENCE SECRETARIAL 2010-2012
INTEREST Develop a good position of secretary in any business área.
REFERENCES Kevin Lopez Ajcuc 4. Calle 5-02, Zona 12 Guatemala Teléfono: 2345-6435
Heyson Fernando López, doctor, 3a. Calle 6-98, Zona 12 Guatemala Teléfono: 2345-6543
Letters of Application Its purpose is to attract an employer´s attention and persuade her to grant you an interview. To do this; the letter presents what you can offer the employee rather than what you want from the job. This letter serves as the Cover Letter of your resume. There are two types of application letters. A “Solicited” letter is sent in response to a help-wanted ad, because this letter will compete with many others, it must refer to the ad and the specific advertised job. An “Unsolicited” letter is sent to a company for which you would like to work even though you know of no particular opening. You can personally define the position you would like to apply for.
Banco G&T Continental 26-34 Queens Boulevard Bayside, New York 11202
April 26, 2012 Mr. Francisco Aguilar Banco G&T Continental 1402 Broadway New York, New York 10032 Dear Mr. Francisco Aguilar I am writing to apply for the position of bilingual secretary in the Banco G&T Continental. Last year ago I completed my career and I received courses on computers. I can use all Microsoft Office programs. . As requested, I am enclosing a completed job application, my certification, my resume and three references. I have participated in conferences, and I have had extensive experience. . The opportunity described in this listing is very interesting, and I believe that my strong technical experience and education will make me a very competitive candidate for this position. You can reach me at 2345-9485. Sincerely yours, Estefany Licely L贸pez Xocoxic Secretary
FOLLOW-UP LETTERS Few people nowadays send a follow-up letter after an interview. For this reason alone, it can be highly effective. A follow-up letter should be courteous and brief. It should merely thank the employer for the interview and restate your interest in this job. A reference to a successful moment at the interview is a good, personalizing touch. You use this letter to says thanks for your time to the employer and the opportunity they gave you.
April 25, 2012
Dear Mr. Fernando Ramirez: Banco G&T Continental 87 Delaware Road Hatfield, CA 08065
Dear Mr. Ramirez:
Thank you for allowing you an interview in your company, I send a resume earlier this month for the bilingual secretary at Banco GT Continental. I would like to confirm receipt of my application and reiterate my interest in the job.
I am very interested in working at Banco G& Continental and I believe my skills and experience would be an ideal match for this position.
If necessary, I would be glad to resend my application materials or to provide any further information you might need regarding my candidacy. I can be reached at (5678-9387) or firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you.
Estefany Lizcely L贸pez Xocoxic Secretary
LETTERS OF REFERENCE ď‚› An employment reference letter is a letter from an employer about an employee's qualities. An employment reference letter can be written by coworkers, customers, vendors and colleagues. This letter can then be used to help the employee find a new job at another company. Some employers may not be willing to provide reference letters because they may be worried about potential lawsuits. In this case, the employer may only provide the job title, dates of employment and salary history for the employee.
CEMENTOS PROGRESO 9ÂŞ. Avenue 2-34, Zone 9 Tel. 2234-3423
May 5, 2012
Mr. Harold Smith 875 Davidson Street Newark, New Jersey 07501
Dear Mr. Smith:
I am happy to provide this information that you requested regarding Ms. Sindy Janeth Leiva Aldana, with the understanding that this information will be confidently.
Ms. Leiva has been a secretary and then a general secretary in my store since August 2007. She has always been willing to work odd hours, including weekends and holidays, and very responsible with her work. She has proven to be a hardworking and trustworthy employee.
I hope this information will be helpful to you and can take your decision about hiring Ms. Leiva.
Lisbeth Herrera Proprietor
LETTERS FOR RECOMMENDATION ď‚› A letter of recommendation is a letter in which the writer assesses the qualities, characteristics, and capabilities of the person being recommended in terms of that individualâ€™s ability to perform a particular task or function. Recommendation letters are almost always specifically requested to be written about someone, and are therefore addressed to a particular requestor
THE VASQUEZ TRAVEL AGENCY 1402 Broadway New York, New York 10032
May 5, 2012
Mr. Jonathan Vecchio Alpine Leisure Village Aurora, Colorado 80707
I am glad to provide you the information requested about Lisbeth Herrera. She was my assistant for the five years, and she was always an outstanding worker.
Miss Herrera demonstrated her efficiency in every assignment she had, she was also one of the most responsible and punctual workers in the office. She was always encouraging every activity we made and, even though it was not her job, she was always looking for something important to do.
Therefore, I can recommend Ms. Herrera, without hesitation, for the position of assistant in your company.
Sindy Leiva Manager