I have known Intec Recruitment for approximately twenty years. They have been a great help in finding me work over the years, in some very interesting electronic companies. They have proven over the years to be very honest & reliable. - E.R. - Test Engineer
I would be more than happy to recommend Intec Recruitment to anyone considering using this company for future employment. You get a prompt and polite service, any problems are easily resolved through the company's professionalism. I have worked for them for 10 weeks now and am very happy with Intec. Any questions or queries have been answered. - R.M. - Mechanical Fitter
I have been using Intec Recruitment Services for my employment needs since 1989 and I have found them to be proactive and give an excellent service. I like that they are a family run business and my experience of them is that they are efficient and courteous and always do what they say they are going to do. I would highly recommend them.
- V.S. - Prototype Wirer
The service I have received (and currently still do) from all at Intec is highly recommendable.
The pre and post interview discussions were frank and honest, thus allowing an easy decision to accept the posting.
- S.A. - Technician
I have used Intec's services in the past, I found their services very supportive and efficient, whenever I had any issues they were dealt in no time, I am looking forward to working with Intec again. - F.I. - Wirer
I would like to thank you guys for your assistance in finding an ideal job for me. I had spent several months searching and applying for various jobs, but had not found anything that really fitted, you managed to come up find a vacancy that not only matched my key skills but is position I am really excited about starting. - R.M. - Mechanical Assembly Technician
While your CV sets out the skills you have for the post we would advise including a covering letter which should:-
demonstrate to the employer your interest in and knowledge of the company;
highlight particular parts of your CV that are your unique selling points;
explain any personal circumstances or anomalies in your application.
Well-written covering letters are also particularly effective for speculative applications outside a recruitment cycle.
Setting out your covering letter
Address your letter to a named individual. If you are not sure who the best person to contact is, telephone the company and ask.
Keep your letter to one side of A4.
Use a formal business template, showing both your address and the name and address of the recipient.
Use 'Yours sincerely' to sign off. Only use 'Yours faithfully' if you have addressed the letter 'Dear Sir/Madam'.
Paragraph one: introduction
Why are you writing? 'I am writing in response to your job advertisement in the Daily News for the position of trainee marketing assistant'.
Who are you? 'I will be made redundant in June, and am very keen to establish a career with your company'.
Paragraph two: why you want the job
What attracts you to this particular company? Demonstrate that you've researched their activities.
Why do you want to work in this sector? You could refer to relevant experience or study. Does the job make use of your strengths? Is it particularly varied or challenging?
Paragraph three: why the company should be interested in you
Pick out three or four of the qualities the employer is asking for. What evidence can you give of these?
Mention relevant experience or study.
Final paragraph: conclusion
Cover any practical issues. You could refer to when you are available for interview.
Be positive. Thank the company for considering your application and say you look forward to hearing from them.
It is vital you proofread your covering letter carefully and present it well.
If you are sending your covering letter as an email, a formal style is still important, although you can leave out the addresses at the top of the page.