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A: This is often a successful way to find a job. BUT, you must do some research before you begin, otherwise it could have the opposite effect!

  1. Memorise the name of the company – nothing will put an employer off more if you get it wrong. If the name is a couple of letters e.g. SAB, find out what that stands for – in this case South Africa Breweries 🙂
  2. Research all you can about the company – what they do: sell, manufacture, or what service they offer. This also applies to government departments. If they have a website, read everything. Find the tab on the menu bar which says Careers – that is where they offer jobs, but also list who to contact. Otherwise use the Contact tab.
  3. Research by talking to friends and adults who are working. Find out as much as possible! Try to get an introduction to someone working there.
  4. Write down why you would like to work for them. (Not to earn a salary – they know that!)
  5. Send a cover letter to a specific person if you can (the HR manager or department manager)
  6. Introduce yourself in a positive way e.g. ‘I read on your website…’ ‘I heard from a friend…’
  7. Mention how your skills and knowledge are important for the job you want. e.g. I have studied this: (add in your qualification, skills and knowledge) and I am looking for an opportunity to use what I learnt in my studies to assist your (company / organisation / department). I think it could be relevant to the work your (company /your department) specialises in.
  8. Say something like ‘I would be glad if you could interview me to see how my skills and enthusiasm could contribute to the success of [company name] in the future.’
  9. Add ‘I attach a CV and look forward to hearing from you’. Remember to follow up].
  10. Keep your CV short. Be sure to highlight key skills and achievements as they relate specifically to the job and company you are applying to.