Should I address my cover letter to the recruiter?

1) Don’t Address Your Cover Letter to the Recruiter For many job openings, the first person you need to impress is a corporate recruiter. That doesn’t mean you should address your cover letter to them. It’s mostly for the hiring manager, said a recruiter in the non-profit industry.

Can you address a cover letter to multiple recipients?

It is okay to address a cover letter to more than one person, but only if you know you need to address the cover letter to more than one person. Most cover letters should be addressed to just a single person.

Who should you address your cover letter to?

Rule #1: Use a Formal Full Name Salutation Unless you know for sure that the culture of the company is more casual, use the hiring manager’s first and last name, including a Mr. or Ms. (e.g., Mr. Jack Smith).

Is Dear hiring manager OK?

What if you cannot track down a contact name for your cover email? Use a generic salutation, such as Dear Hiring Manager, Dear Recruiting Manager or Dear Human Resources Professional. (Avoid To Whom It May Concern; it is antiquated.) Another option is to write Greetings, which is somewhat informal but polite.

What should my message to the hiring manager be?

Dear [NAME], Earlier this month, I made the decision to begin looking for a new career opportunity. It’s been a great [NUMBER] years working at [COMPANY NAME] as their [JOB TITLE]. I’m looking for a new company to challenge me and grow my skill set in [SKILL NAME], [SKILL NAME] and [SKILL NAME].

What do you do if you don’t know the hiring manager?

“If the hiring manager’s name is nowhere to be found and the company is unwilling to give you his or her name, you should use ‘Dear Hiring Team’ in your cover letter salutation,” she says. “By addressing your cover letter to the hiring team, you increase your chances of getting it in front of the right pair of eyes.”

How do you sign off a To Whom It May Concern?

Very formal Sincerely yours, Respectfully, Use when you’ve started with Dear Sir/Madam or To Whom It May Concern.

How do you sign off a letter to someone you don’t know?

If you do not know the name of the person you are writing to, begin with Dear Sir or Dear Sir or Madam or Dear Madam and end your letter with Yours faithfully, followed by your full name and designation.

How do you end a letter to a stranger?

best regards.best.kind regards.cheers.(if a conversation is pending) I look forward to speaking with you.(if you are asking for something or the other person has done something nice for you) thanks very much.(if you have already thanked the person) thanks again.