Solicited Application Letter
A Solicited application letter is written by a head hunter organization or a company itself that wishes to invite the recipient to consider employment. The company is soliciting the recipient to consider employment with itself or to another company if it is a headhunting organization. The letter should be formal, polite, precise and enticing for the recipient to consider the option. Through the medium of the letter, you can come in direct contact with the most suitable client.
Through this letter, you are trying to find the right candidate for a position at your company. The letter should thus be appealing to the recipient. You can give the details of the job being offered and the perks associated with it. You can also mention a date before which the recipient has to give their reply. At the end of the letter, do thank the recipient for their time and owns them the best. You can also mention that you look forward to seeing them soon.
Roberta J. Richardson
Manpower Resources Consultants
1316 Warner Street
Miami, FL 33179
283 Orphan Road
Buffalo, NY 14204
RE: Employment Opportunity
Your contact was passed on to Manpower Resources Consultants by Mr. Henry White, a former colleague of yours.
We at Manpower Resources Consultants thought you might be interested in considering the post of Senior Manager at an international retail company right here in Miami. The post is an upper management level position with a lot of fringe benefits such as a 5-figure monthly salary, 25 days of annual leave and a company car with free petrol, parking, and annual maintenance.
The post requires the right candidate to be responsible for the continual growth of its clientele base with more international connections. Manpower Resources Consultants believe you may be suitable for this position.
We invite you to come in for an interview to confirm your suitability. We request you to come with your resume which has details of your past work experiences and skills. If both of us are satisfied with what we have to offer, we will give you the details of the company and your position.
Thank you for your time and patience. We look forward to seeing you in our team soon.
Roberta J. Richardson