If you are looking to apply for a role as a Network Engineer then you will have a good background in IT and have excellent networking skills. You will be responsible for ensuring that the business you work for or clients that are associated with the company providing a service can ensure that their networks are working at all times.
As a Network engineer, you will be working with LAN’s, WAN’s, MAN’s and GAN’s. You will be responsible for installing new software and hardware, finding and fixing network faults, setting up new users etc.
If you have found a role for which you want to apply for, please see the below covering letter which you can use as an example.
Network Engineer Cover Letter Example
222 Every Road, Any Town, AA1 1BB
Mrs Jane Smith
Application for the role of Network Engineer
I would like to apply for the role of Network Engineer that I have seen advertised in (which publication, when and any job reference).
I have been working in IT since (when – background, what have you been doing, when and how did you get to want to be a network engineer?)
I have got experience in providing support to users, finding and fixing any network faults, setting new users up and carrying out day to day network monitoring and administration.
I have excellent communication skills and have had a lot of experience in working with clients on a daily basis. I feel that I can explain technical information carefully to non technical users. I have also provided training for clients on how their systems work and how they should be operated etc.
I have a very logical and technical mind; I have excellent time management skills and an ability to prioritise the most important tasks. I am very organised and can multi task and project manage new systems.
I have enclosed my CV for your consideration, should you be interested in my skills please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV.
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