If you are a Technical Architect looking for a new role or have finished your education and want to be a Technical Architect then you always need to ensure you write a good covering letter to go with your CV.
When writing your covering letter, please remember to ensure that you detail the important parts of your education and work experience that are most relevant to that particular company and the job that they have available that you are applying for.
Technical architects are to plan and design IT systems for companies. If you have experience in IT and enjoy working as a part of a team then this role can be just right. You will need to have excellent technical IT skills, logical thinking and being able to see details.
Please see the below example which you can use when writing yours as a guide.
Technical Architect Cover Letter Example
Application for the role of Technical Architect
I would like to apply for the role of Technical Architect which I have seen advertised in (which publication and when).
I have recently finished my computer science qualification (studied at where and when and what degree outcome) and I am now looking for a role as a Technical Architect. During my studies, I have also done some work experience as a Technical Architect (where, which company) and part of this role involved me doing (what – be specific about what you learnt, why you now want to make that your career choice and what interests/excites you about this role).
I am an organised and thorough person who pays great attention to detail in my work. I have always been interested in IT and like to study and get involved in technical detail. I have some project management experience also and feel able to work on different projects at any one time.
I have enclosed my CV for your consideration but if you have any questions about my education and or experiences, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV and I look forward to hearing from you in due course.