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Sample cover letter for Internship position at Credit Suisse

POSITION:

IT Analyst

Name

2/56 Ralston Drive
Silicon Grove NSW 2000
M: 0000 000 000
xyz@email.com


[Date]

To Whom It May Concern

Re: Analyst/Programmer position

I am writing to apply for the Analyst/Programmer position, as advertised on the Silicon Grove website.

I am an enthusiastic and high-achieving Master of Computer Science student who has completed a Bachelor of Computer Science. I have exceptional technical and analytical skills, with experience in software development, data analysis, database management, information system support, security, network and server support, business analysis, enterprise application integration, program configuration, testing and evaluation, which I have gained in various analyst/programmer roles.

My skills also encompass ICT project support and strategy, ICT procurement and contract management, client liaison and relationship management – skills which I developed during my time at Cybersphere. These experiences were invaluable in allowing me to develop and apply my skills in a professional context.

I am eager to pursue a successful career in IT, and the Silicon Grove position is perfectly aligned with my skills and interests. I hope to find challenging and fulfilling work that will allow me to further my expertise while working within a team and growing with the organisation.

You will find me to be a positive, motivated, and hard-working person who is keen to learn and contribute. My technical skills are combined with excellent communication skills that allow me to work effectively and positively and get along well with others.

I believe that I have the right skills and experience to be a great fit for this position. My resume is attached and I look forward to being able to discuss the position with you further.


Kind regards


XYZ



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