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Computer Scientist Cover Letter Sample

A computer scientist cover letter sample is provided here to show how a job applicant can apply for a position in computer science in a variety of business and technology firms. Computer scientist cover letters should indicate the job seekers' knowledge and experience in this field and be specific about his or her ability to do the complex work required.

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Fred Parsons
9786 Bobbitt Avenue
Any Village, USA 33333
888-888-8888
[email protected]~coverletter.com

November 3, 20--

Mr. Sidney Middleton,
Hiring Manager
Any Town Technology, Inc.
900 Center Street
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Middleton:

Your recent post on CareerJimmy.com states that you are looking for two computer scientists to employ at your expanding company. I would like to meet with you to discuss the job requirements, as I have worked as a computer scientist for the last four years while employed by Ryder and Associates in Any Village.

My enclosed resume has detailed information about my previous experience directing computer programmers and performing high-level program design.

Are you available to meet in person to discuss this position and to answer any questions we may have of each other? If you are, please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 so we can arrange an interview time that suits you. I appreciate your reading my cover letter and resume. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Fred Parsons