Now on to the cover letter. Should you send one, or not? Our recruitment team agree sending a cover letter is almost always the best decision, even if the job application doesn’t ask for one. Plus, if they don’t need a cover letter, sending one will demonstrate you’re a motivated candidate. So ultimately, you can’t go wrong!
When you complete your application online, you will also need to upload your curriculum vitae (CV). A good CV is accurate and up to date, and gives our recruiters an insight into you, your interests, qualifications and professional interests.
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