Please find attached to this email a copy of my CV that details my past experience. I will follow up with you during the week to confirm that you have received this email. I look forward to Please find attached my resume While many jobseekers still rely on this old grammatical construction, it sounds foreign to modern ears.
Please find attached: my resume Jun 23, 2011" Attached please find my resume" is exactly right. I'm not familiar with the term" letter of motivation"but if it is a message explaining what interests you about that particular job, then I think your email would be that message.
Is" Please find attached my resume" grammatically correct? It is, in fact, correct and there are some other ways to put it: I have included my resume for your review Mechanic Located in United Arab Emirates: Dear Sir, Please find attached my CV for the position of a Mechanical Technician.
I have an experience of 6 years out of which 4 years in the oil, CV information posted at Gulf Oil& Gas career center Which is correct: please find the attached file or please find attached the file? Which is correct: please find the attached file or please find the information? How do I say the following sentence: please find attached herewith my resume?