Application For Employment As A Cook – Complete Guide

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Written By Kofi Sammy






Getting employed as a cook could be one of the easiest in all job applications. Yet a lot of people get rejected whenever they apply. What could be the reason? Sometimes landing a job of whatever kind goes beyond how good you are at it because employers will not at the time of employing see how good you are unless through your application letter.

Writing a proper application letter is the trick others are using over you to land themselves jobs you have been dying to get.

Therefore how are we supposed to write an application letter worthy to secure a job? In this article, we will be showing how to write a good application for employment as a cook 

Important things to consider when writing an application letter for a cook

  1. Your Age
  2. Your Skill
  3. Work Experience
  4. Phone
  5. Email if you have any
  6. CV

NB: Make sure you don’t include any lies. Try to be honest. Try to add any other information you think is relevant and could help you stand out over the others.


Application For Employment As A Cook – Complete Guide

                                                                                                         [Your Address]

[Employers Address]

Dear Sir/Madam

                            APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AS A COOK

I am very much happy writing this letter for a job application as a cook at your noble institution. I have been cooking for companies for quite a long time now therefore it makes me see myself as one worthy and capable of doing this job at its best.

Cooking is my own personal gift God gave me so you guess how good I will be at it. I am at my maximum concentration when I am at work. My level of dedication to my work makes me always prepared to meet any challenge that may arise from my department and render the best possible solution. I am always ready to respond to emergencies when I am either on or off duty and to deliver at my maximum to help sustain whatever the call may be.

I am hardworking, punctual and always open to corrections, and also ready to learn new things. I am good at multi-tasking and can work just as better as working on one thing. In fact, I love to be engaged in many things at a go. I am a good team player and do well to see the whole team win.

I look forward to hearing from you soon as sorting is made and wait to work with you when I am handed over my letter of appointment. Thank you.
Yours faithfully

[Your name]
[Your number]

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