Network engineers work in almost all environments that use technology to run their businesses. They are important because they are responsible for smooth flow of data and information . They lay down and maintain networks over which information and data is shared and exchanged in order to speed up all business processes.
Network engineers need to possess a degree in computer sciences with a major in networks to be able to do justice to this position.
The following is a cover letter sample that you can base your own on when applying for a position as a network engineer.
563 Alden Road
Siren, WI 88333
November 29, 2015
Mr. Kevin Mathews
Manager Human Resources
3200 Douglas Avenue
Siren, WI 89333
Dear Mr. Mathews:
I have been a technology savvy individual from a very young age and it is no wonder that I decided to take up a career in computer sciences when I started college. Since then, it has been a non-stop struggle to learn the ins and outs of technology and I discovered a great interest in networks which is why I majored in networking. I am now interested in putting my knowledge and expertise to use in an environment where my skills could be fully utilized, and this is the reason, I am applying for a Network Engineer position at Creative Solutions.
I am presently working at Appleton Solutions and find myself saturated as far as information dissemination is concerned. I have been especially trained in installing, configuring and maintaining complex networks and I am analytic enough to be able to troubleshoot most network problems. I have a good grasp of LAN, WAN and MAN technologies and have worked with GAN to some extent as well. Additionally, I am well conversant with determining network requirements and designing solutions that best suit a customer.
I have so much more to tell you about myself which I cannot possibly put on paper which is why I feel a meeting is in order. I would like to meet you personally for which I would appreciate a time convenient for you. I can be contacted at (008) 888-8888.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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