Firstly thank them for their time in reading your cover letter.
Reiterate that you want a position with them (that you are truly interested in the job.) Then briefly mention that you are available at their convenience to discuss any matters like availability.
Then state that you are looking forward to their call or contact that is most convenient to them...(given whatever contact information you have on your resume).
"Thank you in advance for considering my application.
Another area where many applicants mess thing up is in the area of creating a very readable cover letter. Font styles that are most commonly used for cover letters are: Arial, Courier New, Verdana, and Times New Roman.
What this entails is choosing a font size that is easy to read. Your experience and aptitudes should tie itself to your suitability for the position.You might also make mention of your desire to have a long-term relationship with the company as Japanese companies highly regard loyalty to the company.Unlike a resume a cover letter or CV (shokumu keirekisho) does not have a standardized format.On that note, I would like the opportunity to be interviewed in order to discuss my qualifications in detail.I can call or e-mail at any time that is convenient to your schedule.Of course it depends upon the school and its curriculum and requirements in addition to the age of the student but nonetheless there are character attributes in addition to actual activities that what you did up until now that apply to the position.So what are some of these character attributes that you need to apply in your cover letter if you don't have ESL experience?A cover letter for an ESL teacher can be a tricky thing to write especially for those who don't have much or any teaching experience.We often get e-mails from recent graduates who want to find a teaching job in Japan but don't have any concrete teaching experience.I can be reached at 090- 9165-4444 and will be delighted to provide you with any additional information.Thank you for your time and consideration for this position. Resume When you wrap up your cover letter it should have the following.