- For Teachers
Could one describe a person's application for a job as convincing?
Here's the context:
At present, we are not looking for new employees. However, if our website appealed to you or you have heard good things about us, please send us an unsolicited application. If your application is convincing, we will invite you for a job interview.
I am also doubtful about "convincing" and would prefer to use "impressive," but I'm translating something and "convincing" is used in the original.
Please note I'm not a teacher nor a natie speaker;
what about remarkable or striking I think it would work or perhaps persuasive which is synonymous for convincing in that context.
----- Another non teacher's opinion -----
Being close to the original text I would say:
If your application is remarkable enough, we will invite ...
Or, not so tight to the original:
Be it remarkable enough we will/shall invite ...
Noteworthy applications may be granted an exception leading to an interview invitation.