Minor changes, and one query.I am answering a recruiter and I would like to ask you a proofreading of my answer before to send out it.
Thank you for your application for the position of IT Business Analyst, however as discussed this position has now been filled.
The same client has vacancies for an Operations Business Analyst (Salary €55-60K) and an Operations Business Analyst Manager (€70-80K).
They are both full time permanent position with our Client who is based in Manchester. I have attached both job specifications for your information. Please read through both of these and let me know if you would be interested in applying for either of these positions. I must mention that the client does not like to receive multiple applications from the same candidate so please bear this in mind when looking at the job specifications and apply for the one you feel is most suited to your skill set.
Thank you for your e-mail.
I saw both job descriptions and I found the opportunities really enticing. Even though I have all the skills and experience for applying to to apply for the Manager one position, I would like to be considered for this opportunity without exceptions I am not quite clear what you intend by this. Can you expand?. So I would prefer to apply for the Operational Business Analyst position where I am sure I might be the right candidate for your client.
I attached attach a new CV where I have highlighted my relevant experience in Business Analysis.
I can confirm that I am able to relocate easily and quickly, and am available for travelling.
I look forward to hearing from you very soon.
What do you reckon?
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