Dear Ms xxx xxx
Application for the position of xxx Marketing Assistant
I was interested to see your advertisement for the position of xxx Marketing Assistant on the homepage of the xxx-Schule.
I finished my education as a foreign language correspondence clerk on this year’s July.
During this period of time I gained a good command of English especially in the area of correspondence. Furthermore, I could improve my already good IT user skills (MS-Office applications).
I am interested in the work of a xxx Marketing Assistant because I would have the opportunity to realise my organisational expertise and develop it. I am also interested in marketing and promotional activities. I proved to be flexible, reliable and a team player who is able to work under pressure during my previous sideline jobs.
I am hoping to apply my expertise and to demonstrate my dedication to your company. I would be satisfied with the invitation for an interview at which I could introduce myself.
Alright, thank you very much!
Is the term "sideline job" okay?
I didn't indicate my email address and telephone number in the text because I have indicated it in my Letterhead. Is that okay?
"sideline job" - it's not a term that would make much sense. You can have something as a sideline. Were these "sideline jobs" temporary jobs you did while a student? If they are the ones on your cv, then they are simply previous jobs.
As to address and tel. no., no - you don't have to repeat them. Say instead "can be contacted at the above address or telephone number".