Student or Learner
In response to your advertisement on the newspaper for the position of IT related field, I would like to express my interest in applying for that position.
In addition to Bachelorís Degree of Computer Science and Engineering at Royal University of Phnom Penh, I am also doing a Bachelor's Degree of Education at Institute of Foreign Languages. Throughout my academic years, I have been punctual, attentive, dedicated, consistent and outstanding in my academic performance. In combination, those two degrees make me a knowledgeable and qualified candidate.
In respect of my experience, during my computer academic year, I have gained good knowledge of Window Operating System including network administration and RH Linux System. In addition to this knowledge, I also have gained the skills and experience in Database Programming, Management Information System, Software Developing and Web Design working with programming languages. Moreover, I have been teaching Computer for many years, gaining credentials from my students and employers as a competent teacher. And I also used to work as a Computer Repairer for a few years and as well as a Network Administrator working with handling the case of Virus, Malware and Spyware in a networking environment (LAN/WAN). Due to my extensive experience in repairing, I have fixed the problems of Hardware, Software and Network System gracefully.
In addition, I am a dedicated and dynamic person who likes to work in a collaborative team environment and wishes to learn new things and update my knowledge and skills. I also have good interpersonal and communicational skills.
I have enclosed my curriculum vitae with copies of my previous testimonials and certificates, which further substantiates my qualifications, education and experience.
I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss my qualifications with you at a mutually convenient time. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank for your consideration.
It looks pretty good.
Why the angry face?
It is unlikely to convince people to read your words too attentatively.