Hello, I liked your letter and wish you luck.
However, as I always strive for clarity, brevity and impact, I felt I could edit it accordingly. Feel free to ignore what I have written below, but I feel your CV (and you, during interview) ought to say a lot of what your letter was saying. It's worth remembering that people are busy, so just give them a strong, brief statement in this instance.
See what you think:
Re.: Junior CAD Engineer – jobsite.co.uk advertisement
Please find enclosed my CV in response to the above. I feel my experience with the 3D CAD software CATIA V5 makes me ideal for the role.
As you will see from my CV, I recently graduated from Birmingham City University with a BSc (Honours), majoring in Computer Aided Automotive Design. This course gave me the opportunity to learn and practise various methods of design, from hand-sketching basic concept ideas through to detailed 3D CAD modelling.
I believe quality must underpin everything we do as engineers, as should constantly thinking of different or better ways to do things and, subsequently, I have developed an assertive method of challenging convention.
My adaptability to different situations has led me to progress in my previous jobs and, as you will learn from my references, my work ethic and positive attitude have always impressed.
I am extremely excited about this opportunity and look forward to meeting you in the near future.
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