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Introducing Another Person





Guidelines : Introducing Another Person

Résumé Transmittals: Introducing Another Person

Guidelines and Alternate Phrases

  • Mention the enclosed résumé, giving the prospective employee’s name and interest in a position.
  • Leave the reader a graceful way to ignore the request if there is no interest in the individual.
  • If you think the benefit might be mutual, you might want to give Joan a call.
  • If you have any interest here, I suggest you follow up.
  • If you can pass the information on to the proper person, I think Joan would like to talk with you further.
  • What do you think? Might he be what you need for your new marketing strategy?
  • Express appreciation for any assistance the reader may be able to give, if you are making the request as a personal favor.
  • Thanks for the favor.
  • Thanks for any help you may be in a position to provide.
  • I’ll appreciate whatever you can do to see John gets to talk to someone there.
  • Thank you for passing this information on to the manager of that department. I hope things work out for both John and your organization.
  • I have no personal interest in your hiring this consultant, but I did think he sounded like a “good fit” for your needs.

Example 1: Introduction letter for another person

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Reza:

Henry Sloane is a recent graduate of the University of Texas and is anxious to join a progressive organization where he can have an excellent future in sales. Naturally, I thought of Toasten Foods.

So, would you please forward the enclosed résumé to the appropriate person in your organization? I think he’ll be the kind of high-caliber employee any manager would grab. I’ll appreciate whatever you can do to get him an interview with the appropriate person.

Sincerely,

Example 2: Introductory letter for another person

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Rita:

At our last meeting you mentioned you had lost your CFO to a competitor. A friend of mine–whose judgment I trust–has sent me the attached résumé of Mike Burns, with a strong recommendation on his competence and effectiveness. Until recently, Burns was vice president of finance at Perryton; he is currently comptroller of its parent company, RWW.

I am told he might be interested in relocating. Perhaps one of your people or your search firm might want to talk with him.

I was pleased you were able to attend the retirement luncheon–I wish we could have visited longer. My best personal regards.

Cordially,

Example 3: Cover letter for introduce another person

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Mr. Kennton:

I have just reviewed the kind of résumé I hate to put aside without taking some action: Mark Abbott has eight years’ experience in direct-mail marketing and quite a list of sales feats to his credit. However, we have recently decided to stop all our direct-mail efforts, and have no place to use his expertise. The thought struck me that you perhaps could use such a person.

Rest assured I do not expect you to contact him; I just didn’t want to pass his résumé without calling someone’s attention to his potential.

Mr. Abbott’s résumé is enclosed, should you have any interest in contacting him.

My best regards,

     

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