Your motivation letter is “part II” of your application. Your CV is a summary of the main facts, such as your educational background, skills and previous work experience. In your motivation letter you should show more of your personality an indicate why you are a good fit for the particular job position. Here we are sharing and example of Motivational letter.
Example of Motivation letter
I am writing to apply for a remote English, French, Spanish-Speaking Moderator position (or) a Remote Translator (or) a Remote account Manager position. I am a digital professional with 8 years of online marketing and communication experience.
In my former role I acted as the point of content between the company and its online users by working to answer questions solve problems provide assistance and resolve disputes members of the online community may have. I am adept at communication particularly written and am able to create messages that are easily understood and reach intended parties. My time management and multi-tasking skills are excellent allowing me to attend to various projects at once. Perhaps my greatest skill is at nurturing relationships and creating quality communication virtually.
I am proud of large network of users on various platforms that has grown in the time that I have been there. I would love to utilize my skills at building relationships to increase engagement.
I am quite sure you will find my credentials to be in order and will see that I can be a valuable member of your team. Please contact me soon to arrange an interview. I look forward to speaking with you and thank you for your consideration.