Aug 14, 2008 Best Answer: I have attached my resume for you to review, Please feel free to call me should you have any questions. Sincerely, aljflal How can the answer be improved? Mar 30, 2018 Please find, attached, my resume; and thank you for your time today. " Attached, please find my resume, " or" Please find my resume attached, " are more straightforward ways of phrasing the same words.
Please find attached my resume. While many jobseekers still rely on this old grammatical construction, it sounds foreign to modern ears. Please find attached: my resume. This alternate construction tries to get around the formality of the first choice by adding a colon to the mix. Please find attached is wordy jargon at its worst. Its also a bit redundant to say that something is attached and then direct the recipient to please find it.
Its also a bit redundant to say that something is attached and then direct the recipient to please find it. Refer to the attached CV Always include a sentence saying your CV is attached: 'Please find attached to this email a copy of my CV that details my past experience. ' 4. Please find attached a copy of my CV which expands on my experience and achievements.
I would welcome the opportunity to discuss further the possibility of working for you in this position. I am available to do It sounds fine to me, although I'd probably just say" please see my resume.
" What sounds awkward in your example sentence is the repetition of" resume