Hence, it is always a good practice to organize the job applications data (let's say in an Excel sheet) with necessary details like;
- Position Title
- Employer Name
- Channel Advertised
- Application Sent Date
- Application Closing Date
- Name of the Hiring Manager
- Web URL of the Job Application
- Follow up Done (Y/N) and the Date
- Final Status / Decision on the Job Application
Perhaps this practice is quite boring and of no use to many, but it does help in furthering your job action plans. Below is a follow up email template that I have designed for job seekers. The template is free to use and any edits can be made as per applicants' requirements.
Dear Mr. Raxtel,I have recently submitted a job application for “[position title]” position which was advertised on [name of the channel]. I fulfill the job requirements very reasonably and would like to inquire if my job application for [position name] is still under consideration. I would be glad to resend my resume with further necessary application documents as required.Presently I am based in [City/State, Country] until [Date] and can be reached directly at +971-xx-xxx-xxxx or firstname.lastname@example.orgI look forward to receiving an update at your best available time and would like to thank you again for your kind consideration.Best regards,[Your Full Name]
#Disclaimer! This template do not guarantee any employment.