Customize your cover letter for each application to reflect your enthusiasm and fit for the role. Even something as simple as the font used can help make your documents stand out in your application. Bring up what recent news or what you may have learned that makes you interested in working at their company. Think of questions that a recruiter may ask you about the company and have some answers ready. Next, you should discuss why you think your skill set for the role will help them meet goals or objectives you discover on their website. In your answers, use the STAR method to structure your responses, showcasing your skills in a results-driven manner. Try to ask specific interview questions to the recruiter or hiring manager, not only about the organization but the interviewer as well. Here's another tip: during your exchange, maintain positive body language and eye contact to engage effectively with the interviewer.
Point out that you may have noticed during their tenure at the company they have had several promotions. Ask what they have done to be so successful. Ask questions that show you are thinking about joining their company, such as “what would be expected of me in the first 30-60-90 days?” Additionally, inquire about what others have done to be successful employees and to grow their careers at the company over time. Remember no matter how many interviews you have had prior, it is important to ask questions. Asking about the job description in detail demonstrates your thorough preparation. It can be insulting to them to imply that they would not have important information.
Even if you mention that you have asked everyone so far what they love about the company, add that you would like to hear from them as well. Mention to your hiring manager or recruiter how your work experience and hard skills make you an ideal applicant for the position, or underline skills that may have been touched on in your application. Finally, make sure you ask what the next step might be in the application / hiring process. Express your willingness to participate in further interviews or phone interviews if needed.