A well written letter of intent for employment can make or break the process of getting an interview. Your letter and resume are supposed to entice potential employers to want to get to know more about you. Make the right impression with a flawless letter of intent and you will be one of those who make it to the next step, the job interview.
Letters of Intent vary in length and amount of detail; however, the goal is to provide enough detail so the major concerns are defined but not so much detail that the document borders on a purchase sale agreement. The following information is found in a well_structured LOI: A. Date of the LOI. B. Names and Titles_This area should include the complete names of the buying, selling and brokerage companies and the individual signatories for each of these companies along with their corporate titles... President, Secretary, Partner, Managing Member... etc. C. Contact information for each of the companies and their representatives.