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The document titled 'Job Application - Employer to Candidate' is a letter written by an employer to a candidate who has applied for a job position. The purpose of this document is to inform the candidate that the position they have applied for is not available at the moment, but there may be another role that is suitable for them. The letter starts with a greeting to the candidate, followed by a brief explanation of the situation. The employer expresses gratitude for the candidate's application and reviews their resume. The employer then mentions that they have reviewed their staffing needs and have decided to create a new position instead of the originally advertised position. The requirements for the new position are briefly described. The employer invites the candidate to express their interest in the new/revised position by contacting them and arranging an interview. The letter ends with a closing and the signature of the person sending the letter, including their job title and the company they work for.
1. Review the candidate's application: Read through the candidate's application to understand their qualifications and experience.
2. Inform the candidate about the unavailability of the applied position: Clearly state that the position the candidate applied for is not available at the moment.
3. Mention the possibility of another suitable role: Inform the candidate that there may be another role that is suitable for them.
4. Describe the new position: Provide a brief description of the requirements and responsibilities of the new position.
5. Invite the candidate for an interview: Provide contact information and ask the candidate to contact you to arrange an interview.
6. Close the letter: End the letter with a closing and the signature of the person sending the letter, including their job title and the company they work for.