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    I want to apply for two separate part-time jobs, both within the same company - one as a researcher, one as a writer.

    To apply I have to send a cover letter and CV. Should I send to separate applications (bearing in mind that they ask you to include your answer to the same question in your cover letter for both applications) or just send one, explaining in the CV that I wish to apply for both positions?
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    two seperate would be the best option and if you can send them at different times lol i hate it when i get two applications at once!
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    I'd send two if it was me, as it will probably lead to less confusion.
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    send off two but not together... like a week apart

    good luck
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    Thanks for the quick replies guys... the closing date isn't until December so I've got loads of time to send two off seperately - I think I'll do that
 
 
 
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