Writing email subject of CV to apply job (subject should contain the job title)

Hello, can u answer me I want to send my cv to apply a job but there are several jobs that may be suitable for my specialization and I must write the job title in the subject so what should I do send for each job separately or send my cv one time and write all the job titles in one email subject? the jobs belong to the same company
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Asked Oct 07, 2015
Yes, you can mention your job title in the subject of the email, whenever you sending your CV to anyone or applying for a job. It is the best way to get their attention without annoying them. With this recruiter and anyone can easily get an idea about your profile by reading your subject. For example, if you are applying for a nursing job then you can mention job title in subject keep it short and simple.
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Answered Aug 30, 2017
You should mention that you are looking for a job in this line! The first mistake you can make when gunning for a new job is applying directly on the company’s career page, or sending your cold email to a generic address (unless you’ve already ruled out the possibility of direct contact). Your goal is to make an incredible first impression. Crossing your fingers and hoping that your email will end up in the inbox of the appropriate decision maker is hardly proactive.

You need to do some research. In particular, you need to determine who makes the decisions about hiring on this specific role. It’s ok if you take the best guess at this, or find someone who looks like they’re in a slightly senior role in the same department at the company. This person could be the head of a particular department, senior manager, or even someone who’s in a similar role and may be able to route your query to the right person.
Answered May 10, 2019

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