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When looking for Human Resources (HR) job opportunities, it is always helpful to address your cover letter and resume to a company's HR manager or director. Sending a cover letter or resume to a company's HR department without specifically addressing it to a particular person telegraphs that you have not bothered to take the time to learn about the company itself.

But how do you figure out who to address your letter and resume to when looking to apply for HR job openings? Read on to get some useful tips to figure out who the hiring manager is at the company you want to work with.

The first and easiest option is to simply call the company and ask for the hiring manager's name. If your call goes straight to an automated message system, keep pressing buttons until you get to a live person. Ask the receptionist or assistant on the phone very politely for the name and title of the person in the HR department in charge of accepting resumes and applications and they will likely give you the information you are looking for.

LinkedIn is a popular social networking site that focuses on business services and may prove useful in your search for HR job opportunities. LinkedIn has a search function that allows you to look up information by title or by company and could easily hand you the name you need.

Check the company's website for HR job vacancies. Most companies these days have a website with an employment page for people to view. Typically, companies also list their HR manager or director's contact information on this page. A company's corporate public relations page is also a great place to find the HR manager's information as there are likely press releases and information that also contains the manager's contact information.

Do a general online search. Websites such as Google or Yahoo have great search engines that will help you find just about anything related to an HR job search. Simply type in the company's name and the words ''human resources” in quotation marks. Your search may direct you to the company's main website, or you may find the HR manager's information if they have written or been quoted in an online article. Even if you find a lot of information you do not think is relevant, study up on the company itself. The more knowledgeable you are about the company when you come in for an HR job interview, the better you look.
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