I’ve read a lot of cover letters throughout my career.
When I was a fellowship program manager, I reviewed them in consideration for more than 60 open positions each year.
I welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss the value that I can bring to your organization.
Warmest regards, Catelyn Stark Dear Hiring Manager: It is with great enthusiasm that I submit my application for the position of Sales Coordinator for the Westeros Castle Project.
This will only increase your chances of securing that coveted interview.
Follow these basic guidelines and get inspired by the following Cover Letter Examples to grab the hiring manager's attention and give yourself a better chance of landing an interview.I had sworn off sharing more examples of real-life resumes and cover letters for a while because when I’ve done it in the past, I’ve found it supremely frustrating that people want to tear them apart and quibble with details.But a reader just sent me a cover letter that I can’t resist posting, especially because it comes with a “before” version and the “after” version she created after reading the cover letter advice here. I present it here with these caveats, borne of experience with previous samples: Here’s the before version. Like those other 95%, it basically says, “I know I need a cover letter, so here are some paragraphs of blah.” You can imagine multiple candidates for this position submitting this letter; there’s nothing especially personalized about it.The hiring manager does not have time to sit down and read a memoir, they may only have a few short minutes to review your application in its entirety.When you are a recent graduate applying for an internship or early in your career, your cover letter should contain appropriate scenarios that demonstrate your ability to perform the responsibilities listed in the job description.I’ll give you step-by-step help through every stage of your job search, explaining at each step what a hiring manager is thinking and what they want to see from you. No matter what stage you are at in your career, a cover letter is an important document to demonstrate your experience and fit for the position you are applying.It's a way to explain specific scenarios and call out essential skills that aren't already covered in your resume.When crafting the content for your cover letter, it's critical that you keep it concise, even leveraging bullet points to point out key messages.As an administrative professional with over ten years’ experience, I know my diverse skills and qualifications will make me an asset to the Westeros project team.As you will see from the attached resume, I’ve built my career in a variety of roles and industries, mostly in small companies where I was not just the admin but also gatekeeper, technology whiz, bookkeeper and marketing guru.