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I can be reached anytime via my cell phone, 555-555-5555. I look forward to speaking with you about this employment opportunity.Sincerely, If you're sending your cover letter via email, list your name and the job title in the subject line of the email message.In your cover letter, make it clear that you’re familiar with the organization and enthused for the opportunity to be a part of it.Be sure to thoroughly research the company before writing your cover letter, so you can convince the employer that you understand the company and demonstrate why you want to be a part of it.William Applicant123 Main Street Anytown, CA [email protected] 1, 2018Michael Lee Director XYZ Company 123 Business Rd. Lee: This letter is to express my special interest in discussing the Senior Customer Service Manager position posted on the XYZ Company web site.The opportunity presented in this listing is very appealing, and I believe that my experience and education will make me a competitive candidate for this role.A well-written and strong cover letter will convince the reader that your work experience is a strength rather than a weakness.Before you start writing, though, be sure you're clear on your goals for transitioning careers, and that you're positioned for a successful career change job search.
Analyze the job description for the position you’re applying to, and look at the skills that the position calls for. Highlight Your Superior Performance in Previous Positions Other applicants may have the relevant experience, but if it is a mediocre experience that cannot be backed up by strong references or tangible achievements, you may actually be a more desirable candidate for the job than they are.
In your letter, do your best to explain how you succeeded in previous roles, and connect that to a summary of how you would also add value in this new position.
Make sure your references will corroborate your statements. Express Your Passion for the Company Include your passion for the company.
This is another way to stand out from qualified candidates.
Employers may be more interested in someone who is especially excited about their organization and the job opportunity than they are in someone who just wants a job and doesn’t care about much beyond that.