The major role of the position of Accounts Receivable Clerk is to keep up to date with invoices, purchases and cash transactions inside the organization. S/he is accountable for managing records and fiscal obligations for hotels, hospitals, clubs, private organizations or government corporations. S/he is also in charge for exactly detailing financial transactions and preparing reports for higher management.
In order to get a job of accounts receivable clerk, you need a powerful cover letter to complement your job application and resume.
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3rd Carmen Street • Los Angeles, LA 12333 • (005) 222-9999 • paul @ email . com
May 26, 2015
Mr. Garry Smith
Revenue FIR Inc.
19th Swoop Lane
Los Angeles, LA 12333
Dear Mr. Smith:
I am highly interested in becoming a part of your firm in capacity of an accounts receivable clerk. Expertise in accounting, formation of bank statements, working with Accounting software like CRM and generating and keeping track of invoices are some of my core competencies.
I offer skills specifically in the following areas:
● Balancing and maintaining inter-company accounts and ledgers
● Developing automated spreadsheets
● Keeping record of invoices
● Generating accurate and timely account reports
● Maintaining client confidentiality as per company’s policy
Furthermore, I can resolve billing issues and am well-versed in providing information to clients regarding their accounts. My communication and interpersonal skills has always been a plus as clients are generally happy with the way I deal with their queries.
I am sure that your organization will greatly benefit from my accounting and clerical acumen. With this letter, I have attached my detailed resume which further highlights my qualifications and abilities. If you have any queries regarding my qualifications, please feel free to contact me anytime at (005) 222-9999. I look forward to interviewing with you at your earliest convenience.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
81 Green Lane
Rapid City, SD 22233
daniel @ email .com
May 26, 2015
Mr. John White
883 S 54th Avenue
Rapid City, SD 88282
Dear Mr. White:
Your job description for an accounts receivable clerk closely complements my qualifications, skills and work experience. As a hardworking and proactive individual, I am confident that I am the perfect contender for this job and would like to offer my services as such.
My excellent organizational skills along with my ability to meet deadlines will be a great asset to your organization. I possess a demonstrated ability to determine best practice procedures for accounts receivables such as; organizing invoices, releasing delinquent notices, managing outstanding accounts, keeping a monthly ledger of account activity and ensuring that all unpaid invoices are managed appropriately. As an organized thinker with a keen sense of self direction, I have contributed through my expertise to improve existing and ongoing accounting processes in my present place of work.
The enclosed resume will provide you with details of my qualifications and related skills that will help me performing the job flawlessly. I will call you next week to set up a meeting time so that we can discuss this further. In addition, I’ll be available on my email address at daniel @ email .com or via phone at (777) 666.9282 if you wish to speak to me.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting with you soon.