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12 Some Avenue, Apt 555
Cumberland, MD 77762
February 10, 2016
Mr. Tom Spruce
6 Garnett Road
Cumberland, MD 62553
Dear Mr. Spruce:
My diverse administrative skills and experiences coupled with my natural ability to manage and oversee daily office tasks make me a perfect candidate for the position of Administrative Clerk at Amway Cuts. As a highly skilled individual with a diploma in General Office Administration, I am able to leverage my abilities to contribute to your organization.
As noted on my resume, I am adept at performing a variety of clerical duties such as record keeping, accounting, budget management and reporting. I have a demonstrated ability to gather and arrange data for a number of reports, mail and documentation. In addition, I am able to update and uphold records by using computers and manual systems.
During my work with Dane Foods, I developed expertise in managing guests and employees, ensuring reception area’s efficiency, distributing incoming mail, monitoring supply and inventory and coordinating with the HR department with hiring procedures. I have had the opportunity to devise cost strategies that cut administrative costs by 33% in a very short period of time.
My enclosed resume will provide you with more information regarding my administrative skills and capabilities. I will call you within a couple of days to setup an interview date. I will be available at 888-999-9999, if you need more information.
Thank you for your time and consideration.