An employer always looks at a Nursing Unit Assistant cover letter before a resume and the absence of one can deem your job application incomplete.
However, if you do send a cover letter and it is not well written, the nearest bin will be its destination.
On the other hand, if the cover letter for Nursing Unit Assistant Resume is easy to read and persuasive your resume is a winner – for sure!.
12 A Parker Avenue
West Haven, CT 625552
October 8, 2015
Ms. Jill Brandon
Family Health Hospital
223 Wilson Q Street
West Haven, CT 22219
Dear Ms. Brandon:
I was contended to see your job advertisement for the position of Nursing Unit Assistant at the Family Health Hospital.
My experience as a Nursing Unit Assistant at Green Care has provided me with enough skills to be able to carry out the duties that this job demands perfectly. My ability to manage delegated aspects of direct patient care to patients such as transporting specimens to the lab, distributing dietary trays, feeding patients and assisting unit clerks in storing supplies and maintaining work areas makes me quite suitable for this job. Additionally, I am experienced in caring for the personal needs of patients and providing post operation care.
Furthermore, I have successfully completed relevant trainings such as CPR, First Aid and infection control programs that are sure to benefit any health facility that I work in. My resume has details on how I can further contribute to the hospital with my skills and acquired experience.
I look forward to meeting with you in person and discussing the possibility of my joining at this position. I’ll contact your facility next well to follow-up on my job application. If you require any supplementary information in the interim, I may be reached at (999) 999-0000.
Thank you for your time and consideration.