Your goal, when writing a cover letter for a child care position, must be to convince the employer that you are well qualified for the job. To do this successfully, you should know about the employer’s criteria and standards. It is recommended to read the employer issued job descriptions at least three times before starting to write the letter. The employer’s preferences should be kept in mind while writing.
Objective cover letter formats are very common these days since they are more clear and time saving. Such letters also consist of three paragraphs like regular cover letters, but the main body or middle paragraph is formatted objectively, i.e. in form of a table or using bullet points.
55 Tree Lane
Atlanta, GA 37554
nicole @ email . com
March 2, 2015
Ms. Susan Hunt
88 Metro Region
Atlanta, GA 37554
Dear Ms. Hunt:
I am writing this letter in response to your advertisement for the position of childcare worker cited at indeed. Being a energetic candidate working actively in the field for the last five years, I believe my profile is a perfect fit for the vacant position at YMCA.
Following is a brief snapshot of my qualifications:
✔ Demonstrated ability to conceive and organize fun filled learning activities for kids of various ages
✔ A profound sense of responsibility with exceptional analytical skills, CPR and First aid trained, in possession of a valid driver’s license
✔ Track record of handling and settling down children with behavioral disruptions, proficient in nurturing shy children tactfully with guaranteed boosting of self confidence
✔ Possess child psychology diploma, fully knowledgeable regarding children’s age specific physical, cognitive and psychosocial developmental milestones
Owing to this strong match between my career profile and your requirements, I’d like to meet with you to discuss this in detail. I will call your office by end of this week to pursue my application. If you have any queries in the meantime, please contact me at (003) 555-6666.
712 Windy Willows | Milford, MA 45002 | (005) 777-2222 | stacey @ email . com
March 2, 2015
Ms. Gina Fairley
Drop-In Day Care
34 Rosy Lane
Milford, MA 45002
Dear Ms. Fairley:
My 4+ years’ hands-on experience in child care field coupled with extensive knowledge regarding developmental needs of children seem to be an awesome match to the child care worker position at Drop-In Day Care.
My relevant attributes include:
• Skilled in providing basic care to children and developing independence in their personalities
• Competent at ensuring adequate intake of nutrition in children, able to prepare healthy, appetizing and nourishing meals
• Well versed in administrative functions associated with child care including sorting play material, securing and laminating flash cards and updating the bulletin board
• Special talent for generating monthly progress reports of children and communicating effectively with their parents regarding progress
• Adept at implementation of developmentally appropriate activity program
• Expert in maintaining a neat, clean and learning facilitative environment for children at all times
I deliver best when I have full knowledge of employer’s expectations of me. May I suggest an interview with you? I shall call you within a week to answer any queries you may have regarding my expertise and at that time I also intend to implore a suitable date and time for a meeting. Any questions from your side are welcome on (006) 333-4444.