Childcare workers look after and care for children when parents and other family members are away from home.
They care for children’s basic requirements, for example bathing and eating. Additionally, they help children get ready for kindergarten, and help toddlers with completing their homework.
If you want to be a child care worker, you will need a well-written resume and cover letter to apply for this job.
The following sample will help you build or update your cover letter for Childcare Worker Resume.
61 Alpha Street, London, ON S9G 9N1
(999) 999-9999, mary @ email . com
January 8, 2017
Mr. John Doe, Senior Manager HR
YWCA St. Thomas – Elgin
34 West Avenue
St.Thomas, ON C2X 2D7
Dear Mr. Doe:
I am contented to apply for the position of Child Care Worker at YWCA. Along with my Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid Certificate, and 11 months’ hands-on experience in child care field, I am confident in my ability to contribute to the success of YWCA.
Through my summer job as a child care provider, I have acquired skills and experiences highly relevant to the Child Care Worker position. I have a demonstrated ability to:
• Help children with eating, dressing and toileting
• Prepare and serve hygienic and nutritious meals, and snacks
• Maintain toys and keep the play area clean and orderly
• Tell stories, sing songs and prepare craft materials
• Maintain records of different activities of children
My enclosed resume contains more details of my specific child care skills.
As a passionate and reliable child care worker, I’d welcome the opportunity to meet with you to talk about how my education, experience and childcare expertise would be beneficial for YWCA. I will get in touch with you by phone next week to follow-up on my application.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Enc. Resume and Reference Letter