Floor Tech Job Overview

Floor techs are required to keep the floors cleaned and sanitized at all times. They usually work in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Working as a floor tech may sound like easy work but it does require lots of expertise.

Your cover letter for a Floor Tech Resume should be original (written in your own words). The tone of the letter must be professional, positive, passionate and personal.

The words and statements you write say ample about you and might serve as a crucial factor in whether or not your resume will be read and you will be shortlisted for an interview.

Floor Tech Cover Letter Sample


625 Tow Path Lane
Concord, NH 66254

January 5, 2014

Mr. Greg Smith
New Hampshire Hospital
735 Victoria Street
Concord, NH 55242


Dear Mr. Smith:

Your advertisement for a Floor Tech position at New Hampshire Hospital grabbed my attention because your job description is parallel to my career profile. As a hard-working and motivated individual with two years of hands-on experience in cleaning and sanitizing the healthcare environment, I am confident that I am the just right candidate for this position.

I am a strong candidate for this job because I have a profound ability to use relevant equipment needed to clean vinyl composite / ceramic tile, carpet, linoleum, concrete, and wooden floors. Additionally, I am comfortable with floor polishing and scrubbing procedures. Besides, I have a deep knowledge of the chemicals that are needed for each type of surface.

Furthermore, I possess both knowledge and training of applying safety measures while cleaning and to ensure that sanitizing procedures are carried out following the same protocols.

I’m passionate to exceed your expectations and would like to meet with you in person to discuss this Floor Tech position and my relevant skills in detail. I’ll call you by the end of this week to set a meeting and will be available at (700) 701-7027 if you need to contact me. Thank you for considering my application for the position as a of Floor Tech at New Hampshire Hospital.


Sincerely yours,

Harrison Lord

Enc. Resume