A letter of interest for Clerical Position is somewhat tricky to write – as it is slightlydifferent from a standard clerical cover letter that a candidate uses with a resume.
Most letters of interest are written when a candidate is applying for a job that he or she has discovered from an informal source, or when sending the application to find out if there might be an available position in a specific organization.
Look at the following example to get a better idea.
554 Portland Place
Boulder, CO 77474
liam.nelson @ email . com
June 17, 2015
Mr. Daemon Moss, HR Manager
722 Chapel Hills Drive
Boulder, CO 99992
Dear Mr. Moss:
I graduated from the Westwood Technical College with an associate degree in office management, and have been working as a temporary clerical assistant at MBS Co. since Mar 2015. The knowledge gained through my education and hands-on experience has prepared me well to work in an environment that would utilize my clerical skills with a higher level of responsibility.
Specifically, I am well-versed in managing inventory, filling retrieval requests, and handling records and payroll functions. In addition, I possess a great capability of using standard databases and MS Office applications to their maximum. Moreover, my real life experiences have provided me with an ample opportunity to gain strong communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work as a team member in a multicultural and fast-paced setting.
I look forward to discuss my candidacy with you in detail. I will call your office next week to find the information about any future vacancies of clerk position at NHS Inc. If your office needs to contact me, I will be available at (999) 331-8888 throughout the working days.
Thank you for your time and consideration.