Your cover letter for a Credit Coordinator Resume is a vital part of your screening process. By putting your best efforts to make it attractive, you can amplify your chances of being interviewed.
A good technique to make a effective cover letter for a Credit Coordinator job is to draw attention to your skills or experiences that are most appropriate to the credit industry and to modify the letter to the particular organization you are applying to.
6351 Main Street
Manchester, CT 88921
March 9, 2016
Mr. Roger Moore
Fit To Lend
88 Coslin Road
Manchester, CT 62729
Dear Mr. Moore:
My background in financial consulting and accounting closely parallels the job description of a Credit Coordinator at Fit To Lend. Your advertisement said that you were looking for a candidate with a credit management background and I fit the description perfectly. With 5 years of progressive credit management experience and relevant skills to handle delinquent accounts, I am confident that I can contribute to your organization effectively.
Working in a financial for a long time setting has trained me well in social perceptiveness which is the key to success in this work. I possess the ability to be aware of debtors’ reactions and understand why they react as they do. This alone is helpful when endeavoring to solicit payments from them. Additionally, my persuasion skills are an asset when attempting to change customer behavior and ensuring that they make timely payments. My negotiation acumen ensure that the company and customers can come to some agreement where debt is concerned and I rely highly on my ability to work well with peers and customers.
I am positive that I have a lot of talents to bring to Fit To Lend in terms of professionalism and results. I look forward to seeing you at the interviews on Friday and will be available at (000) 232-0022 prior to that.
Thank you for your time and consideration.