If you want to write a successful cover letter for courier driver position, you must ensure that you know what each section of a letter entails.
Make sure you have addressed your letter properly and the name of the person that you are saluting is written.
Your letter is tend to be ignored if it is a a generic ‘To Whom It May Concern’ letter.
Look at the following example in order to get a good idea.
See also: Courier Driver Resume
9818 Fox Drive
Cold Lake, AB D5V 9U3
January 5, 2014
Ms. Zoey Williams
Senior Manager (Admin & HR)
The Net Couriers
11 12th Street
Cold Lake, AB F7R 2C1
Dear Ms. Williams:
I am very interested in working as a Courier Driver at Net Couriers because I possess all the necessary experience and skills required for this job. My current Alberta’s C Class Drivers License combined with exemplary driving record makes me a perfect candidate for this position.
As noted on my resume, I am highly skilled in driving and maintaining a variety of vehicles in addition to loading and unloading documents and goods, and performing all associated paperwork. I am familiar with all major and minor routes inside the city and have a proven ability to maintain strict schedules and adhere to road safety standards.
Furthermore, I possess demonstrated verbal and written communication skills and a proven ability to work effectively without supervision. I am physically fit and able to handle over 50kgs of weight and possess the ability to stand for long hours.
My resume is enclosed for your review and will provide you with further details of my driving career and related skills. I will call your office after few days to find the possibility of interview. Alternately, I will be available at 999-999-999, if you require any additional information regarding my credentials.
Thank you for your time and consideration.