An effective cover letter for front desk positions such as an agent, clerk, receptionist or attendant creates a link between your qualifications and employer’s needs. A stronger link means more chances of an interview.
Recruiters and employers confirms that a well written cover letter for a Front Desk Resume is important in making a positive first impression. Therefore, in order to make the most of this opportunity, you should ensure you modify your cover letter as per specific requirements of prospective organization. The major emphasis should be given on what you could contribute to the company, rather than on what you are expecting from them.
58 Example Drive, Apt. 3D
San Diego, CA 52247
November 12, 2015
Mr. Tom William
Human Resources Manager
41 Some Street
San Diego, CA 52239
Dear Mr. William:
I am writing in response to the Front Desk Agent position at Starwood Hotels, as posted in the November 10th edition of the California Tribune. As a reliable self motivated team player with excellent communication and customer service acumen, I am eager to leverage my skills and abilities to contribute to your bottom line.
Through my hands-on experiences, I have acquired several transferable skills that would be beneficial for the position of Front Desk Agent. For instance, I am competent at maintaining and promoting customer service at all times; greeting and serving visitors and guests in a courteous, efficient and pleasant manner, both in person and on the phone. In addition, I have demonstrated skills in using computers and MS Office Suite, handling cash and standing for extended periods of time. Through my experiences in sales, I have also developed a friendly, outgoing, energetic and guest service oriented demeanor.
Enclosed is my resume for your review. I will call your office during the week of November 20 to find the possibility of an interview. Should you have any questions in the interim, please feel free to contact me at (999) 878-6545.
Thank you for your time and consideration.