A management trainee cover letter plays a vital role in creating first impression to a prospective employer. Enclosing a compelling cover letter with the resume will bring credibility to your application.
A cover letter for Management Trainee Resume should demonstrate your keen interest in the particular company, reflect your knowledge about the employer’s needs and focus on what benefits you will bring to the firm. Build the letter marketing your skills and abilities attractive enough to get you an interview opportunity.
876 H NW Ave ● Chicago, IL 60875 ● (363) 000-3214 ● sara.k @ email . com
June 26, 2016
Mr. Mike Watson
8871 S. Kingston Ave
Chicago, IL 60617
Dear Mr. Watson:
Your strong emphasis on providing high quality customer service set a benchmark in the industry and it is the main reason of my interest in working for McDonald’s as a Management Trainee. After browsing your website for more details of this position, I found my talents are a best match to your needs.
As noted on the enclosed resume, I worked as a volunteer customer sales representative for two years at Thompson Media Group Austin. I have consistently exceeded the sales targets and have been awarded the most productive CSR. Through my business administration degree, I have developed strong leadership skills and the ability to work effectively even in an extreme busy environment.
Being a very dynamic individual, I have the ability to develop positive relationships with peers and customers very quickly. I have participated in several workshops on leadership, group dynamics and public speaking. Using these academic and practical strengths, I will be able to contribute effectively to the McDonald’s team success.
My resume is enclosed for your review. I’d be grateful for an opportunity to further discuss how my skills and knowledge will help me attain the customer service goals of McDonald’s in the role of a management trainee. I will call you after two weeks to arrange an interview appointment and will be available at (000) 000-3214 in the interim.
Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you soon.