PMPs or Project Management Professionals organize time, resources and people in order to bring a project to completion and therefore are an important part of an organization.
The skills needed to perform this job appropriately are many and the lack of even one can prove to be disastrous for a project.
Let us see which skills are required to be eligible for this position and how you can write them in a cover letter when applying for a position as a PMP.
553 Seneca Street
New York, NY 77733
September 1, 2015
Mr. Erwin Benito
Manager Human Resources
7733 Old Country Road
New York, NY 66614
Dear Mr. Benito:
I have a track record of effectively managing multiple, concurrent product development projects and I am confident that I am now ready to work in a position that yields more benefits for a company in this regard. With this objective in mind, I would like to apply for the position of a Project Management Professional at Bartech as I believe in my ability oversee all aspects of project implementation to deliver timely services.
While working with Atech as a project manager, I was required to work closely with a variety of internal teams and end users to oversee design, development and integration of various projects. This alone has instilled my ability to understand a project’s technical details akin to call flow and operations. Moreover, my organizational skills are excellent in managing all projects under my belt, from inception to completion, in a timely and efficient manner.
This is a really exciting opportunity which I want to grasp with both hands as I comprehend the mutual benefit that it can provide to us. I would like to discuss this in more detail with you and will call you next week to see if we can arrange a meeting. Alternately, please call me at (116) 666-6666 if you need further information regarding my eligibility for this position.
Thank you for your time and consideration.