While writing a midwifery application letter, be certain the hiring manager knows you possess necessary skills and expertise with deliveries and post-care for mothers’ health – both of which are necessary to midwifery position.

In addition, mention any relevant and experience. All midwifery application letters must give details regarding what the applicants can bring to the job that may detach them from ordinary job seekers.

 

 

 

Application Cover Letter for Midwifery Job

 

68 Example Lane
Houston, TX 28654

August 12, 2013

Ms. Anna Smith
Hiring Manager
St. Louis Midwifery Services
333 Any Road
Houston, TX 21401

 

Dear Ms. Smith:

Your Midwifery position demands the experience, skills, aptitudes, and work ethic that I have developed as a Nurse-Midwife throughout my ten years of practical experience. An experienced midwife, I am ready to leverage my midwifery experience to contribute to your bottom-line.

Based on my understanding of your position at St. Louis Midwifery Services, here are the aspects of my attributes that seem most pertinent to meet your needs:

•  Demonstrated ability to care for, assess and monitor the newborn babies
• Expert in providing full-course care to women and their babies for the duration of pregnancy, labor, birth and the post-natal stage including monitoring the physical condition of mother and baby
•  Well versed in giving recommendations and information on the subject of care for newborns and young infants
• Able to manage labor and spontaneous normal deliveries

As you are looking for a candidate who can acclimatize and contribute to your different departments, I hope you will consider my credentials. In order to confirm the receipt of my portfolio and set a time of interview, I will call your office during next week. In the meantime, I can be contacted at (999) 999-9999.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely yours,

(Signature)
Sara Chris

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