Your cover letter for a Pediatric Nurse Resume tells the employer about your key skills and highlights the aspects of your nursing experience that make you eligible for Pediatric Nurse position. Your Pediatric Nurse cover letter can clarify things that your resume can’t.

If you are an entry level candidate or have large gaps in your jobs or changing your career, a covering letter can successfully explain situation and convince the hiring manager to call you for an interview.

It is very important to make a short yet brief cover letter. Your letter must never, never go beyond a single page, and it’s best practice to make three paragraphs and keep it well under a full page.

Job Overview

The pediatric nurse offers nursing care to the children under 18. The objective of the pediatric nurse is to promote health and assist manage sensitive and continual conditions.

Also See: Pediatric Nurse Resume Sample

 

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Cover Letter Sample

 

Anna Smith, RN
370 Example SN Street
Philadelphia, PA 63325
(999) 555-5555
[Email]

September 14, 2013

Ms. Sara Chris
Senior Recruiter
Children’s Surgical Associates
5784 Some Street
Philadelphia, PA 25532

 

Dear Ms. Chris:

As an enthusiastic, compassionate and friendly individual, I am pleased to submit my application for the position of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Children’s Surgical Associates. My graduation in the accredited Nurse Practitioner program from Philadelphia City University, national certification as a Nurse Practitioner and six months’ pediatric experience makes me a perfect candidate for this position.

During my education, internship and experience at ABC Hospital, I have gained strong expertise in assessing children to make out appropriate nursing interventions:

• Recording children’s health histories and symptoms
• Setting up plans for patients’ care or add to existing plans
• Observing and recording patients’ condition
• Operating and monitoring medical equipment
• Teaching children and their families how to handle their illnesses or injuries
• Explaining what to do at home subsequent to treatment

Moreover, I possess the ability to work together with staff of an interdisciplinary health team to plan, execute, organize and evaluate pediatric care in consultation to their families. In addition, I have in-depth knowledge of administering medications and treatments as prescribed by a physician in keeping with recognized policies and protocols.

The enclosed resume will give complete details about my qualifications, accomplishments and experience. I would welcome the opportunity to discuss this position in person at your convenience. To follow-up on my job application, I’ll contact your office in the week of August 27. If you would like me to provide any additional information, please feel free to contact me at (900) 555-5555. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you very much for your precious time.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Anna Smith, RN

Enclosure: Anna Smith’s Resume