A cover letter for In-Room Dining Server Resume should always accompany your job application package. Its intention is to introduce you and explain the experience in your resume. A good cover letter for in-room dining server should:
• Include detailed information about why you desire to work for the employer
• Demonstrate clear and concise serving skills in relation to the requirements of empoyer
• Show your knowledge of the position
• Align your skills and experience with the job requirements
In-Room Dining Server Cover Letter sample
66 R. Example Street
Boston, MA 65214
February 12, 2014
Ms. Sara Lee
Boston, MA 63254
Dear Ms. Lee:
Per your advertisement in the Boston Republic for In-Room Dining Server position, I am sending my resume for your consideration. Using my extensive customer service skills and experience in hospitality industry, I would be able to deliver my best abilities in order to go beyond your expectations and increase your profit.
As you will note in the enclosed resume, I am very skilled in overall in-room dining (IRD) operations to ensure a fine dining experience for all guests. Besides, I have a demonstrated ability to make sure that all orders are correctly filled and delivered within time, and equipment is maintained and stored correctly. Furthermore, I have in-depth knowledge to fill in room dining orders and deliver to guests as needed.
In addition, the housekeeping, hospitality, customer care and communication skills gained through my previous experience, working at various restaurants will contribute to my ability to be successful in this position. I have enclosed my resume for your consideration.
As an passionate server, I would like the opportunity to further discuss my skills and qualifications with you in an interview scheduled at your convenience. I will call your office during the week of February 25th to see if we might arrange a suitable time to meet. In the interim, I can be reached at [Contact #].
Thank you for your time and consideration.