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12 Walnut Street
Cedar Falls, IA 39666
January 2, 2015
Ms. Abigail Andrews
DTS Mail Services
765 Willow Crest Drive
Cedar Falla, IA 35343
Dear Ms. Andrews:
Having seen your advertisement for the position of Mail Sorter at monster.com I would like to offer my skills in this field. I have worked in different mail handling capacities and believe that my natural dexterity and hard work is enough to be able to do justice to this job.
Working for the Cedar Falls Postal Service since January 2010, I have gained substantial experience in understanding the ins and outs of this work. I am comfortable in identifying the different routing schemes and possess the ability and experience to route mail according to specifications marked out for me. Additionally, I am skilled in bundling and sorting of outgoing mails so that they can be sent to their designated areas. Since handling mail is a sensitive issue my training has instilled in me the need for mail privacy, I take it very seriously to ensure that no mishandling ever occurs. I have had the opportunity to work with the latest in mailing equipment and able to operate addressographs and barcode scanners.
I believe that I may be the candidate you are looking for to fill this position, therefore presenting my resume (enclosed) as the first step in applying for this job. I would like to meet you in person so as to discuss this Mail Sorter position in detail. I am available at my cell 999-999-9999 between 9 am and 3 pm on all working days and the entire day during the weekends.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Arnold P. Remington