Junior accountant cover letter writing requires a lot of time and effort on the part of candidate. The time you spend in drafting your letter will pay off, so do spare some.
Attaining a junior accountant position when you have no experience in hand can be extra challenging which calls for an impressive cover letter to go with your resume.
● Write your letter humbly yet professionally. Showcase your core competencies while mentioning why the job interests you.
● Create a strong link between job requirements and your competencies. Focus on your skills in relation to their needs and explain how the same can come in handy.
● Close your letter with a call for action. Prompt the employer to give you a call. Mentioning the time of your own availability is also a good idea.
855 Timber Sq | Energy, IL 87233 | (000) 287-3907 | micheal @ email . com
June 19, 2017
Mr. Fredrick Jackson
822 Mercury Lane
Energy, IL 87233
Dear Mr. Jackson
I am responding to your job posting for a Junior Accountant position at IMV Associates. I believe the combination of my recent AS in Accounting and my skills gives me a unique set of qualifications for this job.
Some key features of my profile include:
• Trained in bank account reconciliation and investment accounting procedures
• Adept at conducting accounts related journal entries
• Thorough knowledge of accounting standards and concepts
• Excellent computer skills and a good numerical aptitude
• Knowledge of financial and commission statement formats
My expertise in developing accurate financial reports has always been commended by professors and I look forward to work for IMV Associates with same zeal and passion. Please find the attached copy of my resume for review.
I would like to learn more about your expectations and discuss my talents in detail, and look forward to hearing from you to schedule an interview date and time.
Thank you for your time and consideration.