Executive Administrative Assistant Cover Letter Example

Updated on: October 17, 2015

What is the single most thing that you want an employer to remember about you? Whether it is your ability to manage office operations or make customers happy, use this information as a main point in your cover letter. Do you know that you can make your executive administrative assistant cover letter do wonders for you if you dangle a benefit to them? How do you do that? You tell the employer that you can do something that he or she is sure to want from an employee. This may include an increase in sales or implementation of a system that they have long wanted.

By dangling a benefit, you are providing an employer with a chance to delve deep into what you are capable of. Even the most reluctant of readers can be wooed if they read lines that have been seamlessly constructed by an avid writer. No one will pay attention to your cover letter when it falls in a noisy and crowded marketplace, where it isn’t bound to make a sound. By making your words clear, concise and interesting to read, the message that you want to give, is sure to wake up the neighborhood!

So do not fall for so called experts telling you to write cover letters in the “normal” way. For all it is worth, an abnormal cover letter will probably do you good!

 

Executive Administrative Assistant Cover Letter Sample

 

Rosalie Gray
986 5th Street
Deer Trail, CO 85854
(666) 666-6666
Rosalie @ email . com

October 17, 2015

Mr. Shea Price
Hiring Manager
Ford Motor Company
45 Sapphire Road
Deer Trail, CO 69812

 

Dear Mr. Price:

As a passionate administrative professional with over 6 years of experience under my belt, I am positive that I can be immediately productive at an executive administrative assistant position with Ford Motor Company. Here is why I think so:

• Implemented a large scale electronic filing and records-keeping systems which reduced paper work by a significant 80%
• Introduced a functional scheduling system which increased operational efficiency of executive units by 66%

I have a substantial list of accomplishments that I would like to add here but I will leave it for when we meet in person. I will be in touch with your secretary to secure an interview date and time in the coming weeks. Please do not hesitate to contact me at (666) 666-6666 if you need additional information regarding my suitability for this position or previous employers’ references to add credence to my claims in this letter.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Rosalie Gray

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