There is an entire family of cover letters that one needs to go through when deciding which one to pick up for one’s own purpose. Depending on what your own situation is, you can write a prospecting letter, a broadcast letter, a networking letter or an advertisement reply letter. Whichever one you pick up, you will have to make sure that it is the right one to suit your needs.
While the beginning of different types of cover letters may be different, they all hold the same type of information. Cover letters for podiatry assistant position are aimed at convincing a hiring manager that an applicant is worth every cent and second that will be spent in training and developing him or her. This information is provided for one purpose only – to convince a hiring manager that you are worthy of an interview at the very least, and a job later on. Here is a cover letter sample that does this:
98 Pineview Dr
Morristown, NJ 45411
May 14, 2017
Mr. Victor Bailey
Human Resource Manager
Hanover Foot and Ankle Associates
63 Green Road
Morristown, NJ 77022
Dear Mr. Bailey:
4 years of working as a podiatry assistant in a dedicated foot care facility, backed by intense training in diagnosing and treating diseases and conditions related to feet, ankles and lower limbs, make me an excellent contender to work in the same capacity at Hanover Foot and Ankle Associates. Please refer to the enclosed resume for details about my experience.
During the time that I have diligently and industriously provided my services as a podiatry assistant, I have been in a constant learning mode, taking in and processing new information about diseases and conditions related to feet, ankles and lower legs. This insight has provided me with great edge, as I am now familiar with the different ways of analyzing problems and providing viable solutions to patients, often assisting podiatrists in handling complicated examinations and surgical procedures. Since I have worked at one of the best podiatric facilities in New Jersey, I am familiar with administrative protocols that govern clinical settings, and can easily handle the administrative side of the work, ensuring smooth patient scheduling procedures.
I will be in the area of your facility on Monday, and will drop in to see if you have an available time slot in which you can meet with me. If required, I can be reached at (000) 415-7854.