Writing a cover letter for trades assistant resume needs a lot of thought since employers do not have the time to read long stories. In fact, building a concise letter that tells your story is the trick. Once you know what to write in a Trade Assistant cover letter, you will not have any issues writing it.
Remember that a cover letter for trades assistant job is used to create a first impression and what you write in it will be held in favor or against you.
23 Boundary Street
Brisbane, QLD 2223
December 14, 2014
Ms. Anna Bentley
9 Parkland Boulevard
Brisbane, QLD 8882
Re: Trade Assistant (Position ID 552)
Dear Ms. Bentley:
I am writing to express my interest in the position of a Trades Assistant at Westrack. My friend Harris Mane who works in the Accounts Department in your company suggested that I may be the right candidate you are looking for.
Working for UGL as a Trade Assistant for over six years has instilled in me the qualities and skills that this position requires most. I am skilled in assisting workers by providing them with tools and equipment in order to work efficiently. I understand the need for keep these tools and equipment safe and in working order. My present duties include assembling and disassembling equipment, operating tools such as jack hammers and grinders, collecting tools to and from the storage space and preparing work surfaces. I am proficient in handling and operating fork lifts (a copy of my Forklift License is enclosed).
Moreover, my ability to read and interpret designs goes a long way in helping the people I work with. My resume is herewith which will provide you with information on how I can be of assistance to the workers at your company and eventually become an asset.
I will call you at the end of this month to discuss how I can be of use to your company. If you need any additional information regarding my credentials, please feel free to call me on 0123 888 888. Thank you for taking out time from a busy schedule to look over this job application.