While your resume for underwriting assistant position is a necessary part of your job campaign, it is incomplete unless it goes together with a cover letter.
Your letter should be targeted to the Underwriting Assistant position and should draw attention to your experience and persuade the employer to read the resume. Don’t the statements of in your resume in the cover letter.
When writing an Underwriting Assistant cover letter, most people believe that they need to rehash their resume. This is a wrong notion because the resume becomes redundant and it does not leave a good impression on the employer.
909 Gaylord Circle
Willingboro, NJ 66635
August 1, 2018
Ms. Shirley Jordan
7 Clinton Avenue
Willingboro, NJ 01255
Dear Ms. Jordan:
I have been looking for a position where I can utilize my skills and professional experience as an Underwriting Assistant to my absolute capacity. Seeing your advertisement in the Times Weekly, I would like to apply for this position as I am sure that I possess the necessary traits that you are seeking.
Having worked in the similar capacity for over two years, I deem myself highly skilled in the following areas:
– Assisting specialists in verifying data and communicating with customers to maintain documentation
– Running and preparing support documents
– Creating policies and policy endorsement along with invoices
– Ensuring that all correspondence is taken into account and dealt with as required
Since I have considerable experience in this field, I am comfortable in preparing catastrophe analysis and quotation letters along with endorsements for underwriter reviews. Possessing not only general information of underwriting real estate transactions but some specific knowledge that is sure to be an asset to the company that I work for, I am confident that I will provide significant benefit to Flagstar.
Please accept my resume (enclosed) as step one in this job application process. I will call you soon to arrange an interview date and will be available on 000-102-9282 if you need to contact me in the meantime.
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