Cover letters are personal in the sense that while they are read by total strangers, they are every candidate’s inner thoughts.
Even though you would want to keep as professional as possible when writing a cover letter, you may not be able to help providing a glimpse of who you are as a person.
The good news is that this is perfect. Hiring managers like knowing who you are, not just professionally, but as a human being too.
But too much personal information is never welcome in a cover letter. A cover letter is written for a purpose which is to make sure that a hiring manager becomes aware of an individual’s innermost abilities, as far as work is concerned. When you design your own cover letter, make sure that it tells the hiring manager that you are great at what you do, and that you will be an instant asset to his or her company.
Here is a sample to help you:
Garment Merchandiser Cover Letter Example
25 Alpine Ave
Mooresville, MO 25411
July 21, 2017
Mr. Jason Turner
Human Resource Manager
Global Brands Group
20 Depot Road
Mooresville, MO 46002
Dear Mr. Turner:
Merchandising is serious business – and I take it as such. As an experienced merchandiser who has had great exposure to apparel industry, I am sure that you can take advantage of my expertise and experience. At this point in time, I would like to offer my professional profile (resume enclosed) for your consideration for a garment merchandiser position at Global Brands Group.
Developing and executing garment merchandising processes from concept to delivery is my niche. Bringing to the market fresh, trend-appropriate assortments that meet the customers’ needs and drives sales is a talent that I am proud of.
In all the years that I have worked as a garment merchandiser, I have been successful in collaboratively implementing merchandising strategies and assortment plans for each assigned merchandising category and channel. Owing to exceptional people and communication skills, I can easily and productively partner with design, production and sales teams to ensure execution to time-and-action calendars. Communicating and following up with internal and external constituents such as customers, suppliers and vendors is all in a day’s work for me.
I will call your office at the end of next week to determine if you have an open slot in your schedule to meet with me in person. In the interim, I can be contacted on the number given below.
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