Cover letters, especially when they are written for a position of great responsibility, need to show a side of the candidate that an employer truly wants to see. Nursery caregiver cover letters are basic documents that allow prospective employers to delve deep into your professional and personal character and see what makes you tick. The more solid information that you provide, the better your chances of being shortlisted for a job.
Contrary to popular belief, a cover letter is not a reiteration of your resume. Cover letters are written to complement the resume, bringing out your best side in terms of skills, abilities, qualifications and achievements. As far as experience is concerned, you can let the resume do the job, but if you feel that it is absolutely necessary to say a little about your experience, that is alright! Typically, you need to mention what it is that makes you an excellent candidate to work at a certain position.
541 West Drive
Queens Village, NY 51422
May 27, 2017
Mr. Daemon Bond
Human Resource Manager
25 113th Avenue
Queens Village, NY 69300
Dear Mr. Bond:
Taking care of infants and toddlers while their parents are busy at church during the most important day of the week is of great importance to most churches. Knowing fully well the extent that Saviors Church goes to, to make sure that its members are comfortable during Sunday service (and other services during the week), I offer my services as a dedicated Nursery Caregiver.
My experience as a nursery caregiver extends beyond usual expectations. Having extensively worked in this capacity for over 12 years, I am familiar with the process of providing nurturing care to both infants and toddlers, ensuring their physical and emotional wellbeing at all times. Trained in behavior management and special care needs, I am usually the first choice for church members when they need their children looked after at big events (within and out of church), owing to my “special” way with them, and an inherent ability to handle problems and emergency situations in an appropriate manner. Extensive comprehension of providing direct care including diaper changing and feeding, and assisting children with their personal needs, make me a great contender to work as a nursery caregiver at your church.
After Sunday service this week, I will contact you to see if you have an available time slot to interview me. In the meantime, I can be contacted at (000) 201-8454 if required.