You use a cover letter for one purpose primarily – to reach a hiring manager at a place where standard conversation cannot. If you call in to an organization to say that you are interested in a job, you will most probably be politely told to send in a resume and a cover letter. No one is going to let you give a long account of how amazing you are over the telephone, or even in person.
Using a cashier cover letter to provide home depot HR manager with information on how well you can contribute to their organization is the best way! This way, you can reach out to him or her and provide great details about your candidature, without the fear of being shut out. A hiring manager will look through your cover letter when he has the time and is less likely to feel irked by a pushy candidate.
The cover letter sample below will provide you with a better view of what should be included:
June 3, 2017
Mrs. Lydia Lee
The Home Depot
22 Pinehurst Road
Jericho, VT 05465
Dear Mrs. Lee:
Having previously worked in organizations that cater to the home improvement needs of customers, I am sure that I will be a suitable candidate to be considered for Cashier position at The Home Depot. With over 10 years of experience of working in retail, 7 of them being in the home improvement arena, I am positive that my addition to your team will be a credit to you.
As an individual who has had extensive experience in handling cashiering services by operating standard and complex systems, I am confident that working for your organization will mean that I am in a constantly contributory mode.
But cashiering is not my only strong point. Since I was rotated within different work capacities in my present place of work, I have developed sharp customer service instincts and can effectively handle stocking and inventory management duties as well. Hiring me as a cashier at The Home Depot will mean that you are hiring a jack of all trades, and a master of at least a few of them!
Hoping to obtain an interview opportunity with you, I will contact you after 5 days. Until then, please feel free to call me at (000) 452-5422.