Cleaner Application Letter Sample and Guide

Updated on: August 20, 2020
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Overview and Guidelines

Some call them application letters and others call them cover letters – they are the same. When an employer asks a pool of candidates to write an application letter, he is asking for a cover letter for your resume. There is no difference.

Just as you would in a cleaner cover letter, you provide information regarding your skills and qualifications for the job that you are interested in when writing an application letter.

 

The cleaner application letter typically contains three parts:

Introduction

This is where you detail why you are writing an application letter in the first place.

You need to provide a reference to an advertised position or a referral and mention what role you are applying for.

Main Body

This is where all the meat is. You can let yourself go here. Talk about your qualifications and how you intend to be an asset to the company.

You can also mention your accomplishments in this section. Put in percentages and numbers where possible.

Closing

Thank the hiring manager for taking out time to read what you had to tell him. To make sure that the ending of your application letter classifies as an “action close,” mention that you will be calling to set an interview. Provide your contact information here too.

Your application letter is ready. But wait! Let’s customize it to see what it should look like:

See also: Cleaner Application Cover Letter No Experience

 

Cleaner Application Letter Sample

 

January 7, 2020

Mr. William Rogers
Hiring Manager
ABM Industries
2068 470th Avenue
Tea, SD 66663

 

Dear Mr. Rogers:

Possessing a successful and progressive track record of working in the cleaning and janitorial arena, I would like to contribute to ABM Industries in the role of a cleaner. Already road-tested in a large office environment, hiring me will save you both time and money as I will be immediately contributory.

Here is why you should hire me:

  • Hands-on experience in maintaining extensive facilities by performing in-depth cleaning duties to meet set cleanliness standards.
  • Adept at performing grounds-keeping work.
  • Demonstrated expertise in safely mixing and using cleaning and sanitizing chemicals, pertinent to different types of surfaces.
  • Proven ability to accurately document routine inspection and maintenance activities.

I will email you after a few days to arrange an interview date and time. I can be contacted at (000) 444-4444 if the need arises. Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

 

Ronald Cox

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