Hospital Cleaner Cover Letter Sample

Updated on: December 29, 2020
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Writing a standout cover letter for a hospital cleaner position is time well invested in the future. Cover letters need to give something to get something. 

There are several different ways of making sure that your cover letter stands out. The most effective way is to focus on your skills and experiences that will help you in providing exceptional cleaning and housekeeping services in a hospital.

Here is an example of a perfect cover letter for a hospital cleaner resume.

Sample Cover Letter for Hospital Cleaner Position

Thomas Carter
652 Oliver Street
Egg Harbor City, NJ 07412
(000) 854-2536
thomas @ email . com

December 29, 2020

Mr. Charles Nelson
Hiring Manager
Fairview Hospital
63 W Cologne Port Republic Road
Egg Harbor City, NJ 08561

Dear Mr. Nelson:

As a passionate housekeeping professional, I would like to work for Fairview Hospital in the role of cleaner. My excellent skills in cleaning and disinfection make me a perfect contender.

My following attributes uniquely qualifies me for this position:

  • Demonstrated ability to handle hospital waste efficiently, promptly, and appropriately by disposing of it following set procedures
  • Hands-on experience in cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, furniture, and fixtures
  • Special talent for mixing appropriate quantities of cleaning agents and using then in a safe manner
  • Proficient in carrying out maintenance procedures in keeping with established quality standards

After reviewing my resume, you will find that I possess all the qualifications you need in this role. Ideally, an interview will serve as a better gauge of my abilities. I will contact you next week to answer your questions and possibly arrange a meeting date and time.

Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Thomas Carter

P.S. If you would like to know how I can safely remove hospital waste without human contact, call me at (000) 854-2536.

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