There is a chance that the type of accounts receivable clerk cover letter that you have written is ordinary for a hiring manager.
Hiring managers have a great experience where cover letters are concerned as that is what they do all day – read cover letters. If you do not give them something new, your chances of being considered for a job diminish significantly.
An Accounts Receivable Clerk cover letter’s primary purpose, in its short life, is to communicate an applicant’s abilities and qualifications, in as little space as possible. If it doesn’t do this, there is no point in spending so much time and effort in writing one.
Focus on what you have to offer to a hiring manager, rather than what he or she can do for you. It is an unsaid thing that you too will benefit from the job, but the only thing you need to be vocal about at this point is your contribution.
What follows is a cover letter sample which will help you write your own:
Accounts Receivable Clerk Cover Letter No Experience
658 Wentworth Ave
Dover, DE 85744
February 25, 2018
Mr. Lee Thompson
Human Resource Manager
Gas Transmission Systems Inc.
911 Norton Circle
Dover, DE 12001
Dear Mr. Thompson:
You may have received dozens of applications for the position of an Accounts Receivable Clerk, but I can assure you that none of them will be as profound as mine. As an enthusiastic individual, I am confident that I will be able to make an immediate contribution to Gas Transmission Systems Inc.
Possessing great insight into financial policies and procedures, I will be able to provide your organization with sound accounts and payments processing services, with a particular focus on accuracy and integrity of data. With my exposure to performing day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting, and recording accounts receivables, I am confident that my inclusion in your team will be a welcome event, as I have been exposed to it all during an extended internship.
My thoroughness, solid comprehension of basic and advanced accounting principles, and an exceptional ability to manage accounting figures and financial records, goes a long way in making me the best person to hire as an accounts receivable clerk.
Hoping to further elaborate on my suitability for an accounts receivable clerk position at your company, I will reach out for further contact soon. Until then, I can be contacted at (000) 111-8585 if you need any additional information that may not be available in this letter, or the accompanying resume.
Thank you for your time and consideration.