Hiring managers gauge medicaid coordinator cover letters by putting in place certain metrics. One such metric is the way in which information is provided in a cover letter. Typically, cover letters need to be able to communicate with hiring managers and if they do this successfully, they are considered highly. What do you have to do? You have to get out there and write the best ever cover letter that the hiring manager has seen.
And how does one do this?
Writing a great cover letter is no big deal, especially if you know the job that you are applying for. Lack of knowledge about what you are expected to do once hired is probably your only limitation in writing a rocking cover letter. The main purpose of a cover letter is to tell the hiring manager about your capabilities and accomplishments. Identify these and place them in your letter and you are good to go. Here is a cover letter sample to help you through:
54 Hamilton Ave
Greenbrier, TN 25144
June 18, 2017
Mr. Richard Garstang
Human Resource Manager
2500 Chickasaw Triangle
Greenbrier, TN 97031
Dear Mr. Garstang:
I have recently moved to Greenbrier from Charleston, where I was working as a service coordinator at Medicaid. Anticipating obtaining a similar position with your facility, I would like to focus your attention on the skills that I have developed in this area, over the 6 years that I worked in this capacity.
Assessing service needs of participants and effectively linking them to appropriate providers and community resources is my niche. Furthermore, I have been proactively involved in facilitating programs and services such as health and wellness, have been responsible for developing a detailed directory of local social service agencies and providers.
Providing advocacy by protecting and upholding participants’ rights and ensuring that their living environments are safe for them are just some of my strong points. With my ability to help participants obtain and maintain benefits such as SSI and SSD, I am sure you will also agree that my candidature is worth looking into. Track record of ensuring that participants’ Medicaid services are not interrupted, and all participants and their families are provided with opportunities for feedback, make me an excellent contender to work for your facility.
In hopes of meeting with you in person, I will contact you next week. If you would like to reach me in the interim, please feel free to do so on the number given below.
Thank you for your time and consideration.