Production Coordinator Cover Letter Example

Updated on: February 26, 2018

Start looking for easy ways to write a production coordinator cover letter, and you will end up writing one that is ordinary. Hiring managers do not like average. They get ordinary every day.

Stand out cover letters rule the job market. Clear formats and information that is concise are what attracts prospective employers. Yes, the format matters – probably as much as the content does. And why is that? You send in a cover letter that is otherwise great but the format is confusing, you leave interviews on the table.

Hiring managers are not inclined to look for information in confused formats. If they see them in the first go, they are happy. If not, they will just move on to the next cover letter.

The format is especially important if you are sending your cover letter electronically. The best way to see if it will survive the electronic journey to the hiring manager’s inbox, address the cover letter to yourself first.

If you see the content slipping from one place to another within the document or the characters misbehaving, you will know that something is wrong. The best thing to do is to convert the cover letter into a PDF format before you send it electronically.

Done with the tips – on to the sample!

 

Production Coordinator Cover Letter Sample

 

 

James Sullivan
521 Alex Street
Oklahoma City, OK 60210
(555) 555-5555
james @ email . com

February 26, 2018

Mr. Alexander Powell
Hiring Manager
SDI Media
736 NW 22nd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 67192

 

Dear Mr. Powell:

Serendipity! As a production coordinator, I am delighted to learn that The Media Punters has just names SDI Media, a company that I have long admired, one of the top best places to work for in the media industry. And it couldn’t have come at a better time since I am looking to provide benefits of my experience to my favorite company.

Please allow me to focus your attention on some of the perks of hiring me at SDI Media:

• Competent at communicating and coordinating both new and ongoing projects, aimed at ensuring that delivery requirements and objectives are met continuously.

• Qualified to recommend measures to improve production methods and quality of end products.

• Adept at handling staff scheduling duties and assigning tasks according to each staff member’s capabilities.

I enthusiastically anticipate discussing my qualifications in an interview. To validate your interest, I will get in touch with you next week. In the interim, I can be reached at (000) 141-7474.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
James Sullivan

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