Professional development coordinators facilitate learning opportunities by providing consultation and coaching. They assess and analyze professional development needs of individuals in order to improve on program effectiveness.
The core task of this position is to communicate available learning opportunities in the areas that need them the most.
If you are thinking to apply for this position, the following cover letter will help you attaining an interview.
990 Trailside Loop
Park City, UT 66666
May 27, 2015
Mr. Lionel Richie
Manager Human Resources
Ropes and Gray
78 Redden Road
Park City, UT 63777
Dear Mr. Richie:
It is with great enthusiasm that I am applying for the position of a Professional Development Coordinator at Ropes and Gray, in response to the advertisement posted on your website. As my skills are finely tuned and perfectly match with your requirements, I have much to contribute to your organization – especially in terms of developing, coordinating and overseeing professional learning programs in sync with the needs of the departments.
Working my way through professional development in the last five years, I have learnt much about monitoring professional development services such as design management and department forecasting. My ability to sync professional development activities with predefined training needs will be an asset for your organization. My work with a diversity of people and creating action plans for them had been the source of commendation and a surprise promotion last year.
I believe that my qualifications in professional development will be of great value to Ropes and Gray and would welcome the opportunity to meet with you. I will call your office to see if I can secure a meeting time that is mutually convenient and can be reached at (027) 777-7777 to answer your questions.
Thank you for your time and consideration.