A cover letter for the position of student service coordinator must not only highlight the candidate’s coordinating skills but should also reflect an in depth understanding of students’ issues during coursework.
It needs to showcase the candidate’s ability to relate with students as well as management in order to resolve their issues thus facilitating the higher management.
This position requires a lot of communication and interpersonal skills so these traits must also be highlighted when applying for this job.
356 SW Lane 4th Ave
Troy, Alabama 778114
benjamin.franklin @ email . com
May 17, 2016
Dr. Emily Roberts, HOD Arts
Troy, Alabama 778112
Dear Dr. Roberts:
While going through Troy University’s listed job requirements for student services coordinator, I realized that my skills and expertise are in-line with your demands. After working 3 years effectively in the capacity of student coordinator at ABC College, I now desire to broaden my horizon in the realm of student services by moving onto a more challenging zone.
My expertise and knowledge acquired via hands-on experiences regarding the paper work for student admission and promotion will be of great value for your institution. Being a well practiced, learned and organized degree auditor, I could ensure student facilitation by smooth degree processing and auditing at Troy University.
Student focused activities not only enhance student participation in the programs but also add up to the university’s popularity, attracting more admissions to its programs. My unique skills combined with expertise in student motivation assist me in arranging some very high quality student activities for the university. A deep understanding of the dynamics of management, faculty and students render me a highly suitable candidate for this position.
Considering my potential for this position, I would like to meet with you to discuss how my skills will be beneficial for Troy University. If my credentials appeal you, you may contact me at (000) 333-4323 to set up a date of interview.
Thank you for your consideration.
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