Biologists work in different capacities such as marine biology, zoology, ecology, and microbiology. They study the various forms of life and see how they interact with their environment along with deciphering how the environment affects them.
Biologists’ work depends highly on research and development in their assigned area which is why they need to possess at least a Master’s degree in their field – a doctorate is almost always better though! If you are thinking to get a new job as a biologist, the following cover letter will assist you in applying for this position.
2736 Freeport Street
Broken Arrow, OK 44939
Cell: (000) 000-9991
September 9, 2018
Mr. Edward Williamson
3882 Cardinal Road
Broken Arrow, OK 33145
Dear Mr. Williamson
I am writing to apply for a Biologist position at EDMC. As a highly qualified individual who has a keen interest in research work, I will be a great addition to your team. My recent experiences in this field have augmented my determination of making a mark even further and with this commitment.
For the past six years, I have been designing experiments and collecting and evaluating data in order to decipher the effects of recent environmental changes. With a keen troubleshooting acumen, I can determine corrective actions which are essential for every experimental program. A particular interest of mine lies in collecting and analyzing biological data to assess the relationships between different organisms and the environment that they thrive in on which I have written three papers as well.
As my background indicates, I hold a doctorate in Microbiology and would now like to work with a company where my research and analysis skills will be utilized at their best. I am willing to meet with you in person and provide you further insight on the work that I have been doing in the past, and intend to do in the future.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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