Curators work in museums where there basic job responsibility is to manage the exhibits of the facility.
The literal meaning of curator being “one who cares for”, curators are largely expected to acquire and restore items so that they are ready for being displayed in a museum.
Let us see how a job seeker should write a cover letter for curator resume.
710 Nobel Street
Anderson, IN 66665
March 12, 2015
Mr. Curtis Jackson
9011 Walter Avenue
Anderson, IN 66610
Dear Mr. Jackson:
My love for museums and all that they stand for is the only driving force that make me want to apply for the position of a Curator at Anderson Museum. Your advertisement calls for someone who is expert in identifying artifacts and their placement and I can assure you that I possess that acumen.
Some of my relevant qualifications include:
● Demonstrated ability to plan and manage exhibitions
● Well-versed with budgeting activities, researching and writing, and making presentations
● Track record of helping writers to build educational materials and catalogs
● Competent at maintaining professional standards at workplace
I am very excited at the prospect of working with you at this position and would like to meet you in person so we can discuss how I may add to your organization. I will call your office after few days to ask for an interview date and I am available at (000) 555-0055 if you need to contact me.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to discussing my qualifications with you.