Well-written cover letters for custodial worker position persuade hiring managers to read your enclosed resume. If the content of your cover letter is good, an aggressive competition cannot harm you. Research is important. When you research both the company and the job, you do not risk losing out on opportunities because you end up writing content that the employer is looking for.
Staying aware of what the employer is looking is foremost here. Research as much as possible. Read and reread the job description many times. And you should be able to come up with a cover letter such as this:
254 West Pine Street
Plymouth, MA 51201
February 16, 2016
Ms. Hannah Frank
225 Fruit Lane
Plymouth, MA 55898
Dear Ms. Frank:
You do not need to look any further if your requirements for a custodial worker at Blue Apron include meticulousness, attention to detail, organization and thoroughness. I can provide you with all these and much more in this role. Having worked as a custodial worker for 3 large building complexes (including a hospital and a 5 star hotel), I am well-versed in meeting even the highest of cleaning and maintenance standards of any organization.
As part of Blue Apron, you will soon find out the following about me:
• Demonstrated expertise in performing cleaning and sanitation work on all types of surfaces
• Deep insight into safely and accurately mixing and using cleaning agents, paying special attention to management of hazardous materials
• Effectively able to handle waste management duties by following strict recycling and trash disposal procedures
I would like to meet with you to discuss further how I can contribute to Blue Apron. I will be in touch with you next week to set up an interview date and can be reached at (000) 124-8578.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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