Already written an attractive resume? Now it’s time to craft a cover letter to go with it! To supplement your resume for an entry level dental front desk position, you need to keep the following things in mind.
Firstly, go through the job descriptions carefully and make sure you mention all the required skills in your cover letter. Start with an introductory paragraph by stating the title of desired position and how you learned about it. Use the second paragraph for convincing the recruiter that you are extremely suitable for the job. End the letter with a concluding paragraph, which expresses your confident intention of reaching the interview phase.
Below is a sample cover letter for entry level dental front desk position.
Dental Front Desk Cover Letter Sample
752 Flint Avenue, Lane 6, Aurora, IL 9658
(034) 000-7777, e.peter @ email . com
October 31, 2013
Mr. Bill James
815 Ring Towers
Aurora, IL 9658
Dear Mr. James:
I am writing to apply for the advertised position of Dental Front Desk Receptionist at Aspen Dental, as sighted in the daily Observer on October 30.
|● Bilingual (English-Spanish)||➜ Full command over both the languages; reading, writing and listening|
|● Dental front desk Knowledge||➜ Dental reception certificate and summer experience as a front desk assistant|
|● A pleasant personality with the ability to greet the customers, attend to their queries in person, on telephone and via email||➜ Sociable person who love to meet diverse people. Capable of greeting of clients and settling them in, explaining treatment plan and making appointments|
|● Good computer skills||➜ Expert user of MS word, Excel and PowerPoint|
Above all, I have the passion and zeal demanded by a front desk job. This enthusiasm in combination with my dental knowledge would make me an effective front desk personnel. It will be a great pleasure to meet with you to discuss this position in detail. I will call you next week to find the likelihood of an interview.
Thank you for your consideration.