Do you have any idea how employers separate good cover letters and bad ones? The good news is that there is usually no set pattern that decides an employer’s interest in a cover letter. The not so good news is that if a cover letter is not all that great, well, it shows like a wart on the nose! So what should you be aiming for? You should be aiming to create a cover letter that is simply written, has enough information to entice the employer to keep reading, and is mistake-free!
A lot of effort and hard work goes into writing cover letters for ambulance driver resume. Far from what they used to be, cover letters of today are required to paint a visual of the applicant as the employer reads the content. An employer with a strong imagination will be able to put two and two together, and determine the applicant’s worth from a single read. However, not knowing exactly what an employer is looking for may put a damper on your efforts. But there is no cause for worry. Just write what you feel will pique the reader’s interest, and leave the rest to his perception.
Good enough? Great! Let’s move on to a sample here:
857 Telus Street
Mascotte, FL 52558
October 22, 2016
Mr. Hugh Hyde
Catholic Health Initiatives
203 Pulp Avenue
Mascotte, FL 58977
Dear Mr. Hyde:
Fully comprehending that working as an ambulance driver is perhaps a stressful work, I enthusiastically offer my services as one to Catholic Health Initiatives. The fact that working at this position is full of challenges is what makes it worth my while.
With over 10 years of experience driving an emergency / rescue vehicle, I believe that my expertise will be well-channelized while working with your organization. Over the years that I have worked in this capacity, I have acquired (and polished) the following expertise:
• Demonstrated ability to map short and safe routes to destinations by using both conventional maps and the GPS.
• First-hand experience in carefully driving and performing preventative maintenance on medium sized vehicles such as vans and small trucks.
• Special talent for providing victims with emergency and rescue work by employing CPR and First Aid training.
As someone who is dedicated to saving human lives, I believe that I fully comprehend the actual responsibility that is attached to working as an ambulance driver. I would like to meet with you to further elaborate on this. If you need to contact me – before I get a chance to call you to set up an interview – please feel free to call at (000) 452-7855.