Keeping everything straight in a computer hardware technician cover letter is important. Your train of thought should be focused. Do not put in the least important things first. Instead, create an interest in your candidature by providing the hiring manager with what you feel is the best side of your professional life. Cover letter writing is never easy. You really have to make an effort.
In this day and age when technology is the only true leader, it is quite easy for employers to figure out if what you say in your cover letter is actually the truth. Online profiles such as Facebook and LinkedIn say a lot about you. So when you write your cover letter, make sure that it is in alignment with what the Internet says about you. A truthful cover letter is a successful cover letter.
Here is how you can word your cover letter:
209 Peach-tree Road
Cumberland, RI 18562
March 3, 2017
Mr. Samuel Paige
421 Magnolia Avenue
Cumberland, RI 18562
Dear Mr. Paige:
Designing, developing and testing computer hardware is all in a day’s work for me. But my actual expertise lies in providing support to different departments in selecting hardware and materials, and effectively setting up their systems, to ensure proper workflow. And this is the expertise that I would like to bring to Inflow NS primarily.
During the last few years, I have diligently analyzed data, and made correlating recommendations on computer modifications, along with directing technicians and engineers in the use and maintenance of computer hardware. With great expertise in testing and verifying hardware and various peripherals, and building, testing and modifying prototypes of new products, I am sure you will be interested in what the enclosed resume has to say about me.
In June 2016, I was credited highly due to a blueprint that I designed for a series of computer equipment which won the National Award. This success motivated me to further my research in the area, and provide my organization with hardware solutions, which were unique in nature, and completely plausible to the work environment. With great insight into making models of new hardware, testing them effectively, and making required adjustments, I am usually the person who is called upon to handle complex hardware problems.
I will call you next week to see if you have a timeslot available to meet with me. Until then, you may contact me at (000) 745-8209.