A good asset protection investigator cover letter is one that contains at least 85% of the information that a hiring manager is expecting to see in it.
This can be done by making sure that your read the job description that a hiring manager has provided in a job advertisement.
Here is a cover letter sample for you to go through for reference:
Asset Protection Investigator Cover Letter Sample
325 West Street
Colonial Beach, VA 54113
October 2, 2021
Mr. Anthony Taylor
Human Resource Manager
499 Pine Road
Colonial Beach, VA 76412
Dear Mr. Taylor:
Asset protection is an area that I have worked in extensively in a corporate capacity. Over 10 years of experience as an asset protection investigator, followed by substantial exposure to creating and implementing security SOPs, I believe that I am a good choice to hire at this position at Akorn Inc.
To make the hiring decision as easy as possible, I have tailored my resume to your needs, as best as I could. Right at the top of the first page of my resume, you will find 4 asset protection capabilities that I would like to put at your disposal as soon as I am hired. Backing them up are 10 contributions that I have made to my employers in this role, the most weighty being unearthing of a major internal leak, which could have led to colossal damage if it had been left untouched.
Conducting thorough physical security screenings of all persons and personal belongings exiting the premises is an area that I am exceptionally well-versed in. As you go through my resume, I hope a central thought stands out: I go beyond just solving asset protection issues in areas assigned to me.
But any resume, no matter how well-customized it is, is no match for a face-to-face or virtual meeting. I will contact you soon to provide you with a more profound view of my candidature. If you need to reach me in the interim, please feel free to give me a buzz on the number given below.
Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.