Laboratory Technician Cover Letter No Experience

Updated on: May 14, 2023

Laboratory Technician cover letters should be designed to address the specific concerns of a prospective employer.

Before you write your cover letter, put yourself in the employer’s shoes, and you will know that most employers are subconsciously thinking:

  1. Who the candidate is?
  2. His/her work and reputation?
  3. Which qualifications and skills does s/he possess?
  4. Why I should read this cover letter?
  5. Why I shouldn’t just discard your letter?

Sounds negative? Not one bit! In

fact, knowing that this is what a prospective employer is thinking of is the best thing ever!

Imagine knowing exactly what kind of cover letter will make him happy.

You need to eliminate the I don’t know from the equation. That is all.

If you are a first-timer, it pays to keep these things in mind, since you are treading unfamiliar ground.

Your cover letter depicts who you are and what you can do for the employer. But technically, you cannot make it seem as if you are the focus.

The focus has to be the employer – what you can do for them.

But, as an entry-level applicant, you have neither experience nor kind words from a previous employer to back you up. You are on your own – but can still make the best of the situation.

The following cover letter sample for a laboratory technician (who has no experience) position will be your savior:

Laboratory Technician Cover Letter No Experience

Bassano Wey
(000) 521-9565
[email protected]

May 14, 2023

Mr. Ian Ferret
Manager of Human Resources
Providence Health and Services
230-231 Burkitt Road
Nolensville, TN 19273

Dear Mr. Ferret:

I am excited to apply for a lab technician position at Providence Health Services, an opportunity that is exceptionally well-aligned with my qualifications.

As an energetic individual who has a fresh view of scientific methodologies and processes, I deem myself as someone Providence Health Services can benefit from immensely. With high energy levels and a sound ability to work within environments that are conducive to OSHA-designated permissible exposure limits, you will find me adaptable and eager to learn.

Please take a moment to skim through the qualifications:

  • Familiar with analysis and safety standards used in laboratories, including ASTM and UOP.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of setting up, adjusting, and operating laboratory equipment.
  • Skilled in performing basic and analytic tests from well-defined standards and procedures.

The attached resume provides a more detailed view of what I have to offer. Thank you very much in advance for your consideration. Please feel free to call me at (000) 521-9565 if you need more information. I look forward to meeting with you in the near future.


Bassano Wey