Concrete Laborer Cover Letter Sample

Updated on: September 21, 2020
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You might be able to tell the difference between a well written, targeted cover letter and one that is written in a generic manner but only once you have the results – acceptance or rejection.

But by that time, it may be too late. Especially if you have been told that your application for a job has been rejected.

If you have not been given a reason, chances are that the employer was not too impressed with what you wrote in your cover letter. You can change that.

To find out how you can create a truly inspiring cover letter for concrete labor resume, take a look at the following sample:

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Sample Cover Letter for Concrete Laborer Position

Thomas Bassinger
521 White Ave
Jeffersonville, VT 10410
(000) 414-7854
Thomas @ email . com

April 3, 2020

Mr. Frank Lone
Human Resource Manager
The Billyard Construction Co.
963 Hill View Road
Jeffersonville, VT 26699

Dear Mr. Lone:

Through my 12 years’ extensive experience as a concrete laborer, I developed considerable insight into methods, materials, tools, and equipment that are used in concrete construction and maintenance.

My major talents which complement your needs include:

  • Track record of interpreting blueprints and making simple calculations in order to read survey stakes
  • Highly experienced in putting in place safety precautions to ensure a safe work environment and ward off potential occupational hazards
  • Skilled in building, erecting, and aligning forms for a wide variety of structures and foundations
  • Performed fine finishing by floating, troweling, and edging

As a physically agile individual, who can work equally well with both hand and power tools, I would like to meet with you in person to talk about this in greater detail. I will call you after a week to see if a mutually convenient time is available for an interview. Until then, please feel free to contact me at (000) 414-7854.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

Thomas Bassinger