A Library Aide cover letter adds a touch of professionalism to your overall job application package. It provides a chance to create a solid first impression that a candidate might not be able to pull off in person.
In a way it is a measure to prove your enthusiasm and concern in front on an employer when meeting him or her for an interview.
The following cover letter for Library Aide Resume is formatted to make a good impression on prospective employer.
See also: Library Aide Cover Letter Sample
96 Example 4th Street
Gary, IN 63355
May 4, 2015
Mr. Charles Bernoulli
2 Quaker Ave
Gary, IN 63396
Dear Mr. Bernoulli:
My love for books, reading and community service is the reason behind my application for the position of a Library Aide at EdisonLearning. With my strong multi-tasking and customer service abilities, I would be able to provide prompt, friendly and efficient service to the diverse patrons of your library.
Previously, I had been working as a volunteer at Camden County Library for three months, therefore, know the basic and advanced procedures associated with library work. For instance, I am well versed in checking materials’ flow using the computerized circulation system, registering borrowers, answering inquiries and performing administrative tasks in a fast paced setting. In addition, I have a demonstrated ability to create positive environment where all students feel pleasure to sit.
Furthermore, I am adept at retrieving information for students and ensuring that all books and materials are returned to their shelves appropriately. Additionally, I have a proven ability to organize and conduct workshops and book talks, liaise with vendors and manage inventory. The enclosed resume will provide you with more details about my qualifications and skills.
I would like to meet with you in person to discuss your requirements and my interest in this position further. I can be reached at (010) 999-9999 throughout the day. To follow-up and set up an interview, I will call you after seven days.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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