You will be surprised to know how easy it is to write a practical nurse cover letter once you have taken feedback from experts who know the cover letter writing business inside out. As candidates, we often get trapped into writing mundane cover letters for fear of coming across as cheeky if we don’t follow the “rules”. Writing run of the mill cover letters however, can be our biggest mistake. If you write ordinary, you are deemed ordinary – that is the rule.
Building a solid bridge to walk on is what a cover letter should be doing for you. Typically, a cover letter is written to provide a safety net for you – a safety net that saves your resume falling into the deep pit that is so lovingly called the “archives”. Confidence is the key here. If you appear confident (not over confident) in a cover letter, you are perceived as someone who knows that job and can probably devise another way of performing a task if the first one fails. And this puts you in a “viable” category from which you will be picked for an interview.
There is very little that you need to do in order to be considered perfect for a job. The right kind of language and content is foremost. How you present yourself is next. And the format of the cover letter matters too. Here is one to help you with your cover letter writing endeavors:
854 3rd Street
Atlanta, GA 14241
July 30, 2016
Mrs. Heather Spencer
8036 Northeast Road
Atlanta, GA 85858
Dear Mrs. Spencer:
As a compassionate and highly experienced nursing professional, I would like to contribute to nursing department of Essentia Health in the role of Practical Nurse.
Throughout my professional career, my objective has always been focused on taking the load off of a busy patient unit. From ensuring that patients’ hygiene needs are met to administering IVs and medications, I have been trained to handle them all. I am very talented in two areas – patient comfort through empathetic delivery of personal services and maintenance of patients’ health and wellbeing through on-time and accurate administration of medication according to designated health plans.
I always remain on my toes where monitoring patients is concerned which is the main reason for me receiving high praise for saving a patient’s life who was on life support, as I recognized signs of improvements and immediately informed the nurse manager. Who can be a better choice to work as a practical nurse at Essentia Health than a practical nurse to whom patient care comes “from within”?
In order to answer any questions that you may have regarding my qualifications, I will call you soon to set up an interview. If you need to reach me before that, please feel free to call at (000) 124-7454.
Thank you for your time and consideration.