The new age of self-promotion is here and it is up to us to make the best of it. How? Well, public information officer cover letters are the best avenues that you can use to get the point across to a hiring authority that you will make a great employee. Promoting yourself through a cover letter is acceptable and easy. You do not have to go into long accounts of your professional experience and still be able to provide deep insight into what you are capable of.
But cover letter writing has some rules that you have to follow. For one, it is important for public information officer cover letters to possess a certain standout quality so that they are noticed by busy employers. Once your cover letter is noticed and picked up, it is important to make sure that it makes sense to the person reading it. The following cover letter sample is written to stand out:
54 West Dr
Little Rock, AR 51422
May 20, 2017
Ms. Tricia Harlem
Human Resource Manager
58 Rope Avenue
Little Rock, AR 65201
Dear Ms. Harlem:
Widely known for taking the lead in strategizing, planning, development and implementation of large, complex communications campaigns to support organizations’ resource mobilization objectives, I am positive that I will be a great addition to United Nations in the role of a Public Information Officer. With extensive experience in developing and maintaining a suite of key information, and implementing visual identities, I offer my resume as a means of information of my suitability for this position.
Far-reaching competencies in leading the development of communications risk mitigation (including crises communication and preparedness), and proficiencies in collaborating proactively with internal business unit leaders to ensure that messages, products and programs are in alignment, I believe that I am a great contender to work with your organization. Recent success in developing metrics to evaluate outreach efforts and results, I have been highly commended by my supervisors, leading to my case being forwarded for a mid-year evaluation. Anticipating bringing similar success to United Nations by spearheading efforts for external communication tools (and in other areas), I invite you to go through the details mentioned in the enclosed document.
I will be in the vicinity of your office next Monday, and will drop in to inquire if you can see me. If you need to contact me before that, please feel free to do so.