Wondering why you haven’t been invited for an interview, despite your best cover letter writing efforts?
The fault probably lies in what your cover letter has projected – or has been unable to project.
You cannot write another cover letter to make up for the one that did not do its job well, but you can be sure that the one which you write for another job, is a better one than the last.
To effectively write a successful cover letter, you have to understand what job it does.
A cover letter should be designed to provide a prospective employer with all the information to highlight you as a great candidate.
This could be hidden in your experience, skills, qualifications, and education.
In fact, these four make up the crux of how well-suited you are for a job. But you cannot just throw in information, believing that it will make sense to a prospective employer.
Most of the time, an employer struggles to see how you fit into his organization because you haven’t been all that profound in telling him.
Lay it out for the hiring manager that you are the perfect candidate to hire – like this:
Embroidery Machine Operator Cover Letter Example
25 Harley Ave
East Orange, NJ 18021
January 23, 2017
Mr. Simon Sage
7902 N 22nd Street
East Orange, NJ 99321
Dear Mr. Sage:
I am eager to work for Palmer Group in the capacity of an Embroidery Machine Operator.
Over the past 6 years, I have worked on a variety of embroidery machines including the 15-needle single-head high-speed commercial machine, which I believe that your company has recently purchased. I am positive that commissioning an embroidery machine operator who already has extensive experience in working on this complex type of machinery (rather than training someone, especially for it), will be a good idea.
Here is why I think I will be a great choice to hire:
- Competent in setting up and calibrating complex embroidery machines by following established standards.
- Hands-on experience in threading machine needles by ensuring that the right color and type are used, in accordance with work orders.
- Dedicated to performing industry-standard quality embroidery work, with a special focus on ensuring excellence of end product.
In my present position, I am not only working as an embroidery machine operator but in a training capacity as well. If you would like to know more about my abilities in both these areas, I would be happy to articulate them in a formal interview. Please feel free to contact me at (000) 380-1927.
Thank you for your time and consideration.