A telephone Operator cover letter should affirm your knowledge of managing a multiple line telephone system or PBX along with responding queries and concerns of outside callers and staff. Good communication skills are highly desirable for this position, so you need to mention same in your covering letter.
The following cover letter for telephone operator resume is written on contemporary pattern. Feel free to modify it as per job description and your abilities.
254 West Street, # 3S
New York, NY 65587
June 19, 2017
Ms. Anglia Charles
Manager Human Resources
25 New Bond Street
New York, NY 54110
Dear Ms. Charles:
I am writing to express my interest in the Telephone Operator position currently available at Marriott New York. After closely examining all of your prerequisites, I found myself a good fit. I look forward to this job an as an opportunity to combine my enthusiasm and skills for the success of Marriott.
Throughout my two year of substantial experience as a receptionist and telephone operator, I have gained much expertise in PABX handling, call answering and forwarding, and customer service. At my previous job, I was responsible for answering all incoming and outgoing calls, managing different kinds of data records and acting as a receptionist / exchange assistant. I have a demonstrated ability to contact employees and guests in case of any emergency or change in usual routine, through emails or call.
Throughout my career I have maintained the highest customer service standards. I am known to stay calm in emergency and stressful circumstances while maintaining a strong focus on my work. The enclosed resume details my talents and qualifications as a telephone operator.
As an enthusiastic Telephone Operator, I would like to meet with you to discuss more about this position and your needs in detail. I will contact your office next week to follow-up and can also be reached at (000) 854-0209 in the interim.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.