Word Processing Operator Cover Letter Sample

Updated on: July 28, 2017

Observing business letter writing conventions – left-hand justification, open punctuation, clarity and conciseness, and of course, no spelling or syntax errors – is what will take you a step closer to perfection in a prospective employer’s eyes.

When writing a Word Processing Operator cover letter, make sure that you tailor it to the specific organization and position for which you are applying. This will make you stand out from all the other job seekers for the same position, indicating that your job search is a targeted approach, rather than it seeming as if you have sent the same generic cover letter to a dozen or so employers!

Keep your cover letter to a maximum of one page – 3 or 4 paragraphs are sufficient to get your message across.

If you are responding to an advertisement, make sure that you address any key requirements, since selection criteria may need to be taken into account.

A sample cover letter for a word processing operator is provided below for your reference:



Word Processing Operator Cover Letter Example



52 West Street
Falls Church, VA 54211

July 28, 2017

Mr. Eric Wells
Human Resource Manager
The Greer Group, Inc.
946 Bucklew Road
Falls Church, VA 22058


Dear Mr. Wells:

Your advertisement for a word processing operator in the Daily News Ads suggests that you are looking for someone who is meticulous, resourceful, competent and dependable. As someone who is all of this (and more), I offer my expertise and experience to The Greer Group, Inc. in the role of a word processing operator.

Having constantly exceeded expectations by providing timely and accurate word processing support utilizing high-quality standards and formats, I am sure that hiring me at your organization will be a great decision on your part. With my ability to maintain thorough knowledge of firm-supported software packages in order to provide maximum support, and create and edit documents, handle mail-merges, charts and graphs, I should be the obvious choice to work as a word processing operator at your organization.

As an individual who is highly organized and pays special attention to accuracy and timeliness of projects, you can be sure that no project will miss a deadline. Ensuring that all assignments are grammatically correct and error-free is my main focus. If you are looking for an individual who is responsible and consistent, and possesses exceptional comprehension of popular word processing software and techniques, then I am your person.

I will get in touch with you soon to set upan interview date and time. Until then, I am reachable at (000) 875-6362.




Chloe Castillo

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