A charge nurse is a registered nurse who is responsible for a particular area within a hospital like an emergency room or a ward. They may be required to prepare work schedules for nursing staff and ensure supplies are maintained.
Your cover letter for Charge Nurse position is usually the first contact you will have with a potential employer. If it is targeted and compelling, your letter will lead the recruiter to read your resume.
Below is a sample cover letter for a charge nurse resume that you can effectively use to apply for this position.
553 Vail Street
Las Vegas, NV 51456
emma.w @ email . com
April 10, 2016
Mr. Kenny Denzel
Family Health Hospital
536 Gravel Rock Street
Las Vegas, NV 55554
Dear Mr. Denzel:
With extensive experience in long term care and comprehensive knowledge of Federal and State nursing regulations, I would like to apply for Charge Nurse position at Family Health Hospital.
Previously, I have worked in the emergency room of Nashville Hospital where I comprehend the need for patience and organization. As a dedicated registered nurse, I am comfortable with all aspects of this job including staff development and training, supervising nursing staff , communicating with all health care providers and partners, coordinating and implementing nursing care and documenting those timely and exactly.
Moreover, I am highly skilled in counseling nurses in terms of medicine administration and patient comfort. Besides my regular duties, I also possess the ability to manage stocks and inventory of medical appliances. Additionally, I possess exceptional communication skills that are necessary for writing reports and managing patients’ papers.
I would like to meet with you in order to elaborate on how I can add value to your facility. I will call your office after some days to ask for a convenient date of interview. Should you need to talk with me in the interim, I will be available at (000) 999-9001.
Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.