Cover letters for autism positions are used as a means of your initial introduction to the prospective employer.
Therefore, an autism cover letter must be written in a way that proves you as a great candidate by highlighting your pertinent skills, qualifications, and experiences.
To write an effective cover letter, you need to derive information from the job description to relate your profile to the employer’s needs.
Take a look at the following example to get ideas on how to write a winning cover letter for an Autism Resume.
253 South Wales Street
New York, NY 12074
November 13, 2022
Mr. David Smith
352 Some Avenue
New York, NY 25321
Dear Mr. Smith:
As a compassionate and dexterous individual, I am very interested in managing the needs of children with autism and developmental delays. Through Autism Specialist position at ABC School, I’d be able to apply my skills and abilities to contribute to your cause and mission efficiently.
As you will note from the attached resume, I am very skilled in planning, developing, and organizing service delivery options to meet the needs of students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). I am able to consult and train staff and manage behavioral plans and behavioral supports.
Moreover, I am well versed in assisting instructional workers in the growth of complete program plans. My ability to work with associated service providers, general schooling teachers, families, and other agencies would be an asset to your school. Reliable customer service, communication, and leadership skills gained through my earlier experiences at various schools set me apart.
I believe these are the kinds of skills and abilities you are expecting from an Autism Specialist and would like very much to meet with you to discuss this further. I will call you next week to see if a meeting could be arranged. If you need to get in touch with me before, please call me at (000) 854-5214.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Attachment. Resume and Recommendation Letter