Cover letters help hiring managers assess your innermost abilities and personality. They are important not because they “cover” a resume but because they provide hiring managers with all the information that they need in order to decide if you are worthy of an interview. So the next time you write a cover letter, make sure that you have this information in your mind.
If you are new to cover letter writing, there is one thing that you must know – cover letters are not to be taken lightly. They have a specific purpose, which is to reach out to prospective employers on more levels than one. When you can successfully do this, you become a hot favorite of the hiring manager, whose next step will be to call you in for an interview.
Before you attempt writing an occupational health and safety specialist cover letter, make sure that you know exactly what it is that a hiring manager is looking for. If he is wants to hire an efficient individual, make sure that you write content that explains how you can be efficient in a real time work environment. If customer services skills is what he is looking for, provide an example of an accomplishment that you have to your name, which came about because of your exceptional customer service skills.
25 Jennifer Street
Ellenwood, GA 20101
October 24, 2016
Mr. Brody Jackson
Manager Human Resource
York Healthcare System
320 Farm Road
Ellenwood, GA 08280
Dear Mr. Jackson:
Who knows health risks across many industries more than someone who has worked as an occupational health and safety specialist for over 12 years? As a seasoned professional who has had considerable exposure to different work environments and knows inside-out what risks employees face on a daily basis, you will find me insightful of the job.
Here is a short list of some of the qualifications that I have in this arena:
• Successful track record of developing, documenting and programming direction for system-wide occupational health and safety
• Demonstrated ability to coordinate development of standardized injury prevention initiatives and implement effective counter-measure programs
• Effectively able to plan, conduct and document inspections and tests and coordinate and perform site-specific audits in accordance to 29 CFR 1926
If you are interested in finding out how I managed to implement a complex occupational health and safety program (with a success rate of 98%) in an industry setting, please feel free to call me at (000) 210-3333. I will be in touch with you after some days to set up an interview date and time.
Thank you for your time and consideration.