Maintenance Supervisor Cover Letter Sample

Updated on: December 19, 2017

Hiring managers often find it quite a task to go through so many cover letters, and the ones that they find the best in every way, are the only ones accepted. Others are carefully axed or archived.

What does one do to make sure that the future of your cover letter is a little more certain than this? Start on the right foot, and you will end up on the right one too. How?

The rule is simple. Remember the GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out) rule?

It is still very much in fashion. If you provide hiring managers with a cover letter that is great on all accounts, there is a huge chance that your candidature will be accepted, and your cover letter will be given due respect.

Pay attention to the content specifically. Take a look at the following sample for assistance:


Maintenance Supervisor Cover Letter Example



December 19, 2017

Mr. Robin Toot
Human Resource Manager
Garfield Cold Corporation
20210 Forsyth Road
Macon, GA 85421


Dear Mr. Toot:

I have been working as a maintenance supervisor for a large conglomerate for over 6 years, and have been quite successful in creating and implementing maintenance policies and procedures that are workable on a wide scale. With this talent, and a plethora of others, I am sure that I will be the perfect fit for a Maintenance Supervisor position at Garfield Cold Corporation.

My ability to perform highly diversified duties to install and maintain all types of systems, and provide both emergency and unscheduled repairs is exceptional to say the least. Owing to the fact that my skills are not limited to the mechanical end of the work, I can handle most systems of electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic machines, as far as repair and maintenance is concerned. Since, my leadership skills are extraordinary, I can lead an excellent team of maintenance workers who never compromise on quality, and always deliver on time.

Moreover, my skills in creating and maintaining relationships with both external and internal parties involved in maintenance work, are highly polished. And if you are in the market to hire an individual who has exceptional skills in handling the various methods and techniques involved in troubleshooting and repairing, then I am your person.

I will contact you soon to provide you with a wider view of my professional existence. Until that is done, I am available at (000) 524-5210 for any further information that you need.




Allen King

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