Warehouse Material Handler Cover Letter Sample

Updated on: October 16, 2015

Guidelines

Enthusiasm sells. If you want to show a prospective employer that you want to work for them, being enthusiastic in a cover letter is all that you need to do. The rest will fall into place itself. Show hiring managers that you have researched the position and the organization, so that they know that they are dealing with a professional. Be courteous but let your personality show.

Nothing looks worse than a generic cover letter for warehouse material handler resume. If you do not create a warehouse material handler cover letter that highlights your skills set and credentials consistent with the job advertisement, you are making a big mistake – an unforgivable one. You might argue how a hiring manager will know that you have sent the same cover letter to a dozen other places. Generic cover letters are tell-tales. It is obvious from them that the candidate has made one general sounding cover letter and sent it off to many places.

Even if you customize the employer’s information on each generic cover letter that you send out, the tone of the letter will make it obvious that it is not a targeted one. These may seem like small things but they make a huge difference. Always, always write a letter that is specific to the position that you are applying for.

Here is a targeted cover letter sample for a warehouse material handler resume:

 

Warehouse Material Handler Cover Letter Sample

 

Jerry Ward
587 8th Street
Kaneohe, HI 52209
(555) 555-5555
Jerry @ email . com

October 16, 2015

Mr. Gregory Moore
Hiring Manager
Springs Window Fashions
1007 Grote Road
Kaneohe, HI 56129

 

Dear Mr. Moore:

Saying that I am greatly interested in a working as a warehouse material handler position at Springs Window Fashions will be an understatement. Having followed the expansion of your organization for the past 3 years, I was pleasantly surprised and super excited to find out that there is a vacancy.

As an energetic individual with over 9 years of experience in a warehouse environment, I offer you benefit of the following skills:

• Hands-on experience in pulling orders from storage areas in an accurate and safe manner
• Demonstrated expertise in verifying parts and / or materials and reporting shortages or damages
• Proficient in utilizing manual and power lifts and forklifts to move materials within a warehouse
• Adept at performing cycle counts, inventory control and shelf stocking duties

At the first chance that you get, I would like to meet with you in person to discuss the details of this position. I will be in touch with your office after few days to follow-up. If you need to contact me before, please contact me at (555) 555-5555.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Jerry Ward

Enc: Resume