Warehouse Worker Cover Letter No Experience

Updated on June 16, 2019

Beginning your career as a warehouse worker is usually riddled with difficulties and uncertainties.

You never know how you will be perceived by an employer to whom you are sending your job application set.

 

But worrying never helps. Action does. If you are presently thinking of writing a cover letter to apply for a job, your primary concern should be that your cover letter is dressed to impress.

Many entry-level warehouse workers make a big mistake when writing cover letters, i.e., they prefer pretty colors and fonts – don’t do that.

When you have had some experience and accomplishments to boast, employers do not mind glitter here and there. But at this stage, it is best to play safe. Write in a conventional manner.

Use plain text and always send your cover letter in a PDF format for easy navigation.

 

 

Remember that it takes a lot to impress a hiring manager who has seen hundreds of impressionable cover letters.

Have no fear!

Let us help you out by providing you with a sample cover letter that can be used when you are applying for a position for which you have no experience:

See also: Warehouse Worker Resume No Experience

 

Warehouse Worker Cover Letter No Experience

 

25 South Ave
Portersville, PA 41200

June 16, 2019

Mr. Gregory Matte
Hiring Manager
International Works
792 W Eve Road
Portersville, PA 46020

 

Dear Mr. Matte:

With recent apprenticeship in a busy warehouse and having obtained my forklift license a week ago, I would like to work for International Works as a warehouse worker. As an ambitious and hardworking individual with a solid track record of contributing to the efficiency of Global Traders (the company where I worked previously) has made me a great contender.

Some of the skills that I bring to your organization include:

• Competent in handling warehouse inventory systems in sync with receiving and shipping duties.

• Highly skilled in locating and pulling orders from dedicated storage areas and ensuring that they are correctly labeled and packaged.

• Able to create shipping and receiving documentation according to specified warehouse procedures and protocols.

I was playfully dubbed “easily trainable Mike” during my apprenticeship, which reflects my sense of responsibility and ability to learn new things quickly. When we meet in person, I will be able to provide you with a broader view of my strengths, which is why I will call you soon to set up an interview time. Alternately, you can contact me at (000) 754-5214.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Michael Chan

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