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Entry Level Recruiter Cover Letter

Sample Cover letter for Entry Level Recruiter

Templates of cover letter can be found in many types. Depending on your job profile you need to prepare particular letter which can grab attention of employer. For Entry Level Recruiter it is essential to mention your skills and the source of reference.

(Write your name and address)

John Shultz
253 Denver Avenue
Phone: 951-323-0151

(Write Employer’s name and address)

Daniel Richardson
Cenex Harvest States Cooperatives
3574 Poling Farm Road

Date: 12-11-2010

Dear Mr.Richardson,

(In first paragraph, include the information like why you are writing, position you are applying for and source of the job listing)

Job profile for Entry Level Recruiter mentioned in Simply Hired goes well with my working background. I am looking forward to learn more about your company needs as Cenex Harvest States Cooperatives in Anaheim is known for its best kind of services.

(In second paragraph, include the summary of your work experience.)

My work experience includes:

  • Answered and directed phone calls from front desk to various units
  • Updated and scanned clients information in the Practice Manager software for attorney access
  • Communicated with clients legal representatives on the updated information that was presented
  • Traveled to NYC Courts to file clients court papers with the City Clerk
  • Make cars reservations for customers on the computer database
  • Dispatch cars to drivers daily
  • Attended to customers and answered telephone inquiries
  • Prepare daily activities and transactions reports
  • Trained new hires on the use of business equipment and daily operations

(In third paragraph, thanks the employer and include the information about how you follow up)

In order to prove myself for this post, there is a need of one meeting. Fix the date and timing and let me know on the mentioned contact details. Kindly take this matter in to account as soon as possible.

Yours Sincerely
(John Shultz)


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