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How to Write Cover Letter for Clerical Assistant
Tuesday, 3 May 2011
Cover Letter for Clerical Assistant

Clerical jobs offer support to employers and other employees within a business who look for administrative support. A cover letter must give the company to which you are applying a sense of your appropriateness for the job, your style of working and to some degree, your character. Writing a cover letter which clearly conveys your earlier administrative and clerical experience with different companies would assist you to land an interview once you’ve submitted your application, particularly if it outlines things you were able to achieve above and beyond the call of duty. Taking the time to cautiously craft your letter would pay off in the long run.

Instructions to Write Cover Letter    

·        Write an opening statement explaining the way through which you heard about the position and why you’re interested in it. You could include information about who referred you to this position, the reason for your interest in working with the company and why you want to work as a clerical assistant.

·        In a few words, discuss your educational background and any previous jobs which make you eligible for this position. If you’ve never held an administrative or clerical position before, highlight the responsibilities of your earlier jobs or volunteer experiences which are related to the job description.

·        Speak about what you have to offer the company, particularly if this is something which sets you apart from other applicants for this position. Make use of past examples of your work to exemplify this point. For instance, if you worked for an established and created a filing system for its documents, you must mention this to show your organizational skills and your capability to innovate.  

·        Proofread and edit your letter no less than 3 times before you send it with your resume. Make sure that you’ve spelled everything properly, not just in the body of the letter but also in terms of the individual and company to whom it’s been addressed. Make sure that all contact details which you have supplied for yourself are also correct. Don’t write the letter more than one page.      

 


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