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Benefits Coordinator Cover Letter Sample

A benefits coordinator cover letter sample can help you write a great letter of your own when applying for a job in the benefits industry where you'll be helping employees understand and make use of their benefits. Benefits coordinator cover letters should reflect the job seekers' knowledge and experience in this field and be specific about his or her ability to do the work required.

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Darlene Wells
890 Harbor Avenue
Any Town, USA 33333

September 20, 20--

Ms. Amy Williams,
Hiring Manager
Universal Clothing Company
320 Martindale Blvd.
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Ms. Williams:

I appreciated reading on that you are ready to hire two benefits coordinators for your company's two locations. I would like to be considered for one of these positions as I am experienced in the field and have an excellent track record as a loyal and informed employee.

If you are making appointments for interviews, I would appreciate being considered for one of them. As you can see from my enclosed resume I have had five years of experience at Global Health Insurance Company in the benefits office. I am writing cover letters today with the hope of finding a new position in this field at a company, such as yours, which is closer to my home.

If you're interested in meeting me, please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 so we can arrange a time that fits your schedule. I'd welcome hearing more about what you are looking for in the people you hire and sharing with you how I can fit into your company. Thank you for reviewing my cover letter and resume. I hope to hear from you soon.


Darlene Wells