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Naval Architect Cover Letter Sample

A naval architect cover letter sample is provided here to show how a job applicant can apply for a position that requires the planning and drawing of any kind of floating structure. Naval architect cover letters should reflect the job seekers' credentials, knowledge, and experience in the work required.

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Conrad Borden
764 Peterson Street
Any Town, USA 33333
[email protected]

May 4, 20--

Mr. Philip Ashley
Hiring Manager
Riverdale Naval Company
200 Main Street
Anytown, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Ashley:

I recently read on of your interest in speaking with experienced naval architects to fill potential openings for such professionals at your shipbuilding company. I imagine you'll be receiving many cover letters from eager job seekers. However, I am hoping that you will be interested in speaking with me since I have a degree in naval architecture as well as five years of experience in this field while employed by Waterside Shipbuilding Company in Waterside, USA.

For detailed information about my work, please take a look at my enclosed resume. I have been acknowledged for my various duties and for the creativity I brought to my position.

Are you available to meet with me to talk over how I can bring my experience and expertise to your company and so I can learn more about your expectations for the people you hire? If so, feel free to call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 to choose a time and date.

Thank you very much for reading my cover letter and resume. I look forward to hearing from you soon.


Conrad Borden