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Office Coordinator Cover Letter Sample

An office coordinator cover letter sample gives you something to work from when creating your own cover letter. Be sure to include pertinent information such as your previous work experience related to organization and management. Well-written office coordinator cover letters will help you gain the attention of a hiring manager who is in the market for someone with your qualifications.


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Leslie Greenfield
987 Victory Blvd.
Any Village, USA 33333
Home: (555) 555-5555
Cell: (555) 555-1234
[email protected]~CL.com

January 14, 20--

Mr. Arnold Billingsley
Hiring Manager
Sanderson Enterprises
908 University Way
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Billingsley:

Your listing on CareerJimmy.com for office coordinators for your two organizations in Any Town caught my attention. I'm looking for just such a position. I hope you'll consider me, as I am known for my ability to organize, designate, and manage employees, as well as keep an office running efficiently.

You probably receive an abundance of cover letters each week but naturally I'm hoping you will consider mine when you get to the point of hiring people to fill the openings.

Would you like to meet in person to talk over how I can be an asset to your company? If so, please call me on my cell phone: (555) 555-1234 to set up a time. I appreciate your reading my cover letter and resume giving me a chance to compete for the job.

Sincerely,

Leslie Greenfield