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Parks And Recreation Supervisor Cover Letter Sample

A parks and recreation supervisor cover letter sample shows you how to respond in writing to an ad for a job overseeing a city parks and recreation department. Parks and recreation supervisor cover letters should indicate your knowledge and experience in this line of work.

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Laura Carpenter
165 Tanner Street
Any Village, USA 33333
888-888-8888
[email protected]~coverletter.com

August 3, 20--

Mr. Samuel Eastwood
Hiring Manager
Any Town Parks and Recreation
45 Main Street
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Eastwood:

This week on CareerJimmy.com I read of your interest in interviewing experienced parks and recreation supervisors or assistant supervisors for an opening that will be ready to fill within the next three months.

I am interested in being considered for this position as I have been an assistant to the supervisor and then promoted to lead supervisor of parks and recreation in Big City for five years.

You’ll see from my attached resume that I have taught nature classes, managed personnel, interacted with the public, and promoted new activities to stimulate community interest.

If you’re available to meet in person to talk over this job, please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 to arrange a time. I appreciate your taking a look at my cover letter and resume. I am eager to meet you and to find out more about this job.

Sincerely,

Laura Carpenter