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Traffic Signal Electrician Cover Letter Sample

A traffic signal electrician cover letter sample is offered as an example of one you could write when you apply for a position with the city. Traffic signal electrician cover letters should reflect the job seekers' knowledge and experience in this field and be specific about his or her ability to do this work.

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Ralph Hinton
690 Grand Avenue
Any Village, USA 33333
888-888-8888
[email protected]~coverletter.com

June 19, 20--

Mr. Ronald McGee,
Hiring Manager
Bay City USA City Hall
300 Central Avenue
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. McGee:

CareerJimmy.com posted your ad for traffic signal electricians to apply to your office for positions that need immediately filling. I am in this line of work and am interested in speaking with you about the specific responsibilities you have for the people you hire.

I have worked in this capacity for Big City, USA, installing, maintaining, and modifying traffic signals and associated equipment. I also perform emergency repairs when signals malfunction. In addition I have an Electrician’s Credential from Big City Career School, as you’ll note on my attached resume.

Today I am writing cover letters with the goal of being interviewed for one of these openings. If you are interested and free to meet with me, please call me on my cell phone--888-888-8888 to find a time that suits us both.

Thank you for considering my credentials and me. I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Ralph Hinton