A cover letter appended to resume is an important marketing document to sell your CNA skills and expertise to the potential employer. This document helps the employers in screening out the appropriate CNA candidates they wish to interview. A resume will illustrate your skills and experience in short, but a cover letter includes detailed information on why you are the best fit for the particular job application and why you must be recruited. It will give the employer enough reason to accept you as the potential candidate as the cover letter will elucidate your interest in the current medical facility.
Cover letter is important because:
A cover letter must be such that it can draw the attention of the employer. Here are some points that you must keep in mind while writing the cover letter:
82, Hanover Circle,
Alabama – 35205
Mr. Thomas Davis
Human Resource Manager
702, South 13th Street,
Lanett, Alabama- 36863
Dear Mr. Davis,
I came to know that your healthcare facility has a requirement for the certified nurse assistant, through one of the leading job portals. My skills match with the requirements that you are looking for; therefore, I wish to present my application for the same.
I have a keen desire to help the people in need and want to contribute towards the society. I possess some work experience in this field, which I gained during my internship. I’m generous and calm by nature and polite in words. I am acquainted with the duties and responsibilities of a CNA, like feeding and nursing the patients, administering medicines to them, shifting, moving from bed to wheelchair and vice-versa, cleaning, bathing, changing and hygiene of the surroundings, etc. I’m a fast learner and flexible to work in shifts. I know how to take safety measures and how to react in emergency conditions.
I hope that you will consider my resume positively. You can reach me at (133)-920-5672 in case an interview needs to be scheduled. Thanking you for devoting your precious time in considering my resume.