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Electrician Cover Letter

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Electrician Cover Letter

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A couple of words from your future electrician

My name is Jessica Thomas, and I am currently working as an electrician at [Current Employer] in Las Vegas. I have been with my current employer for 5 years – a time which has offered exciting opportunities and professional growth.

I do, however, feel that the time has come for me to look for new challenges and take the next step in my career. For this reason, I was delighted to read about the electrician position at [Company Name].

I believe I am just the right person for you!

There are many reasons for this, but I would like to emphasize the following:

First and foremost, I know that my previous work experiences have given my the knowledge and skills required to be able to handle and learn the tasks that are essential to the electrician position. Aside from providing me with the tools to handle the challenges any company in the construction industry might face, my work as an electrician at [Current Employer] has also allowed me to explore my interest in installing, maintaining and repairing electrical wiring. Furthermore, I have gained experience in repairing and replacing equipment, which I believe would be very useful when working as an electrician.

Secondly, I would like to highlight my education. I have an Electrician degree from Michigan State University. Aside from gaining the requisite knowledge taught in my classes, I also feel that I have really developed my ability to learn and integrate new skills and information quickly.

There is much to be said for experience and education, but most vital to succeeding at a job are someone’s personal qualities. I am very service-oriented and I have tendency to approach work in a structured manner. I would also describe myself as cooperative, self-reliant and quality-conscious.

It is now time for me to stop writing and start hoping that I will get the chance to meet your team at [Company Name], so that we can get to know each other better and talk further about how we can work together to secure your continued success.

Best regards,

Jessica Thomas