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HR-Assistant Cover Letter

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HR-Assistant Cover Letter

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Organized HR-assistant with ability to cooperate

My name is Melissa Cook, and I have a background within public service, where I’ve primarily worked with administration and organization. Now I’m looking for new and exciting challenges.

When I read about the HR-Assistant position at [Company Name], it definitely piqued my interest.

This job would suit me perfectly!

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 HR-Assistant position. Aside from providing me with the tools to handle the challenges any company might face within this area, my work as an HR-Assistant at [Former Employer] has also allowed me to develop my skills in assisting the HR-management. Furthermore, I have gained experience in both recruitment and conflict management, which I believe would be very useful when working as a HR-Assistant.

Secondly, I feel that my educational background makes me well suited for a job at [Company Name]. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from Emory University. I have also completed a course in labor law and a course in Microsoft Excel.

Last, but certainly not least, I think that my personal traits and abilities make me the right person for this job. I have both the desire and capacity to understand the perspectives and ideas of the people around me, and I know that my cooperative ability has been appreciated by my previous employers.

Furthermore, I am organized and achievement-oriented in my professional role.

I hope that this brief presentation has given you a small taste of who I am, and what I can bring to your team. I also hope that I will be given the opportunity to meet you for an interview, so that I may give you an even better idea of why I am the right person for you.

Best regards,

Melissa Cook