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Judicious and structured HR coordinator ready for new challenges
Meet Andrew Nelson – a HR coordinator with a passion for employee development and strategy work. I read about the HR generalist position at [Company Name] and knew right away that I wanted to apply for the job.
I’m convinced that this job would suit me well and that I, in turn, would be a great fit for the job.
Why do I think that [Company Name] should consider me for this job?
First of all, I feel that my professional background has prepared me well for the challenges that any HR generalist has to face. My role as a HR coordinator at [Company Name] has meant a lot to me, and has provided me with invaluable experience in labor law and conflict management.
In the past, I have also worked as a recruitment specialist at [Former Employer].
Secondly, I would like to highlight the fact that my educational background meets the requirements you have for the HR generalist position. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from University of Maryland and I make it a priority to stay up to date on the topics related to my field of work.
Last, but perhaps most importantly, I believe that my personal qualities and abilities are a good match for what you at [Company Name] look for in an employee. The people I have worked with would probably describe me as organized, judicious and analytical. I have often had use for my ability to easily cooperate with others, and I as a person has a way with words, and is able to communicate clearly verbally, as well as in writing.
I hope that this brief presentation has given you an idea of who I am, and what I can bring to [Company Name]. I strongly feel that I would be able to meet your expectations, and I am looking forward to being called to an interview so that I might introduce myself further.