Do you want to apply for a job as a Marketing Coordinator? The first step is to write your cover letter, not always the easiest of tasks. On this page we’ve gathered a couple of tips to make the task less complicated.
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My name is Kenneth Hall, and I am currently working as a marketing coordinator at [Company Name] in Boston. I have been with my current employer for fourteen 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 marketing coordinator position at [Company Name].
I’m convinced that I would meet every expectation you have of the person hired for this job.
I would like to highlight three main qualities that I believe make me the right person for this position.
The first would be my experience. During my fourteen years at [Company Name], I was able to cultivate my interest in organizing and developing marketing plans. This, in turn, allowed me to develop new skills in this area – skills that I would like to hone further, as a member of your team at [Company Name]. Furthermore, I feel that my experience in research and communication has contributed significantly to my overall development.
Secondly, I feel that my educational background makes me well suited for a job at [Company Name]. I have a Bachelor’s degree in communication from University of Notre Dame and I have also completed several courses in Microsoft Office and Photoshop.
When working as a marketing coordinator, it is important to have the right traits for the job. I am good at structuring my workload in a way that makes each day as efficient as possible. I am also a communicative person who is naturally very creative.
A cover letter can say a lot about a person, but certainly far from everything. I have my fingers crossed in the hope that I will get to meet you to tell you more about myself, and how I might contribute to the future success of [Company Name].