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Gallery Assistant Cover Letter

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Gallery Assistant Cover Letter

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Call off the search for your new gallery assistant, I'm here!

My name is Robby Mee and I am currently an art and history major at Birmingham City University. I am now looking for a job where I can use everything I’ve learned during the course of my education, while getting the chance to further hone my skills and learn a proper profession. With this in mind, I was very excited to read about the available position as gallery assistant at Whistlefish.

I am convinced that this job would suit me well and that I, in turn, would be a great fit for the job.

First of all I believe I have the right experience as I’ve worked as a sales representative at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. Aside from providing me with the tools to handle the challenges any gallery might face, I’ve also gained experience in customer service and sales, which I believe would be very useful when working as a gallery assistant.

I also have the right educational background to meet the requirements for the gallery assistant position. Studying at Birmingham City University has been very valuable to me in several key ways. Aside from acquiring the skills and knowledge associated with art and history, I have also managed to build a sizable network, and have had the opportunity to participate in exciting projects, in addition to my academic coursework.

Experience and knowledge are important aspects, but they tend to pale in comparison to having the right personal qualities. I am often described as flexible, sociable and service-minded – traits that I believe are all important to succeeding as gallery assistant.

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 Whistlefish.

Yours truly,

Robby Mee