Monday, 19 March 2012

Sample Certified Nursing Assistant Cover Letter

A cover letter is drafted to accompany resume and the main purpose is to get your resume read by the employer. A cover letter drafted with perfection and a professional resume can work wonders for a job applicant. While drafting a cover letter, make sure to keep it direct and to the point. It is platform which can used to showcase your skills, qualifications and experience in the brightest light possible. There is famous quote which says “Resume sells your skills and qualifications but a cover letter sells you.”

A nursing assistant needs to qualified and certified from the medical board in order to take care of the patients. The most important skill required to be a nursing assistant is the ability to emphasize with the patients. If you think you have the required  passion and commitment for the sick, then this is the job profile for you. When drafting your nursing assistant cover letter make sure to match up your skills for the job like ability to provide extra care to the patients and sensitivity required in this profession. Here is a sample cover letter for certified nursing assistant. You can script your own cover letter and make necessary changes according to your requirements.

                      Sample Certified Nursing Assistant Cover Letter

Elizabeth C. Bell
Head Of Department
St. Thomas civil hospital
4222 Loving Acres Road
Grapevine, TX 76051
Mireya E. McCarty
3910, Martha Ellen Drive
Elko, NV 89801
Phone: 808-491-8965

Dear Mrs. Bell,

While going through the news paper jobs section, I found the job listing for the position of certified nursing assistant. I could not stop myself from applying for this job as it matches to my skills and area of expertise. I am ready to relocate for the job.

As you can see in the enclosed resume I have work experience of over 8 years in the field of health and medical care. Apart from this, I have got a strong academic background in nursing. I completed my post graduation in nursing from the University of New York. I just completed an internship that helped me to develop my communication skills. It is my strong belief that I can provide significant and most importantly valuable contribution to the hospital.

I would really appreciate if you provide me the opportunity to discuss how my education and professional experience will be useful for your hospital. I will contact you day after tomorrow on phone to discuss about possibility of scheduling an interview.

Mireya E. McCarty

Thursday, 15 March 2012

Sample Letter of Recommendation Negative

When hiring a job aspirant, organizations ask for a recommendation letter form the previous employers. Now it's the duty of the previous employer to provide information about the ex-employee and draft the recommendation letter. If the employee was not good with their work and was unprofessional, then the negative letter of recommendation is drafted. Do not provide an false information and it is always recommended that provide proof with it. Use professional language and mention all the reasons why the person was not a good employee. Avoid using profanity or any aggressive words in the letter no matter how bad the employee was.

Stephen J. Brown
Human Resource Management
Mother Teresa hospital
4661 Thomas Street
Liberty ville, IL 60048

Harold R. Legg
Human Resource Manager
St. Vincent civil hospital
2766 Hickman Street
Hickory Hills, IL 60457

Dear Mr. Brown,

Beverly Holt was an employee of St. Vincent civil hospital as a registered nurse from July 2005 to May 2009. Her job responsibility included looking after patients in the out patient department.

She was very indisciplined and never completed her duties and responsibilities on time. She was very unprofessional during her tenure as she took various uninformed leave and had a very casual approach toward her job. She was hired on the post of registered nurse on the basis of the vast experience she had, yet she showed complete incompetence toward her job. Her duty was to monitor the condition of the patients and make reports based on it. However, errors were found in the maintained data, which was completely unacceptable. She was not able to handle the work pressure. Despite of repeated warnings and administrative action, she never showed any signs of improvement.

Her nature of turning a deaf ear to the provided suggestions prevented her form becoming a good nurse though she is sufficiently talented to do so. Miss Holt's services were not up to the mark, owing to which she was asked to resign. However she will be good at duties that do not require a great deal of responsibility.

I would suggest you not to hire Miss Beverly Holt for any job in the nursing field where the employee is true to there profession and respect there work. Thank you for going through this letter and for your time. I hope you consider my request.

Harold R. Legg

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Sample Follow Up of Telephone Call

Cover letter is a widely used document in the corporate world. It is a medium of communication for various proposals. A telephone call follow up letter is written to thank the employer for contacting you. This letter is also used as a platform to follow up with the hiring procedure and to get updated with latest ongoing the job possibility. This letter will help you get noticed by the employer and in the mean time you can demonstrate your professional skills and increase the interview chances or even better, you might end up getting the job.

If you are unaware of how to write a cover letter, here is a sample follow up cover letter for telephone call. You can customize the letter with your requirement and draft your own follow up letter.
Edna L. Perez
Human Resource Manager
Newman and Co Legal Firm
3871 Brown Bear Drive
Corona, CA 91720

Nathaniel C. Elsass
903, Tecumsah Lane
Waterloo, IA 50703
Phone: 319-233-0172

Date: February 7, 2012

Dear Ms Perez

I wish to take this opportunity to thank you for contacting me today. On the basis of our telephone conversation, I have attached the required document with this letter. I have 5 years of work experience as a legal advisor. Prior to this job, I was working in Gemini, Leo and Dollop Legal Firm as a legal advisor. I would like to build my career as a criminal lawyer owing to my interest in criminal law.

I completed my graduation in law from University of New York in 2006. Owing to my special interest in criminal law, I would like to continue my career as a criminal lawyer that will increase my productivity and help me work better.
I have in-depth knowledge of legal codes and proceedings and posses huge experience in identifying relevant law, legal articles and court decisions that are appropriate for the assigned cases and have a first hand exposure of the criminal legal department.

My job responsibility in Gemini, Leo and Dollop was to represent clients in court or before government agencies. Other job responsibilities included attending meetings with clients, collection information about the case, preparing pre-trial papers and various other legal documents. Apart from this I was also assisting senior lawyers in legal arguments, draft pleadings and motions.

I look forward to hear from you. Attached is a copy of my experience certificates along with a couple of references from my previous job.

Nathaniel C. Elsass