Example of a Human Resources Job Search Cover Letter

A Writing Tip: Jobs in human resources can vary from employee recruiter to account assistant to patent agent and more. Generally, when you see a list of opportunities in this field you'll need to narrow your search to jobs that are in line with your particular talent, education, and work experience. Then be sure to address that specific career choice in your cover letter, focusing on the details the hiring manager lists on the job board. Be clear about what you can do and why you want this position and feel suited to apply for it.

Job Search Jimmy

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Marjorie Job Searcher
563 Professional Avenue
Any Town, USA 11111
Home: (777) 777-7777
Cell: (222) 222-2222
mjobsearcher@jobworthy.com

January 2, 20--

Mr. Les Barlow
Hiring Manager
Tri-City Advertising Company
120 Right Way Highway
Big Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Barlow:

As I write a number of cover letters today in search of a job in human resources as an employee recruiter, I came across your post on JobSearchJimmy.com. It seems you are in the market for a person to fill this very slot at Tri-City Advertising.

My attached resume will provide details about my experience in human resources, specifically as an employee recruiter. I've received awards for my work at Any Town Community Resources, and have been responsible for bringing top-notch people into our company—individuals with unique talent and ideas that have improved many facets of our business.

I feel certain I could offer you the same service if you decided to hire me for this position at your company. I know how important it is to find and keep outstanding people working for one's organization.

It would be a pleasure for me to meet with you by phone or in person to talk about your need for an employee recruiter and how I might be the one to fill this slot and then get to work to find and hire the best possible men and women for the various positions you have open at Tri-City Advertising.

Perhaps you'd like to meet in person in order to find out more about me and to give me an opportunity to learn more about your company and the particular characteristics you are looking for in the persons you hire in the human resources department.

If so, please call me at 777-777-7777 to schedule an interview or meeting. Meanwhile, thank you for taking a moment to look over my cover letter and resume.

I promise you will not be sorry if you hire me. I always commit my best work and my best self to all of my endeavors—both personal and professional.

Sincerely,

Marjorie Job Searcher

A tip you can use: It is, of course, up to you to write your own human resources cover letter. The one above is meant as a guide for you to follow as you compose one that is unique to you and your talents.

Job Search Jimmy

WARNING: Don't apply for another job in Human Resources without adding your own customized interview-getting "secret sentence" to the top of your cover letter...

Free Career Quiz Creates Your
"Secret Sentence" That Lands Human Resource Job Interviews Like Crazy...

... 99.9% of all job seekers don't have a clue about this... not a clue! You're about to receive an unusual, eye-grabbing, fully "customized for you" secret sentence you can quickly add to the TOP of your cover letter... and it's free!

Question #1


Are you a man or a woman?