A business community association manager cover letter is the best way for a prospective employee to display his or her expertise in the area of managing a community of business owners in an industrial business complex. Be sure to let the hiring manager know what you can do, such as leasing space, managing the tenants, and making sure the rules and regulations of the community are carried out. All business community cover letters should include a reference to the applicants' training, experience, and enthusiasm for the work.
303 90th Street
Any Place, USA 33333
May 18, 2006
Ms. Rita Burvee,
Shoreline Business Development Complex
462 Salsbury Street
Any Town, USA 99999
Dear Ms. Burvee:
According to a posting I read on JobBankUSA.com, you're currently in the market for a business community association manager. I'd like to think I'm the person for the job! I have experience managing real estate property and I have worked in a business complex for the past three years, so I am familiar with the duties of this position, interacting with tenants, handling leases, carrying out association rules and regulations.
I hope we can meet soon and that you'll find me the perfect candidate for the job even though you are likely to interview other business community association managers before making your final selection. I appreciate your attention to my cover letter and resume and look forward to speaking with you soon.