Sample Nurse-Midwife Cover Letter


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When writing a nurse-midwife cover letter be sure the hiring manager knows you have experience with deliveries and after-care for pregnant women-both of which are essential to this position. Also mention your training and experience. All nurse-midwife cover letters should provide details about what the applicants can bring to the job that may separate them from other job seekers.


Maureen Swift, R.N.
678 Carmel Lane
Any City, USA 23232

June 10, 2006


Ms. Byron Grave,
Hiring Manager
Middleton Midwifery Services
45 Ronson Road
Any Town, USA 78956

Dear Ms. Grave:

I understand from your listing on JobBankUSA.com you are in the market for a trained and experienced nurse-midwife to help with your expanding clientele. With this cover letter I am applying for this position. I have been an assistant and then a full-time midwife with training as a registered nurse for five years at Community Hospital and Birthing Clinic in Westbury, Connecticut.

Would you like to meet to talk over this job? I'd enjoy speaking with you in person. Please call me on my cell phone: 785-897-3434 to set up an interview at your convenience. Thank you for considering me for this opening and for reading my cover letter and resume. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,


Maureen Swift, R.N.

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