The applicant in this occupational therapist assistant cover letter focuses on her ability to assist occupational therapists in providing occupational therapy treatments and procedures and may assist developing treatment plans, carrying out routine functions, directing activity programs, and documenting the progress of treatments according to State laws. All occupational therapist assistant cover letters should include this and any other information relevant to the specific job in order to garner the hiring manager's attention and land an interview.
98 Jensen Drive
Any City, Alabama 45673
July 5, 2005
Mr. John Austin,
Community Occupational Therapists
200 Center Street
Any City, Alabama 45632
Dear Mr. Austin:
I've been working as an occupational therapist assistant at Community Hospital for about three years. When I saw your listing on JobBankUSA.com for such a position, however, I became interested in changing employers. In fact, that is the purpose of this introductory cover letter-to ask for an opportunity to be considered for this opening at your clinic.
I believe you would be pleased with my work, as I am good with people, state certified for this work and interested in helping patients recover their ability to work. May I come by for an interview and to introduce myself in person? At that time I can share more of what I've accomplished in this field and find out what you look for in the occupational therapists assistants you hire.
Please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 to arrange an interview. I look forward to hearing from you soon.