This warm-in worker cover letter will be a good model for one you may wish to write in order to secure a job reheating blown or pressed glassware in a furnace in order to fire-polish glassware and make it malleable prior to further processing. All warm-in worker cover letters provide hiring managers an opportunity to assess applicants' potential for the job before arranging an interview. If yours stands out you could win an appointment that may lead to a job.
201 Crampton Street
Any Village, USA 33333
January 27, 2007
Mr. Reece Cordova,
Goldenrod Glassware, Inc.
1564 Goldenrod Blvd.
Any Town, USA 99999
Dear Mr. Cordova:
From your posting on JobBankUSA.com, I'm aware that you're looking for an experienced warm-in worker. This is a job I am qualified for and interested in pursuing since I've had three years of experience reheating blown or pressed glassware in a furnace in order to fire-polish glassware and make it malleable prior to further processing.
I believe an in-person meeting would be a great way to talk over the expectations you may have for the warm-in workers you hire. If you'd like to get together, please call me at 897-678-5656 and give me a time and date that is convenient for you. I look forward to your reply.
Thank you for reading my cover letter and considering me to fill this opening.