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Sample Cue Selector Cover Letter






When writing a cue selector cover letter be sure the individual who does the hiring knows your experience as one who can integrate a prerecorded theme, background, and bridge music with the story line and film sequence in a motion picture or TV program. All cue selector cover letters should specify the applicants' experience and training.


Raymond Lundquist
678 Barber Road
Any City, USA 23232

April 15, 2007


Mr. Kenneth Gill,
Hiring Manager
National Film Company
89 Idyllwild Avenue
Any City, USA 78956

Dear Mr. Gill:

I noticed on JobBankUSA.com that you are looking for a cue selector for your film and television productions. I would like to apply for that job, which is the purpose of my cover letter. I am interested in and qualified to integrate a prerecorded theme, background, and bridge music with the story line and film sequence in a motion picture or TV program.

I learned this trade as an apprentice at NIC-TV in Bridgeside, Maine. Now I live in your region of the country and am looking for similar employment closer to home. I hope that my qualifications and background (please see my resume) will qualify me to fill this opening at your company.

I'll be happy to meet you to show you my credentials, and samples of some of the work I've done. Please call me at 879-678-6543 as your convenience. I look forward to meeting you and finding out more about what you are looking for in the cue selectors you hire.

Thank you for reading my cover letter and considering me for this position. I look forward to receiving your response.

Sincerely,


Raymond Lundquist

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