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Sample Graphic Artist Bindery Worker Cover Letter






A graphic artist bindery worker cover letter displays the applicant's training and talent in graphic artistry as an enhancement to her basic book binding skills. The individual writing this letter shows how a combination of graphic arts and the craft of binding books work together for the employer and the employee. All graphic artist bindery worker cover letters can be improved by showing the hiring manager how combined skills make for a better employee.


Jill Jobhunter
903 Wayside Drive
Any Place, USA 33333September 10, 2006


Mr. George King
Hiring Manager
Best Way Book Bindery
8 Mountain View Blvd.
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. King:

I am a member of a family of bookbinders, starting with my grandfather and coming down the generations to me. However, I have added graphic arts training to my resume of skills which enhance my worth to a prospective employer. I have the mechanical aptitude necessary to work the binding machines and now the creativity of a graphic artist which broadens my ability to work in the bindery profession.

I am writing this cover letter to let you know that I would like very much to fill the position for graphic artist bindery worker advertised on JobBankUSA.com. Can we meet in person to discuss what I can bring to this job? I know that graphic artist bindery workers have been in short supply. That's why I jumped the gun and got my certificate through Universal Vocational School in Norwood, Ohio. Now I'm eager to start this new line of work.

May we get together to discuss this position and how I am qualified to fill it? Please phone me at 777-777-7777 so we can arrange a date and time that suits your schedule.

Sincerely,


Jill Jobhunter

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