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Sample Grounds Services Instructor Cover Letter






When writing a grounds services instructor cover letter be sure the hiring manager knows you have experience teaching, coaching, instructing those who will provide classroom instruction, on-the-job training, and orientation sessions for new and experienced ground personnel on various subjects, such as aircraft and station familiarization, company policies and procedures, and specific job duties. All grounds services instructor cover letters should provide details about what the applicants can bring to the job that may separate them from other job seekers.


Marvin Thomas
908 Gable Lane
Any City, USA 23232

June 10, 2006


Mr. Larry Bradford,
Hiring Manager
Rosemont Air Field
67 Rosemont Road
Any Town, USA 78956

Dear Mr. Bradford:

I understand from your listing on JobBankUSA.com that you are in the market for a trained ground services instructor with at least two years of experience conducting classroom instruction, on-the-job training, and orientation sessions for new and experienced ground personnel on various subjects, such as aircraft and station familiarization, company policies and procedures, and specific job duties.

I am well suited and trained for this position and would really appreciate being able to speak with you in person about this job and how I will facilitate and train the men and women in ground personnel.

Would you like to meet to talk over this job? If so, 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. My resume lists my previous employment and how I can do whatever is expected of ground services instructors.

Sincerely,


Marvin Thomas

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