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Sample Locomotive Firer Cover Letter






The job seeker who wrote this locomotive firer cover letter shows his understanding of the tasks involved in this job: monitoring locomotive instruments and watching for dragging equipment, obstacles on right-of-way, and train signals during a run. Such employees also check supply inventories, such as fuel, water, and sand, to ensure safe, efficient operation during a run. They also inspect the locomotive to detect damaged or worn parts. Locomotive firer cover letters should display a clear knowledge of the process and the procedures necessary to do the job and that will land the applicants an interview.


Garth Benson
87 Ninth Avenue
Hopperville, WA 22222

January 9, 2006


Mr. Anthony Lawson
Hiring Manager
R & R Rail Systems
65 Jordan Drive
Hopperville, WA 22222

Dear Mr. Lawson:

When I visited JobBankUSA.com today, I was happy to see your listing for a locomotive firer. This is the job I'm looking for. I've worked in the rail industry for twelve years doing various tasks. I'm especially suited to actions that fit the description of what you are looking for. I am an efficient and careful inspector and I am attentive to the ongoing needs of locomotives in my charge, including checking supply inventories, such as fuel, and water, and ensuring safety during all runs.

If you'd like to explore this job further to see if I meet your criteria, please call me at 789-675-9999 to set up a time that works best for your schedule. I look forward to meeting you in person to show you that I am well qualified for this job. I appreciate your reading my cover letter and resume and considering me for this position.

Sincerely,


Garth Benson

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