Administrative Cover Letter Sample

The cover letter is a little more personal than the resume. This is the place to put anything additional the employer should know. If you just moved to the area, or have special training, you may want to put that in the letter. 

However; you don’t want to get too personal. In closing, always make sure to give them an invitation to call you and discuss the position further, as this will show you are serious about a position with their company. 

Administrative Cover Letter Sample

Jamie Byrd
2900 Old Church Way
Canal Winchester, Ohio 45908

February 9, 2019

Global Economics
263 S. Hamilton Rd.
Gahanna, Ohio 43987
Attn: HR Department

To Whom It May Concern;

I am applying for the position of executive administrative assistant as seen in The Columbus Dispatch newspaper. As you will see from my resume, which I have attached for your review, I have a great deal of experience in the administrative field. In high school I was enrolled in the Cooperative Business Education class where I learned how to type, file and answer a multi-line phone system. 

I continued my education in business and office administration at Capitol University. I have the ability to type 98 wpm. and have excellent spelling and grammar. I have been employed in an administrative position for the past 10 years and have excellent references. I know that Global Economics is a respectable company in the Columbus area and I would be proud to be a member of the team. 

Please review my resume, and contact me at your earliest convenience to discuss this position further. I can be reached on my cell phone at 614-290-7432 anytime. I can also be reached by email at jbyrd89@gmail.com.

Sincerely,

Jamie Byrd