Cover Letters for Medical Jobs (Nursing)
What is cover letter? A very important question for every job seeker's, Usually people searching for a job send their resume to the concern department or person. Suppose the recruiter receives thousands of resume, then after opening the emails what will he look for? The answer is cover letter, which defines the essential part of the resume i.e. your credentials. Through the cover letter, the recruiter will get a brief idea about your professional and personal details. The cover letter proves to be very useful in getting an interview call. This trend has become very popular in the recent times. There might be situations when the recruiter will reject your resume when there is no cover letter with it. So a well-drafted cover letter is essential for getting a good job in any of the recognized organization.
Now let us move further to know how the cover letter is constructed and the benefits of cover letter. A cover letter acts as a connection between the recruiter and the job seeker. The main aim of the cover letter is to highlight your credentials in a positive manner. Whenever you are drafting the cover letter, make sure that it is short and precise with appropriate information. The cover letter should also have a professional and attractive outlook, so that the recruiter may be impressed with its first look. The most important aspect of the cover letter is that, it should have correct sentence structure and be grammatically correct. Now moving forward, let us see the structure of drafting a cover letter. Usually, the cover letter starts with the detailed information of the job seeker, followed by the date on which you are sending the cover letter. Mention the details of the employer or the recruiter. Then comes the subject of the cover letter i.e. the objective for writing the cover letter. After that, the main body of the cover letter where you need to mention the job responsibilities in your previous and present companies your professional experience, personal details, educational qualifications, skill set, achievements, internship, extra-curricular activities, etc. At the end of the cover letter, put your name along with the signature. Do not forget to attach the resume and the other related documents with the cover letter.
Medical Manager Cover Letter
Kevin M. Grant,
3374 Stutler Lane,
Erie, PA 16505,
Date: October 21, 2011
Mr. Lawrence M. Chartier,
North Colorado Medical Center,
4854 Washburn Street,
Baton Rouge, LA 70801.
Subject: Application for the post of medical manager
Reference: Advertisement in the Times Newspaper, dated October 19, 2011
Dear Mr. Chartier,
I found your advertisement in the Times newspaper, dated October 19, 2011, about the vacancy for the medical manager position in your esteemed organization. I am confident that my knowledge, abilities and experience will closely match your requirements. I am interested in pursuing the possibility of employment, and hence I am enclosing herewith my updated resume for your consideration.
Currently I am holding the post of a Medical Case Manager at Precise Solution Medical Center, where I work with medical providers and suggest cost effective treatment alternatives, develop medical management strategy and give the provider information necessary to facilitate a return to work plan on claims requiring disability management, proactively manage the medical expenses by partnering with specialty resources to achieve appropriate claim outcomes, etc. I have acquired oral and written communication skill and have extensive knowledge of medical causation and relatedness and use of medical treatment protocols.
Thanks for your time and consideration. I will call you next week to determine if you are interested in discussing this matter further and, if appropriate, to arrange a meeting with you. I look forward to a positive reply.
Kevin M. Grant,
2) Scan copy of the relevant certificates
This is an example of medical manager cover letter that will give you more clear idea of how to draft your own cover letter for the position of medical manager.