I believe that this experience has contributed to my development as a strong candidate for the nursing job at Roberts & Sloan.
If possible, try to address the hiring manager by name (for example, “Dear Mr. Cooper”). If you are not able to find the hiring manager’s name, then “To the Hiring Manager” will do.
During your job search for a registered nurse position, you will need to write a number of cover letters. Career experts recommend including a professional nursing resume and cover letter with each new job application. While your resume is the meat of your application, can help you get noticed by the hiring manager, and further elaborate on how you can benefit the organization you’re applying to. Tailor your cover letter to each job posting that you apply to by using keywords and skills.
Hiring managers do not have time to read long letters, so make sure yours is short and sweet. Keep the letter under a page. You can use ResumeHelp’s Cover Letter Builder for more cover letter tips and help with cover letter format.
If you do not have a lot of work experience, then stress your skills, training and any related experiences and accomplishments. If you have volunteer experience, then include that in your cover letter. You may have experience in healthcare even as a new grad. Your academic or internship experience can also help you present yourself in the best possible light. Create the perfect cover letter by relating your experiences to the job posting.